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Why I ignore the food police to eat whatever I wish

red meatAs a person who enjoys exercising regularly, I avoid overeating (gluttony) and keep my consumption of junk food to a minimum. But there aren’t many foods I turn down. I eat red meat, white meat, seafood, fruits, vegetables, whole grains, “bad” carbs, and, on occasion, I drink wine. All of this I do in moderation, of course. And I thank God for all of them.

Years ago, I used to be almost obsessed with studies done on food to let them determine what I should eat. That is, until the studies contradicted each other. One study would say eggs were bad. Then another would say eggs are good. One report would say red meat is bad. Another one would say red meat is good. Then as I started to find out about all of the things the global elitists and their New World Order wanted to impose on people, to my surprise controlling people’s diets was part of their socialist-false religion-oligarchy agenda. For me, it shed new light on Paul’s warning to Timothy about how it would be in the last days. On Paul’s list were the following words in 1 Timothy 4:

1 Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith

3 commanding to abstain from meats, which God hath created to be received with thanksgiving of them which believe and know the truth.

For every creature of God is good, and nothing to be refused, if it be received with thanksgiving:

For it is sanctified by the word of God and prayer.

If thou put the brethren in remembrance of these things, thou shalt be a good minister of Jesus Christ, nourished up in the words of faith and of good doctrine, whereunto thou hast attained.

I learned to take his words to heart and have started noticing that little-by-little, the elitists are attempting to pressure people to give up certain foods with claims that we will help out the environment by reducing our carbon footprint if we do or that it will lower healthcare costs by making us healthier. Paul states outright in the passage above that the move toward preventing red winepeople from eating meat is false doctrine. As long as I know the food is produced and prepared in a safe manner and isn’t dedicated to a false god, I’ll eat it with thanksgiving, sanctifying it by God’s word and prayer.

I’m determined now, more than ever, that whether I eat, or drink, or whatsoever I do, I’ll do it all to the glory of God (1 Corinthians 10:31). Besides, these global elitists (like former NY mayor Michael Bloomberg) who claim they give up certain foods tend to be hypocrites. It wouldn’t surprise me if they just make the claims for publicity sake while in private they still gorge on the food they claim to give up. They can try to guilt trip and brainwash all they want by sending out their food police, but since I continue to get a clean bill of health from my doctor and do all things in moderation with balance in my diet coupled with exercise, the food police can take a hike.

Harry A. Gaylord

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10 thoughts on “Why I ignore the food police to eat whatever I wish

  1. Harry,
    You said the move to control what people eat was a “socialist-false religion-oligarchy agenda.” Can you elaborate more on how this is false religion?

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    1. SonOfADeacon,

      Thanks for the question. Socialism and oligarchies are not only geopolitical systems but are a religion where the government and ruling class are seen as being gods. Therefore, if they say some things are forbidden for consumption, they believe their edicts should be followed, even by force of law if necessary (e.g. Michelle Obama’s school lunch program). Eastern mystic religions like Buddhism, Jainism, and Hinduism are a few religions that teach “asceticism”, or the giving up of certain things, so one can reach a state of godhood. Religions like these believe in reincarnation and that animals are inhabited by souls that may have once been human, so they forbid eating them. They also believe that killing animals for food upsets the order of the universe and killing them in such cases can hinder a person from reaching their ascended state of godhood.

      This is also similar to what some people behind the environmental movement believe. Many of them are into worshiping nature, especially Earth. Earth to them is the goddess Gaia and killing animals for food upsets her (Mother Nature), causing her to react in a negative way–i.e. it increases harmful carbons into the atmosphere. That’s the line they use to make their religion sound scientific to make it palatable to the masses.

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  2. I stand in agreement with you in part on what you have expressed about the “food police, of the one world government”. I disregard their dictation in all matters as they seek to control and destroy.
    We created by our Creator YHWH were given a mind to think for ourselves, that is a freedom every one has and to seek out His desire for us His creation. Having said this however, YHWH has made it clear that although He created everything to be received with Thanksgiving, everything was created for a purpose, and the purpose of some are not meant as food, YHWH’s Word, not mine. His people from the beginning and who walked with Yahusha Messiah (Jesus) early Relievers and followers, as well as Yahusha Himself knew this.
    The scriptures that the “church” uses to justify their disobedience and make their desire above His do not even mean what they say it means, and His commandments were not done away with by Yeshua/Jesus either. The penalty for sin which is transgression of the Law of God, which is eternal Death, He paid the price that we deserved, to reconcile us back to the Father, in order to restore all things back to Himself that was stolen by deception and loss of His Glory Covering. Not all things were created for food, and He has a reason for commanding/instructing/teaching Noah etc. of the things that were good for food. The did not eat Pig/pork.
    He did not mean that we can eat anything we desire and still be in His will. The vision of Peter was talking about gentiles and that He had included them in His Salvation.

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    1. Shalom,

      The Old Testament laws for food no longer apply. They were put in place by God for the protection of his people, who back then did not have the advances that we have to properly prepare some of those forbidden meats. The only thing the church leaders prohibited for food in Acts 15:29 were things offered to idols, things that were strangled, and things prepared in blood. The last two dealt with sanitary and humane concerns.

      [Not all things were created for food … The[y] did not eat Pig/pork.]

      So you’re contradicting what Paul said by the Holy Ghost in the scripture above. He said, “For every creature of God is good, and nothing to be refused, if it be received with thanksgiving.” I love bacon, pork chops, and pork roast, yet I don’t have high blood pressure or high cholesterol or any other disease they claim is pork-related. I also eat some seafood forbidden under the law. Paul just repeated what Jesus taught–

      18 And he saith unto them, Are ye so without understanding also? Do ye not perceive, that whatsoever thing from without entereth into the man, it cannot defile him;

      19 Because it entereth not into his heart, but into the belly, and goeth out into the draught, purging all meats?

      20 And he said, That which cometh out of the man, that defileth the man.

      21 For from within, out of the heart of men, proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications, murders,

      22 Thefts, covetousness, wickedness, deceit, lasciviousness, an evil eye, blasphemy, pride, foolishness:

      23 All these evil things come from within, and defile the man. Mark 7

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      1. I am sorry my friend, that you do not yet understand, and No, I am not contradicting Paul about anything. The contradiction that you see is because you do not rightly divide the word of Truth so you find it as a contradiction. I agree with you in this part of your statement “They were put in place by God for the protection of his people,” speaking of unclean animals.
        What Paul was talking about is the same subject that had to do with Peters vision of the net of unclean animals, and that vision was not about nor had anything to do with food, it was about people, “gentiles”. If you study in the Hebraic understanding of the culture and time these things were written in, rather than the Roman-Greek mindset, it would become clear to you.
        So this having been said, we will agree to disagree on this, because each has to hear His Holy Spirit, and His Spirit does not contradict His Word old or new. Yeshua (Jesus) was not preaching with the King James under His arm, but expanded the upon that which the Father had already established form the beginning of time. So believe what you wish, you do not answer to me as I do not answer to you.
        May prayer is that ABBA YHWH will speak someway loud and clear and cause you to understand. By the way, the replacement theology taught by most is also incorrect… but you probably don’t see that either. Never the less, thank you for your response.
        Shalom

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      2. Shalom,

        Please spare me the “you-can’t-possibly-understand-without-knowing-Hebrew” poppycock. The things in God’s word are “spiritually discerned,” (1 Corinthians 2:14). In 1 Timothy 4, the context is about false doctrines that will be pushed in the end times that Paul was warning about, so stop taking it out of context to somehow tie it in with Peter’s vision about Gentiles. That’s a totally different situation. I get really tired of people such as yourself who want to wrap the church in Hebrew legalism, then deny it, and then turn around to attack the kjv, which is based on 99% of manuscripts (including the Masoretic text) so you can pass yourself off as some “enlightened” person with more knowledge and a so-called “better” version of the Bible which is only based on 1% of manuscripts. Next you’ll be saying we all need to be physically circumcised. “By the works of the law shall no flesh by justified,” Galatians 2:16.

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  3. YHWH knows that I do not need to defend Him in this nor make any apology for trying to simply have a conversation with someone claiming they know Him. What you have written, That is not what I was saying at all, and do not consider myself any know it all, certainly not legalistic. However from the damming and emotion laden responses you spew, you certainly do not have ears to hear or eyes to see His Truth because your light in stuffed under a tightly closed dark mind, incapable of anything resembling a rational conversation with one who does Believe and desires only His Will to be done.
    I will no longer engage in any attempt to converse with you, because it is just throwing Pearls to swine to be trampled under foot. No wonder the Jews reject “Jesus” as Messiah, if you are an example of what you think he is “Jesus”, or that He himself taught from the Torah, He did not carry a King James under His arm.
    May Yahuah have mercy and somehow cause the scales to fall from your eyes.

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    1. [I do not need to defend Him in this nor make any apology for trying to simply have a conversation with someone claiming they know Him]

      Shalom, in “trying to simply have a conversation,” you revealed you actually came here with an agenda. That agenda was to introduce an incorrect context for what Paul was talking about to Timothy when he warned of people in the last days who would impose the false doctrine of forbidding to eat certain foods. Creating that false context allowed you then to put forth the idea that eating pork and certain other foods was wrong, according to both the law and the New Testament. Basically, you came to do exactly what Paul warned us about by twisting God’s word out of context, something that I personally hate, especially when the context is already crystal clear. So please spare me the feigned indignance.

      [I will no longer engage in any attempt to converse with you]

      In that case, I think I’ll go celebrate with a ham sandwich.

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