Are you weary of bacon every day for breakfast? This post is all about healthy CHOICES! How about a dish of Greek yogurt full of fat with nuts and some frozen berries on top? Or even better a pancake with sugar free syrup? Don’t forget a Bullet Proof cup of coffee with a chocolate Fat Bomb for breakfast, or a mini cheesecake, why NOT!!!! – Be sure and watch the ENTIRE one hour video at the bottom of this post. The Shepherd’s Code is God’s way of eating to keep your temple operating at it’s peak, for His purpose.
Kristina Wilds supplies you with Bible scriptures that agree with today’s science that in order to burn fat, we must eat more fat. Watch this entire VIDEO. Consider joining “The Shepherds Code” if you want more personalized support while you transition into your vibrant new body. After you join, then you get support on Facebook.
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The Shepherd’s Code is biblically based. We are to eat more fat and less carbs. This discovery is validated by years of research by the woman who studied the Word of God from Genesis to Revelation to extend the life of her husband who had ALS. In the bible bread means all food in general. The following passages of the Word validate this meaning. In Genesis 43:16-31 “He said to him who was over his house, that he should bring the men–his brethren–home, and should slay what was to be slain, and should make ready; and afterwards, when they had made ready, and were to eat, be said, set on bread…(meaning that they should make ready the table; bread thus denoting all kinds of food.” We read concerning Jethro that, Aaron came, and all the elders of Israel to eat bread with Moses father-in-law before God (Exod. 18:12), where also bread denotes all kinds of food. In the Book of Judges:– Manoah said unto the Angel of Jehovah, Let us I pray detain thee, and let us make ready before thee a kid of the goats. And the Angel of Jehovah said unto Manoah, Though thou detain me, I will not eat of thy bread (Judges 13:15, 16). When Jonathan ate of the honeycomb, they told him that Saul had adjured the people, saying:– “Cursed be the man that shall eat bread this day” (1 Sam. 14:27, 28) Bread denotes all food. When Saul sat down to eat bread, be said unto Jonathan, Wherefore cometh not the son of Jesse to bread either yesterday or to-day? (1 Sam. 20:24, 27), meaning to the table, where were all kinds of food. We read concerning David that he said to Mephibosheth the son of Jonathan:– Thou shalt eat bread on my table continually (2 Sam. 9:7, 10). Solomon’s bread for each day was thirty cors of fine flour, and sixty cors of meal, ten fat oxen, and twenty oxen of the pastures, and a hundred sheep, besides the hart and the wild she-goat, and the antelope, and fatted fowl (1 Kings 4:22, 23), where bread plainly denotes all of these things. Bread means all kinds of food in general, it therefore signifies in the internal sense all those things which are called celestial foods, as may be still more evident from the burnt-offerings and sacrifices that were made of lambs, sheep, she goats, kids, he-goats, heifers, and oxen, which were called in one word the bread of the offering made by fire unto Jehovah, as is clearly evident from the following passages in Moses, where the various sacrifices are treated of, of which it is said that, “The priest should burn them upon the altar, the bread of the offering made by fire unto Jehovah, for an odor of rest” (Lev. 3:11, 16). “The sons of Aaron shall be holy unto their God, neither shall they profane the name of their God; because the offerings to Jehovah made by fire, the bread of their God, they do offer. Thou shalt sanctify him, because he offereth the bread of thy God. A man of the seed of Aaron in whom there shall be a blemish, shall not come nigh to offer the bread of his God (Lev. 21:6, 8, 17, 21). “Command the sons of Israel, and say unto them, My oblation, My bread for offerings made by fire, of an odor of rest, shall ye observe, to offer unto Me at their appointed time” (Num. 28:2) “He that toucheth an unclean thing shall not eat of the hallowed things, but he shall wash his flesh in water, and when the sun is down, he shall be clean; and afterwards he shall eat of the hallowed things, because this is his bread” (Lev. 22:6, 7).
POSTED on the Shepherd’s Code support page on Facebook today by a man. “I started the plan 11 days ago. Initially, I fasted for a period of time asking for deliverance, strength and willingness to commit. After fasting, of course, I cut out all processed sugars and the vast majority of carbohydrates from my diet. (God bless my lovely wife for supporting me!) I weighed in at 232 lbs prior to committing to TSC, and this morning my digital scale stopped at 215.2. God is good!”
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