Good Health, Not Longevity: Motivation for Making Wise Choices

My father died at 62, my grandfather at 59, my great grandfather at 61. In fact, I do not have a forefather as far back as I have records (1684) who lived to be older than 68. So I was highly motivated almost 50 years ago to begin making wise choices for diet, exercise, and supplementation. Although I am a very private person, I produced the following videos to provide testimony that, when we make a lifestyle commitment to include God's provisions into our daily lives, we don't need to be much diminished in strength, but can be supported for a good measure of health and fitness ("rooted and established by his Provisions" - Ephesians 3:17), even into our later years (Psalm 91:16; 92:12-14). I do not have a great need or desire to live a long time; but only to be healthy while I live. 

"He will keep you strong until the end so that you will not be without health." - 1 Corinthians 1:8

DonLoy Whisnant/The Grace Perspective 14B21