There is nothing wrong in healthy eating and rightfully so. We do need to watch what we eat.
The scriptures tell us to glorify God in our body (1 Corinthians 6; 15). Part of glorifying God in our body will include taking care of our bodies which will include our diet.
However; it takes more than a healthy diet to walk in divine health.
Most of us are familiar with the account in the bible, when God brought out the children of Israel from the land of Egypt having been slaves for almost 400 years.
While there are many things we can learn from this account and many lessons, let’s have a look at what happened when the children of Israel got to the Red Sea.
While doing an online course about a particular area in public health, one of the strategies for improvement was making the solutions “easy to access” to all.
To achieve these, one recommendation was to allow community trained staff, and lower staff down the medical field to be trained to enable them to administer the remedy. That way the public do not always have to wait for a specialist in the medical field which indirectly will make it is easier for all to get the help when required. Isn’t that a sensible strategy?
Heavens agenda in any situation is several steps up higher than what we are thinking. Kevin Zadai.