I intended to stay anonymous on this website because the Noahide topic is sensitive, and I recognize who my adversary is. I then regarded how well I know my God and how powerful He is.
“The LORD is on my side; I will not fear: what can man do unto me?” Psalm 118:6
Marie is my name, and I am 39 years old. In July 2015, I repented and decided to follow Jesus as King and Lord of my life and the world. Except for a few occasions as a child, I never went to church. Most of those times, I was attending vacation Bible school and Sunday school.
My parents were (and continue to be) lukewarm Christians. I adore them and pray for them daily!
I became very ill twelve years ago. I couldn’t walk, and my memory deteriorated to the level of someone suffering from severe Alzheimer’s.
It felt like I became disabled instantly. It was possibly a few months, but I had no perception of time. A doctor diagnosed me with Lyme disease, and I received a vaccine around the same time.
My symptoms are comparable to those of someone suffering from chronic neurological Lyme disease, and vaccine-induced autism. I’ve been healing for the last twelve years, but I’m still struggling. My healing was most profound when I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior.
My parents were fantastic when I was growing up. They did everything they could to look after my brother and me. When I was depressed, my mom tried a little too hard to cheer me up. I am so grateful for the nights my mom stayed up late and went to work the next morning to let me cry in her arms. Although, now I feel totally guilty.
In retrospect, I believe I had neurological Lyme disease for most of my life. I likewise believe there were demonic influences that I was exposing myself to. Sure, it was only music, a few horoscope books I read a few times, marijuana, and other drugs. These things absolutely affect you spiritually, though. I was 27 years old when I got sick. I believed the vaccine destroyed my immune system, allowing the Lyme bacteria to wreak havoc in my body.
Over time, I will edit and add to this information. It’s difficult because I’m still weak, and I take a long time to complete tasks compared to someone healthy.