About Me

I was planning on staying completely anonymous on this website because the Noahide topic is sensitive, and I know my enemy. I then thought about how I know my God and how mighty He is.

“The LORD is on my side; I will not fear: what can man do unto me?” Psalm 118:6

I never planned on putting anything on this website except sources showing the Noahide law plan, but I started to add other information.

My name is Marie and I am 37 years old. I asked Jesus into my life in July of 2015. I never went to church except a few times when I was a kid. Most of those times I was going to vacation Bible school. My parents were (and still are) lukewarm Christians. I love them with all my heart and pray for them every day!

10 years ago I got very ill. I could not walk and my memory became similar to that of someone with severe Alzheimer’s disease. It felt like it happened overnight. It likely was a few months, except I really had no concept of time. I found out I had Lyme disease, and around that time I also got a vaccine. My symptoms are similar to someone with chronic neurological Lyme disease as well as vaccine-induced autism. I have healed very slowly over the last 10 years and still struggle. The most drastic of my healing came when I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior.

I grew up with wonderful parents. They truly did their best to take care of my brother and I. I was always in some type of depression off and on, and my mom probably tried a little to hard to make me happy. I am so thankful for the nights she stayed awake and went to work the next morning to let me cry in her arms when I was a teen.

Looking back, I now believe I had neurological Lyme disease for most of my life, as well as some demonic influences I was opening myself up to. I believe the vaccine completely crashed my immune system, which allowed the Lyme bacteria to wreak havoc in my body when I was 27 years old.

I will be editing and adding to this information over time. It is tough because I am still physically weak, and it takes me so much longer to accomplish things than a healthy person.