I want you to touch somebody and tell that person, “Get ready for a blessing.” We continue our series on What Matters Most and today we are going to be talking about health, about Fitness.   And maybe the question that is in your mind is:

Why would The Feast, a spiritual community, talk about health? I mean Why?

And my answer is: Why not?

You know, Everybody, say this with me: Everything is connected.

People ask me, “Bro. Bo, how can you continue to do all that you do?

You know, you’re very busy, as in the Ministry, you’re busy also with your businesses, you try to be the best husband, you try to be the best father—you do all sorts of things. How do you do all that you do?

And I respect those three words: This is my answer: Everything is connected.

My spiritual life is the foundation of all that I do. But you know what?

My relationships are interconnected. And the reason I’m successful in other areas of my life is my relationships are working well. At least I try my best that they work well.

But my physical health is also a close cousin. It’s like a foundation. When

I nourish my body, when I get enough sleep, when I drink enough water, when I get enough sunlight, when I move and I exercise—you know, all of those have ripple effect. My physical health ripples toward my spiritual life, my ministry life, my business.

One more time, Everybody, say, Everything is connected.

And when you read Scripture, you’ll see one of the things that just pops, so strongly and beautifully, is that there is no dichotomy, there is no separation, there is no division between the body and the soul. The perspective of Scripture is that body and soul are one—in fact.

Your Body Is Not Bad

One of the misconceptions that we need to correct – in our expectation, in our mindset, and in our perspective—is that when we die, we will be like Casper, the friendly ghost.

And that we will be ghosts in Heaven.

But if you read Scripture, you find that we will actually have a body. And it will be a glorified version of this. It will be perfected, glorified.

You will have a body. You know, a body is not evil. The body that you have now is not bad.

It is not evil. It was made by God. And we need to take care of it. We need to love it and nurture it so that we can love Him more and serve others more. No, it’s not our priority. No, we do not worship our body.

We worship God alone. But this body is a servant that serves God. And so, as we listen to this talk today, I pray that you open your heart and I pray na sana batukan ka ng Panginoon—I pray got will hit you on the head J– if you are not loving your body.

This morning, I was shaving and then I shaved my favorite mole and it bled profusely. And you know what I did?

I said, “Oh, I’m sorry, my body. I’m sorry.”

I’m strange. I talk to my body. When I wake up in the morning, I say, “Thank you, body. Thank you.”

And I say, “Thank You, Lord, for giving me a body.”

Some people, they hate their body. Today, we’re going to talk about your relationship with your body. How? Do you love your body? Do you feel good about your body?

It’s like a whole gamut, it’s a whole range—There are people who are disgusted with their body. They feel that they’re ugly and they’re defective, and so they hate their body. And I pray that God will redeem you from that. That you realize you are beautiful.

I love Fr. Chris—the way he ended the Mass: “You are special.” Everybody, put your hand over your chest and say, “I am special.” Everybody, say, “My body is beautiful.”

Tell somebody beside you, “You’re gorgeous.”

You are. My gosh, you are exquisitely, amazingly one-of-a-kind beautiful. Your fingerprint is not the only thing that’s unique. It’s who you are. You’re amazing.

Listen to Your Body

And then there are people who move a bit to this whole range– where you’re not disgusted with your body but you’re annoyed. You’re annoyed. You know, every time you look at your body, you’re like, “Yuck, why are you like that?”

You know, there’s this irritation. No. I hope you get healed from that and that you move through the range.

And there are people who are not annoyed but they’re indifferent. They’re indifferent. They don’t have a relationship with their body.

I pray that you move a bit to the range where you’re grateful for your body. You’re grateful. Thank God.

You know, 24 hours a day, my heart is pumping, 24 hours a day, my digestive system, my endocrine system, my skeletal system, my excretory system– everything is working. I can see, I can hear. Thank you, thank you, body. Thank you, Lord. And then aside from thanking, you’re listening to your body. You’re listening when you feel tired.

Your body is saying, “May you please rest a bit?”

You know, when you have a stiff neck, when you have back pain, your body is saying, “Are you holding unto pain and worry, and fear? You need to let go!”

Sometimes, your body will shout the messages that your soul, your mind, your emotions are trying to tell you. But they cannot. And so, because you do not hear their whispers, your body will shout through disease, sickness.

Be thankful for your body. And listen to your body. And care for your body.

You have only one. When that fails, you cannot love God and love others.

Care for your body—tenderly, compassionately. I’m so excited for this talk. And this is a man all these years he heals people, he cures—as doctor. But his perspective is holistic medicine. He’s a dear friend.

In 2021, I had severe Coronavirus Disease (COVID), and 14 persons in my family compound had COVID. No vaccine at that time. Hospitals were flooded with the sick.

Then, he knocks on the door, wearing a mask, and slippers. And he comes in… You know, he has two kids. My wife, when she saw him, she just cries, bawls.

She says, “Don’t come in. You’ve got two small kids. Mayi (his wife) will kill me.”

But the good doctor just goes in a compound of 14 COVID patients. And he heals me, cares for me.

This is the doctor who will preach to you today. Please welcome Dr. Didoy Lubaton.

Reality Check

BRO. DR. DIDOY LUBATON: Thank you, Bro. Bo.

How’s Everybody? My one big message for today is this:

Here’s the reality: Today is a lot of reality checks. But also, a check: That God has created us beautifully. It’s another check.

This is a reality check: The level of your fitness determines your life experience.

You have two legs, two feet. You are created to walk. But when your legs fail you, when your legs don’t work like they used to, the experience is hard. Mobility is hard. Therefore, the choices for you and your family where to go become different.

That’s just one example. Yes.

Once you have a high HBA 1C and FBS— if it’s high sugar already– then the level of experience makes a lot of difference. The choices are limited.

What I’m trying to say to you today is yes, your fitness is part of what matters most. You don’t let you lose you. Let me give you an illustration.

May I play God? Just this time. Okay.

I’m going to grant each and everyone your greatest dream. Your dream car. Can you imagine your dream car? It could be a red sports car.

You may choose whatever model, whatever price range. It doesn’t matter. You may also add accessories—stereo system, all the setup you like.

Okay, good. And I’m going to give the car to you for free. But there is one condition–one and only condition: you may never ever have another car for the rest of your life. Just that dream, beautiful setup car.

So, imagine: you get your dream car but you will have only one car ever for the rest of your life.

Reflection Questions

Let me ask a few reflection questions:

First: How would you drive the car? Very carefully, I heard someone say.

Second: What kind of fuel will you put in the car? Ah, the best one, the premium one, no matter the its price.

Third: Would you schedule regular preventive maintenance service for the car? Yes.

Last: Would you like anybody else to drive the car for you? Nooo.

My friend, reality check: We have only one super machine that God has created. And it’s not just a machine. It’s a beautiful, magnificent, majestic body that God has created. Take care of it. You have only one.

Some people remarked, “You may have organ transplant.” Try it. It’s not easy. No way. Not easy. It’s not a good option.

You have only one body. We have only one life. Take care of it. It matters to God, it matters to you.

And by the way, I didn’t know Bro. Bo would introduce me like that, so, I’m trying to find my footing. I didn’t want that story to come up. But he mentioned it, anyway.

But imagine: We could have lost someone. We could have suffered the pain of loss—and not just the actual, probable death, but losing the function, losing the chance to run, to go on vacation without any limitation.

It’s very, very important: Your fitness. The level of your fitness will directly affect your personal life experience. And also, the life experience of the people that you love, and the people around you.

I’m adding more reasons you want to take care of you. Let’s honor the Word. May we sing— all together:

Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet

And a light unto my path.

Very Simple. From John 10:10 NLT:

My friend, God’s purpose in our life is to give us a rich and satisfying life.

Again, our earthly vessels are so integral to the purpose of God. For as long as we live, to have a rich and satisfying life.

And in the other translation of the Bible, it says:

And it’s so sad that, reality check: we see now that there are a lot of broken bodies. And because of broken bodies, there are a lot of broken dreams, broken plans, broken households, broken finances. There’s a lot of brokenness in this world. And are we just going to be accepting it is what it is? Are we just going to wait for the time we’re going to break, or we’re just going to die and lose that rich and satisfying full life that God has promised?

But, you know, the Word of God is so good. It doesn’t come back to Him void.

That’s our first reading today. And the Good News for today is this: Anything that is broken was once whole.

Love Our Healer

Put your hands on your heart and have that moment with the Lord. Lord, heal us—body, mind, and spirit. Be our restorer, the healer of the broken. As You speak to us more, we allow you to be our healer. Do Your mighty work among us today.

Transform us, renew us, refresh us, restore us. Let Your will be done in us today. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.

Raise your hands, sing to the Lord and glorify the Word:

Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet And a light unto my path

 Give the Lord a big, big hand, Everybody. Love our Healer today.

 Love You God. Thank You, Lord.


This week, again, Reality Check: I saw a family celebrate the 80th birthday of their mom, their grandmother. It was a beautiful celebration, a milestone. I was supposed to go but the floods happened. But I saw the pictures, I heard the stories. It was so nice— the grandchildren honored their grandmother. You know, there was a senior citizen choir.

It was a beautiful celebration.

It was so sad too for me. Just for me. Because on the same day, I learned a good friend from The Feast—she was only 52 years old– passed away. On the same day.

I was there (at the wake) last night. And I was like, “Lord, God bless her soul.

God, comfort and strength to the family.”

But it really made me reflect: Lord, first, if you’re really going to take me, okay.

I will surrender to Your will.”

So hard of a prayer, but God replied to me. He nudged my heart and said, “You have the decision. You have the decision on what you’re going to do. Your decision will help you and heal you, or it will hurt you.”

Because that’s the beautiful gift of God. What’s that? It’s free will.

God doesn’t control us. God loves you so much that He trusts you with your decisions: “Go ahead. Please.”

So, the first test: Where are you going to have lunch? What time are you going to sleep tonight?

The Word of God is full of affirmations about us taking care of our body.

In 1 Corinthians 6: 19-20, read with me:

You are valuable. You were bought with a high price. Like that expensive car, like that expensive furniture, that expensive stuff you care for.

Your body is bought with a high price.

Temple of the Holy Spirit

So, Guys, when we honor our body, we honor God. You are the temple of the Holy Spirit. God dwells in you.

Look at the person beside you, and say, “How lovely is the dwelling place of the Lord.”

Yes. Your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit. And you know, even in the first chapter of the Bible, in Genesis 1, it says there over and over again, we are told that as God creates from first day to second day and third day, He always looks back. He looks back and says everything that He has made, He says good.

But until on Genesis 1:31, when God created humans and the rest, during that day, this is what He said:

Again, look at the person beside you and say, “Very good.”

From the very start, we’re created to be very good. Please take care of your body. Our response today is this: Let’s be good to our self. Let’s be good to our body. If your body is able to talk right now, is it thanking you? Or is it complaining to you.

Take care of your body. It’s not being selfish to do so. It’s not self-serving.

It is a worship to God.

Three Ways To Take Care of Your Body

Through Saint Paul’s letter to the Romans, I’m going to convince you that we are created good. We need to take care of our self.

Guys, the Creator is praised when we take care of His creation. Honor your body, you honor your God.

Today, I’m going to give you three ways you can take care of your body, take care of your life.

The World Health Organization (WHO) even declares the definition of health.

It says:

Guys, if you have six-pack abs, it doesn’t mean you’re healthy. I’ve seen people getting sick despite their body is rock-solid.

Holistic Approach

I am a holistic doctor. I practice the holistic way. Holistic comes the Greek word holos which means whole or all.

It is the idea that various systems—physical, biological, social, mental— should be viewed as a whole, not merely as a collection of parts.

Sometimes, our thinking of the healthcare system is too broken.

For example, when you have a problem with your eye, who’s the doctor that you see?

You already know— the Ophthalmologist.

When there’s a problem with your heart, who are you going to call? Doctor Love. J The cardiologist.

If there’s something wrong with your kidney, who are you going to call?

The Nephrologist.

Women, who are you going to call if there’s something wrong with your reproductive organ? Oh, we all know that. (The Obstetrician-Gynecologist). My mom, my sister, are specialist doctors and we need those specialists,

And also, definitely, the advanced technologies. Sometimes, also, it’s up to our perspective.

Because one doctor is seeing one side of a person’s body. Another doctor is seeing another side of the body. Then another doctor is seeing another side of the body.

Who is seeing the person as a whole?

Not just God, but you. You’ve got to curate what you hear, and then put it all together.

Life Has Many Aspects

The wholeness of health tells us our life has many aspects. It’s not just physical health. It’s also emotional, mental. It’s also your rest and recreation. It’s also your financial life, your work and career, personal goals and passion, spiritual life, relationships and community life.

It’s hard. They are so many. But if you look at the illustration above, are you willing to give up any aspect of your life? Is there any aspect that you’re ready to just let go? It’s hard, right?

Again, our wholeness and our wellness are realized when there is harmony.

It’s harmony in each and every area of your life. We cannot simply have balance. We have only 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. But in every season of our life, it is our personal responsibility and accountability for the people we love that there be a harmony in the different areas of our life. That’s ebb and smooth flow, give and take in that relationship.

The holistic approach looks at the person not just on the numbers projected by the physical results of the laboratory test. I am a conventional doctor as well, so, I practice that. That’s okay.

But more than just the cholesterol finding, I look at why are you eating this way. How are you sleeping? That is why probably, your body is complaining and showing you signs and symptoms. How are you with the relationships?

How’s your stress level? How are you managing it? When you get so anxious and tired who do you turn to? Or are you feeling that you are on your own?

Those questions I ask because I see a person as a beautiful being created by the Lord. And if that person is not living a full and satisfying life, then we have work to do.

Whole. Holistic. Take care of your whole self. Take care of your whole self.

Second way to take care of your body is this: Please take care of the basics. Here is a list of the basic body health needs– for your fitness, for your body to function well. That beautiful super engine that God has created in your body, that beautiful creation, it has its needs. Even cars need some maintenance. Even cars need fuel and oil and cleaning up.

Basic Body Health Need:

How many here feel I need to work on my sleep? I need to get better in my sleep?

Welcome to the nation of zombies.

That’s when I hear people say, Doc, I feel depressed. Doc, I feel this and that.

The first question I ask is How’s your sleep? Because in the magic world of sleep, incidents happen while you are not aware of them. Sleep is a beautiful medicine. It’s a beautiful part of the body system– and ways that we could be missing out.

Practical Sleep Tips

Find your rhythm sleep and wake up on the same range of time daily. This is the most important sleep tip for me: Find your rhythm.

Oh, search on YouTube for Doctor Matthew Walker, English scientist and professor of neuroscience and psychology at the University of California, Berkely, focused on the subject of sleep. Or TED Conferences— Technology, Entertainment Design—an American- Canadian media organization posting online talks for free distribution under the slogan Ideas Worth Spreading.

Matt Walker is the foremost sleep expert. And he would always remind that we have to find a rhythm. What do we mean by rhythm? Sleep and wake up on the same range of time daily.

On a personal note, I wake up on the range of 6:30 in the morning, plus-minus 30 minutes. That’s it. And I try, even if I lack sleep, to wake up on the same day. Because it sets me up for a good rhythm—that by 10, 11 p.m. to 12 midnight, I’m already in bed and I am telling my body, “Sleeping time, re-charging time.”

Okay. Q and A: Some people ask me, “Doc do you really have to have eight hours of sleep?”

What’s the answer? It depends…It’s not a hard and fast rule that you have eight hours of sleep every day.

Because somebody asked me, “Doc, what if 7 hours and 45 minutes?”

It’s not a hard and fast rule. It’s a good range. Ask your body. Listen to your body. I know, personally, that I function well at eight hours of sleep. Seven to eight hours, okay. Nine hours, no. Even if it’s too much of sleep, that’s not a good rhythm, either. Because it’s all about rhythm. It’s not about quantity. When you lack sleep, or oversleep, that’s not good for your body.

Those who are doing weekend sleepovers—doesn’t work. It will hurt you more than it will help.

So, daily activity. It’s a tall order. But if you want to go for your fitness, as I myself is trying, you’ve got to do it. Find your rhythm.

Cold and clean. Around 18 degrees is what’s recommended.

So, yes, invest in your aircon while it’s raining, enjoy it. But yes, if you to invest in your sleep, get a good bed, get good sheets like in a hotel.

Hey, you spend a good number of hours of your day in sleeping. Make sure it’s a good one. Invest there—cold and clean.

Dark, pitch black as much is needed if you are on the flip side of sleeping

Please, it has to be cold and clean and dark.

Basic Body Health Need:

Aside from sleep, you’ve got to take adequate water.

And how do you know if you have adequate water? Listen to your body. The feedback of your body is through your urine. Look at the color of your urine. If you can, smell it.

I know if I’ve eaten too much dried squid based on my urine—too much. The more yellow your wee-wee is, the more you need to take in water.

What’s the right amount? Generally, 2 to 3 cups of water per meal. General rule. But if you’re sweating heavily, you’ve got to find out your own need.

If you have kidney illness, you’ve got to check with your nephrologist. Usually, there are some limitations, depending on the situation you’re in.

You may be missing a lot of the benefits of drinking water. It’s not just for your wee-wee. Aside from benefits for the digestive system, there are benefits for the circulatory system.

If you want to avoid arthritis—in the long term—drink lots of water.

And energy-wise, you’re an electric body. There’s electricity in your body. With good hydration, you will have more energy.

So many tips. But this is not a full-blown health talk. That’s why I’m just passing through.

Basic Body Health Need:

Aside from water, you’ve got to have Good Food.

See, the Harvard Eating Plate, says that half of your plate is supposed to be for fruits and vegetables. Half of the Filipino plate is? Rice. And then there’s pancit, there’s puto—so much carbohydrates. (After you eat, your body breaks down carbs into glucose—sugar.)

We’re eating so much sugar. And then there is sago at gulaman (gelatin)…

Just a reminder: You are the one curating your plate. Don’t let anybody put anything on your plate, as much as possible.

If it’s unhealthy, you can say No.

Here’s another principle about food: The closer to nature, the better. The closer from farm to table, the better.

And yes, if you can afford organic, go ahead.

Above, the Spectrum of Processed Food.

There’s a lot of discussion about this and that. But the basic principle is the closer to nature, the lesser processing, the better.

They call it whole food. So, even if you can, as much as possible, afford your household that whole food, home-cooked food is better – from fresh ingredients to cooked dish, rather than order. That’s the truth.

Holistic Dinner

On a holistic perspective, again, it is not just about the food.

It’s also the attitude.

So, what makes a healthy meal?

It’s healthy food plus healthy conversations. You can have all the organic food – as expensive as they could be—but if, at the table, you’re fighting with a family member, it’s not good energy.

If there’s cold war, that’s not good.

If you’re eating alone for most meals of the day…

I remember during the Coronavirus Disease (COVID) Pandemic, we even had to

call each other up via Zoom or video call: “Come, let’s eat together.” We are social beings. We are connected beings.

You don’t have to eat alone.

Basic Body Health Need:

Research tells us that those who exercise for 45 minutes, 3 to 5 times a week, had 1.5 fuel bad days than similar non- exercisers. So, if you want to be productive, you want to have better days ahead of you, you move—exercise for 45 minutes. Research says 4 hours of exercise a week decreases depressive symptoms of depression by 17%. Big or small?

That’s big. That’s why one of my prescriptions when I talk to the depressed, anxious, mentally distressed people: Let’s walk! Exercise. Get under the sun. Get your dose of vitamin D, and it’s going to be good for you.

One more reminder, please, with regard to activity.

Remember this holistic principle:

What you don’t use or what you overuse, you lose.

Push-Up, Plantito= Feel Good

Here’s the truth: I’m 30 years old, so, when I reach 40—he-he, I’m already 37…

When you reach 40, here’s the latest fact: you lose 1% of muscle mass every year– starting 40. So, when you

do not try to take it back, it’s just going to waste away.

That’s why, at the backstage, Bro. Bo and I are doing some push-ups, you know, it gets us the energy and strengthens our body still.

You’ve got to move, please. And when I say move, maybe doing some household chores allows you to move.

I do plants—I’m a plantito. So, when I’m lazy to exercise, I lift up the plants, I move them around, I reach for something—just activity.

One more quick guide on activity— what do you need to do. Remember this principle: Is this helping me? Do it. Is this hurting me? Don’t do it.

Physical: Is this making me to sit for eight hours a day? Then don’t do it anymore. Do something about it.

But if it’s helping you to eat this kind of good food, go ahead. Continue.

Keep it up.

If you ask me what is the best diet out there? It’s the diet that will work best for you. How would you know? What you can sustain and what you can feel good with. Right?

That’s the answer for me, as a holistic doctor, Okay? Please take care of the basics.

Ask someone beside you: Friend, where are we going to eat?

No. 3: Basic Principle To Take Care of Yourself. Yeah, this very important.

Lastly, please, Take are of who/what matters most.

Guys, it’s very important. Ask this question: What makes a good life?

Have you ever asked that question? What makes a good life?

What would determine that I have a good life? Harvard researchers have actually answered that. Quick answer: Positive relationships.

It’s not achievements.

It’s not money. It’s not physical pleasures.

This is according to Robert Waldinger, chairman of the ongoing Harvard study on what good life actually looks like.

The researchers have followed 700 plus persons– since 1938– plus their families, their children, grandchildren. And in 85 years of study, this is what they have found out.

‘Social’ Fitness

If you want to live a happier and healthier life, look into your relationships. So, do not burn the bridges. Continually build them. Don’t just leave your family. Live with your family. Live life with them. It’s just a short span of time.

Some people call it social fitness. How connected are you? How are you caring for yourself and caring for others?

And Guys, it’s expensive. It takes effort, time, energy.

Bro. Bo and Sis. Marowe celebrated their 25th year Wedding Anniversary this week. It was a beautiful celebration of I think almost a thousand friends.

I was in the Admin and the first thing I looked into was how much

they spent for the party. But it turned out to be a sort of potluck– people gave food generously.

It was so good and it was a beautiful life for the couple–so connected, so loved, still loving generously. Really idols in the family goal of having good relationship I am not surprised why they live a happy, healthy, and wealthy life.

For the extrovert in me, it was like a reunion with our LOJ family members of a lifetime. I was so tired afterwards, but I was so happy. I felt so fulfilled.

Here’s the truth: The quality of your life is determined by the quality of your relationships.

Quick honoring: I’m celebrating nine years of happily married life with my wife by July 18. Mayi, I love you. Happy Anniversary! She’s also celebrating her birthday on July 30. So, July is a very good month for all of us.

And it’s mid-year break, and say: Focus on relationships. So, by the end of the month, we are on vacation—leave everything behind.

You’ve got to have some good time out for your family.

Back to Jesus

Let me end with this: The story where Jesus healed a paralyzed man:

We all have some paralysis in life. Some people are really paralyzed—in body.

Some, in the mind. Some have paralyzed plans.

Others, relationships. And there seems to be a limitation.

It seems to be an illness. Seems to be something irritating that you cannot shake off from your body.

From this going-back-to-Jesus story, I have three reminders for you:

1. Have a Community


God did not just look at that paralyzed man. He didn’t just pity him. Jesus looked at the faith of his friends– of his Community.

The powerless man cannot go to Jesus by himself. It takes a village to raise a family. It takes a village—a harmonious village to let one live a good life.

Find your Community. Welcome home! If you haven’t found one, we can have life here together. Find your little small groups. Attend our retreats.

Come, and meet people here.

Because we are not meant to live alone. Have a Community that heals you.

2. Forgiveness Heals

Jesus healed the heart and spirit of the man first. And then his body. He said: Be encouraged my child, your sins are forgiven.

Healing of the heart and spirit happened first, before Jesus said, “Stand up, pick up your mat, and walk.”

My friend, today, we can ask for forgiveness from the Lord. We can receive forgiveness at any single time.

Even in The Feast, there’s a Sacrament of Confession—a reconciliation happening right there—a designated private place at the lobby… if you want to receive that forgiveness from the Lord…

And also, let’s be humble enough to ask for forgiveness from who matters most in our life. Get back to your relationships. They are the biggest and best predictors of your fitness, of your healthy and happy life.


3. Rise from your brokenness

It has been a beautiful Talk with you. But I hope that the talk doesn’t remain in the head. I hope it translates to your actions. It translates to what will order for lunch. It will translate to how will you sleep tonight. How are you going to find your rhythm. How are you going to pick up your exercise clothes again and just pick up, rise, and walk.

Guys, action items after this:  Watch again on Facebook or YouTube if you want to get back to the tips. But what I am trying to tell you, we’re not going to be left paralyzed. You are not going to be left paralyzed and jus be there watching everything happening to you. You get up. Clean it up—if you made a, clean it up. God will not pick it up for you. He is healing you, and empowering you, so that you can do it yourself and help others do the same. You could be that paralyzed man, or you could be those people who brought that paralyzed man to Jesus.

I believe that God calls us today. If you’re listening to this Talk, because God is calling you to be his healer as well.

Broken, wounded, but still can heal. Because it is God who heals us all. He is the Healer of the broken. We can come to Him. We can present our body to Him, our broken life, broken spirit. God is ready to forgive. And he can pull us up and what is broken, He can made whole again.

Let me leave you this powerful Word from the Bible. From 1 Peter 5:7:

Give all your worries and cares to God for He cares about you.

So, in ending, we can take care of ourselves. We can take care of each other.

Because God cares for you.


Published by THE FEAST (July 23, 2023)


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