Thursday, October 15, 2009

Healing all around you Nicholas Culpeper

Healing all around you.

I would like to reveal to you a great truth, that your healing is all around you. God has not abandoned you, He has created a wonderful world full of herbs and plants which can and will heal every disease known to man. But you must believe by faith that He has done this.
Today, people are being abandoned and failed by the so-called medical profession. People are told to take medicine today and that these medicines will eventually kill them, there are warnings on every medical drug that is prescribed today.
There is a safe and sure way for you to receive your healing. I would like to reveal to you the name of a very special Herbalist, named Nicholas Culpeper. Read his book Culpeper’s Complete Herbal , and you will surely discover the healing plants and herbs that Jesus provided for you.

When you decide to use God’s herbs to heal yourself you must grow your own herbs and not get them from so-called health herb shops for they really contain very little or none at all of the herb that you need. You will never know the healing power of these herbs if you buy them from health shops, I state again, grow your own.

Most of the herbs that you need to heal yourself can also be found in the fields and meadows around where you live. Walking and discovering these herbs alone will bring new vigor and health to your body.

.The Doctrine of Signatures is an old Christian truth that plants (as well as animals and minerals have clues or *signatures* in their shapes and forms and actions and things that tell what their purposes are.

The Doctrine of Signatures as above – so below

Modern botanists are as rejecting of the Doctrine of Signatures as modern doctors are of the healing properties of herbs,

because they want to make financial gain from you, today people are being harvested by being given expensive drugs and thus

being ripped off and their health being ruined. We surely live in bad times, so lets get back to God’s natural way of doing things.


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