Yesterday in the Upper Room Sabbath Assembly, we watched Pastor G. Steven Simons, of Triumph in Truth Ministries, give a very good lesson about a question that many believers ask.
We’d like to invite you to watch it, too! It’s not long, but we think you will find it enlightening!
Pastor Gary is on a mission…He is touring the whole country preaching on “Returning To The Ancient Paths” in an exciting RV Outreach Event, which is next in Casper, Wyoming. You can find out more about him at: https://triumphintruth.global
In our quest for Truth, we ran across Dr. Kevin Homer, of Ft. Worth, TX. He has some pretty interesting observations in the latest entry in his Blog…
by Kevin Homer, MD. – August 1, 2021
If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.
― Walt Whitman
“How should we define victory in the war on the pandemic? My vision may surprise you. I think our objective should be not dying. Death rates should be our success metric, and the preservation of our institutions and freedoms our goal. We can accomplish this by making smart individual decisions, not sweeping collective ones. We cannot allow our society to be fractured into camps of the vaccinated and unvaccinated.
“The universal vaccination mandates sweeping across our nation now are more dangerous than the current wave of SARS-CoV-2 infections. Don’t believe me? Check out the CDC’s COVID Data Tracker. Deaths from COVID-19 are at their lowest levels since the pandemic began. Yet on pain of job loss, we are pushing vaccines into the arms of our young who have the most to lose and least to gain.” CLICK HERE TO READ COMPLETE ARTICLE.
If you want to know what his credentials are…
“Kevin Homer, MD has extensive experience as a hospital based anatomic and clinical pathologist. Certified in anatomic and clinical pathology by the American Board of Pathology, with a subspecialty certification in cytopathology, Dr. Homer has practiced at Texas Health Huguley Hospital since completing a fellowship in surgical pathology and flow cytometry at UT Southwestern Medical Center in 1994. Dr. Homer also attended residency in anatomic and clinical pathology at UT Southwestern Medical Center and was selected as chief resident in 1992. He received the Stembridge Award in Pathology at graduation from Southwestern Medical School in 1989. In addition to his medical and pathology education, Dr. Homer has earned bachelor’s degrees in mathematical physics and history, and holds a master’s degree in medical management from UT Dallas.
“Dr. Homer is president of Texas Pathology Consultants, PA. He is laboratory medical director at Texas Health Huguley Hospital where he has held numerous medical staff offices, including medical staff president, and has served as chair and member of numerous medical staff committees. Dr. Homer is also laboratory medical director at Texas Health Hospital Mansfield since its opening December 1, 2020, and he is currently the hospital’s chief of staff.” – Bio
Until next time…
Gene and LaVada