Happy New Year with Hope!
It’s been a while since you’ve heard from me. I have been
taking a deep, long rest. Not by design, mind you, but when I
started slowing down after closing my office I kept slowing down
until I stopped. It felt good, but weird not to write, speak, or
research health issues.
The message I bring today is one of hope. On the surface of society
right now there is little if any messages of hope, but rest assured
it is not only alive and well but growing. Many things are
changing, and that newness can feel unsettling.
Hope is not based on feelings, though, it is based on Truth and
that is always secure. Truth is:
• Jesus is still empowering people with his omniscient,
omnipresent, omnipotent love.
• Evil is losing in leaps and bounds.
• People are learning what is making them sick and enslaved.
• Longstanding wars like North Korea are ending.
These kinds of developments give us the fuel to expect good in the
future, not evil and that is the quintessence of hope.
Another example comes from the health industry. I recently read an
article on Mercola’s site stating cancer is not genetically
determined but metabolically triggered by mitochondrial damage.
Wow! That is a huge paradigm shift. My entire medical career has
been filled with the message “genetics determine our health;” now
we understand genes do not write our destiny; our ability to heal
through good nutrition is. Hmm, sounds familiar…like I’ve said that
before…like 1000 times. Hope, my dear friends, hope is in the air
like it hasn’t been in a long time.
Many long held, yet wrong mindsets, are coming down so life feels
uncertain. Uncertainty can be a good thing because under all that
change is Truth that you can trust, build, and rest upon. Although
2019 will bring many more changes remember they are moving humanity
towards trustworthy Truth.
I can think of no better way to fuel our hope.
p.s. I will be resuming
speaking at Natural Grocers in Billings, MT and recording Dr. Jane
episodes on Bitchute in 2019. Stay tuned for dates and times.