Thank you so much for the many letters I received this past week. You have no idea how much they encourage me. I read every letter. Please keep them coming.
"Hi Rev. Malkmus, I appreciate the work you do and thought I would add my two cents to this ‘Health Care’ debate. I am poor and disabled. I don’t do The Hallelujah Diet as well as I might, but it sure has helped me. I am living on disability but I’m not nearly as disabled as I was before adopting The Hallelujah Diet. Doctors told me there was ‘no hope for me and that changing diet would not help prevent me from being crippled up with arthritis.' Nice encouragement coming from my doctor, huh! Well, the Hallelujah Diet got me going and I have greatly improved but I’m not all the way cured yet. Sadly, government-provided free health care only pays for drugs which they try and force me to accept. This free health care won’t pay for anything that will help improve my health, only for drugs that harm me. There is a free clinic near me, but all it wants to do is suck me into a system that causes greater harm to my body, the same kind of Health Care that made me worse before adopting The Hallelujah Diet. Real health care comes from God. Sadly the stuff government provides us poor folk is ever more poisonous drugs that can never heal. Rev. Malkmus, I’d be far better off without ‘free health care’ continually pressuring me to take their poisons. Thank you and keep up the good work.” Maria
"Brother Malkmus, I think I have read every one of your past Health Tips since the very first one. But this past Health Tip's article ‘Does Health Care Reform Endanger the Poor’ was the very best and I agree with you 100%. Keep up the great ministry." Dale H., Ohio
"Brother George, you ‘hit the ball out of the park’ with Health Tip #677. Thank you so much for your explanation of why Health Care Reform does not help the poor. Instead, it keeps the poor in a vicious system that enslaves them." Marilyn
"Thank you, Brother George, for speaking out so honestly about our personal responsibility to care for our own health and well-being. We can’t leave it to a government which is trying to march us toward Marxism. God’s Word warns us that in the Last Days perilous times will come. Thank you for having the courage to put political correctness aside and let the truth be known." Ron
"Anyone, whether they be rich or poor, who thinks turning over their ‘health care’ to the government is a good thing has not thought the matter through. You, Rev. Malkmus, have thought the matter through. Drugs are an assault on health. Sick care is not health care at all, but supports a giant money making industry that has no interest in people’s health. Health Care Rev. Malkmus is what you teach. It is active and not passive, and is proper for rich or poor. Turning one’s health over to any other person is extremely dangerous even if they wear a white coat." Jacquie W.
"Hi, Brother George. You are right on about the health care problem and solution. More emphasis on personal responsibility and less dependence on government is what our country needs. I hurt, as you do, for those who are uninformed or ill-informed about how to avoid disease. Let’s continue to preach the word ‘You don’t have to be sick’ and ‘Only Jesus saves.’" Doug P., Tennessee
“I first learned about Hallelujah Acres 15 years ago when I saw you, Rev. Malkmus, on the 700 Club. Before learning of The Hallelujah Diet I had been on the couch for 3 years with debilitating arthritis. I ordered your book, but before it even arrived I was on The Hallelujah Diet. By the time your book arrived I was already off the couch and two weeks later was back working again. I just wanted to thank you for being on the 700 Club that day so many years ago and telling me what I needed to hear so that I could regain my health. Have a good day!” Rev. John P., Arizona