January 23, 2017

3 Ways That God Heals Us

By Scott Saunders, M.D.

Cecilia came limping into my office with left knee pain. I examined her knee and found nothing wrong with it, but ordered an x-ray anyway. The report came back showing a normal x-ray of the knee, but a bone lesion was seen just above the knee in the femur. Several tests later proved devastating. She had a bone cancer that was almost always fatal. The surgeon recommended they take her entire leg off at the hip joint – and then start whole-body radiation and chemotherapy. She declined and left the office.

Three months later I noticed she was on the schedule and I was expecting to find a woman with cancer, but I was very surprised when I opened the door. She had both of her legs. She was walking normally, not even a slight limp. I did an exam and found no mass in her leg. I inquired as to what she did.

“When I left your office, I went to Mexico to my family and we had a prayer circle. We fasted and prayed. As soon as it was done I knew I would get better. The next day the knee didn’t hurt me anymore, and I have had no pain since.” Of course, I was very curious to see what her bone looked like so I asked if we could just do an x-ray, but she declined. “I just wanted to let you know I was alright.” She left, and I haven’t seen her since.

This wasn’t my first exposure to a person being healed by the Lord, but it was the most dramatic. The Lord heals all illnesses and all wounds, but we need to have His vision. While we see the healing of the physical body, the Lord cares more about the heart. Each illness, and each healing are given to help us learn and grow, and, ultimately, to heal our hearts.

There are three ways in which God heals us:

  1. Instant healing of body and spirit.
  2. Using the knowledge of the world.
  3. We must wait.

Though all three are miracles, the only the first type, like Cecilia, are generally considered miraculous. Because we have to do something, we often consider the second to be our own efforts, even denying the hand of God. The third is the biggest challenge we have to overcome, but is likely the most important means of changing hearts. Each is a gift from God that requires faith.

The Faith to be Healed

Cecilia had faith to be healed. We have many examples of people healed of terrible illnesses through the power of prayer and faith. Peter would walk down the street and people would be healed by just his shadow falling on them. (Acts 5:15-16)

The Gospel of St. John tells of Jesus spitting on the ground to make mud, applying it to the eyes of a blind man who then washed it off and was healed. (John 9:6-7)

Do shadows heal? Was it the mud? Was it minerals in the dirt? Was it the saliva of the Lord? No, it’s none of these. Those Jesus healed were told, “Thy faith hath made thee whole.” (KJV Luke 17:19) He gave the credit for the cure to those who were healed. It wasn’t just that He had the power to heal them, but also because they had faith in Him that they were healed. God works among His children according to their faith.

Faith is not just belief; it starts with belief, but grows with evidence. Thus, faith is the beginning step to all truth. Click to Tweet.

Elijah had faith that the Lord would answer him when he proposed a contest with the priests of Baal. He taunted them as they begged their god to burn up their sacrifice. Then, he had his own inundated with water, lest anyone think there could be any trickery, and prayed while fire came down from Heaven. His faith was in the one true God, whereas their god wasn’t true. The priests of Baal had belief, but lacked evidence, whereas Elijah gave the Children of Israel evidence of the true God.

faith and chinese language learningThose who believe begin to gather evidence for God, and learn who He is. They learn to communicate through prayer and the Spirit. They recognize His voice, and can distinguish it from the voice of man or Satan.

It is a learning process like any other. If you want to talk to Chinese people you have to take the time to learn Chinese. It is a process that requires a great deal of effort, and will not happen just because you show up in China. Faith is like that, we need to learn the “language of the Spirit” over time in order to understand the will of God. Suddenly needing God does not suddenly give us faith, nor does just showing up in church.

Sometimes all it takes is faith to simply ask. Surprisingly, many don’t turn to the Lord and ask for healing.

When the Children of Israel were wandering in the wilderness, poisonous snakes came and bit them, and many were dying. Moses went to the Lord and was told to make a brass serpent up on a pole. Any who were bitten needed only to look up at the brass serpent on the pole, which represented Christ, and they would be healed. However, many died because they didn’t believe – they just didn’t look! Thus, many are not healed today because they don’t even have the small amount of faith to ask.

“Jesus answered and said unto them, Verily I say unto you, If ye have faith, and doubt not… all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.” Matthew 21:21-22

Faith in what God has Provided

Faith is more than believing God will give us what we want, it is the ability to know and do His will. Click to Tweet.

When we pray for healing, God often answers our prayers in ways we don’t expect. If we have faith, we will be able to recognize the voice of the Lord, and receive the gift we desire.

One patient, I don’t remember her name, was vehemently against having chemotherapy for cancer, “I’m never going to take those poisons!” she exclaimed. She was sure God would heal her. Well, events happened as she got worse and her family prevailed upon her to do the chemo – and she got better! We must be willing to use the tools God has prepared for us if we want to demonstrate our faith in Him.

The story is told of a man caught in a flood. As the flood waters rose, the man had to go up to his roof. The water was getting higher so he prayed to God for deliverance. A boat came by, but the man said he was sure God would save him so the boat went on to rescue others. The waters rose more and finally a helicopter came along, but the man waved it on because he was sure God would save him. The waters rose more, he was washed off the roof and drowned.

I had a very similar experience with a woman of faith who was sure God would heal her diabetes. We did some tests and found that with some changes in her eating and exercise, along with some herbs and nutrients she could gain control of her diabetes without insulin. She rejected the program I recommended and to this day is still using insulin.

If we were to catch pneumonia, treatments are readily available so it isn’t reasonable for us to forego such treatment and expect a miraculous recovery. God gives the knowledge we have, and if it is found on the Earth, then we may be expected to find what is already known.

Society grows with more knowledge and understanding over time. Part of this growth is information dispensed from God that helps us to live better.

Only a couple hundred years ago people were treated with all sorts of crazy concoctions, potions, and procedures. George Washington was arguably killed by his own physicians who drained his blood as he lay sick. Old-time treatments for scurvy, which is now easily cured by eating an orange, included mercury, alcohol, barley water, tar water, and burying up to the neck in hot sand (none of which improved the illness, and often made it worse).

Now, we have much more knowledge about the functions of the body, and how to treat and cure illness. Indeed, in spite of the retro patent medicine cartel, doctors can make the blind see, the lame walk, and the deaf hear.

Sometimes, the faith to be healed is found in trusting that God will guide us to a mere mortal who knows how to diagnose and treat our particular illness. Click to Tweet.

The Faith to NOT be Healed[am4show guest_error=’noaccess’]

Again, when we have faith, it is not in our own desires, but rather in the will of God. The purpose of prayer is not always to ask God to give us what we want, but often to ask to know His will for us in our lives. The Apostle Paul is a good example:

“And lest I should be exalted above measure through the abundance of the revelations, there was given to me a thorn in the flesh, the messenger of Satan to buffet me, lest I should be exalted above measure.

For this thing I besought the Lord thrice, that it might depart from me.

And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me.

Therefore I take pleasure in infirmities, in reproaches, in necessities, in persecutions, in distresses for Christ’s sake: for when I am weak, then am I strong.”  2 Corinthians 12:7-10 (KJV)

The answer came not as Paul desired, but as the Lord willed. Paul, then, submitted to the will of the Lord, kept his “thorn in the flesh” and gloried in it.

Why we are not always healed from all our infirmities.

Our purpose in life is to experience the highs and the lows as we learn and grow through experience. Our hearts are changed gradually as we face life. Paul was given a weakness to keep him humble. There are many other reasons for not being healed.

I acquired a medical practice of an alternative medical doctor who had pancreatic cancer. He did all the treatments he recommended to others, but gradually declined. One day, while I was at his house signing papers he said, “Cancer has been the greatest blessing to me!” Of course, I was curious – he had my full attention! He continued, “Over the last couple of years I have been able to say goodbye to my children, make amends, tie up loose ends, make sure my wife is taken care of, and now I have the peace of knowing my patients are in good hands – what a blessing! If I had died suddenly of a heart attack or something there would have been a lot of unfinished business left behind for others to worry about.” After battling cancer for over two years, he died less than a month later.

On Death and Dying

expiration dateEileen had lung cancer filling one lung and wrapped around the blood vessels of the heart. The surgeons couldn’t operate on it so they gave her three months to live. She came to see us for alternative treatments because, as she gruffly put it, “There ain’t no expiration date stamped on my [bottom], and they can’t put one there!” We started a treatment program and two years later she was still working in East LA as a juvenile parole officer. The tumor in her lung shrunk down, but several years later she got multiple tumors in her brain and died.

Because I have over sixty patients in a nursing home, I am often asked to give an expected date of demise. In order to begin a hospice program, for example, a patient has to have a certified life expectancy of less than six months. However, one of the most surprising things about taking care of sick people is the seeming randomness to healing. Some people we think should pull through from minor illnesses die, while others that aren’t expected to last a day continue on for years.

Death is not random or arbitrary, God has perfect timing. After many years of working with me, one of my office assistants said,

“I think lifestyle improvements don’t determine how long we live so much as how well we live.” Click to Tweet.

I agree; because of my experience with illness I am convinced that our days are numbered. No matter the age at death there are no mistakes. I have seen many people who are bitter and angry at God because of the death of a child, spouse, or loved one. Some said that they prayed with much faith for God to heal them, but He didn’t, and they completely lose their faith, while others come to know that it is the will of God and find acceptance and peace.

Healing the Heart

lifestyle improvementsThe purpose of prayer is to come to understand the will of God. When we fast and pray because we, or a loved one, or even a stranger is sick, we are seeking to know His will. If we come to understand that He desires the person to be healed, we can put our faith and trust that it will be so. If the Lord tells us that the person needs to seek knowledge He has already dispensed to man, we can exercise faith in learning these things. However, if we understand by the Spirit that healing is not to come, then we also show our faith by accepting His will, and, like Paul, having patience and trust in Him.

The big picture, whether or not we are healed, is to do the work of the Lord in the salvation of His children. When Jesus and His disciples came upon a man born blind, “His disciples asked him, saying, Master, who did sin, this man, or his parents, that he was born blind? Jesus answered, Neither hath this man sinned, nor his parents: but that the works of God should be made manifest in him. (KJV John 9:2-3) The man was healed and went on to be a powerful witness for the Lord.

The fact is, no matter what happens to us in this life, if we are faithful we are all ultimately healed. Our time on Earth is brief, whether we live for a day or a hundred years. Some must live with infirmities, others will be miraculously and suddenly healed, while still others will need to use the tools and knowledge God has given to man. No matter which, in the end it is all for our knowledge, understanding and growth that we experience these things.

God really is over all. There is a plan. He knows all things. He has all power.

All healing comes from God, and there is no healing that doesn’t come from Him. Click to Tweet.

While we look on the outward appearance of things, God looks on the heart. (1 Samuel 16:7) Ultimately, His purpose is to heal our hearts – which is the real miracle!

All who demonstrate their faith by seeking restoration, and are willing to put their trust in Him are healed – miraculously.



Dr. Scott SaundersDr. Scott D. Saunders, M.D. (Ask-an-MD) is a practicing physician, specializing in preventative health care, who utilizes eclectic health care for the whole family, including conventional, orthomolecular and natural medicine. He is also the medical director of The Integrative Medical Center of Santa Barbara in Lompoc, CA. He went to UCLA medical school and is board certified in family medicine. View natural remedies with Dr. Saunders at: http://drsaundersmd.com










Faith to See Your Healing

by Michael Tyrrell

I Called To You For Help, And You Healed Me (Psalm 30:2)

This month’s topic, Spiritual Healing, couldn’t have come at a better time. I’ve been busy the last few months writing a book on healing, Wholetones: The Sound Of Healing. Not only did I write a book, but I also recorded a 7-disk healing frequency music project to go with the book! It is over 2½ hours of music designed to provide the perfect sonic environment for spontaneous healing in the body. This project is one of a kind! Barton Publishing will give you priority to order when it is first released.

As I write this article, I am pondering the ethics of leading pharmaceutical companies. They are producing well-made television commercials about a myriad of medications. This onslaught of media suggests these medications bring relief for everything from arthritis to impotence. What alarms me is the side-effects of the pharmaceutical drugs are often far worse than the condition itself!

It seems strange to me that in an era of medical and technical breakthroughs, Big Pharma fails to produce a drug without life-threatening side-effects.

What makes a bad situation worse is that large law firms pay for television commercials announcing class action suits against these same pharmaceutical companies that leave Americans unprotected from deadly and torturous side-effects of pharmaceutical drugs. Now, even the Supreme Court is ruling that drugs are exempt from legal liability. (1)

So, let me ask a question. If these pharmaceutical companies have truly performed the exhaustive clinical trials they claim, then why are we seeing so many lawsuits 3 to 7 years after a tragic drug hits the market? The answer is harder to swallow than their pills!

These outrageously wealthy drug companies make so much money during their launch of a medication that by the time a percentage of the consumers are impaired, they can easily settle the law suits leveled against them and STILL make a huge profit on the medication… even IF they are forced to take it off the market.

But with a Supreme Court ruling, if the FDA says a drug is safe, that takes precedent over actual facts, real victims and any and all adverse reactions. This makes Big Pharma exempt from liability for side effects, mislabeling or virtually any other negative reactions caused by their drugs. (2)

healing vs medicatingRemember in the business world it is about the bottom line and profitability, first and foremost.

True Healing

I want to make two very important points before we examine spiritual healing.

  1. There is an obvious difference between healing and medicating.
  2. Human beings are not born with a drug deficiency.

Healing means becoming sound or healthy again; to be restored. Medicating means to administer drugs. Click to Tweet.

When someone is healed, his or her sickness is GONE. But when someone medicates, they only feel relief as long as they take their medication. Do we really believe that man-made, synthetic drugs are necessary for our survival?

The following story from the Bible perfectly illustrates my point.

And a woman was there who had been subject to bleeding for twelve years. She had suffered a great deal under the care of many doctors and had spent all she had yet instead of getting better she grew worse. When she heard about Jesus, she came up behind him in the crowd and touched his cloak, because she thought, ‘If I just touch his clothes, I will be healed.’ Immediately her bleeding stopped and she felt in her body that she was freed from her suffering.

At once Jesus realized that power had gone out from him. He turned around in the crowd and asked, “Who touched my clothes?”

“You see the people crowding against you,” his disciples answered, “and yet you can ask, ‘Who touched me?’ ”

But Jesus kept looking around to see who had done it.

Then the woman, knowing what had happened to her, came and fell at his feet and, trembling with fear, told him the whole truth. He said to her, “Daughter, your faith has healed you. Go in peace and be freed from your suffering.” Mark 5: 25-34

The secret to healing hinges on one word, FAITH. Faith is far more than merely thinking. Faith is an unshakable belief that one acts upon without seeing any evidence beforehand.

“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” Hebrews 11:1

faithThe difference between thinking and believing is knowing. When you act upon what you know before you see it, you have walked in faith!

Here is an example. When a child has a wart, a doctor will often give the child a wooden tongue depressor and tell them it is a “wart stick.” If they hold the stick on the wart for a couple of days, then the wart will disappear. Usually, it does! The reason that the wart stick works is because the child believes it will, and that is childlike faith in action.

The same holds true in clinical trials; a participant receives a placebo and believes it is a powerful medication. The placebo (sugar pill) is historically from 15 to 72% effective and often outperforms the actual medication![1]

If you will allow me, I can help you move beyond the misunderstanding surrounding childlike faith so you can personally experience true spiritual healing.

Heart of Healing

You see, the heart and the head operate independently. Belief is a product of the heart. Thought is a product of the head (mind).

Infants and young children believe wholeheartedly what they are told is an absolute. (Their minds are not reasoning from past experiences or calculated thought processes.) In turn, they trust that what their parents or authority figures tell them is the truth. They simply believe it.

As these children grow and begin to base their “truth” upon personal experience and reason, “reality” begins to trump what they once believed in their heart.

When you were young, how many of you believed Santa would make a house call on Christmas Eve? You believed beyond a shadow of a doubt that a white haired, bearded man in a red suit would leave a pile of gifts under your Christmas tree. You probably believed in Santa until some older kid told you that “Santa” was your parents. Then, it was devastating when you hid in the closet and watched Mom and Dad put the gifts under the tree, drink the milk and take a bite out of the cookies. It wasn’t your mind that was offended; it was your heart that was broken. You probably felt foolish for believing in the first place.

Unbelief is the nemesis of faith. Once you become an unbeliever, you will only believe something if you see it first because your mind is now running the show.

I will never be an unbeliever. I will never forget the life altering divine spiritual healings that I have received from the Hand of God. Here are just a couple true stories I would like to share.

Documented Spiritual Healing

no more glasses by flickr Taylor SloanIn my first year of junior high school I attended a private Christian school. It was in another city so I had a long ride on the school bus every day. I had very poor eyesight, so I wore glasses. I despised them because they made me look goofy. (Designer shades they weren’t!) To add insult to injury, even with corrective lens I could only see the blackboard if my desk was just a few feet away from the teacher’s desk.

One day on my bus ride home, I opened the window and said aloud, “You are God. You can certainly heal my eyes!” and I threw my glasses out the window. I was INSTANTLY healed! I have 20/20 vision to this day and I am 54 years old.

I am not suggesting that you throw your glasses, hearing aid, or oxygen tank away. But I am urging you to trust God. He may choose to heal you!

While touring with the Christian band Mylon Lefevre and Broken Heart in 1986, the driver taking me to a music store hit a parked car. My head went through the windshield of his car because we did not have seatbelts. When I came to, I was strapped down in an ambulance and my neck was in a brace. A wonderful female emergency technician told me what had happened.

When I arrived at the hospital, nurses worked to remove debris from my leg and arm and placed a stabilizing cage around my neck. While I was laying on the gurney, a wonderful Baptist minister sat next to me and began reading me passages from the Book of Psalms.

Suddenly, a rude nurse approached and said, “Your neck is broken and you may not walk again.”

True righteous indignation arose in me and I blurted out, “Either I will walk out of here in three days or you will carry me out in a body bag, Lady. God has plenty for me to do on my feet!”

Then the nurse called for a doctor and said, “He’s in shock. Give him a sedative.”

I told the doctor, “I don’t need a sedative. I am at peace. God will heal me.” And the doctor walked away.

One thing that was frustrating is that I could not move my arms or legs. I had no feeling below my waist so when they took me to x-ray they had to move me around on a board to get the position they needed for the films.

A couple of hours later the band showed up and told me they were leaving for the next gig because I was going to be in the hospital for awhile. They forgot to bring my bags so all I had were the bloody clothes I had on when I got to the hospital.

Later that evening, the surgeon on call came into my room to explain the x-rays. When I saw the film it was shocking! My C4 and C5 vertebrae were destroyed! The surgeon was kind but firm, informing me that I would no longer have use of my legs. They had contacted a renowned neck surgeon from New York who was flying in to see if anything could be done for me.

It was amazing that with all the evidence presented and no feeling in my limbs, I kept seeing myself running and jumping. I knew that I would be healed! I didn’t accept ANY other alternative!

Meanwhile, my fiancé and my mom had hundreds of people praying for me. Thanks to their prayers, I felt God’s presence every minute, though there was no one in my room. Not once did I feel alone.

Sometime in the middle of the night I felt an overwhelming burning sensation that started in my neck and went through my entire body. It was as if I had been literally set ablaze; I thought I was dreaming.

When a nurse woke me up in the morning to take my temperature, she informed me that the surgeon from New York ordered more x-rays. About an hour after the second set of x-ray films, a very kind man walked into my room and was visibly shaken. The man introduced himself and said in all his years of practice he had never seen anything like what he was about to show me.

The renowned surgeon put my x-rays on the screen from when I was first admitted. He showed me the destruction of my C4 and C5 vertebrae. Then he took those x-rays down and put up the x-rays he ordered when he arrived. I was floored! In place of my disintegrated C4 and C5 vertebrae, there were brand-new, perfect C4 and C5 vertebrae!!!

The surgeon went on to say that he was an orthodox Jewish man. Although he does not believe in miracles, he cannot explain how this occurred. What he said next was mind-boggling.

“I see no reason why you should not be able to move your neck or have feeling in your extremities.”

Suddenly, I moved my neck, my fingers and my feet. Up until that moment, I had no sensation, whatsoever! The surgeon smiled, touched my arm and left!

That burning sensation I felt the night before was the touch of God. That, my friends, is a perfect example of healing!

Now the plot thickens! Meanwhile, my fiancé, Lillian, and her friend Leanne were in route to the hospital. Lillian told me later that on the drive to the hospital they were numb and quiet on the trip. When they were about 45 minutes away, they suddenly looked at each other and said, “Oh my God! He is healed!” and joy filled their vehicle.

At approximately the same time, I disconnected my leg sling and neck cage and crawled out of bed. I pulled myself up using a chair and walked into the shower!!!

When Lillian and Leanne got to my hospital room, they heard water running and saw an empty bed. Lillian called out, “Honey, are you in the shower?” I said, “Yes.” Then she asked, “Are you healed?” and I replied, “Yes! I am!”

When I hobbled out of the bathroom I cannot tell you what I felt when I saw Lillian and Leanne. We were completely amazed at what God had done!

They brought me a wheelchair to get me into the elevator because I had stitches in my leg. When the elevator door opened, the rude nurse that told me I wouldn’t walk again was standing right in front of me. I got out of the wheelchair, walked up to her and said, “I told you so!” and had her cut off my hospital bracelet!

You see, friend…NOTHING is impossible to those who believe. What he did for me, God CAN do for you, as He is no respecter of persons.

Spiritual healing is a byproduct of unwavering childlike faith. It is YOUR faith in GOD’S ABILITY that makes you whole…period.

Like the psalmist in Psalm 30:2,

“Lord, MY God, I called to YOU for help, and You healed me.”

Do NOT doubt. ONLY believe. Call out to Him right now.

There is so much more I want to share with you on this subject…not theories but documented divine spiritual healing.

It is my prayer that when Barton Publishing releases my book and CDs, Wholetones: The Sound Of Healing, that you and you loved ones will experience spontaneous divine healing, just as I have.

Faith moves mountains and it also heals the sick.


Michael TyrrellMichael Tyrrell, www.michaeltyrrell.com is the founder of the Network Center Inc., a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2001 which works as an advisory agency to local churches, faith-based ministries, Para-church ministries, schools, home fellowships and music ministries in connection with their outreach ministries or missions based activities.  Michael has been committed to training their key leaders and members to deliver the message of their Christian faith in order to reach the lost, the disenfranchised, the sick and the hurting through the organic roots of the Christian faith and other areas as needs arise.  Michael has been in full-time ministry for the last 27 years and is a writer music producer and well-known musician.


(1) http://www.whiteoutpress.com/articles/q32013/supreme-court-rules-drug-companies-exempt-from-lawsuits/
(2) Faith Brynie, PhD, “The Placebo Effect: How it Works,” Psychology Today, January 10, 2012, http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/brain-sense/201201/the-placebo-effect-how-it-works.





Smoke And Mirrors

Christmas in Florida by Flickr Gregory J. Urbano

Greetings from sunny Florida, where it is currently a lovely 72 degrees, Fahrenheit! There is something to be said about living in a state where instead of wearing sweaters and coats at Christmas, you are sweating and coating yourself with sunscreen. 🙂

Oh, and before I forget, Happy New Year! January 1st is traditionally a time to make (and often break!) a “new year” resolution. The word “resolution” simply means, “A firm, unwavering decision.” Health clubs and personal trainers know that they will have a bevy of ninety day disciples come January, complete with good intentions and bulging holiday bellies. Unfortunately, like clockwork, dreams of  “6 pack” abs and “buns of steel” soon become “6 packs” of beer and “buns of oatmeal.”

Human beings are notoriously creatures of habit, which leads me to this month’s topic, “How To Quit Smoking.” Before I proceed, let me share this disclaimer: I am a minister, not a doctor or a licensed nutritionist. Each month, this Home Cures That Work publication, offers its readers a variety of articles written by authors who focus on their area of expertise. My modality of healing is predominantly spiritual. However, in no way am I undermining the importance of doctors, psychologists or nutritionists. Though we may see through different lenses, we are all looking for the same result, a healthier more vibrant… you!

It is estimated that 26 million men (25%) and 23 million women (21%) in America smoke. Considering those numbers, few would argue that cigarette smoking is a powerful addiction. If you Google “stop smoking” a multitude of sites pop up, each with a bold promise of instant freedom from your smoking addiction.

What they do not tell you is their success rate! Why? Because a smoker can “quit” the habit on Monday and be chain smoking again by Friday! It is my prayer that this article will help you leave your addiction in the rear view mirror, for good.

In order to get free from this addiction, you must have an open mind, so open in fact, that truth can walk in right now and delete all of the misconceptions you have filed away in your mind concerning your smoking addiction. By the way, I know a little bit about addiction. In fact, in the next few months, I will be sharing how this former crack addict was set free, literally over night!

Divine by Design

Before you can understand your smoking addiction, you must first understand

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