The 10 plagues against Mitsraim (Egypt) were judgments against the false deities of the land, to show the descendants of Yisra’el (Israel) and the people of the land Who was the true God.
This recipe comes to us from the late John Christopher, N.D. He was asked during a seminar to help people naturally overcome the bubonic plague or similar illness if access to traditional medical care was limited because of a catastrophe. The recipe he developed became known colloquially as “plague remedy.”
This recipe has proliferated all over the Internet over the past 10 years. People gather together in plague remedy clubs to make these recipes in bulk for members, because some of the steps can be time-consuming.
Commercial preparations of this recipe can be purchased online for $60 per pint. The work involved goes into the price.
However, the beauty of this recipe is that whether you are making one gallon or 10 gallons, the recipe takes about the same amount of time to make. You are simply limited by the same amount of time to make. You are simply limited by the amount of herbs and the size of your kitchen stove.
The recipe we’re showing you here makes a gallon of remedy, which would cost $480 if you bought this amount in a store or online.
Culinary captain: Ellie Agee. Host and narrator: Tammy.
The people of Israel didn’t follow Moshe (Moses) initially. Moshe didn’t believe that Pharaoh would hear him either. God affirmed Moshe yet God told Moshe and Aaron to go to Pharaoh anyway. God had a plan to elevate Moshe and Aharon (Aaron) in the eyes of Pharaoh and the people of Israel.
The first three plagues were unleashed on Mitsraim (Egypt) but the magicians of Mitsraim have the same power and Pharaoh doesn’t want to believe that the hand of the Creator is at work in Moshe and Aharon.
In Genesis 12 we hear God’s great command to Abram “go forth from your country” to establish God’s ambassadorial nation, Israel. We also see the great man of faith, Abram, needed to mature in his faith, as we do. Continue reading Genesis 12 — the first promise to Abram