09/22/2021 / By Ramon Tomey
Physician Dr. Sherri Tenpenny shares ways of addressing Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) infections in a manner that respects the sanctity of the human body in an interview with pastor David Scarlett on the Sept. 17 edition of His Glory on Brighteon.TV.
Tenpenny also denounces COVID-19 vaccines as methods to destroy the God-given genetic makeup of human beings.
Scarlett begins his program by acknowledging the many things currently going on in the world. “There is a ton going on in the world. Everything is increasing in the spiritual and physical realm as we speak,” he says. Some of these include the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, public and private entities mandating that people get injected with the vaccine and Americans standing up to these mandates.
He then mentions his interview with Tenpenny at BardsFest in St. Louis, Missouri in late August 2021. According to the pastor, Tenpenny is not the only doctor who has appeared in His Glory. Dr. Vladimir Zelenko has been a guest in Scarlett’s program, which the pastor describes as “very powerful.” Scarlett says: “We need to get the truth [out] and it’s doctors like them that will do it.”
Scarlett and his co-host Amanda Grace of Ark of Grace Ministries talk to Tenpenny at BardsFest. Grace describes the Colorado physician as someone “on the front lines fighting against this evil [that is] going on.” She then asks about the topics Tenpenny tackled during her talk a day before the interview.
Tenpenny replies: “[I talk about] the things I always speak on … [such as] the problems associated with the [COVID-19] shots [and] why people should avoid these … at all costs because [they disrupt and change] your God-given genetics.”
She also talks about the message in the Apostle Paul’s second letter to Timothy about persecution. According to the letter: “Everyone who wants to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted.” (2 Timothy 3:12). Tenpenny continues: “Not that we might be, [but] we are going to be [and] we will be persecuted.”
The Colorado physician acknowledges COVID-19 vaccine mandates put in place by both public and private entities. She says the “whole specter of mandates is becoming harder and harder for people.” While people are set to face really difficult decisions on the matter of vaccination, Tenpenny says that it is a matter of “holding the line” for her.
“You have to understand that once you get injected, you can’t un-inject. Once you’re vaccinated, you can’t un-vaccinate. Once it goes in, the genetic-altering technology … changes your God-given fingerprint. [It’s] like when you burn your finger on your stove, you wouldn’t have a fingerprint anymore. If you’ve been injected with these COVID shots, you have changed your God-given, unique fingerprint – and I haven’t seen anything yet where people can just undo that,” Tenpenny says.
Despite the “massive numbers” of people falling ill and dying from the COVID-19 vaccine, Tenpenny believes plenty of people still remain unvaccinated. “More than ever, I [want to] give people the courage to stand up and say no. (Related: More than half of U.S. states vow to fight Biden’s vaccine mandate.)
She also touches on the subject of employees being terminated for refusing the get injected with the COVID-19 vaccine. Tenpenny calls on people to look at it as God making a way for them. “If it means you lose your job, well, trust God for another one. Maybe God has been trying to get you out of that stagnant job your whole life and this is your escape, a way to get out,” the physician says.
Tenpenny emphasizes the importance of strengthening the body through nutrition. She recommends ensuring that vitamin D levels in the body fall between 80 and 100 and supplementing it if need be. She also recommends taking at least 3,000 milligrams (mg) of vitamin C every day alongside at least 25 mg of zinc.
Aside from these, Tenpenny also mentions hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and ivermectin (IVM) as cures for COVID-19. Scarlett then asks how those with COVID-19 can obtain these life-saving treatments. According to Tenpenny, IVM can be obtained from the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC). Meanwhile, a prescription for HCQ can be obtained from America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS).
The Colorado physician tells Grace and Scarlett that IVM and HCQ treatments are done on an alternating protocol on a weekly basis. She explains that both medicines work through different mechanisms of action – by blocking the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein and protecting the ACE-2 receptors in the human cells where the virus latches on to. “Any combination of that is better than nothing,” Tenpenny continues. (Related: Dr. Stella Immanuel reveals the stunning truth about COVID cures and how hospitals are KILLING patients – Brighteon.TV.)
Most importantly, Tenpenny to have faith in the Lord and be not afraid – given that the Bible says “fear not” more than 360 times. She adds that “[if] God bothers to repeat Himself that many times, it’s probably important.”
Tenpenny shares insight about Jesus Christ’s power through His healing of the 10 lepers. “Leprosy back in Jesus’s day was an incurable, horrible infection. [People] had to be in camps, stay away and declare themselves unclean,” she says.
The physician continues: “If Jesus could heal the lepers, certainly put your trust of your health in His hands. Do not assuage your fear with one of those shots. Just don’t do it.”
Watch the full Sept. 17 episode of His Glory with pastor David Scarlett here.
Catch full episodes of His Glory live, every Friday from 5-6 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.
MedicalViolence.com has more articles about the push for vaccines to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
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