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- [Narrator] The followingprogram is sponsored by CBN.
- [Woman] Coming up, antibioticsare enemy number one.
- They'll kill the good guysas well as the bad guys.
- [Woman] Enemy number two is--
- [Woman] What we typicallyeat for breakfast,
lunch, and dinner.
- [Woman] And processedfoods are a triple threat.
- Gotta shut off the faucetand stop hurtin' the gut.
- [Woman] Find out what'seating your gut bacteria.
- [Man] Gotta figure outfirst what's trashing the gut.
- [Woman] And how to build a better gut.
On today's 700 Club.
- [Man] You've gotta stop hurting it.
- Welcome, ladies andgentlemen, to this edition
of The 700 Club.
Our feature on gut floraand the biomicrobe biome
has just been enormously successful.
We normally have, in ourprogram, 10,000 telephone calls
We've got up to 40,000 interms of people interested
in that material and we'lltell you more about it
but we've got a big show today.
Lorie'll be here but first of all,
America's, excuse me, (clears throat),
America's critical infrastructurefaces cyber attacks
that could literallycripple our way of life.
Now, the Department of Homeland Security
is taking action to protectour backing and energy sectors.
- That's right, Pat.
It's creating a National RiskManagement Center because
security officials saythe nations power grid
and economic systems are so vulnerable,
our very democracy could be in danger.
CBN's national security correspondent,
Erik Rosales brings usthis story from New York.
- [Erik] With nearly 90% ofour critical infrastructure
in private hands, mostof it interconnected,
intelligence top brass saythere is a growing crisis
that requires governmentand private companies
- We are in a crisis mode.
The CAT5 hurricane has been forecast
and now, we must prepare.
- If that weak link is a smaller business,
and that in turn connectsinto one of our bigger
supply chains, then nomatter how much work we do,
we would not have createdthe right defenses.
- The launch of the NationalRisk Management Center
was unveiled by the
Department of HomelandSecurity's secretary.
A dedicated hub to help private companies
to better coordinate reducing risks
and responding to cyber attacks.
- This will provide that focal point.
We will work with ourpartners in government
who will be on stage today and others,
to provide you what youneed to help propel,
to help mitigate, to helproot out the adversary
from your systems.
- [Erik] Last year, a globalattack blamed on North Korea
infected hundreds ofthousands of computers
in over 150 countries, damagingmultiple critical industries
from healthcare to telecommunications.
Cyber security expertssay the energy industry,
in particular, is notprepared to fend off attacks.
Recently, DHS officials briefedenergy industry officials
on targeted attacks by Russia hackers
who got so deep intosystems that they could've
flipped a switch and cutoff power to customers.
Vice President Mike Pence echoed the need
for the new informationsharing partnership.
- The President and I need you to continue
to be advocates in yourindustry and among your peers
for great cyber security collaboration.
- [Erik] During hisspeech, the Vice President
also called out Russiafor launching a brazen
multi-faceted cyber campaign to undermine
our democratic process.
- The United States ofAmerica will not tolerate
any foreign interference in our elections
from any nation state, not from Russia,
China, Iran, North Korea, or anyone else.
As President Trump said,we're not gonna have it.
- Pence ended his speechsaying the Trump administration
will continue to protect our liberties
and bring the cyber hackers to justice.
Erik Rosales, CBN News, New York.
- Thanks Erik.
We've been raising thealarm on this for some time.
It is really critical, ya know?
It just takes some littlekid with a high school degree
sitting at a garage someplaceto hack into our systems
and they've hacked the Defense Department.
They've hacked the Department of Energy.
They have hacked leadingbanks and department stores
and so forth.
They have stolen millions of records.
It is just a tragedy and wedon't have to be vulnerable.
The NSA is without peer among the nations
in its ability to launch cyber attacks
and I think we need to get active.
If somebody's coming after us,
we need to come after them harder
and we have the ability to do it.
But it's a frightening thingthat they could actually
shut down the power grid,
take away the electricpower of millions of people,
cause economic dislocation of our,
well our money supplyand our stockmarkets,
it's just horrible to think about.
So, anyhow, it's something.
I'm glad they're havinghigh level discussions,
but it's time to stoptalking and get action.
We've gotta have action toharden the grid immediately,
I mean not just way down inthe future, but right now.
Of course, there's so many things.
I mean, you can actually have an EMP blast
the thermonuclear bomb andalso, just a solar flare
can knock it out.
So we've got to dosomething and by the way,
Regent University now has aDepartment of Cyber Security.
We have a cyber rangethat is training people,
the Naval intelligencehas already had one group
of its executives comein for a week long course
in training how to ward off,it's like having a plane
on auto pilot to where you've got
pilots with simulations of various events.
We can simulate a cyberattack and then teach people
how to respond to it.
If you're interested, by the way,
these especially for executive teams,
it's 866-910-7615 andthat's kind of exciting.
We're at the cutting edge on that
and we have a sophisticated cyber range.
I'm told it may be the most sophisticated
of any university in Americaand people are being trained.
As I say, we're beingvisited by people from
serious government agenciesand also businesses.
So, so-called executive suite,
the C-suite of businesses cancome and all of their people,
four, five or six cansit on that cyber range
all at one time andthen, they can war game
and run through the scenarioof what an attack is like
and how you counter it for your business.
So it's very importantand that's the number
and if you're interested, call.
Isn't that exciting?
- Yeah, I think people are justwaking up to what a threat,
potential threat this really is.
Regent University is prepared.
- Well you know, it was a few years ago,
we didn't have computers.
For example, people keptledgers and they were all
written out in hand.
Now, everything's on computer and then,
the computers are tiedtogether across the country
and a little glitch in one of them
can take down the whole network
and that's what's so frightening.
- And disturbing to think itmight not be a rogue nation
like North Korea.
It could be a teenager in his basement.
- That's all it would take, exactly right
and they're going through a bunch of keys.
Alight, well in othernews, there's more evidence
that outside groups are tryingto undermine our democracy.
And they're using social media to do it.
Facebook has been hit with a big problem
and here's our CBN News bureauin Washington with John.
- That's right, Pat.
Facebook uncovered what itcalls sophisticated efforts
to politically manipulateAmerican politics
on the social network.
The company uncovered orremoved about 32 fake accounts
it said were involved in quote,
inauthentic political behavior.
While Facebook did notexplicitly blame Russia,
a spokesperson said, "It'sclear that whoever set up
"these accounts wentto much greater lengths
"to obscure their true identities
"than the Russian-basedinternet research agency
"has in the past."
The House IntelligenceCommittee will meet with
Facebook executives in September.
Well it's day two in thetrial of former Trump
campaign manager, PaulManafort, who faces charges
of bank fraud and tax evasion.
In opening statements Tuesday,
prosecutors say Manafortdirected tens of millions of
dollars into offshore accountsto use as personal income.
It's the first trial tocome from special council
Robert Mullers investigationinto alleged collusion
between the Trump campaign and Russia.
The presidents team pointsout that Manafort's trial
has nothing to do with the campaign.
- There's no informationincriminating of the president.
I know that for a fact.
They can squeeze him, PaulManafort does not know anything.
- Pat, one of the defenses for Manafort,
his attorneys are saying the businessman
left others to manage thedetails of his finances.
- I think he was up to his eyeballs
and working with theUkrainians and he made a huge
amount of money.
I mean, millions and millions of dollars.
Perhaps he hasn't declaredeverything on his taxes,
But this is not the mandatefor the special council.
He has not been given a mandateto investigate IRS cheating.
That's not what he's supposed to do
and for him to bring criminal charges
against somebody having to dowith financial improprieties
in his own personalaccount is just ridiculous.
So he's supposed tocheck on a Russian medley
in our election and we'renot sure if Paul Manaford
He sure was getting paid big bucks
to deal with the Ukrainianopposition party leaders
and he was a big thief.
It was Black, Manaford, and Stone.
They were the, CharlieBlack and Roger Stone
and Paul Manaford.
They were the big politicalconsultants some years ago
and he's still big andthey may put him to jail
on tax fraud but it's not the promise
of the Special Council.
He's in the wrong game and heshouldn't be indicting people
on this issue becausethat's not what he was
commissioned to do, John?
- Pat, those ragingwildfires consuming parts
of northern Californiaare creating their own
High winds combined withoff the scale temperatures
are creating what arecalled fire tornadoes,
a terrifying vortex of smoke and flame.
Witnesses described therare phenomenon as a
towering funnel of firewith powerful outer winds.
Seven deadly blazes havetorched more than 1,000
homes in California.
The Carr fire in the northis the most destructive fire
in the state's history.
- There again, we don't know exactly
what the cost is gonnabe but the actual cost
of just fighting it is inthe hundreds of millions
of dollars, but that'sjust the start of it.
Think of the human suffering,think of the loss of property,
think of the devastationto tourism, to business,
all the way up and down the line.
It's in the billionsand billions of dollars.
As they say, this usedto have a fire season.
Now, it's a fire year, it's just,
this drought just continuesand this devastating,
my daughter Anne, is involvedwith the Mercy Chefs.
They are in Redding, Californiawhere those firefighters
are just being exhaustedby the amount of work
they've gotta do.
It's just a terrible thing,they're working night and day
to contain these fires.
So Mercy Chefs is outthere trying to provide
hot meals for them sothey can have some respite
from that work.
But it's devastating and I think we should
pray for California'cause this is going to,
it won't just affect California,
it'll forget the whole nation.
- And to pray for rain without lightning,
that's one of the requeststhat we're getting
because this time of year,that seems almost impossible
but with God, all things are possible.
He can do it.
- Well, that's the rainwithout lightning, OK.
John, what's next?
- Pat, a miraculous story out of Mexico,
a Mexican passenger jet withoutabout 100 people on board
went down in high winds buteveryone on board survived.
As Charlene Aaron reports, somewere even able to walk away.
- [Charlene] On its way to Mexico City,
Aeromexico flight 2431 crashed in a field
shortly after takeoff.
Video from the crashsite looked devastating,
the air craft ripped open, wings crumpled,
and firefighters trying to control flames.
Survivors say the plan bursts into flames
after it hit the groundbut stayed mostly intact.
While 49 people are in thehospital, no one was killed.
Some on the ground arecalling it a miracle.
This woman says she and herson jumped out of a hole
in the plane's fuselage.
"I unbuckled my son's seatbeltand we got out that way.
Other passengers managedto escape the wreckage
as firefighters raced to thescene to put out the fire.
A Catholic priest from Chicagobroke his arm in the crash.
He called his church totell them he survived.
- (speaking foreignlanguage) more or less OK.
He's been checking how he's doing.
His body probably has some broken bones.
- [Charlene] The planecarrying 97 passengers
and four crew members had justtaken off in a blustery storm
from an airport in DurangoState when it went down
and skidded to a stop.
The state's governor says the pilots were
attempting to abort just after takeoff,
but it was too late.
Meanwhile, the plane'spilot is in critical,
but stable condition.
Joy replacing sorrowfor what could've been
a tragic ending.
- Let me tell you one thing, Sunday,
gonna be a lot of peoplespraying and asking for him.
- [Charlene] Charlene Aaron, CBN News.
- Thanks Charlene.
Pat, when you look at that footage,
miracle is the only wordto describe the fact
that no one was killed.
- Unbelievable and it'sjust a miracle of God.
So we're delighted.
Tragedy like that, itlooked like the whole plane
was taken apart and every single passenger
should've died and that none of em did,
it's a miracle and forthat, we are grateful.
Wendy, we've got someexciting things coming up.
- We do, Pat.
Coming up, enemy numberone of a healthy gut.
- Antibiotics are equal opportunity drugs.
They kill the good guysas well as the bad guys.
- [Wendy] Learn what you needto avoid in order to build
a better gut, as our seriescontinues right after this.
- It's the cutting edge of medicine.
Researchers by thehundreds are now teaming
to discover this part ofour body that has gone
unnoticed for so many years.
People are suffering from overweight.
They're suffering fromautoimmune diseases.
I look at advertisementsfrom various medications
on the television and so manyof them relate to problems
that are caused by theso-called microbiome,
these things in your gut.
You have as many little microbes,little things in your gut
as you have cells in your body.
This is a whole separatepart of your anatomy
which controls your healthand it controls your moods.
It controls your appetite.
It controls your weight gain.
It goes on and on andon and having to do with
keeping you healthy or making you sick
and all week long, we'vebeen telling you how
an unhealthy gut leadsto weight gain, disease,
and all kinds of health problems.
Today we're going to show youthe worse things you can do
to that microbiome, to that gut.
Medical reporter, Lorie Johnson,
explains the ways we abusethis vital part of our anatomy.
- C-sections, babyformula, life-saving drugs
and convenience foods.
We tend to think thesethings make our lives better
starting from birth, butturns out they can seriously
mess up the balance ofgood and bad bacteria
in our bodies.
- So, we wanna keep thosenumbers in a composition
of the microbiome right where it oughta be
in perfect harmony.
- [Lorie] Nearly a centuryago, the world rejoiced
when Alexander Flemingdeveloped the first antibiotic.
Penicillin would targetbacterial infections
that wiped out millions.
Since then, many doctorsfrequently turn to these so-called
miracle drugs, often notconsidering the downside.
- We know that almostall cases of bronchitis
where you cough, basically,where the large airways
get inflamed with viruses,
almost always, it's just a virus.
That's not to mean it's trivial disease
but we don't haveantibiotics for 99% of them.
And yet, 70% of physiciansprescribe antibiotics
- [Lorie] And thoseantibiotics target all bacteria
in our body, even the kindwe need to keep us healthy.
- Antibiotics are equal opportunity drugs
that have killed the goodguys as well as the bad guys.
- [Lorie] GastroenterologistsGerard Mullin,
author of The Gut Balance Revolution,
says children, in particular,often lack the good bacteria
they need thanks to wellmeaning pediatricians,
protective parents, andover-prescribed antibiotics.
- They're overusedindicriminately in children
with earaches and sore throats
because there's beenlinkages not only to obesity
but also autoimmune diseasessuch as inflammatory
bowel disease where they can directly link
the number of doses ofantibiotics as a child
to the probability ofdeveloping IBD later in life.
- [Lorie] Studies show justone course of antibiotics
can disrupt the gut microbiome for years.
What's worse, antibioticsoften enter our bodies
without a prescriptionbecause of what we eat.
A majority of the antibioticsused in our country
go into animal feed.
- Just in conventional red meat,
that there's enough antibiotics in those,
ya know, those cows that are raised
with hormones and what antibiotics.
Those are enough, ifyou eat enough red meat
within a week or so,that's enough to change
the microbiome unfavorably.
- [Lorie] And science proves it.
New York Universityresearchers were able to make
lab mice obese and diabeticby proportionately giving them
the same amount of antibioticsfound in our meat supply.
So, in trying to build a bettergut, remember antibiotics
are enemy number one.
Running a close second isthe standard American diet,
what's known as sad.
It's this kind of stuff,what we typically eat
for breakfast, lunch, and dinner,
plus the good that'smissing from these meals.
- Gotta figure out firstwhat's trashing the gut,
gotta shut off the faucetand stop hurting the gut.
The gut'll heal itself overa long time but you gotta
stop hurting it.
- [Lorie] Consider processedfoods a triple threat.
They're too sweet, contain no fiber,
and are chock full of strange chemicals.
The Mayo Clinic's Dr. Purna Kashyap says
the culprits tend tohide in the small writing
on the list of ingredients.
- It's good to read the fine print because
there's usually a smallline at the end which says
emulsifiers or additives.
- [Lorie] Dr. Gail Cresci ofthe Cleveland Clinic agrees
that digesting things not found in nature
can cause dangerous inflammation.
- And you think about processed foods,
there's a lot of foreignchemicals that are in
the processed foods andthese are what's called
xenobiotics, so it meansthat it's a foreign chemical,
like it's a compound andthe microbiota has to
be able to deal with that.
- [Lorie] And watch outfor words ending in ose,
such as dextrose, maltrose, and fructose.
They are added sugars,which believe it or not,
make us fat and starveus at the same time.
They rob the bacteria's food supply
because our body absorbssugar before it even gets
to our intestines.
- Our body is very efficient in using it,
which means we're gonnaslurp it up right away
and as a result, the bacteriathen has to try to get
food from our lining or otherplaces so it can harm us
because the bacteria are now starving
and they will have torely on our gut lining
to get drinks which havejust high amounts of
These are the ones which are gonna sort of
create a artificial state of starvation,
not for you but for the bacteria.
They'll definitely give you energy,
but it's not gonna begood for your bacteria.
- [Lorie] But don't thinkyou can replace sugar
with artificial sweeteners.
They are just as bad, if not worse.
- Different bacteriaare able to take these
artificial sweetenersand then they actually
are able to extract morecaLoriees from the diet
and this is linked with insulinresistance and weight gain.
- So it's rhetorical thatwe're taking zero calorie
artificial sweeteners whichharm the gut microbiome
and ultimately cause us to gain weight
when the purpose was to not gain weight.
- [Lorie] When it comes to gut microbiome,
the first two years set thestage for the rest of life.
Believe it or not, the way a baby is born,
the type of deliverymakes a big difference.
So does the kind ofnutrition the baby receives.
Dr. Heidi Nelson saysC-sections and formula
provide inferior bacteria compared with
their more natural counterparts.
- There is a differencebetween a vaginal birth
and the Ceserean birthbecause the child which is
more or less sterile inside the womb
and as they deliverthrough the vaginal canal,
it's understood that theyget the microbial population
from their mom, thatexposure from the mother
at that time and the same typeof experience would hold true
for breastmilk versus a bottle.
You wanna try to get the rightbugs set up in the child.
- Well if that doesn't scare ya to death,
I don't know who would.
Lorie, it looks like we're under assault.
I feel like, what canyou eat? It's all bad!
Food that God gave us.
Yes, those are the good things.
- Well you talk about all these processed,
go through the list of some of the stuff.
I mean, you go to theaverage grocery store
and what do you see?
You've got cereals, you've got crackers,
you've got bread, you'vegot all these things.
And you got meat.
Tell us about it.
- Well, first of all, the meat.
Clearly, all the expertsI spoke with said that
antibiotics assault ourgut microbiome the worst
by very definition,antibiotics kill bacteria.
That's great and I don't,I need it to be heard.
Antibiotics save lives.
Antibiotics are one of thegreatest things ever invented.
Antibiotics kill terriblebacteria like leprosy
and the plague, butantibiotics do nothing against
viral infections, like the flu.
So, antibiotics are wonderfullife-saving treatments,
but they're overused whenthey're prescribed for viruses.
They kill it, so antibioticsat the doctors office,
sometimes that could be a problem.
Antibiotics in our foodis always a problem.
And people who raise animalsfor food know that if you
give them antibiotics,they'll get fat fast.
So we need to stop eatingfood, meat, that has
antibiotics in them.
- You know better!
You go in the grocerystore and it doesn't say
these are laced with antibiotics.
- Right but the ones thatdon't have antibiotics,
they'll say it.
So you know that you can buy meat
that does not have antibioticsin it because it'll say it
in big letters and it's more expensive.
- But it will say it?
- Oh it will say it.
Same thing with all the restaurants,
if they're not saying anything about where
the meat came from, youcan pretty well be assured
that it was raised with antibiotics.
But some of these finerrestaurants will say on the menu,
the meat we serve wasnot given antibiotics.
So yes, people can findthe meat that was not
given antibiotics and we'retalking about beef, pork,
chicken, poultry, and also eggs.
- Eggs too?- And also fish.
- Another thing is a lotof these farm raised fish
are given antibiotics because
it makes them big fast.- That's awful!
- Ya know, the government ought to step in
and do something on this.
Is the FDA gonna do anything to stop it?
- You're so smart!
That's so funny that youbrought that up because yes,
the FDA recently said OK,people who raise meat and fish
for food, you're notallowed to just give them
antibiotics to make them fat.
But you can give themantibiotics if they're sick
or if you have reason tobelieve that they might be sick.
So now, we know that peoplewho raise these meats,
raise these animals formeat have found a lot of
loopholes to give themantibiotics and try to justify it.
But yes, to answer yourquestion, the government
did step in to try to stop this.
- How about all thesethings on the labels?
They talked about thelittle stuff on the labels.
Most housewives go grocery shopping,
they don't read all that fine print.
- Right, the domestic engineers.
It's true, if you don't know what it is,
look on the list of ingredients.
Don't look at all the fabulousadvertising on the front.
That's just a billboard.
Look at the list ofingredients and if there are
a lot of ingredients, stay away from it.
If there are ingredientsthat you don't recognize,
stay away from it because our microbiome
does not know what to do.
They don't know how to digest these things
and it messes everything up.
They receive these foreign chemicals
and they're like, "I don'tknow what to do with this.
"Oh well, I'll do the best I can."
- I used to think that SweetN' Low was good for ya.
Now apparently, it's not.
Splenda, you get Splendaby taking normal sugar
and exposing it to chemicalswhich change the composition.
What does that do to this microbiome?
- It really ruins it.
It's just very bad.
So people should stay awayfrom artificial sweeteners
without question and then when it comes to
regular sweeteners, natural sweeteners
like sugar or honey, they'reOK, but do them in moderation.
- Sure, well I'm a fan of Stevia.
I think that's natural but--
- Stevia's actually OK asfar as a good sweetener.
It is natural.
- These things kill the gut bacteria?
They assault it?
- They do and what happensis we have a certain amount
of gut bacteria and a lot of times,
with the antibiotics, they goaway and then with our diet,
a lot of times, the foodsthat we eat don't feed
the good bacteria and so, they die,
or else they greatly diminishand then the bad bacteria
grow up and start taking over.
- Alright, so tomorrowyou're gonna talk about
what we ought to do tonurture it but I just wanna
say while we've got on the subject,
people ought to go andeat fresh vegetables.
- Right, right.
Our bacteria are living creatures.
They're alive, so we need tomake sure that we plant them
in our gut but then we have to feed them
and what they love to eat are things
that are called prebiotics.
No one knows what prebiotics are.
So, to put it in plainlanguage, it's fiber.
Mostly vegetables, but alsofresh fruit and whole grains
- [Pat] Beans, I'm a fan of beans.
- Me too! They're great.
So tomorrow, we aregoing to be talking about
all the best things youcan do for your gut.
This is the climax.
Today was all the worstthings you can do to your gut,
kind of a downer.
Tomorrow is going to be more hopeful.
- Do you watch some of thecommercials on television
about things that are being advertised
and the diseases youthink, every one of those
relates somehow to somedeficiency in our gut.
Isn't that true?
- It is true and Americanshave worse guts than people
in developing countries.
Because of our food and our antibiotics.
Yeah, so we need to try to build it back.
But you know, doctorsdidn't know and every doctor
I've ever met has alwayshad their patient's
best interest at heart andwhen they were prescribing
these antibiotics, theywere really trying to do
what was best for their patient.
They didn't know, no one knewuntil just so very recently,
we need our good bacteria.
We depend on it.
- You know, you go tothe dentist, for example,
if you're having a tooth infection.
Routinely, they give you antibiotics.
I mean, it's just sorta like,and what does somebody do
if they're watching this program?
- Well, this is wherediscernment comes in.
We need to pray for discernment.
We need to know, becauseas I said, you know,
if it's a bacterialinfection, sometimes bacterial
infections can be deadlyand we need antibiotics.
We're blessed to have them.
But are they necessary?
They're never necessary ifyou have a viral infection
and sometimes doctorscan't tell the difference
because the symptoms are thesame and the only way to know
if a patient has a viralinfection or a bacterial infection
is if they test them andsometimes it takes three days
to get the test results back.- What about pneumonia?
- Pneumonia is a bacterialinfection, but the flu
is a viral infection.
So antibiotics don't doanything for the flu.
But if someone comes in andthey have flu-like symptoms,
the doctor's probablythinking, this is probably
a viral infection and anantibiotics not gonna help them,
but uh oh, what if itturns into pneumonia?
And an antibiotic will.
So, give em the antibiotic.
What harm can it do?
Well now we know that it cando harm to the gut bacteria.
- We did a series severalyears ago actually
about what they're putting in soup
and there's something calledmonosodium glutamate, MSG,
and it's a flavor enhancer,
and it's a excitotoxin andI pointed out and ya know,
what is it, the Italian soup--
- [Lorie] Progresso?
- Progresso that doesn't have MSG in it,
but Campbell soup does.
I was looking at a labelwith Campbell's soup
and they've put MSG back in it.
- Uh oh, well that makes it taste so good
and if you're selling food,you want it to taste good.
- [Pat] What does MSG do to ya?
- It is so bad.
This is one of the worstadditives that you can have.
Monosodium glutamate, that'swhat it looks like on the label
but we nickname it MSG,but it is an excitotoxin
and it does cause all typesof, it's terrible for your
- [Pat] It is terrible?
- Oh yes.
So people should stay away from that.
If you can't pronounce it, don't eat it.
- Well it's a shame Campbell's soup.
I mean, I held one up here on the show
and I read the label and low and behold,
I just looked at a can of it.
Progresso does not havethem, does not put in MSG,
but Chinese food has it.
- Oh yes, a lot.
- And it makes you sleepy, dopey.
- There's a restaurant in our community
I stopped going to because I'd get through
and I'd be so sleepy and it was,
they loaded the food with MSG.
- That's why, but itdoes enhance the flavor
and Accent, you knowthat stuff that you put
on your food called Accent?
That brings out the flavor?
MSG, that's what it is.
- But does your gut, I mean,it kills the gut biome?
- Right, so we need to riseup to these food companies
and tell em to make the food healthier
or else just not eat it.
- Whew, Lorie, you've givenus a lot to think over.
Folks, we've got a free bookthat's available to you.
It's called Build a Better Gut.
You out to learn aboutit because it is vital
to your health, vital toyour health of your children.
And what Lorie has talked about also is
the natural deliveryinstead of C-sections,
which is something most peoplehadn't even thought about.
Whew, you've given usa lot to think about.
Anyhow, here's the number.
You can get a copy.
You can dial 1-800-700-7000.
It's called Build a Better Gut.
We've got thousands andthousands of people that are
asking for it and we wantyou to have your free copy.
It's not gonna cost you a penny.
You don't have to give anything.
You don't have to pay anything.
It's all for free.
Or you can download.
You can get on our website, I think,
at CBN.com and you canget a free download,
but it's something youought to have and Lorie,
I can hardly wait!
- Tomorrow, we're gonna talk more about
the delivery process, soif people are intrigued by
what you just said, we're gonnagive them more information
about that tomorrowand all the good things
that you should be doing.
So, today was kind of wah wah.
Tomorrow's gonna be like,"Yay! We can beat this!"
- Ya know, I get theold fashioned oatmeal.
You have to cook it forfour or five minutes
and then it's so good.
- Right, that's a great point!
Instant oatmeal, we should avoid that.
It's the whole grain, the kind that takes
five minutes to make.
Five minutes or longer.- Well that's what I have.
- That's the best kind but oh my goodness.
Live longer, be healthy.
Ya know, don't be sick.
We're gonna take care of yaand you can save so much money,
you don't have to buy all that stuff
they're advertising on TV.
- That's right, it actuallyis cheaper to eat healthy.
People think that it isn't but it is.
- Lorie, you do a wonderful job.
We'll look forward to tomorrow.
It'll be the last of ourseries and I hope it's been
a blessing to you.
We've had thousandsand thousands of calls.
So I know it's somethingof great interest to you.
Remember, we can get you thatfree book, 1-800-700-7000.
Wendy, (sighs) you lookin'after your gut, sweetie?
- Lorie is such an inspiration, Pat.
I sit next to her in the newsroom.
She eats a big green salad every day
and I'm usually, gotmy piece of chocolate.
No, that's not always true.
But she's very inspirational in that way
for all of us and so, I'm just so thankful
for this series.
So I did have a salad fordinner last night, Lorie.
Alright, well up next,a new boss makes a young
- I had anxiety.
I just absolutely dreaded ya know,
waking up the next day to go to work.
I couldn't sleep.
I just made myself sick.
- See how she finds a supernatural answer
to her problem after this.
After a new boss tookover, Lori Vaughn felt
trapped in a job she hated.
The stress got so bad, itliterally made her sick.
Lori thought she wasstuck until she received
a supernatural answerto her desperate prayer
- [Narrator] Lori Vaughnhad always loved her job
at a local insurance agency.
- I answered the phones and took payments
and just basicallymanaged the whole office.
It was awesome.
I had a wonderful boss.
He was great to me and I loved coming in.
- [Narrator] Then, her boss retired.
His replacement startedmaking a lot of changes
in the way they did their jobs.
Things were going smoothly at first but,
as months went on, itjust started to get to me.
- [Narrator] Now, at least once a week,
Lori was required towork at the sister office
over an hour away.
- Everything in the officewas just changing completely.
Going to the different location,
missing my small town people, and it was
very different than it was before.
It didn't feel like home anymore.
I just got extremely stressed out.
I started hating my job.
- [Narrator] The stress startedto affect her life at home.
- At home, I had anxiety.
I just absolutely dreadedwaking up the next day
to go to work.
I looked forward to the weekend
more than I ever did in my life.
I couldn't sleep.
I just made myself sick.
- [Narrator] Lori thoughtabout looking for another job,
but feared her lack ofcollege education would
hinder her possibilities.
- I didn't get theeducation that I should've.
I played around.
I just felt like everythingwas just over my head.
- [Narrator] For twomonths, she'd prayed for God
to show her his plan for her life.
- I kept asking him to speakto me and to let me know
what to do and I prayedfor him to have his will
in my life.
- [Narrator] One Fridaymorning, Lori was ready to quit.
- My boss had just told me the day before
that he wanted me to beat the other location
three days a week.
So, I was very emotional.
I felt like I was abandoning my customers
and I just, I just knewit was time to move on.
- [Narrator] Like everymorning, Lori turned on
The 700 Club at her desk.
Terry and Gordon were praying.
- Someone else, you are sodiscontented with your job
and you blame yourselfbecause you didn't get
education when you couldhave and should have.
You just played instead.
God's got something fresh for you.
Stop looking at what you don't have
and begin to thank himbefore you even see it.
It's on the way.
- I just jumped up andstarted praising God.
I was crying.
So, that right therewas all I needed to know
because that was my personal,private prayer with God.
I just felt peace.
I knew that that was God letting me know
I was gonna be OK.
- [Narrator] Tuesdayof the very next week,
Lori interviewed withanother insurance agency
near her home and was offeredthe job that same day.
- It's better atmosphere.
The women I work with,they're Christians too
and it's close to home,so there's no traveling.
I'm gonna be at one office.
- [Narrator] Today, Lori haspassed the test to become
an insurance agent with her new company
and enjoys spending time with her family.
She's giving all the praise to God.
- He's given me peace.
I just feel peace and I just know that
he wants me there.
I don't know what he's gonnado but I know he's gonna
take care of me.
He's been good to me my entire life.
- God cares about whatyou're going through.
He cares about your job.
He doesn't want your job to make you sick.
You've got some praise reports.
- I do.
This is Sheila.
She lived in Pueblo, Colorado.
She prayed fervently forher brother's healing
from pancreatic cancer.
In addition to calling our prayer center,
she was watching our programhoping one of the hosts
would mention that disease.
On his birthday, Wendy, yougave a word of knowledge,
quote, "somebody was beinghealed from pancreatic cancer."
Stella's brother was totally healed.
She said the doctors arecompletely awestruck.
Took place on his birthday!
- His birthday, I love that, God is good.
- Yeah, what you got?
- [Wendy] Alfred fromPineville, North Carolina,
was crippled for 10years and spent much time
going back and forth tomedical appointments.
One day he was watchingTV and he overheard
you give a word of knowledge, Pat,
saying there was aperson with back problems
whom God was healing.
Alfred immediatelyraised his hands and the
Holy Spirit took over.
The next day, his back washealed, and he could bend over
and touch the floor withthe palm of his hands.
After 10 years, wow, praise God.
- Well you know, we don't know them.
We live in an atmosphere ofmiracles because God is God
and he is the author of life.
He's the creator of all things
and the God we serve is an awesome God.
So, when we pray, we'reasking him to speak through us
to you and when we declare it,
we do it in his name andbecause the glory belongs
He is the author andfinisher of our faith.
So Wendy and I are gonnajoin hands right now.
We're gonna pray for you,whatever the need is.
There's nothing impossible with God.
Father, I join with my sister in Christ.
We believe, God, nothingis impossible with you.
In the name of Jesus.
There's a throat in inflammation,
there's a swelling and athickening in your throat.
You're hardly able to swallow.
It's almost like diphtheria.
You're being healed in the name of Jesus.
- There's a man andyou are extremely obese
and you are just cryingout to God for deliverance.
You've been saying what's the use?
I'm not that young anymore, butGod is saying you are young,
you have your wholelife still ahead of you
and God is going to just deliver you.
You're gonna be healedat this, in Jesus' name.
- You've got swollen, there's a man,
I think your right leg.
You've got swollen varicose veins
and it's very serious andyou're concerned about
blood clots and you'reconcerned about a stroke
and you're concerned about those things.
God is flushing out those veins right now.
The swelling is going down.
And the clots aredissolving at this moment.
You won't have that problem anymore.
- There's someone with a liver condition
and you've been crying outto God for deliverance.
And you are being healed in Jesus' name.
Thank you Lord.
- Father, whoever is watching at this time
around the world, wherever they are,
Lord, hear and answer their prayer
in the name of Jesus.
Receive an answer.
May the touch of God be upon you now.
Thank you Lord.
- [Wendy] Amen.
- And amen.
Hey listen, call us,tell us what God's done.
We love to have a chance topray for you if you need prayer.
People at the phonesright now, they love God,
they love you and all youhave to do is just call
and we're here for you.
If you have an answer to prayer,we love to hear that too,
so it's just easy.
The number, it's an 800, 1-800-700-7000.
Easy to remember, Wendy?
- Still ahead, we've got your questions
and some honest answers.
Carole wants to know howdoes a word of knowledge
or word of wisdom come to you?
Pat answers this questionand more of your email
when we come back.
- Welcome back to The 700 Club.
A Turkish court denied anappeal for American pastor,
Andrew Brunson's releasefrom house arrest.
The judge ruled thestrong criminal suspicions
against him had not changed.
That's according to a Turkish news agency.
A spokesman for Turkey's president says
the threats of U.S.sanctions aren't helping
the pastor's case.
Brunson, a missionary toTurkey for more than 20 years
had been jailed since2016 before being moved
to house arrest last week.
You can learn more aboutPastor Brunson's case
Well, hall of fame quarterback Jim Kelly
is cancer free again.
He and his family receivedthe great news last week
exactly one week afterhe gave a powerful speech
at the ESPYS, where hereceived the Jimmy V award
His wife Jill posted aphoto of Jim on Instagram.
She wrote, "Double thumbs up.
"MRI and CT scans are clear.
"Still working throughmajor pain management,
"but praise the Lord,no evidence of cancer."
Kelly has been battling oral cancer.
When it returned in March,his wife released an
emotional messageindicating how they planned
to fight the battle through faith in God.
You can always get thelatest from CBN News
by going to our website at CBNNEWS.com.
Pat and Wendy will be back with more of
The 700 Club right after this.
- Welcome back to The 700 Club.
It's time for your questionsand some honest answers
We'll start with this one from Carole.
She says, "How does a word of knowledge or
"word of wisdom come to you?"
- Well, if you read the 12thchapter of 1st Corinthians,
you find that there's certain enablements
of the Holy Spirit.
We've used the term gifts.
We've heard the term charismata.
Ya know, one has to do with prophecy,
another speaking in tongues,
interpretation of tongue,and one is a word of wisdom
which has to do withessentially the future
and a word of knowledge which has to do
with something that is notavailable to the senses,
but is spoken by the Holy Spirit.
It's just that simple.
Ya know, the more that you use these gifts
to the spirit, the more easy it becomes
and the more natural it becomes.
Just like healing, it's so natural.
The same thing with the word of knowledge.
How does it come?
It just comes to your mindand your inner spirit.
It's part of the Holy Spirit
that does it, OK?
Lillian says, "If Ican't pay the full tithe
"because of my bills, isthat offensive to God?
"I feel guilty when I can'ttithe as much as I want to,
"but I also feel like I'm stealing from
"medical bill collectorswhen I can't pay them because
"I gave it to God.
"I'm a little older and don'thave as much as I used to."
- I don't know what to do except you need
some kind of a financial thing.
Make a budget, set upa budget for yourself
and work in there and putat the top of that budget,
10% to the Lord's service.
If you do that, he will makethe rest of it work better.
But what you're doing is you're saying,
well I've gotta pay these other bills
and at the end, maybe I'll take a tithe.
So, you haven't got your financials right.
But make a budget and with a budget,
put at the top of thelist what you're gonna
give to the Lord andthen watch what happens
from there on out.
You'll be amazed how Godwill cause the rest of it
to prosper and you'll haveenough to stretch over
what your needs are.
Then of course, with the budget,you also don't overspend.
If you have control ofwhat you're spending,
then keep that within, I mean,
your expenditures shouldbe less than your income.
If it's the other way around,if your income is less
than your expenditures,you're in trouble all the time
and that has nothing to do with tithing.
- I tell that to everybody.
That 10% makes that 90% go twice as far.
- I mean, sometimes yourmilk won't even go sour, Pat.
I'm telling you.
- I can't promise that.- I've seen that happen.
- I've seen it happen!
- That's a benefit I'm notaware of but I'm all for it.
- Alright well, Mary says,
"My husband and I watch a YouTube channel
"with videos of TV trips andparks that are interesting,
"but they are postedby a man that has said
"he is an atheist.
"Is it a sin for us to watch his videos?"
- Of course not.
Ya know, apostle Paul saidif you don't deal with
people who are kidnappersand robbers and so forth,
ya need go outta the world.
He said if somebodyclaims to be a Christian
and they're doing these terrible things,
then don't even eat withem but at the same time,
we have to deal with people in this world
that are atheist, who are homosexual,
who are doing all these other things.
So, otherwise, you haveto leave the world,
that's what Jesus said.
So there's no sin in watchinga thing that you enjoy.
It's a travel log produced by an atheist.
There's nothing wrong with that.
I mean, you hope he'll find the Lord
but that's something else.
- Here's one from just says a viewer.
What is the glory of the Lord?
Substance, experience, or weight?
- Well, the Chakana isthe aura that surrounds
the holiness of God andI don't know what to say.
I mean, part of it, the whole concept
is a weight coming down,that whole thing is a glory
but I haven't got timeto go in more detail.
But that, it was the glory of the Lord
that entered into the temple, for example,
when the priest went in.
The glory of the Lord wassuch, they could hardly
stand the ministry.
Well, today's PowerMinute is from the Psalms.
"So teach us to number our days,
"that we may gain a heart of wisdom."
Tomorrow, three simple stepsto building a better bio--
- [Wendy] Gut.
- Gut (laughs).
Well, for all of us,this is Pat Robertson.
I'll see ya tomorrow, bye bye.