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12/04/2023 - Today it has been 42 years since my resignation as pastor of the church in Las Cruces. This was a... Read More
12/01/2023 - In the Old Testament types and shadows of greater things to come, most Christians today seem to mi... Read More
11/30/2023 - On November 29, 2000, we were led to prophetically overthrow the earthly Jerusalem, and the next d... Read More
Here is an interesting article comparing the health of vaccinated children with those who are not vaccinated.
“Multiple studies outside the U.S. continue to demonstrate unvaccinated children are healthier than vaccinated children. According to a resurrected study from the 1990s, vaccinated children were more likely to suffer from asthma, eczema, ear infections, hyperactivity and many other chronic conditions than unvaccinated children….
“In a separate project in 2011, German researchers carried out a longitudinal study that surveyed 8,000 unvaccinated children from the ages of 0 – 19. As was the case with the New Zealand study, the researchers obtained their data by collecting survey questionnaires.
“The results of the study showed that vaccinated children were five times more likely to suffer from various diseases and disorders than unvaccinated children. They then compared their results to another German study, which involved a larger group including 17,461 participants between the ages of 0 –17.”
Dr. Stephen Jones has been writing blog posts since 2005 on a variety of topics from Bible Studies to World News, and he has been writing books since 1992. Dr. Jones' most important writings came after God brought him back into the full-time ministry in 1991. It is here that all his earlier years of searching the Scriptures began to come into clear focus. He combines a knowledge of the Old and New Testaments with a personal revelation of God that began and developed during the "wilderness" period of his life, which he often refers to as God's True Bible College... Read More
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