The ‘Sweet’ Blessing of Bitter Melon
July 20, 2021 12:13 PM
September 15, 2020
In a waking vision, the Holy Spirit showed me a time not far in the future when people would not be able to access their medications at the pharmacy. Pandemic medical lockdowns, the collapse of the supply chain, and the general financial ruin of the nation’s economy affected the availability of life-sustaining drugs for diabetics such as insulin and metformin.
The Holy Spirit showed me how some people improvised by returning to nature to treat themselves because the medical system—in a climate of economic collapse, civil unrest, and even war—was not fully functioning. In order to save the lives of diabetics and those with high cholesterol, some people turned to the bitter melon (Momordica charantia). They cut the bumpy green gourd into thin slices and dehydrated them into hard ‘chips’, to either eat before meals or steep in tea. As a stop-gap measure, this protective action and others like it saved many lives. Bitter melon and other natural blood sugar and cholesterol-lowering natural plants prolonged lives that would have been cut short. This blessing gave extra time for people to repent, turn to Jesus, and work to bring in the Harvest of souls to the Kingdom of God.