This week, I am going to share a testimony of my own, of sorts. I am going to share some more of the hundreds of letters I received when I asked if I should retire from giving my seminars and writing my Health Tips upon reaching my 80th birthday on February 12, 2014.
“Rev. Malkmus, we all love you! Your Health Tips are so helpful! You are a blessing to so many around the world, including me. When I adopted the Hallelujah Diet in January of 2010 my PSA was 9.63, and today as a result of the diet change, it is down to 3.6, and I have been able to escape surgery. God is good and I feel good, because I am eating right.”
“George, don’t quit until you really want to or need to for health reasons. You are the driving force behind the diet. No one can have as much impact at a seminar as you. Your story and words are more important than anyone else’s. I am 85, and two years ago I thought I would quit my part-time job at Disney. That is when I went on the Hallelujah Diet. On the diet I dropped from 198 pounds to 158 pounds, a drop of 40 pounds in one year and feel better than I have in years. Now that I feel so good, I don’t know when I will retire. It’s ok for you to cut back, but please don’t retire completely.”
~ Jim, Florida
“Hi Rev. George, I say ‘NO’ to your retiring because you have too many good years ahead of you and besides did the Lord tell you that you must retire? Eighty is only a number – rather than letting a number determine when you will retire, determine when you will retire by how you feel. I feel great like you, George, and I will be 86 years old in January 2014. Because of the Hallelujah Diet I have no aches or pains and walk a lot most days when the weather is good. I eat lots of veggies and fruits and drink almond milk. And even though I was raised on a dairy farm in Vermont, I no longer drink cow milk. So my advice to you is to stay active and never give up or give in to what most people call ‘old age’. God bless Brother George and I will see you in heaven one day.”