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  • Proper 26C (2019)

    by Ben Cremer
    One of my church members is a Nutritionist by trade, specializing in diabetes. I asked him to lead a Diabetes awareness seminar for our church an surrounding community. He agreed and many came to attend. The seminar proceeded very well. Our teacher led us not only through the intricacies of the disease, but also walked us through all one could do to prevent and manage the disease. One of the most important factors he emphasized was diet. He handed out a picture of a plate to each participant illustrating the most heathy ratio of carbs, veggies, and starches for one suffering from diabetes. Naturally, the diet was high in fresh fruits and raw vegetables. Upon looking at the diet chart, a woman from the community exclaimed for all to hear, “I don’t like any of the foods listed here! I guess its medication for me!” and swiftly threw the chart in the garbage as she took another swig from her 42 oz tanker of soda. This woman had previously told the group she suffered from type 2 diabetes, which is the most aggressive form of the disease. She was very overweight and ate terribly. She needed to make a change, but it was quite apparent to all who listened that her health didn’t call the shots, her taste buds did. Not even a nutritionist could convince her to take care of herself...
  • Exegesis (Psalm 119)

    by Richard Donovan

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