Promise to Set You Free

In May, 2008, Bromfed was taken off of the market. Bromfed was an antihistamine that was popular in the fifties and it had a high concentration of decongestant in it.

(I assumed it was being used to make meth and that is why they removed it.)

It worked for me better than any antihistamine. When they took it off of the market, it felt like a sentence to me…a jail sentence.

I was already housebound, and without it, I felt I would never be free. When I read Ezekiel 37 I was depressed because I felt like the dry bones.

But it is now 2014, and not only am I free, I will be playing at an outdoor concert this Saturday night at the Fairfield square!

These dry bones live; and Ezekiel 37 is now my favorite chapter in the Bible because God did the same for me!

Ezekiel 37:12, “So tell them, ‘I, the Lord God, promise to open your graves and set you free…'”