The Outside Force – The Law

God started fulfilling the promise to Abraham by giving him a child named Isaac. Isaac’s son was Jacob, later called Israel. Jacob fathered Joseph, whom God sent to E
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How to Fix the Heart

Notice that there is nothing inherently wrong with alcohol, tobacco, food, credit cards, or sexual desires. What is wrong is with our heart. Tearing up the credit
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We Cannot Love Both God and Food

We love the master that we obey. And we obey the master we love. We cannot love both God and food. Either we will hate the one and love the other or we
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How to Fall in Love with God

How do you fall in love with God? Well, how did we fall in love with food? What happened was our hearts became enslaved to food by obeying the food. When t
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Run to God for Comfort

Running to God for comfort and solutions makes sense. Do you need a counselor? He knows all truth, and His Word is a light unto your path. Do you need a friend? He is t
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Put on the New Life

Put on the new life, be born again, and be a new creation by putting the Thin Eater behaviors and mindset into practice. Live like Jesus Christ in all humility and
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Turning from Idols

Anyone who has ever spoken on behalf of God turns people from idols. That is the purpose of The Tablet. True religion necessitates that we turn heart, soul, mind, an
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Our Bodies are Wonderfully Made!

Our bodies are wonderfully made, and the body instantly knows when something is wrong, from something as small as a paper cut to a broken bone, and it insta
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Change Your Heart, Not the Food

Simply put… God wants us to work on our heart and soul being pure and righteous, rather than working on making the food clean and righteous and the enviro
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How to Sense an Internal Leading

Apart of living a righteous life is to have respect for how God made the body. Listen to the internal cues as all animals do. If you are thirsty, drink. I
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