Health Education Evangelism & Mission Ministry


April 22, 2016

The question can be asked. What caused your ailment, disease or sickness?____________________ This blank line most likely you are not able to fill in, therefore would it not be wise to refrain from eating foods with additives; chemicals which are unknown as to what will be their ultimate effects. Don’t take a chance with your health and life. Choose the side of caution. The following videos will give insight in some devastating effects that you could get from any number of additives though these videos cover only a few items. Consider also that the affects of these additives will impair your brain to a greater or lesser degree. The only question would be how much damage are they doing? Not, if they are damaging? Below are links to videos on additives and the brain which can help to understand the detriment we could be causing in our bodies by continuing to eat foods adulterated with these substances.

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A presentation on Motherhood, Marriage, Sex and the Consequences of worldly ideology
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THE INVISIBLE WAR(Sexual Assault & Rape in the Military unaddressed)

Psychology & Torture




The above video confirms the counsels in the BIBLICAL NUTRITION PLAN available on the

This is an exposé on farming of animals, food, etc. and how we are deceived to believe the supermarkets are providing us with high quality nutritional foods at inexpensive prices. The moral of the video as I see it: Grow your own organic produce or buy organic or buy from a conscientious local farmer and avoid all animal products. This will greatly improve your health and allow you to also avoid expensive medical bills.

If you need to supplement your lifestyle for more nutrients remember juicing, then sprouting are the absolute best methods, this will help to explain that.


Aspartame: Sweet Misery A Poisoned World

Salt, Sugar & Fat: NY Times Reporter Michael Moss on How the Food Giants Hooked America on Junk Food
This interview is about the strategy they use in how a food taste and targeting of consumers through highly technical use of Fat, Sugar & Salt.


Slavery used to Catch Fish

Pandora’s Lunchbox: Pulling Back the Curtain on How Processed Food Took Over the American Meal
This interview talks about what processed vitamins are made from and other things.

Dr. Russell Blaylock



The Selling of ADHD: Diagnoses, Prescriptions Soar After 20-Year Marketing Effort by Big Pharma

The Drugging of Our Children (Gary Null)

Dr. Gabor Mate on ADHD/ADD & Drug Addictions
Dr. Gabor Maté on the Stress-Disease Connection, Addiction and the Destruction of American Childhood

Nutrition For Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Is Your Child’s Brain Starving? - Book
Food, Not Drugs for Life and Learning
ADHD - Educational Video
Dr. Michael R. Lyon, MD is Medical and Research Director of FunctionalMedicine.Ca



Hoxsey Cancer Cure History

This is a report on some of the history and methods of allopathic medicine on how they treat cancer and their success verses natural methods and the reason why natural methods are not readily received by doctors and the public.


Mental and Spiritual Culture
For the mind and the soul, as well as for the body, it is God's law that strength is acquired by effort. It is exercise that develops. In harmony with this law, God has provided in His word the means for mental and spiritual development. {Ed 123.1}

The Bible contains all the principles that men need to understand in order to be
fitted either for this life or for the life to come. And these principles may be understood by all. No one with a spirit to appreciate its teaching can read a single passage from the Bible without gaining from it some helpful thought. But the most valuable teaching of the Bible is not to be gained by occasional or disconnected study. Its great system of truth is not so presented as to be discerned by the hasty or careless reader. Many of its treasures lie far beneath the surface, and can be obtained only by diligent research and continuous effort. The truths that go to make up the great whole must be searched out and gathered up, "here a little, and there a little." Isaiah 28:10. {Ed 123.2}

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When thus searched out and brought together, they will be found to be perfectly fitted to one another. Each Gospel is a supplement to the others, every prophecy an explanation of another, every truth a development of some other truth. The types of the Jewish economy are made plain by the gospel. Every principle in the word of God has its place, every fact its bearing. And the complete structure, in design and execution, bears testimony to its Author. Such a structure no mind but that of the Infinite could conceive or fashion. {Ed 123.3}

In searching out the various parts and studying their relationship, the highest faculties of the human mind are called into intense activity.
No one can engage in such study without developing mental power. {Ed 124.1}

And not alone in searching out truth and bringing it together does the mental value of Bible study consist.
It consists also in the effort required to grasp the themes presented. The mind occupied with commonplace matters only, becomes dwarfed and enfeebled. If never tasked to comprehend grand and far-reaching truths, it after a time loses the power of growth. As a safeguard against this degeneracy, and a stimulus to development, nothing else can equal the study of God's word. As a means of intellectual training, the Bible is more effective than any other book, or all other books combined. The greatness of its themes, the dignified simplicity of its utterances, the beauty of its imagery, quicken and uplift the thoughts as nothing else can. No other study can impart such mental power as does the effort to grasp the stupendous truths of revelation. The mind thus brought in contact with the thoughts of the Infinite cannot but expand and strengthen. {Ed 124.2}

And even greater is the power of the Bible in the development of the spiritual nature. Man, created for fellowship with God, can only in such fellowship find his real life and development. Created to find in God his highest joy, he can find in nothing else that which can quiet the cravings of the heart, can satisfy the hunger and thirst of the soul. He who with sincere and teachable spirit studies God's word, seeking to comprehend its truths, will be brought in touch with its Author; and, except by his own choice, there is no limit to the possibilities of his development. {Ed 124.3}

In its wide range of style and subjects
the Bible has something to interest every mind and appeal to every heart. In its pages are found history the most ancient; biography the truest to life; principles of government for the control of the state, for the regulation of the household--principles that human wisdom has never equaled. It contains philosophy the most profound, poetry the sweetest and the most sublime, the most impassioned and the most pathetic. Immeasurably superior in value to the productions of any human author are the Bible writings, even when thus considered; but of infinitely wider scope, of infinitely greater value, are they when viewed in their relation to the grand central thought. Viewed in the light of this thought, every topic has a new significance. In the most simply stated truths are involved principles that are as high as heaven and that compass eternity. {Ed 125.1}

The central theme of the Bible, the theme about which every other in the whole book clusters, is the redemption plan, the restoration in the human soul of the image of God. From the first intimation of hope in the sentence pronounced in Eden to that last glorious promise of the Revelation,
"They shall see His face; and His name shall be in their foreheads" (Revelation 22:4), the burden of every book and every passage of the Bible is the unfolding of this wondrous theme,--man's uplifting,--the power of God, "which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ." 1 Corinthians 15:57. {Ed 125.2}

He who grasps this thought has before him
an infinite field for study. He has the key that will unlock to him the whole treasure house of God's word. {Ed 126.1}

The science of redemption is the science of all sciences; the science that is the study of the angels and of all the intelligences of the unfallen worlds; the science that engages the attention of our Lord and Saviour; the science that enters into the purpose brooded in the mind of the Infinite--"kept in silence through times eternal" (Romans 16:25, R.V.); the science that will be the study of God's redeemed throughout endless ages. This is the highest study in which it is possible for man to engage. As no other study can, it will quicken the mind and uplift the soul. {Ed 126.2}

"The excellency of knowledge is, that wisdom giveth life to them that have it." "The words that I speak unto you," said Jesus, "they are spirit, and they are life." "This is life eternal, that they should know Thee the only true God, and Him whom Thou didst send." Ecclesiastes 7:12; John 6:63; 17:3, R.V. {Ed 126.3}

The creative energy that called the worlds into existence is in the word of God. This word imparts power; it begets life.
Every command is a promise; accepted by the will, received into the soul, it brings with it the life of the Infinite One. It transforms the nature and re-creates the soul in the image of God. {Ed 126.4}

The life thus imparted is in like manner sustained. "By every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God" (Matthew 4:4) shall man live. {Ed 126.5}

The mind, the soul, is built up by that upon which it feeds; and it rests with us to determine upon what it shall be fed. It is within the power of everyone to choose the topics that shall occupy the thoughts and shape the character. Of every human being privileged with access to the Scriptures, God says, "I have written to him the great things of My law." "Call unto Me, and I will answer thee, and show thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not." Hosea 8:12; Jeremiah 33:3. {Ed 126.6}

With the word of God in his hands, every human being, wherever his lot in life may be cast, may have such companionship as he shall choose. In its pages he may hold converse with the noblest and best of the human race, and may listen to the voice of the Eternal as He speaks with men.
As he studies and meditates upon the themes into which "the angels desire to look" (1 Peter 1:12), he may have their companionship. He may follow the steps of the heavenly Teacher, and listen to His words as when He taught on mountain and plain and sea. He may dwell in this world in the atmosphere of heaven, imparting to earth's sorrowing and tempted ones thoughts of hope and longings for holiness; himself coming closer and still closer into fellowship with the Unseen; like him of old who walked with God, drawing nearer and nearer the threshold of the eternal world, until the portals shall open, and he shall enter there. He will find himself no stranger. The voices that will greet him are the voices of the holy ones, who, unseen, were on earth his companions --voices that here he learned to distinguish and to love. He who through the word of God has lived in fellowship with heaven, will find himself at home in heaven's companionship. {Ed 127.1}

DR. CAROLINE LEAF explains how the neurons of the brain function when we think, the affects of bad thoughts and changing your thoughts to good thoughts; also she explains about faith & fear in relation to our spiritual life, very practical tools for helping with the experiences of life when we understand the actual mechanisms and effects on our physiology.

Study of Physiology

 Since the mind and the soul find expression through the body, both mental and spiritual vigor are in great degree dependent upon physical strength and activity; whatever promotes physical health, promotes the development of a strong mind and a well-balanced character. Without health no one can as distinctly understand or as completely fulfill his obligations to himself, to his fellow beings, or to his Creator. Therefore the health should be as faithfully guarded as the character. A knowledge of physiology and hygiene should be the basis of all educational effort. {Ed 195.1}

There are matters not usually included in the study of physiology that should be considered--matters of far greater value to the student than are many of the technicalities commonly taught under this head. As the foundation principle of all education in these lines, the youth should be taught that
the laws of nature are the laws of God--as truly divine as are the precepts of the Decalogue. The laws that govern our physical organism, God has written upon every nerve, muscle, and fiber of the body. Every careless or willful violation of these laws is a sin against our Creator. {Ed 196.3}

The influence of the mind on the body, as well as of the body on the mind, should be emphasized. The electric power of the brain, promoted by mental activity, vitalizes the whole system, and is thus an invaluable aid in resisting disease. This should be made plain. The power of the will and the importance of self-control, both in the preservation and in the recovery of health, the depressing and even ruinous effect of anger, discontent, selfishness, or impurity, and, on the other hand, the marvelous life-giving power to be found in cheerfulness, unselfishness, gratitude, should also be shown. {Ed 197.2}

As the mechanism of the body is studied,
attention should be directed to its wonderful adaptation of means to ends, the harmonious action and dependence of the various organs. As the interest of the student is thus awakened, and he is led to see the importance of physical culture, much can be done by the teacher to secure proper development and right habits. {Ed 198.2}

Please make note particularly of the mother’s comments about what she did when carrying her son. What if she had listened to Alexander Scorby reading the Bible continuously? I doubt not that his development would have been extraordinary. Also notice the research the scientist did on underprivileged children. The brain has twice as many connects before age 3 and if these are stimulated properly the development of the children exceeds the average. And lastly note that the pre-frontal cortex of the frontal lobe doesn’t fully develop until age 20. The frontal lobe being the sit of judgment or reason need particularly good care for us to be well developed honorable persons of society.
Consider these quotes below in the light of the development of a child in the womb of the mother.
The effect of prenatal influences is by many parents looked upon as a matter of little moment; but heaven does not so regard it. The message sent by an angel of God, and twice given in the most solemn manner, shows it to be deserving of our most careful thought. {MH 372.3}

In the words spoken to the Hebrew mother, God speaks to all mothers in every age.
"Let her beware," the angel said; "all that I commanded her let her observe." The well-being of the child will be affected by the habits of the mother. Her appetites and passions are to be controlled by principle. There is something for her to shun, something for her to work against, if she fulfills God's purpose for her in giving her a child. If before the birth of her child she is self-indulgent, if she is selfish, impatient, and exacting, these traits will be reflected in the disposition of the child. Thus many children have received as a birthright almost unconquerable tendencies to evil. {MH 372.4}

But if the mother
unswervingly adheres to right principles, if she is temperate and self-denying, if she is kind, gentle, and unselfish, she may give her child these same precious traits of character. Very explicit was the command prohibiting the use of wine by the mother. Every drop of strong drink taken by her to gratify appetite endangers the physical, mental, and moral health of her child, and is a direct sin against her Creator. {MH 373.1}

Many advisers urge that every wish of the mother should be gratified; that if she desires any article of food, however harmful, she should freely indulge her appetite.
Such advice is false and mischievous. The mother's physical needs should in no case be neglected. Two lives are depending upon her, and her wishes should be tenderly regarded, her needs generously supplied. But at this time above all others she should avoid, in diet and in every other line, whatever would lessen physical or mental strength. By the command of God Himself she is placed under the most solemn obligation to exercise self-control. {MH 373.2}

Too much importance cannot be placed upon the early training of children. The lessons learned, the habits formed, during the years of infancy and childhood, have more to do with the formation of the character and the direction of the life than have all the instruction and training of after years. {MH 380.2}

Parents need to consider this.
They should understand the principles that underlie the care and training of children. They should be capable of rearing them in physical, mental, and moral health. Parents should study the laws of nature. They should become acquainted with the organism of the human body. They need to understand the functions of the various organs, and their relation and dependence. They should study the relation of the mental to the physical powers, and the conditions required for the healthy action of each. To assume the responsibilities of parenthood without such preparation is a sin. MH {380.3}

The Care of Infants The more quiet and simple the life of the child, the more favorable it will be to both physical and mental development. At all times the mother should endeavor to be quiet, calm, and self-possessed. Many infants are extremely susceptible to nervous excitement, and the mother's gentle, unhurried manner will have a soothing influence that will be of untold benefit to the child. {MH 381.1}

The importance of training children to
right dietetic habits can hardly be overestimated. The little ones need to learn that they eat to live, not live to eat. The training should begin with the infant in its mother's arms. The child should be given food only at regular intervals, and less frequently as it grows older. It should not be given sweets, or the food of older persons, which it is unable to digest. Care and regularity in the feeding of infants will not only promote health, and thus tend to make them quiet and sweet-tempered, but will lay the foundation of habits that will be a blessing to them in after years. {MH 383.3}

As children emerge from babyhood, great care should still be taken in educating their tastes and appetite.
Often they are permitted to eat what they choose and when they choose, without reference to health. The pains and money so often lavished upon unwholesome dainties lead the young to think that the highest object in life, and that which yields the greatest amount of happiness, is to be able to indulge the appetite. The result of this training is gluttony, then comes sickness, which is usually followed by dosing with poisonous drugs. {MH 384.1}

Parents should train the appetites of their children and should not permit the use of unwholesome foods. But in the effort to regulate the diet, we should be careful not to err in requiring children to eat that which is distasteful, or to eat more than is needed. Children have rights, they have preferences, and when these preferences are reasonable they should be respected. {MH 384.2}

Above all things else, let parents surround their children with an atmosphere of cheerfulness, courtesy, and love. A home where love dwells, and where it is expressed in looks, in words, and in acts, is a place where angels delight to manifest their presence. {MH 386.3}



The video below on the brain gives interesting insight on how the brain works and the information I see as being very useful in understanding how somethings we think we see or hear or perceive somethings which in reality are not really there. Why is this important to know? When you read the Bible are you seeing what you want to see or what is actually there? What God actually wants you to do or what you feel like doing? This is critical because if we are not training our minds to focus, paying close attention, looking at the details of a scene or details specifically when reading, a person could lose their soul thinking they are right but are following a path that only leads to the lake of fire. Our paying attention to details will prevent a surprise ending that is not wanted.

Can we so damage our brain through poor nutrition, chemicals in our food like:artificial flavors, colors, additives, preservatives, things that can be neurotoxins, that an area of our brain is damaged making it impossible for us to see truth, though we are staring it in the face. Take special note of the people documented in the film with areas of brain damage and how they are affected though they are not blind in the sense of complete loss of vision.

No doubt the Devil is a genius and he has engineered something somewhere to do this on a spiritual level to our brains. Therefore we at the ministry Revelation of H.E.
2M.2 endeavor to make you aware of this. Be safe. Don’t expose your brain to bad music, bad entertainment videos, bad food, food additives, video games, amusement parks, hypnotic stimulation, novels, fiction, etc. to name a few things. Feed your mind while wholesome nutritive material or experiences.

Biology, Psychology – Brain Story – “The mind’s eye” 3/6

God does not want us to be content with lazy, undisciplined minds, dull thoughts, and loose memories. He wants every teacher to be efficient, not to feel satisfied with some measure of success, but to feel his need of perpetual diligence in acquiring knowledge. Our bodies and souls belong to God, for He has bought them. He has given us talents, and has made it possible for us to acquire more, in order that we may be able to help ourselves and others onward in the way to life. It is the work of each individual to develop and strengthen the gifts which God has lent him, with which to do most earnest, practical work, both in temporal and religious things. If all realized this, what a vast difference we should see in our schools, in our churches, and in our missions! But the larger number are content with a meager knowledge, a few attainments, just to be passable; and the necessity of being men like Daniel and Moses, men of influence, men whose characters have become harmonious by their working to bless humanity and glorify God, -- such an experience but few have had, and the result is, there are but few now fitted for the great want of the times.

If the Bible were studied as it should be, men would become strong in intellect. The subjects treated upon in the word of God, the dignified simplicity of its utterance, the noble themes which it presents to the mind, develop faculties in man which cannot otherwise be developed. In the Bible, a boundless field is opened for the imagination. The student will come from a contemplation of its grand themes, from association with its lofty imagery, more pure and elevated in thought and feeling than if he had spent the time in reading any work of mere human origin, to say nothing of those of a trifling character. Youthful minds fail to reach their noblest development when they neglect the highest source of wisdom,--the word of God. The reason why we have so few men of good mind, of stability and solid worth, is that God is not feared, God is not loved, the principles of religion are not carried out in the life as they should be.

God would have us avail ourselves of every means of cultivating and strengthening our intellectual powers. We were created for a higher, nobler existence than the life that now is. This time is one of preparation for the future, immortal life. Where can be found grander themes for contemplation, a more interesting subject for thought, than the sublime truths unfolded in the Bible? These truths will do a mighty work for man, if he will but follow what they teach. But how little the Bible is studied! Every unimportant thing is dwelt upon in preference to its themes. If the Bible were read more, if its truths were better understood, we should be a far more enlightened and intelligent people. Angels from the world of light stand by the side of the earnest seeker after truth, to impress and illuminate his mind. He who is dark of understanding may find light through an acquaintance with the Scriptures.--"Christian Temperance and Bible Hygiene," pp. 123-26, 1890.

This is the science of the Brain’s ability to change no matter your age by proper thinking and development. The Brain was created to be ever learning and for the development of our intelligence and character. This is fabulous news considering the experiences of the past that can be of great hinderance to us. DO NOT DESPAIR even 60, 70, 80 year old people can strengthen the mind. I pray this understanding will help all no matter your circumstance; awful thoughts or experiences of the past or defects of character that need remedying. Even the scientist Michael Merzenich who lectures in the videos below and appears not believe in God sees that everything is possible because of the ability of the Brain for continual development throughout life.