Faith and works go hand in hand

A brother at the temple asked my husband about the name of the product I had referenced in my blog, that I credited with contributing to my husband’s recovery from a debilitating condition. As my sweetheart related their conversation to me, it seems he didn’t give a direct answer.

As I pondered his response I believe the answer can be found in his profound deep faith. As he endured the years of crisis and pain, he was promised in priesthood blessings that he would, in time, be well again . And he has recovered.

Despite our trust in the Lord’s ability to heal, we also believe the Lord has given us the council to use wisdom in all things. He expects us to strive to learn through our own study and take advantage of the things made available to us in our quest for health. I believe our Heavenly Father has provided many things in nature that will bring our bodies into balance. He also provided man with the gifts of intelligence, curiosity and perseverance enabling us to seek to discover and apply. I see it as part of our test… faith without works isn’t always enough.

Do I think Stem Enhance was the only thing we tried that he benefited from? No. I suspect some of the cleanses helped remove toxic chemicals from his body. But I could see a direct correlation between the time of product usage and the reduction and elimination if his debilitating headaches.

Likewise, as I begin to take the product, I will continue to use other protocols that I feel may be beneficial to my holding symptoms at bay. And I will not leave the power of priesthood blessings out of the equation.

Author: suerosier

In May of 2018, I was diagnosed with Parkinson's. After researching, I believe the symptoms began to manifest themselves years prior to last year. The purpose for my blog is to share what I have learned (with an index) to save others time as they seek for answers about, symptoms, therapies [and alternative things to try], tools I use, Parkinsonisms, recipes, strategies, clinical studies, words of encouragement or just enjoy the photos or humor.

4 thoughts on “Faith and works go hand in hand”

  1. Thanks for sharing your blog with me, Sue. What an inspiration you are to me and, I’m sure, to others who share your challenge—or, as your quote says, your “mountain to move.” We have work at the Bishop’s Storehouse tomorrow, but I will read more of your entries. I’m very interested in the brain, so the topic of stem cells will be of special interest to me. Take care, and I’ll look forward to working with you next Tuesday! Leah Stone

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    1. Thank you for your kind words, Leah, My interest in the product StemEnhance was piqued when it was first explained to us, that the stem cells are generated in the marrow of the bone and then released to go where the greatest need was, to restore health. It resonated with me.

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  2. Thank you for sending these. I am going to sit down and review each of them to see if they can help my dad. Your an encouragement to me to keep pressing forward through my health problem and endure to the end. See you at the Temple.

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