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Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD

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hemyd wrote:
>
> Much has been written about how effective exercise can be in controlling
> blood glucose, and many surveys have been conducted. Naturally my writing is
> not new.
>
> I ask any newly diagnosed diabetic to try this "experiment" - Measure your
> blood glucose an hour after some carby meal. Then hop on an exercise bike
> (or go for a run), for about half an hour. Make it intensive - until you're
> sweating; then measure your blood glucose again.... Note the difference.
>
> Intensive Exercise is what my diabetic nurse suggested I do when I was
> diagnosed. It is interesting to see it (measure it) in action.
>
> I have many times succumbed to temptation and eaten stuff I should not have,
> with a resultant blood glucose spike.

Smarter to http://WDJW.net/Guard (Proverbs 4:23) the heart by holding
to the right amount, which is 32 ounces, of daily food and thereby not
fall into temptation with the consequence of overeating.

Yes, right amount (omer) control as Chris Malcolm, MU, **and** Rod
Eastman are doing is much more sophisticated and smarter:

http://groups.google.com/group/alt.support.diet.low-carb/msg/8d2ef74488074acf?

and

http://groups.google.com/group/sci.med.cardiology/msg/da03131060efa3b5?

**and**

http://groups.google.com/group/sci.med.cardiology/msg/522ce5c058224656?

Be hungrier, which really is wonderfully healthier especially for
diabetics and other heart disease patients:

http://groups.google.com/group/sci.med.cardiology/msg/9642aafa0aad16eb?

... because we mindfully choose to openly care with our heart,

Andrew <><
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Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD
EmoryIMVC.org Cardiologist
and Author of the 2PD-OMER Approach:
http://groups.google.com/group/sci.med.cardiology/msg/9ad0c19df5ffc2f7?

Jimmy Alpha

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Nov 20, 2011, 9:43:29 AM11/20/11
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On 11/20/2011 2:51 AM, sightwalker with a phd said:
>
> Smarter to http://WWJD.net/Guard (Proverbs 4:23) the heart by holding
> to the right amount, which is 32 ounces, of daily food and thereby not
> fall into temptation with the consequence of overeating.
>
> Yes, right amount (omer) control as Chris Malcolm, MU, **and** Rod
> Eastman are doing is much more sophisticated and smarter:

Sightwalker, you keep saying the above people endorse your *QUACK* diet,
yet fully one third of your endorsors has publicly refuted your claim
here in this group of following the "omar" plan. I'll show in this
excerpt from a post on 11/18/2011 at 2:17 PM. And I don't believe this
is the first time Rod has posted he was dieting and not omaring? Hence
in light of this account from Rod (11/18/2011 at 2:17 PM) the only
ethical thing for you to do is retract your assertion and admit it was
over zealous folly on your part. Not to do so could bring cancer or some
other pox on you/your family? Jn 5:14

nhra...@gmail.com wrote:
"I'm not going to continue my involvement in this hang Andrew Chung
fest as it serves no useful purpose. I do want to point out that I
am on Andrew's diet and am losing weight SLOWLY this time, as well as
reducing my food intake so that my body can adjust to it. I am not
having any problems and will eventually make it to 32 ounces daily."

Jimmy Alpha GeD



Full text of Rod's post follow;
Can be found under subject Re: What I (and many others) Think Of Andy
Chung with a time stamp of 11/18/2011 at 2:17 PM.

On 11/18/2011 2:16 AM, Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD wrote:
> On Nov 17, 12:35 pm, Rod<nhraf...@gmail.com> wrote:
> , but at present it is mostly
>> harassment and libel that you post.
>>
>> That is just the way it is...
>
> That's the way it is, because it's tit for tat. Andrew gives as good
> as he gets and vice versa.
> Great Sage Itchy, Happy Oyster and myself have adopted Andrew B.
> Chung's methods of attack to give him a taste of his own medicine and
> in mockery.
>
> I often find it amusing that the methods of attack you object to the
> most are of a pattern established by Andrew B. Chung.
>
> Not all medical advice is sound.
>
> Not all who sound like Christians by spouting Christian vernacular and
> using Bible verses are genuine Christians.
>
> Many well known false Christians are heavily defended by those who
> have been easily deceived.
>
> Hundreds of people who donated tens of thousands of dollars and
> hundreds of hours of personal time, to support and propagate Harold
> Camping's prediction that the Rapture would occur on May 21st 2011,
> are a prime example of the easily deceived.
>
> They run on emotion rather than Biblical literacy. Biblically
> literate people like myself, who are taught by Biblically literate
> teachers, knew Harold Camping's predictions to be invalid.
>
> Just as I know most of what Andrew B. Chung writes to be invalid.


I'm not going to continue my involvement in this hang Andrew Chung
fest as it serves no useful purpose. I do want to point out that I
am on Andrew's diet and am losing weight SLOWLY this time, as well as
reducing my food intake so that my body can adjust to it. I am not
having any problems and will eventually make it to 32 ounces daily.

It's more a matter of training your body to use the intake more
efficiently, and it is working well at this point. I am on the diet
and following my doctors instructions concerning it. I am not starving
to death, I'm not dying from some terrible malady associated with it,
nor are me teeth rotting out of my head nor has my hair fallen out.

In short, you guys are carrying this way to far. Not one of you,
NOT ONE has seen me, spoken one on one with me, nor have viewed
my medical records.

99and 9/10's percent of what is published here about Andrew and his
diet is libel. Putting me on youtube is not evidence, however, beginning
a civil suit to determine the truth is, and I will gladly make an
appearance in a courtroom where i can prove whom I am to everyone's
satisfaction, as well as making my medical records available to those
seeking to view them.

My intention in doing this is to give everyone some peace of mind
and end this unceasing harassment of Andrew, particularly the racial
bigotry that has been spewing forth.

So many of you people need to come to the realization that if it were
not for the genius of the Chinese peoples, most of us would still be
back in the stone age, hunting our food with stone axes and clubs.

There is absolutely no excuse for racial bigotry, and no defense of it
is legitimate.

Ken

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Nov 20, 2011, 11:06:50 AM11/20/11
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Rod

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Nov 20, 2011, 11:13:19 AM11/20/11
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On 11/20/2011 1:51 AM, Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD wrote:
> hemyd wrote:
>>
>> Much has been written about how effective exercise can be in controlling
>> blood glucose, and many surveys have been conducted. Naturally my writing is
>> not new.
>>
>> I ask any newly diagnosed diabetic to try this "experiment" - Measure your
>> blood glucose an hour after some carby meal. Then hop on an exercise bike
>> (or go for a run), for about half an hour. Make it intensive - until you're
>> sweating; then measure your blood glucose again.... Note the difference.
>>
>> Intensive Exercise is what my diabetic nurse suggested I do when I was
>> diagnosed. It is interesting to see it (measure it) in action.
>>
>> I have many times succumbed to temptation and eaten stuff I should not have,
>> with a resultant blood glucose spike.
>
> Smarter to http://WDJW.net/Guard (Proverbs 4:23) the heart by holding
> to the right amount, which is 32 ounces, of daily food and thereby not
> fall into temptation with the consequence of overeating.
>
> Yes, right amount (omer) control as Chris Malcolm, MU, **and** Rod
> Eastman are doing is much more sophisticated and smarter:
>

Andrew, you need to remove my name from among those doing
Omer control. I am not down to 32 ounces of intake daily
as the above has claimed. And in light of reading your
Exodus 16:16 declaration, I will not be taking it down
that far.

Rod.

Jimmy Alpha

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Rod,
I remember at least two other times you have posted how the 32oz per day
omer diet wasn't working for you, why would He allow Jimmy to know and
the Holy Ghost not make it manifested to sightwalker when they were
posted in sightwalker's very newsgroup sci.med.cardiology group? That
Rod has got to give you reason to pause and rethink if a man who walks
only by sight and not faith is one you wish to ally with as a spiritual
mentor?

One of the times you were dropping weight if I remember correctly, so
fast your real doctor said you should stop it and start counting
calories instead? If I'm in error please correct me as I hate it when
I'm called a liar over such trivial things as your diet plan or using
the word fracture versus rupture or even quack vs phony.
Jimmy Alpha GeD

Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD

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Nov 20, 2011, 6:03:05 PM11/20/11
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Rod wrote:
> Andrew, in the Holy Spirit, boldly wrote:
> > hemyd wrote:
> >>
> >> Much has been written about how effective exercise can be in controlling
> >> blood glucose, and many surveys have been conducted. Naturally my writing is
> >> not new.
> >>
> >> I ask any newly diagnosed diabetic to try this "experiment" - Measure your
> >> blood glucose an hour after some carby meal. Then hop on an exercise bike
> >> (or go for a run), for about half an hour. Make it intensive - until you're
> >> sweating; then measure your blood glucose again.... Note the difference.
> >>
> >> Intensive Exercise is what my diabetic nurse suggested I do when I was
> >> diagnosed. It is interesting to see it (measure it) in action.
> >>
> >> I have many times succumbed to temptation and eaten stuff I should not have,
> >> with a resultant blood glucose spike.
> >
> > Smarter to http://WDJW.net/Guard (Proverbs 4:23) the heart by holding
> > to the right amount, which is 32 ounces, of daily food and thereby not
> > fall into temptation with the consequence of overeating.
> >
> > Yes, right amount (omer) control as Chris Malcolm, MU, **and** Rod
> > Eastman are doing is much more sophisticated and smarter:
>
> Andrew, you need to remove my name from among those doing
> Omer control. I am not down to 32 ounces of intake daily
> as the above has claimed.

You are controlling the amount you are eating are you not?

> And in light of reading your
> Exodus 16:16 declaration, I will not be taking it down
> that far.

This physician ( http://WDJW.net/HeartDoc ) did not write Exodus 16:16
where it is written that the LORD prescribed one right amount of food
for everyone.

It is written that Ezekiel was prescribed 20 shekels (4 oz) of food
daily for several hundred days to look emaciated for the prophecy of
famine. So 32 oz which is 8 times what Ezekiel ate is far from
famine.

How many ounces are you eating per day anyway?

...because we mindfully choose to openly care with our heart,

Jimmy Alpha

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Nov 20, 2011, 6:33:27 PM11/20/11
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On 11/20/2011 6:03 PM, sightwalker with a phd said:
> Rod wrote:
>> Andrew, in the Holy Spirit, boldly wrote:

>>> Yes, right amount (omer) control as Chris Malcolm, MU, **and** Rod
>>> Eastman are doing is much more sophisticated and smarter:
>>
>> Andrew, you need to remove my name from among those doing
>> Omer control. I am not down to 32 ounces of intake daily
>> as the above has claimed.
>
> You are controlling the amount you are eating are you not?

If Rod eats other than 32oz of food a day he is not an omerite, and
shouldn't be advertised as one. To do otherwise is missing the mark of a
truthful person.

>
>> And in light of reading your
>> Exodus 16:16 declaration, I will not be taking it down
>> that far.
>
> This physician ( http://WWJD.net/HeartDoc ) did not write Exodus 16:16
> where it is written that the LORD prescribed one right amount of food
> for everyone.
>
> It is written that Ezekiel was prescribed 20 shekels (4 oz) of food
> daily for several hundred days to look emaciated for the prophecy of
> famine. So 32 oz which is 8 times what Ezekiel ate is far from
> famine.
>
> How many ounces are you eating per day anyway?

If other than 32oz is wrong, why does it matter?

Perhaps now is a good time for you to pronounce a pox on Rod for failing
to follow your quacky advice to a tee? How could Rod have failed you so?

We weep with you sightwalker.
Jimmy Alpha GeD

Rod

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Nov 20, 2011, 9:10:52 PM11/20/11
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Yes, you're right. I was going to fast and not giving my body enough
time to adjust to it. I had to increase my intake and maintain a steady
weight for several months before trying to lose more. I am still dieting
and losing just over a pound a week, no more than that. losing more than
3 pounds a week is going to fast.

Rod

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Nov 20, 2011, 9:15:54 PM11/20/11
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On 11/20/2011 5:03 PM, Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD wrote:
> Rod wrote:
>> Andrew, in the Holy Spirit, boldly wrote:
>>> hemyd wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Much has been written about how effective exercise can be in controlling
>>>> blood glucose, and many surveys have been conducted. Naturally my writing is
>>>> not new.
>>>>
>>>> I ask any newly diagnosed diabetic to try this "experiment" - Measure your
>>>> blood glucose an hour after some carby meal. Then hop on an exercise bike
>>>> (or go for a run), for about half an hour. Make it intensive - until you're
>>>> sweating; then measure your blood glucose again.... Note the difference.
>>>>
>>>> Intensive Exercise is what my diabetic nurse suggested I do when I was
>>>> diagnosed. It is interesting to see it (measure it) in action.
>>>>
>>>> I have many times succumbed to temptation and eaten stuff I should not have,
>>>> with a resultant blood glucose spike.
>>>
>>> Smarter to http://WDJW.net/Guard (Proverbs 4:23) the heart by holding
>>> to the right amount, which is 32 ounces, of daily food and thereby not
>>> fall into temptation with the consequence of overeating.
>>>
>>> Yes, right amount (omer) control as Chris Malcolm, MU, **and** Rod
>>> Eastman are doing is much more sophisticated and smarter:
>>
>> Andrew, you need to remove my name from among those doing
>> Omer control. I am not down to 32 ounces of intake daily
>> as the above has claimed.
>
> You are controlling the amount you are eating are you not?

My meals are already prepared. I order them from the nutritionist
at the hospital. 2 - 20 ounce meals per day plus 1 -12 ounce
breakfast.


>
>> And in light of reading your
>> Exodus 16:16 declaration, I will not be taking it down
>> that far.
>
> This physician ( http://WDJW.net/HeartDoc ) did not write Exodus 16:16
> where it is written that the LORD prescribed one right amount of food
> for everyone.
>
> It is written that Ezekiel was prescribed 20 shekels (4 oz) of food
> daily for several hundred days to look emaciated for the prophecy of
> famine. So 32 oz which is 8 times what Ezekiel ate is far from
> famine.
>
> How many ounces are you eating per day anyway?

2 - 20 ounce meals per day plus 1 -12 ounce
breakfast.

Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD

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Nov 20, 2011, 9:52:00 PM11/20/11
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Rod wrote:
> Andrew, in the Holy Spirit, boldly wrote::
That is 52 ounces. Why 52 ounces instead of 32 ounces?

Rod

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Nov 20, 2011, 9:58:28 PM11/20/11
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Unfortunately, this is the second time I've seen this posted. And
I've said several times that I am not down to 32 ozs. daily, but what
continues to bother me is that you have not removed my name from your
claim without being asked to do so. I am not oblivious to the fact that
the Holy Spirit of God also knows my intake and that your claim is not
based on fact. This puts you in direct disobedience to God, and if it
is a willful sin then...Hebrews 6:4-6, Hebrews 10:26-29,
2nd Peter 2:20-22.

Rod

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Nov 20, 2011, 10:06:07 PM11/20/11
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I am taking my body down slowly, giving it time to adjust. The last
time I lost weight to quickly and became ill and weak, with a visit
to the hospital for an overnight stay. My doctor is presently very
happy with my progress, and I feel great.

Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD

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Was that last time while holding to 32 ounces of daily food?

Rod

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Nov 20, 2011, 10:29:32 PM11/20/11
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No, I didn't have a chance to get down that far. I was down to
41 ounces daily for 16 days before I became ill.

Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD

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Nov 20, 2011, 11:41:51 PM11/20/11
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On Nov 20, 8:13 am, Rod <nhraf...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
>    Andrew, you need to remove my name from among those doing
>    Omer control. I am not down to 32 ounces of intake daily
>    as the above has claimed. And in light of reading your
>    Exodus 16:16 declaration, I will not be taking it down
>    that far.

It takes a long time to develop different eating habits. I personally
prefer an eating habit as opposed to an eating discipline. Disciplines
have to me maintained and become a drag. I'm not sure how much I eat
these days volume wise, as far as an exact number goes, but I do know
it's a progressively smaller amount as time goes on. And it may be
around 2 lbs. But I'm on the go too much, eating away from home, to be
able to put exact controls on what I eat, or *exactly* how much. But
I'm still afforded the opportunity to eat less and make healthier item
choices.

As far as a diet based on Scripture goes, the Seventh Day Adventists
do have a proven very healthy eating plan. The SDA's of Loma Linda,
California are considered by many to be the healthiest community in
the United States, with the greatest longevity.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zp0lguR6z2A

So, if I were to adopt a diet based solely upon on Scripture, I'd go
for that one which over a long period of time, has been proven to
work. I'd never subscribe to the SDA / Ellen G. White ideologies/
theologies as a whole, but the diet itself has been proven to work.
But of course, it's a lot easier to subscribe to something like that,
when everyone around you is doing the same.

One rule of thumb to go by is; If God didn't make it, don't eat it.
There are no chocolate eclair trees.

Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD

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On Nov 20, 12:04 pm, Jimmy Alpha <jimmy_al...@operamail.com> wrote:

> Rod,
> I remember at least two other times you have posted how the 32oz per day
> omer diet wasn't working for you, why would He allow Jimmy to know  and
> the Holy Ghost not make it manifested to sightwalker when they were
> posted in sightwalker's very newsgroup sci.med.cardiology group? That
> Rod has got to give you reason to pause and rethink if a man who walks
> only by sight and not faith is one you wish to ally with as a spiritual
> mentor?

That's a very good point, Jimmy, which we often neglect. Prayer and
faith. God calls our physical bodies His temple. So it seems quite
obvious He will supply us with what it takes to keep these temples
clan and fit, if we seek Him first in this.

A brother I attend a Tuesday Bible study with, is desiring to lose
some weight and become fitter. So I suggested that he and I become
prayer partners for each other's fitness routines.
The results of the power of prayer along these lines can be
phenomenal. And I hope in a few months, we can give inspiring
testimonies about how much of a difference praying for each other
made.

Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD

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On Nov 20, 3:33 pm, Jimmy Alpha <jimmy_al...@operamail.com> wrote:

>
> If other than 32oz is wrong, why does it matter?
>
> Perhaps now is a good time for you to pronounce a pox on Rod for failing
> to follow your quacky advice to a tee? How could Rod have failed you so?
>
> We weep with you sightwalker.
> Jimmy Alpha GeD

This is what it boils down to. A scientist or physician gets a
brainstorm that consumes him. He becomes obsessed with it and is
determined that his theory becomes an established fact, beyond all
reason. When his theory fails to become recognized as an established
fact, or becomes universally panned, or is proven to be a flop, he
just becomes more obsessively determined to push it.

I just read a case involving Dr. John Money, who was so determined
that his theory become recognized as fact, it brought about disastrous
results. And the in the aftermath of those disastrous results, he was
still determined to push it. He became obsessed beyond all reason.
http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/dr-money-boy-with-no-penis/

Fortunately in the case of Dr. Sightwalker, the disastrous results of
his obsession seem limited to a negative impact upon him personally
(and perhaps his colleague Dr. Courtney "MU" Brown) and the
destruction of the sci.med.cardiology newsgroup.

Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD

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Nov 21, 2011, 12:50:31 AM11/21/11
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On Nov 20, 6:10 pm, Rod <nhraf...@gmail.com> wrote:

>    Yes, you're right. I was going to fast and not giving my body enough
> time to adjust to it. I had to increase my intake and maintain a steady
> weight for several months before trying to lose more. I am still dieting
> and losing just over a pound a week, no more than that. losing more than
> 3 pounds a week is going to fast.
>
>   If I'm in error please correct me as I hate it when

Rod, a pound a week is fantastic progress. We get fat without
cognitively working at it. We don't say to ourselves, "I want to gain
20 extra pounds of fat in x amount of time". It just happens. One day
we end up having to buy larger clothes. It's like, bam!, you're fat.
Weight loss should be be like that too. One day you realize you're on
the last notch of your belt, and you have to buy smaller clothes. You
didn't strive for it, it just happens by itself, so to speak, as a
result of your eating habits. That's the difference between an eating
discipline and an eating habit.

I'm not even into weighing oneself often. Because you don't want to
see what looks like a lack of results and become discouraged. Just
know that if it continues, eventually those pants will become too
loose to wear.

And also see your doctor every six months along with getting blood
work done, to monitor progress along those lines and to make sure
you're keeping it healthy. It's really cool to see your LDL numbers go
down and your HDL numbers go up etc.

From 230 to 160 (38" pants to 32" pants) in one year (approx 1.3 lbs
loss per week), by simply slowly developing a habit of eating less
(and better) and becoming more active.

No diet plan, no regimen. Just better lifestyle habits.

Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD

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On Nov 20, 10:34 pm, "Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD" <lov...@thetruth.com>
wrote:



> If you are on blood pressure medication(s), it is possible that the
> reason you became ill is because your hypertension was getting better
> so that you needed those medication(s) reduced.

Absolutely. I was taking a relatively low daily dose of Lisinopril,
but eventually as I continued to lose weight, I became borderline
hypotensive and started feeling tired, achy, woozy etc. As I began
being weaned off the blood pressure medication, those symptoms
dissipated.

These days I only have those symptoms because I'm cursed for annoying
Dr. Chung ha ha.
Actually these days I often have so much energy, I need to exercise
just to burn it off.

> Be hungrier

The less I eat, the less hungry I feel. Which of course is why I eat
less. These days lunch usually ends up being something like a bottle
of Gatorade and an apple, and maybe half a sandwich.

Drinking lots of liquid, especially water, is essential to weight
loss. Thrust can mimic hunger and likewise, keeping extra hydrated
will often keep you from feeling hunger pangs between meals.

Today's inspirational video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbH1iqRulac

Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD

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Nov 21, 2011, 3:43:52 AM11/21/11
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<burp> we had a Thanksgiving buffet at the fellowship I attend Sunday
eve, and I'm still feeling the effects.

I'd like to see Doc Andy at one of those, holding up the line by
weighing each portion of turkey and trimmings while making his
calculations LOL.

"Why is there a lab coat and a fright wig hanging on a coat rack
blocking the line?"
"That's Dr. Chung"

Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD

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someone whose name has been blotted from GOD's Book of Life wrote:
>
> <burp> we had a Thanksgiving buffet at the fellowship I attend Sunday
> eve, and I'm still feeling the effects.
>
> I'd like to see Doc Andy at one of those, holding up the line by
> weighing each portion of turkey and trimmings while making his
> calculations

This physician ( http://WDJW.net/HeartDoc ) weighs his meal (not
individual food items) right before giving thanks to the LORD for the
**amount** in ounces that He has provided:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/WDJW/196255898065

Bottom line concerning you:

http://groups.google.com/group/sci.med.cardiology/msg/be51c482109ff735?

Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD

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On Nov 21, 1:40 am, "Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD" <lov...@thetruth.com>
wrote:
> someone whose name has been blotted from GOD's Book of Life wrote:

Wouldn't it be interesting to see Andy provide a concise, link free,
straightforward explanation of precisely why this person's name was
blotted from God's Book of Life?

You know, so it could be printed and shown to a few Bible teachers for
appraisal.

Nah, ain't gonna happen.

Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD

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someone whose name has been blotted from GOD's Book of Life wrote:

> Wouldn't it be interesting to see Andy provide a concise, link free,
> straightforward explanation of precisely why this person's name was
> blotted from God's Book of Life?

The reason is simply lying to someone in the Holy Spirit is lying to
the Holy Spirit:

"Then Peter (in the Holy Spirit) said, 'Ananias, how is it that satan
has so filled your heart that you have lied to the Holy Spirit and
have kept for yourself some of the money you received for the land?
Didn’t it belong to you before it was sold? And after it was sold,
wasn’t the money at your disposal? What made you think of doing such a
thing? You have not lied just to human beings but to GOD.' When
Ananias heard this, he fell down and died. And great fear seized all
who heard what had happened." (Acts 5:3-5)

someone whose name has been blotted from GOD's Book of Life wrote:
>
> <burp> we had a Thanksgiving buffet at the fellowship I attend Sunday
> eve, and I'm still feeling the effects.
>
> I'd like to see Doc Andy at one of those, holding up the line by
> weighing each portion of turkey and trimmings while making his
> calculations

Source:
http://groups.google.com/group/sci.med.cardiology/msg/52ff4b8b4947454c?

Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD

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Maybe, after sorting through the typical Andrew Chung link maze (hey,
it's a slow day in the office), I found something weakly resembling a
supposed reason why a person's name has supposedly been blotted out
from "God's Book of Life".

>> With all due love (Romans 13:8) and kindness (Ephesians 4:32), can
>> you, Brian, still publicly say "Jesus is LORD" with your mouth?
>
> Those like you, Brian, who have had their names blotted from the
> LORD's Book of Life cannot answer the above yes/no question with a
> written affirmative.

Andrew B. Chung, always claiming the Holy Spirit gift of discernment,
should be well aware that this person has posted YouTube videos of
himself saying "Jesus is Lord". Which Andrew has acknowledged on his
website, which he claims this person is unable to access :-)

So, the answer of course is an affirmative yes; yes I can say "Jesus
is Lord" with my mouth. Publicly. On YouTube.

Of course that still doesn't explain why, according to Andrew B.
Chung, claiming to be writing through the Holy Spirit, this person's
name has supposedly been blotted out from "God's Book of Life" / "the
LORD's Book of Life". The Bible calls it the "Lamb’s Book of Life"
BTW.

So, that really brings this person back to the original question of;
Wouldn't it be interesting to see Andy provide a concise, link free,
straightforward explanation of precisely why this person's name was
blotted from "God's Book of Life"?

You know, so it could be printed and shown to a few Bible teachers for
appraisal?

And before Andrew Chung asks this person post or re-post a YouTube
video of himself on YouTube, this person will, be reading the
following statement on YouTube:

"The meaning of saying "Jesus is Lord" in 1 Corinthians 12:3 is, not
that no one has physical ability to say that Jesus is Lord unless
aided by the Holy Spirit, since all people can say this; but that no
one will be disposed heartily to say it; no one will acknowledge him
as their Lord; it can never happen that anyone will confess him as the
true Messiah who has not been brought to this state by the agency of
the Holy Spirit".

And then this person will probably elaborate further. This person has
been planning on making some YouTube videos expressing his Holy Spirit
guided convictions regarding Biblical Scripture and various
theologies, concepts, conjecture and the like, and this seems as good
a place as any to begin.

It should be noted that while the Holy Spirit does indeed guide us in
interpreting the answers to these matters, He doesn't necessarily
provide us with a rock solid interpretation in all instances (like
this one). Hence, someone saying they're currently being *guided* by
the Holy Spirit to arrive at a correct interpretation. A lot of people
stop letting the Holy Spirit guide them, way short of the mark of
having arrived at a rock solid interpretation, and end up with a
flimsy or incorrect interpretation, which they end up sticking to for
the rest of their life. Unable/unwilling to let the Holy Spirit guide
them further.

Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD

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On Nov 21, 4:43 am, "Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD" <lov...@thetruth.com>
wrote:
> someone whose name has been blotted from GOD's Book of Life wrote:
>
> > Wouldn't it be interesting to see Andy provide a concise, link free,
> > straightforward explanation of precisely why this person's name was
> > blotted from God's Book of Life?
>
> The reason is simply lying to someone in the Holy Spirit is lying to
> the Holy Spirit:
>
> "Then Peter (in the Holy Spirit) said, 'Ananias, how is it that satan
> has so filled your heart that you have lied to the Holy Spirit and
> have kept for yourself some of the money you received for the land?
> Didn’t it belong to you before it was sold? And after it was sold,
> wasn’t the money at your disposal? What made you think of doing such a
> thing? You have not lied just to human beings but to GOD.' When
> Ananias heard this, he fell down and died. And great fear seized all
> who heard what had happened." (Acts 5:3-5)

Can anyone find where in that passage it says Ananias' name was
blotted from the Lamb's Book of Life?

And please, no opinions.

Rod

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It doesn't, but then dropping dead at the Presence of God
is more than enough for the moment.


>
> And please, no opinions.
>

Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD

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Rod wrote:
> someone whose name has been blotted from GOD's Book of Life wrote:
>> Andrew, in the Holy Spirit, boldly wrote:
>>> someone whose name has been blotted from GOD's Book of Life wrote:
>>>
>>>> Wouldn't it be interesting to see Andy provide a concise, link free,
>>>> straightforward explanation of precisely why this person's name was
>>>> blotted from God's Book of Life?
>>>
>>> The reason is simply lying to someone in the Holy Spirit is lying to
>>> the Holy Spirit:
>>>
>>> "Then Peter (in the Holy Spirit) said, 'Ananias, how is it that satan
>>> has so filled your heart that you have lied to the Holy Spirit and
>>> have kept for yourself some of the money you received for the land?
>>> Didn’t it belong to you before it was sold? And after it was sold,
>>> wasn’t the money at your disposal? What made you think of doing such a
>>> thing? You have not lied just to human beings but to GOD.' When
>>> Ananias heard this, he fell down and died. And great fear seized all
>>> who heard what had happened." (Acts 5:3-5)
>>
>> Can anyone find where in that passage it says Ananias' name was
>> blotted from the Lamb's Book of Life?
>
> It doesn't, but then dropping dead at the Presence of God
> is more than enough for the moment.

Indeed, there is no reason for someone to drop dead in the presence of
GOD if their name were still in His Book of Life. Think about it.

Be hungrier, which really is wonderfully healthier especially for the
heart:

http://groups.google.com/group/sci.med.cardiology/msg/f882137d4e2858d8?

... because we mindfully choose to openly care with our heart,

Andrew <><
--
Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD
EmoryIMVC.org Cardiologist
and Author of "Trust the Truth -
Only the truth can cure the 'hunger is starvation' delusion:"
http://www.amazon.com/Trust-Truth-hunger-starvation-delusion/dp/1440147663/

"no one can say 'Jesus is LORD' except by the Holy Spirit."(1Cor12:3)
http://groups.google.com/group/sci.med.cardiology/msg/035c93540862751c?

Only the truth can cure the "hunger is starvation" delusion:
http://groups.google.com/group/sci.med.cardiology/msg/74281ab7d7ce78de?

Jimmy Alpha

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On 11/21/2011 8:52 AM, sightwalker with a phd said:
> Rod wrote:
>> someone whose name has been blotted from GOD's Book of Life wrote:
>>> Andrew, in the Holy Spirit, boldly wrote:
>>>> someone whose name has been blotted from GOD's Book of Life wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Wouldn't it be interesting to see Andy provide a concise, link free,
>>>>> straightforward explanation of precisely why this person's name was
>>>>> blotted from God's Book of Life?
>>>>
>>>> The reason is simply lying to someone in the Holy Spirit is lying to
>>>> the Holy Spirit:
>>>>
>>>> "Then Peter (in the Holy Spirit) said, 'Ananias, how is it that satan
>>>> has so filled your heart that you have lied to the Holy Spirit and
>>>> have kept for yourself some of the money you received for the land?
>>>> Didn’t it belong to you before it was sold? And after it was sold,
>>>> wasn’t the money at your disposal? What made you think of doing such a
>>>> thing? You have not lied just to human beings but to GOD.' When
>>>> Ananias heard this, he fell down and died. And great fear seized all
>>>> who heard what had happened." (Acts 5:3-5)
>>>
>>> Can anyone find where in that passage it says Ananias' name was
>>> blotted from the Lamb's Book of Life?
>>
>> It doesn't, but then dropping dead at the Presence of God
>> is more than enough for the moment.
>
> Indeed, there is no reason for someone to drop dead in the presence of
> GOD if their name were still in His Book of Life. Think about it.

Everyone who dies is in the presence's of God, even a sparrow doesn't
fall on the ground without the Father.
Jimmy Alpha GeD

Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD

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Nov 21, 2011, 9:50:31 AM11/21/11
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In this context, dying in the presence of GOD means dying before
someone who is in the Holy Spirit as Bob Pastorio died on Fool's day
before this physician ( http://WDJW.net/Healer ) who is in the Holy
Spirit and as Ananias & Sappira died before Peter, who was in the Holy
Spirit.

Patiently (Ephesians 4:2) asking you, Jimmy, yet again:

With all due love (Romans 13:8) and kindness (Ephesians 4:32), can
you, Jimmy, **still** publicly say "Jesus is LORD" with your mouth?

Jimmy Alpha

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Pardon? Again andypoo you make it up as you go to fit your own agenda.

> as Bob Pastorio died on Fool's day
> before this physician ( http://WDJW.net/Healer ) who is in the Holy
> Spirit and as Ananias& Sappira died before Peter, who was in the Holy
> Spirit.

It is appoint for all to die, Bob is just one of many, even Methuselah
is dead.

> Patiently (Ephesians 4:2) asking you, Jimmy, yet again:
>
> With all due love (Romans 13:8) and kindness (Ephesians 4:32), can
> you, Jimmy, **still** publicly say "Jesus is LORD" with your mouth?

Yes, by the voice-box, or larynx which much like the heart comes out the
mouth.

The only sounds made from the mouth are really much like the sounds made
from the anus other that the clicking of the tongue and gnashing of the
teeth. I hope that helps in your continuing education?
Jimmy Alpha GeD

Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD

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Nov 21, 2011, 10:26:48 AM11/21/11
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Lie.

Rod chose to write the phrase "dying in the presence of GOD" to denote
"dying before someone in the Holy Spirit." The Holy Spirit is GOD.

Why are you still lying before this physician (
http://WDJW.net/HeartDoc ) who is in the Holy Spirit?

One possible (Matthew 19:26) explanation would be that you no longer
have Him indwelling in your mind (i.e. your name has been blotted from
GOD's Book of Life).

>> as Bob Pastorio died on Fool's day
>> before this physician ( http://WDJW.net/Healer ) who is in the Holy
>> Spirit and as Ananias& Sappira died before Peter, who was in the Holy
>> Spirit.
>
>It is appoint for all to die, Bob is just one of many, even Methuselah
>is dead.

Lie.

Not all are appointed to die as evident by the fact that neither Enoch
nor Elijah are dead.

>> Patiently (Ephesians 4:2) asking you, Jimmy, yet again:
>>
>> With all due love (Romans 13:8) and kindness (Ephesians 4:32), can
>> you, Jimmy, **still** publicly say "Jesus is LORD" with your mouth?
>
> Yes ...

Prove it.

Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD

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On Nov 21, 5:52 am, "Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD" <ach...@emory.edu>
wrote:


>
> Indeed, there is no reason for someone to drop dead in the presence of
> GOD if their name were still in His Book of Life. Think about it.

That is an *opinion* based on conjecture.

You need more than your opinion to pronounce the Judgement that this
person's name has been blotted from the Book of Life.

You need to back up your pronouncement of Judgement with *Scripture*

And we both know you can not do that.

Therefore you have committed a False Judgement. A False Judgement that
you claim to have been given Authority from the Holy Spirit to
pronounce.


Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD

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Nov 21, 2011, 10:36:23 AM11/21/11
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Exactly. It doesn't. So this means Andrew B. Chung's public
proclamation that this person's name has been blotted from the Book of
Life, based on Acts 5:3-5 is... False.

> but then dropping dead at the Presence of God
> is more than enough for the moment.

No, it is not. Andrew B. Chung just made the very most serious
Judgement that can possibly be made. And now he needs to account for
his having made it.

Please don't aid him in trying to slither away from this most solemn
responsibility. He needs to either account for it or repent of it.

I'll address the other holes *after*

Jimmy Alpha

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Lol, I have a Bible, please point me to passages where dying in the
presence of GOD means dying before someone who is in the Holy Spirit?

> Rod chose to write the phrase "dying in the presence of GOD" to denote
> "dying before someone in the Holy Spirit." The Holy Spirit is GOD.

What Rod said above makes not a hill of beans for truth if it can't be
backed up with the Bible. It is much like the omer diet, an opine.

> Why are you still lying before this physician (
> http://WWJD.net/HeartDoc ) who is in the Holy Spirit?

I have told no lies, if you feel I have point it out and I'll be ever so
happy to interpret my meaning. When doing so be concise with no links.
So quote what you think is the lie and why would work the best. remember
the only letters after my name are Jr. and GED

> One possible (Matthew 19:26) explanation would be that you no longer
> have Him indwelling in your mind (i.e. your name has been blotted from
> GOD's Book of Life).

You need to find a well grounded church/pastor/shrink and stop listening
to the voices in your head andypoo.

>>> as Bob Pastorio died on Fool's day
>>> before this physician ( http://WDJW.net/Healer ) who is in the Holy
>>> Spirit and as Ananias& Sappira died before Peter, who was in the Holy
>>> Spirit.
>>
>> It is appoint for all to die, Bob is just one of many, even Methuselah
>> is dead.
>
> Lie.
>
> Not all are appointed to die as evident by the fact that neither Enoch
> nor Elijah are dead.

Yet, but if they lived, they will die as it is appointed unto men once
to die.

>>> Patiently (Ephesians 4:2) asking you, Jimmy, yet again:

Have patience andypoo, you nag like an old lady.


>>> With all due love (Romans 13:8) and kindness (Ephesians 4:32), can
>>> you, Jimmy, **still** publicly say "Jesus is LORD" with your mouth?
>>
>> Yes ...
>
> Prove it.

How old are you andypoo, 6?

Jimmy Alpha GeD

Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD

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On Nov 21, 7:55 am, Jimmy Alpha <jimmy_al...@operamail.com> wrote:

>
> Lol, I have a Bible, please point me to passages where dying in the
> presence of GOD means dying before someone who is in the Holy Spirit?

Jimmy, wouldn't you rather pin Andy down for playing God by falsely
pronouncing Eternal Judgement upon someone first?

Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD

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>>>>>> Indeed, there is no reason for someone to drop dead at the presence of
>>>>>> GOD if their name were still in His Book of Life. Think about it.
>>>>>
>>>>> Everyone who dies is in the presence's of God, even a sparrow doesn't
>>>>> fall on the ground without the Father.
>>>>
>>>> In this context, dying at the presence of GOD means dying before
>>>> someone who is in the Holy Spirit
>>>
>>> Pardon? Again andypoo you make it up as you go to fit your own agenda.
>>
>> Lie.
>
> Lol, I have a Bible, please point me to passages where dying in the
> presence of GOD means dying before someone who is in the Holy Spirit?

The lie here is in your written statement:

"Again andypoo you make it up as you go to fit your own agenda." --
Jimmy Alpha

... which has been proven to be a lie since the source of the phrase
"dropping dead at the Presence of GOD" is from Rod and not this
physician ( http://WDJW.net/Healer ) as all can witness above and in
the Google archives.

Source:
http://groups.google.com/group/sci.med.cardiology/msg/f75dbb1ec6d8f347?

Again, why are you still lying before this physician (
http://WDJW.net/HeartDoc ) who is in the Holy Spirit?

Again, one possible (Matthew 19:26) explanation would be that you no
longer have Him indwelling in your mind (i.e. your name has been
blotted from GOD's Book of Life).

Patiently (Ephesians 4:2) asking you, Jimmy, again:

Please kindly (Ephesians 4:32) prove that you **still** can publicly
say "Jesus is LORD" with your mouth since you have written that you,
Jimmy, still can and since 1 Thessalonians 5:21 mandates that we prove
all things.

Jimmy Alpha GeD

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No, I'm not here to pin anything on andypoo. I stopped by to ask a
question, but caught up in the insanity. lol,

I already know andypoo's Bible knowledge is sub par, and most here know
it too, so why beat that dead horse?
Jimmy Alpha GeD

ken

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He sure is one fucked up POS

Jimmy Alpha GeD

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What Rod said isn't true on his word, and you agreeing with doesn't make
it anymore true. Hence I see you making up stuff to fit your agenda as
master/voice of group.

Jimmy Alpha with a real GeD, and often a tad or more high on
hydrocodones... Flavor of the day, NORCO

--
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mistaken as medical or religious advice. I'm not a real doctor nor a
real pharmacist not even a real pastor, just poster with opinion.

Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD

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>> ... which has been proven to be a lie since the source of the phrase
>> "dropping dead at the Presence of GOD" is from Rod and not this
>> physician ( http://WDJW.net/Healer ) as all can witness above and in
>> the Google archives.
>>
>> Source:
>> http://groups.google.com/group/sci.med.cardiology/msg/f75dbb1ec6d8f347?
>>
>> Again, why are you still lying before this physician (
>> http://WDJW.net/HeartDoc ) who is in the Holy Spirit?
>
> What Rod said isn't true on his word, and you agreeing with doesn't make
> it anymore true.

It is simply correct to interpret that Rod's "dropping dead at the
Presence of GOD" means "dropping dead before someone who is in the
Holy Spirit" in this context of discussing Acts 5:3-5 above.

Thus, you continue to lie by writing that what Rod wrote isn't true.

Again, why are you still lying before this physician (
http://WDJW.net/HeartDoc ) who is in the Holy Spirit?

Again, one possible (Matthew 19:26) explanation would be that you no
longer have Him indwelling in your mind (i.e. your name has been
blotted from GOD's Book of Life).

Patiently (Ephesians 4:2) asking you, Jimmy, a 3rd time here:

Rod

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I said that in response to the story about Ananias. There is NO
reason to lie to God. Should Ananias have spoken the truth to God
he well might have been fine, and received valuable advice from
God. Perhaps his wife also might have lived.





>
>> Why are you still lying before this physician (
>> http://WWJD.net/HeartDoc ) who is in the Holy Spirit?
>
> I have told no lies, if you feel I have point it out and I'll be ever so
> happy to interpret my meaning. When doing so be concise with no links.
> So quote what you think is the lie and why would work the best. remember
> the only letters after my name are Jr. and GED
>
>> One possible (Matthew 19:26) explanation would be that you no longer
>> have Him indwelling in your mind (i.e. your name has been blotted from
>> GOD's Book of Life).
>
> You need to find a well grounded church/pastor/shrink and stop listening
> to the voices in your head andypoo.

How about you and I back out of the way and let God decide what is what ?

Rod

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On 11/21/2011 7:52 AM, Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD wrote:
> Rod wrote:
>> someone whose name has been blotted from GOD's Book of Life wrote:
>>> Andrew, in the Holy Spirit, boldly wrote:
>>>> someone whose name has been blotted from GOD's Book of Life wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Wouldn't it be interesting to see Andy provide a concise, link free,
>>>>> straightforward explanation of precisely why this person's name was
>>>>> blotted from God's Book of Life?
>>>>
>>>> The reason is simply lying to someone in the Holy Spirit is lying to
>>>> the Holy Spirit:
>>>>
>>>> "Then Peter (in the Holy Spirit) said, 'Ananias, how is it that satan
>>>> has so filled your heart that you have lied to the Holy Spirit and
>>>> have kept for yourself some of the money you received for the land?
>>>> Didn’t it belong to you before it was sold? And after it was sold,
>>>> wasn’t the money at your disposal? What made you think of doing such a
>>>> thing? You have not lied just to human beings but to GOD.' When
>>>> Ananias heard this, he fell down and died. And great fear seized all
>>>> who heard what had happened." (Acts 5:3-5)
>>>
>>> Can anyone find where in that passage it says Ananias' name was
>>> blotted from the Lamb's Book of Life?
>>
>> It doesn't, but then dropping dead at the Presence of God
>> is more than enough for the moment.
>
> Indeed, there is no reason for someone to drop dead in the presence of
> GOD if their name were still in His Book of Life. Think about it.

Yes, lying to God was his final act. Ananias and his wife both sinned
mortally right up to the time of their deaths. Their names would have
been removed from the Book of Life. No fellowship with God ever again,
it's a horrible fate.

Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD

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On Nov 21, 8:51 am, Jimmy Alpha GeD <jimmy_al...@operamail.com> wrote:
> On 11/21/2011 11:19 AM, Dr. Brian Gene Kelley, PhD wrote:
>
> > On Nov 21, 7:55 am, Jimmy Alpha<jimmy_al...@operamail.com>  wrote:
>
> >> Lol, I have a Bible, please point me to passages where dying in the
> >> presence of GOD means dying before someone who is in the Holy Spirit?
>
> > Jimmy, wouldn't you rather pin Andy down for playing God by falsely
> > pronouncing Eternal Judgement upon someone first?
>
> No, I'm not here to pin anything on andypoo. I stopped by to ask a
> question, but caught up in the insanity. lol,

That's seems to always be his agenda. Mazes and gobbledygook.
And now that I've got him pinned to the mat, he's going to use you and
Ron to go off on side tangents. Again, that's not how Andrew B. Chung
would operate if he was a mature Spirit filed Christian.
That's how a charletan

Jimmy Alpha GeD

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