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Revival Sermon The Rapture Of The Church Part 3


Oakwood Free Will Baptist Church in Oakwood, TN was the host of this Revival Series with Guest Speaker Brother Cecil Boswell.  Brother Cecil Boswell is the Pastor at Friendship Free Will Baptist Church in Ashland City, TN.

If you missed it tonight there was part 3 of the Revival Sermon at Oakwood Free Will Baptist Church with Guest Speaker Brother Cecil Boswell from Friendship Freewill Baptist Church in Ashland City, TN.
https://youtu.be/sqYqRIlQxlI
To Check out the entire Series and more go tohttp://www.oakwoodfwb.com/podcasts/


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Revival Sermon Day 3 Proof Of The Love Of God


Oakwood Free Will Baptist Church in Oakwood TN

Presents their Guest Speaker

Brother Cecil Boswell

(Pastor of Friendship Free Will Baptist Church, Ashland City, TN)

Brother Cecil worked as a Mechanical Engineer For the U.S. Navy.


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Revival Week at Oakwood Free Will Baptist Church “The Rapture Of The Church Pt. 2” 3/23/15


Great Night of Music

led by Eric Sims

&

Sermon by

Guest Speaker Brother Cecil Boswell from

Friendship Free Will Baptist Church, Ashland City TN

Brother Cecil worked as a Mechanical Engineer For the U.S. Navy.

He uses scripture along with mathematics to explain The Rapture of Revelations.

Podcasts available at http://www.oakwoodfwb.com/podcasts/


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Revival Week At Oakwood Free Will Baptist Church End Times /Rapture


Revival Week At Our Church

Guest Speaker Brother Cecil Boswell

Friendship Free Will Baptist Church in Ashland City TN

Speaking At Oakwood Free Will Baptist Church, Oakwood TN

Brother Cecil worked as a Mechanical Engineer For the U.S. Navy.

He uses scripture along with mathematics to explain The Rapture of Revelations.

Thank You For Viewing

Hope that you have learned as much as we have.

Tammye Honey


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Today is Boob Pancake Day


Yes we make jokes about our Mammograms and they actually used to feel like the garage door had closed down on them.  Now it is a must have yearly if you really would like to be a woman who cares about your body.  I am heading to get my yearly mammogram and yes I blog about it to remind women around the world to schedule theirs.  It might just save your life.

I schedule my GYN exam and my yearly physical within the same week of each other each year so that I do not forget.  Then I schedule my Mammogram at my yearly physical to get my referral.  That way once a year my body has been through the microscope and I am finished and do not have to worry for another year.

May 2011 Cancer Again

Have you made your appointment?  Get on the phone.  It may save your life.

 


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Just when life seems crazy…It gets crazier


So my rash cleared up thanks to a shot and 14 days of antibiotic.  Within a few days it was back and stronger yet.
Luckily I had a scheduled follow up visit with the doctor any ways so I dragged my body in there yesterday.
Trust me, I would have rather have stayed in bed.  Every joint in my body aches.  The change in weather has not helped.

Our visit was quite interesting as she sat and listened and saw the rash again, noticed that I still had difficulty breathing.
We discussed the blood test that had been drawn for my pre allergy test.  I found it odd that it suddenly showed that I was
now allergic to beef, pork and milk…on a severe level.  As she put it guess what they are fed…corn…so she felt that it was
not odd at all.

I am now in the process of being tested for a problem called Alpha Gal.
According to http://alpha-gal.org/  :

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Lone Star Tick

Galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose, or Alpha-Gal for short, is a delayed allergy to mammal meat affecting a growing number of the population. This allergy is initially caused by a tick bite. Since the reaction to eating mammal meat is delayed by several hours, the proper diagnosis is often missed or misdiagnosed. People who are afflicted with the Alpha-Gal allergy have to be constantly vigilant about the ingredients they consume, because an allergic reaction can be severe and life-threatening.
By getting the attention of the food service industry, particularly in schools, colleges and universities, and restaurants, sufferers will get relief.  Adding beef broth to soup and calling it vegetable soup or adding bacon drippings to gravy can be life-threatening to people with the Alpha-Gal allergy. By including Alpha-Gal allergy information on menus or even more specifically, having ingredient lists available upon request, the constant worry will be eliminated from eating out.

Empower.

AGAA will strive to empower those with this allergy. Living with the Alpha-Gal allergy can be quite stressful, because many activities are planned around food, and it is often almost impossible to know the ingredients in many dishes. This problem can render a simple meal into an anxiety-provoking situation for people with the allergy, because they are very aware of the possibility they could be unknowingly ingesting food that contains an undisclosed allergen. By getting attention for this allergy, it is AGAA’s hope that those affected will be better able to cope with this allergy, due to others’ increased awareness and subsequent conscientiousness regarding food preparation.

Mission Statement

Enlighten. Empower. Eradicate.

The mission of Alpha-Gal Allergy Awareness team is to promote health and ultimately, save the lives of those afflicted with the Alpha-Gal allergy through increased allergy awareness.

Awareness Disclaimer

The materials and information on this page, along with any articles or other links, are for informational and educational purposes, intended to promote awareness and are not, nor intended to constitute or replace, medical or other health science advice or treatment. Alpha-Gal Allergy wareness strives for the information on the page to be accurate, but much of the information is opinion of others, including information contained in articles, so AGAA disclaims any warranty of any kind, whether express or implied, as to any matter whatsoever relating to this site.  In no event shall AGAA be liable for any indirect, special, incidental, general or consequential damages arising out of any use of or reliance on any content of this website. This is strictly an awareness site and no connection to the medical field is present.

I am now on an antibiotic for the next fourteen days and I had to get another shot.  Now I have to go for a series of blood tests and see an allergist.

Perhaps after this I will begin to feel a little better and my body will begin to stop aching.  Guess I will never be able to enjoy red meat or pork or dairy again.

There goes my bacon cheeseburgers.  Needless to say I have a big pot of homemade chicken noodle soup cooking.  My biggest fear is what did they feed the chicken.