Temple

By: Ellen G. White Let none who profess godliness regard with indifference the health of the body, and flatter themselves that intemperance is no sin, and will not affect their spirituality. A close sympathy exists between the physical and the moral nature. The standard of virtue is elevated or degraded by the physical habits…. AnyContinue reading “Temple”

Temperance: Our appetites

By: Gabriela Yareliz From the book Temperance. No matter what you believe, this has to do with your connection to God, and your mental and physical power. Why must we abstain from certain things? When we indulge in certain “appetites,” what do we bring upon ourselves? I will be studying this, and how we can findContinue reading “Temperance: Our appetites”