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So sorry to hear about your pain, sister, but יהוה does heal, whether now, or in the age to come. The only thing I know about MS (as much as I talk about natural stuff) is my recollection of an old Rodale book that recommended high dosages of vitamin E. This was not in the hundreds, bit THOUSANDS of IU's daily. Since vitamin E is an antioxidant, other vitamins such as A and C would be helpful too (and make sure you get a base of ALL the vitamins to work together). Make sure you have a doctor sympathetic to that idea to encourage you rather than discourage you and to help you with the administration of it. While that may not help pain directly, if your MS gets better, the end result may be less pain.

In the biblical foods, beside the 7 staples of Israel, there is also a lot said about almonds. That is high in vitamin E and of ALL the tests to show the priesthood, what did God use? Aaron's budding almond staff! That symbol of life had vitamin E in that ol' rod! LOL

I will fervently pray for you, and ultimately I trust this will have a great outcome. For some reason I believe the Spirit of God had me say this to you, so I don't say this lightly. It's not me saying this on my own, but God who will have you well. Fare well!
 
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I have R&R MS thaat is in the Final or Progressive Stage. I'm doing as well as can be expected on the Rebiff form of Interferon. I know I am not supposed to eat anything with flour because Gluten is supposed to be bad for us but in my case, I've had this since the seventies and I am a Southern Boy at heart. Take away my biscuits and my Cornbread and life is not worth living. MS is just tough on the body but God will see us through this part of life we, often, mistakenly call death. May God bless you.
 
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I have R&R MS thaat is in the Final or Progressive Stage. I'm doing as well as can be expected on the Rebiff form of Interferon. I know I am not supposed to eat anything with flour because Gluten is supposed to be bad for us but in my case, I've had this since the seventies and I am a Southern Boy at heart. Take away my biscuits and my Cornbread and life is not worth living. MS is just tough on the body but God will see us through this part of life we, often, mistakenly call death. May God bless you.
A warrior to the end. God bless you Bill.
 
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"Peace In The Valley"

Well, I'm tired and so weary
But I must go along
Till the Lord comes and calls me away
Where the morning's so bright
And the Lamb is the light
And the night, night is as fair as the day.

There will be peace in the valley
For me some day
There will be peace in the valley
For me, Oh Lord I pray
There'll be no sadness
No sorrow, no trouble I see
There will be peace
In the valley for me.

Well, the flowers will be blooming
And the grass will be green
And the skies will be clear and serene
Where the sun ever beams
In this valley of dreams
And no cloud will be seen.

There will be peace in the valley
For me some day
There will be peace in the valley
For me, Oh Lord. I pray
There'll be no sadness
No sorrow, no trouble I see
There will be peace
In the valley for me.

Well, the bear will be gentle
And the wolf will be tame
And the lion shall lay down
By the lamb, oh
And the beasts from the wild
Shall be led by a child
And I'll be changed,
Changed from this creature that I am.

There will be peace in the valley
For me some day
There will be peace in the valley
For me, Oh Lord I pray
There'll be no sadness
No sorrow, no trouble I see
There will be peace
In the valley for me

Bet you could play/sing that ... :)
 
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Probably several here with MS. Any helpful natural pain killers? Stretches to do? Has anyone had luck with any Diets for MS ?
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So sorry to hear about your pain, sister, but יהוה does heal, whether now, or in the age to come. The only thing I know about MS (as much as I talk about natural stuff) is my recollection of an old Rodale book that recommended high dosages of vitamin E. This was not in the hundreds, bit THOUSANDS of IU's daily. Since vitamin E is an antioxidant, other vitamins such as A and C would be helpful too (and make sure you get a base of ALL the vitamins to work together). Make sure you have a doctor sympathetic to that idea to encourage you rather than discourage you and to help you with the administration of it. While that may not help pain directly, if your MS gets better, the end result may be less pain.

In the biblical foods, beside the 7 staples of Israel, there is also a lot said about almonds. That is high in vitamin E and of ALL the tests to show the priesthood, what did God use? Aaron's budding almond staff! That symbol of life had vitamin E in that ol' rod! LOL

I will fervently pray for you, and ultimately I trust this will have a great outcome. For some reason I believe the Spirit of God had me say this to you, so I don't say this lightly. It's not me saying this on my own, but God who will have you well. Fare well!
Bless you brother (you are not a believer in Yeshua ?) :? you speak like one:topic
Thank you, we all need all the prayers offered to our Lord Father.
I received your prayer :amen God who will have you well.
Grateful someone is praying for me as i know no believers and am not able to attend church. I've studied on healing and have been healed many times before.
Im not sure if I have MS. I do drink almond milk, eat raw almonds and use almond flour, and do notice a small difference, so I will increase.
I had forgotten about the Vit E. Thank you. It's so much to remember.:thinking
What are the other Biblical foods???

BTW I've been watching Sir Isaac Newton videos on YouTube lately.
 
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"Peace In The Valley"

Well, I'm tired and so weary
But I must go along
Till the Lord comes and calls me away
Where the morning's so bright
And the Lamb is the light
And the night, night is as fair as the day.

There will be peace in the valley
For me some day
There will be peace in the valley
For me, Oh Lord I pray
There'll be no sadness
No sorrow, no trouble I see
There will be peace
In the valley for me.

Well, the flowers will be blooming
And the grass will be green
And the skies will be clear and serene
Where the sun ever beams
In this valley of dreams
And no cloud will be seen.

There will be peace in the valley
For me some day
There will be peace in the valley
For me, Oh Lord. I pray
There'll be no sadness
No sorrow, no trouble I see
There will be peace
In the valley for me.

Well, the bear will be gentle
And the wolf will be tame
And the lion shall lay down
By the lamb, oh
And the beasts from the wild
Shall be led by a child
And I'll be changed,
Changed from this creature that I am.

There will be peace in the valley
For me some day
There will be peace in the valley
For me, Oh Lord I pray
There'll be no sadness
No sorrow, no trouble I see
There will be peace
In the valley for me

Bet you could play/sing that ... :)
I wish I had had one of my performances singing that number as a special taped. As a kid I first heard Red Foley do that number and I did my best do it from the heart, just the way Red did.
 
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Bless you brother (you are not a believer in Yeshua ?) :? you speak like one:topic
Thank you, we all need all the prayers offered to our Lord Father.
I received your prayer :amen God who will have you well.
Grateful someone is praying for me as i know no believers and am not able to attend church. I've studied on healing and have been healed many times before.
Im not sure if I have MS. I do drink almond milk, eat raw almonds and use almond flour, and do notice a small difference, so I will increase.
I had forgotten about the Vit E. Thank you. It's so much to remember.:thinking
What are the other Biblical foods???

BTW I've been watching Sir Isaac Newton videos on YouTube lately.
Yes, I believe in ישוע too. I just used יהוה because I was reiterating your forum name. As for the other biblical foods it's wheat, barley, grapes (e.g. wine), figs, pomegranates, olives (olive oil) and dates. Proper meats are grazing animals that part the hoof and chew the cud, namely lamb, cattle (&Milk, butter and cheese from both), and for sea life scaly fish only. For birds chicken (& their eggs), turkey, duck, goose is OK, too but good luck getting the latter two unless you get one at your local park, LOL. The first two are more available. Keep in mind that wheat especially is subject to processing these days in the bread they make with additives. Maybe get a bread maker and make some yourself, or again something like Ezekiel bread which is somewhat better-- more expensive but then again one piece of bread is satisfying and filling.

As you can see, Sir Isaac Newton was a physicist interested in optics, an expert on mechanical motion (such as orbits of planets), and astronomer, a mathematician but most surprising of all is he was a theologian. He was into esoterica so he was fascinated by the book of Daniel, Revelation and numerical symbolism. He was also a historian and I think he learned 5 languages fluently. They criticize Newton for his obsession with alchemy which today's Christians consider witchcraft and superstition. But what you have to realize is that alchemy sought to do what only nuclear physics can do such as making another element from different ones (not just chemical reactions alone). Of course Newton did not know about nuclear physics then, but had he known, he would have been another Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. He definitely was ahead of his time. He arranged things so that they'd find his papers on religion hundreds of years later because he would have been on trial for heresy had he published them in his lifetime. So his work was intended for the man of the future to understand. They were discovered I think in the 1930's sometime as the end time approaches, although Newton did not believe the world order we know now would end before 2060.

Thanks for your post,and I will continuing praying for you.
 
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I have R&R MS thaat is in the Final or Progressive Stage. I'm doing as well as can be expected on the Rebiff form of Interferon. I know I am not supposed to eat anything with flour because Gluten is supposed to be bad for us but in my case, I've had this since the seventies and I am a Southern Boy at heart. Take away my biscuits and my Cornbread and life is not worth living. MS is just tough on the body but God will see us through this part of life we, often, mistakenly call death. May God bless you.
I'm from Texas ...That's how I feel about grits, cornbread dressing, and biscuits with homemade bacon or sausage gravy.
In the past with other issues it seems nothing helped me but did give me a lot of side effects, so I've given up the medical field.
I've been praying for you since I read this in another post.
 
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"Peace In The Valley"

Well, I'm tired and so weary
But I must go along
Till the Lord comes and calls me away
Where the morning's so bright
And the Lamb is the light
And the night, night is as fair as the day.

There will be peace in the valley
For me some day
There will be peace in the valley
For me, Oh Lord I pray
There'll be no sadness
No sorrow, no trouble I see
There will be peace
In the valley for me.

Well, the flowers will be blooming
And the grass will be green
And the skies will be clear and serene
Where the sun ever beams
In this valley of dreams
And no cloud will be seen.

There will be peace in the valley
For me some day
There will be peace in the valley
For me, Oh Lord. I pray
There'll be no sadness
No sorrow, no trouble I see
There will be peace
In the valley for me.

Well, the bear will be gentle
And the wolf will be tame
And the lion shall lay down
By the lamb, oh
And the beasts from the wild
Shall be led by a child
And I'll be changed,
Changed from this creature that I am.

There will be peace in the valley
For me some day
There will be peace in the valley
For me, Oh Lord I pray
There'll be no sadness
No sorrow, no trouble I see
There will be peace
In the valley for me

Bet you could play/sing that ... :)
In my early walk, I experienced several death dreams. The LOVE and PEACE is not any thing I've experienced on earth. This is true>
Romans 8:18 Our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us.
 
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Yes, I believe in ישוע too. I just used יהוה because I was reiterating your forum name. As for the other biblical foods it's wheat, barley, grapes (e.g. wine), figs, pomegranates, olives (olive oil) and dates. Proper meats are grazing animals that part the hoof and chew the cud, namely lamb, cattle (&Milk, butter and cheese from both), and for sea life scaly fish only. For birds chicken (& their eggs), turkey, duck, goose is OK, too but good luck getting the latter two unless you get one at your local park, LOL. The first two are more available. Keep in mind that wheat especially is subject to processing these days in the bread they make with additives. Maybe get a bread maker and make some yourself, or again something like Ezekiel bread which is somewhat better-- more expensive but then again one piece of bread is satisfying and filling.

As you can see, Sir Isaac Newton was a physicist interested in optics, an expert on mechanical motion (such as orbits of planets), and astronomer, a mathematician but most surprising of all is he was a theologian. He was into esoterica so he was fascinated by the book of Daniel, Revelation and numerical symbolism. He was also a historian and I think he learned 5 languages fluently. They criticize Newton for his obsession with alchemy which today's Christians consider witchcraft and superstition. But what you have to realize is that alchemy sought to do what only nuclear physics can do such as making another element from different ones (not just chemical reactions alone). Of course Newton did not know about nuclear physics then, but had he known, he would have been another Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. He definitely was ahead of his time. He arranged things so that they'd find his papers on religion hundreds of years later because he would have been on trial for heresy had he published them in his lifetime. So his work was intended for the man of the future to understand. They were discovered I think in the 1930's sometime as the end time approaches, although Newton did not believe the world order we know now would end before 2060.

Thanks for your post,and I will continuing praying for you.
Everything but barley, ducks, lambs-to cute to eat. More into goats milk and goat cheese. Ezekiel Bread is the best esp. grilled a little with butter/coconut oil, cinnamon/honey or maple syrup.
Sir Isaac Newton: Yes, he is most fascinating. Main reason my interest was his calculated prophecies, but so much more to him.
BTW did you mean those that called themselves christians in his day criticize Newton for his obsession with alchemy which today's Christians consider witchcraft and superstition? IDK ? todays believers don't think that, do they? Really I don't know. This subject has never come up before.
 
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Yes, but no matter what it is - my ex doctors could not prescribed a pain killer that worked.
Pain killers won't be effective for numerous malfunctions of the human body.

That's why it would be a smart move to find a new doctor, explain the problems/symptoms, and go from there. MS can be identified with a MRI, blood test, spinal tap. (Spinal tap is supposed to be the definitive test)

To try to self-diagnose and treat the symptoms yourself could potentially lead to further complications of a more serious nature.