Jesus said: “It is more blessed to give than to receive.” Well, I have found a way to both “give” and “receive” at the same time through these Health Tips — I “give” nutritional information and in return “receive” testimonies from those who have applied the information! I guess you could say that I am doubly “blessed”!
The information is not complicated, either. Just common sense! As former Surgeon General C. Everett Kope once said, “Your choice of diet can influence your long-term health prospects more than any other action you might take.”
(P.S. – Become a Health Minister and you, too, can receive double blessings as you share this health-restoring information.)
“Dear Dr. Malkmus, Thank you for your faithfulness in proclaiming the health message! Words are not sufficient to describe our gratefulness for your ministry, for sharing the truth about health and how to obtain it. Without your life-saving teachings and encouragement, we would probably have already been dead a long time ago. Praise God for your love and steadfastness through the years. Not only have my husband and I been blessed by your ministry, but also multitudes around the world have been blessed. May God continue to bless you and all at Hallelujah Acres for your good works.”
~ Gary & Ann A., College Place, Washington
“Hi Rev. George, I have been a registered nurse for over 30 years. I, too, have had the same “ah-ha” moment of realizing that God created these physical bodies in which we live. And I, too, have tried all kinds of diets – even a vegetarian diet (which included chicken, fish, and cheese) for 15 years. Still, I was not healthy.
I was desperately seeking to know what God had to say about what I should eat when my sister told me about Hallelujah Acres and The Hallelujah Diet. Immediately upon learning of The Hallelujah Diet, I adopted it and have not looked back since. I never thought in a million years that I would give up cheese, but here I am four years later, on this 100% plant-based diet, healthier and happier then I have ever been in my life. But I still have one problem – my work.
Although as a registered nurse I am making a little difference with my co-workers (slow progress) in helping them improve their diets and health, I am not having any effect on my patients, who are suffering so needlessly because of their bad diets. So, I am looking in a different direction than the one I have been pursuing these past 30 years.
As a registered nurse, I have only been able to help people recover from the physical problems caused by their bad diets and lifestyles, by giving them toxic drugs which do additional harm to their bodies. Now I want to be involved in what God originally called me to do, helping people recover from their physical problems through good nutrition and teaching them how they can avoid getting sick.”
~ Debbie D., RN