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Devotional, September 6

September 6 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am ADT

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This showing was originally presented during our Prep Series #4. Should you have any further questions, comments, or feedback to include, feel free to let us know in the Private Portal Chat area and we’ll address them as soon as we’re back online. God bless… Enjoy! 💕

HEALTHFUL LIVING

Chapter 14 – Causes of Disease

Unhygienic Surroundings

#288. Filth is a breeder of disease.—The Review and Herald, February 4, 1896. {HL 66.4}

#289. A neglect of cleanliness will induce disease…. Stubborn fevers and violent diseases have prevailed in neighborhoods and towns that had formerly been considered healthy, and some have died, while others have been left with broken constitutions to be crippled with disease for life. In many instances their own yards contained the agent of destruction, which sent forth deadly poisons into the atmosphere, to be inhaled by the family and the neighborhood.—How to Live 4:61. {HL 66.5}

#290. Many suffer decayed vegetable matter to remain about their premises. They are not awake to the influence of these things. There is constantly arising from these decaying substances effluvium that is poisoning the air. By inhaling the impure air, the blood is poisoned, the lungs become affected, and the whole system is diseased. Disease of almost every description will be caused by inhaling the atmosphere affected by these decaying substances.—Ibid. {HL 66.6}

#291. If a house be built where water settles around it, remaining for a time and then drying away, a poisonous miasma arises, and fever and ague, sore throat, lung diseases, and fevers will be the result.—How to Live 4:64. {HL 67.1}

Flesh Diet

#292. The mortality caused by eating meat is not discerned…. Animals are diseased, and by partaking of their flesh we plant the seeds of disease in our own tissues and blood.—Unpublished Testimonies, November 5, 1896. {HL 67.2}

Homework:

  1. At the end of the week, review each day of your recorded schedule to identify any areas where there may be room for improvement :-)
  2. Log your meals (“as is”) from Sunday to Sabbath (Saturday):
    a) What you eat,
    b) How much of each thing you eat, and
    c) What time to what time you eat it.

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September 6
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9:00 am - 10:00 am ADT
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