Nepute is one of the speakers in the highly successful BardsFest event in St. Louis, Missouri. He is also one of the most enthusiastic participants. His enthusiasm resonates during his interview with Pastor David Scarlett and Amanda Grace. Scarlett shares the interview during his program "His Glory" Friday, Sept. 10, on Brighteon.TV.
"I feel like we're on a red carpet of God's warriors. It's such a blessing," says Nepute, who has treated over 400,000 patients and has not lost one to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) yet.
"We've got some of the brightest minds on the planet. So if you want to talk about getting facts, they got them. But then we've got some of the most brilliant, beautiful open minds and hearts to God. So we've got faith and facts, and [suddenly] the spirit of fear is gone."
Nepute has helped millions in the battle against COVID-19 and other related diseases with a simple vitamin protocol that includes vitamin C, vitamin D3, magnesium, zinc, bromelain, NAC, stinging nettle and quercetin. (Related: Dr. Eric Nepute lauds Missouri AG for eleventh hour move against mask mandate – Brighteon.TV)
But he takes more pride in helping others find God.
"Everything in life is all about stages. We have – as a culture – gone through anger and depression because of what's happening in the world. So many people have hit bottom who didn't know God. And all of a sudden they say 'Oh God.' And when they get a little taste of it, they want to get another and then another. Until they're like 'tell me about this Jesus,' and then next thing they're like 'huh, I’m not even scared of anything anymore,'" says Nepute.
"This is what this event is all about. We have this event to kill the spirit of fear. I'm just humbled and honored to be a part of it."
BardsFest is more than just an event and it has drawn great reviews.
"There is something bigger than us that happened. So much that we can't even put our finger on it," said Scott Kesterson, chief architect of the event and the voice of BardsFM podcast. "This is what's going to save the nation. It's going to get us back where we needed to be."
According to Kesterson, the event has millions of views already on secondary streams.
Kesterson is a backpack journalist and a documentary filmmaker. He has spent more than three years in Afghanistan and is the first embedded citizen journalist in the Department of Defense (DOD) embed program.
He is the owner and founder of Xpedition Cafe, a small production company that produces documentary films and podcasts around stories defining three principles of the warrior culture: conviction, righteousness and ruthlessness.
His focus is now on what he refers to as the "ultimate mission," which is "to reset the nation back to the Constitution as the Framers intended, grounded on the foundation of God and Faith." Nearly 40 states were represented at BardsFest, including Hawaii and Alaska. "You can see the right intention. They're like: 'We don't care, we want to be here,'" says Kesterson.
"Headline News" hosts and real-life sisters Michelle and Leah Svensson say the event is exactly what the world needs at these times. "They're calling it the greatest revival in the history of the world," says Michelle. "Now that I've lived and experienced it, [I'd say] that's absolutely true."
The sisters known as "The Resistance Chicks" are captivated by the fascinating guests attending the event, including Drs. Sherri Tenpenny, Lee Merritt, Bryan Ardis and Nepute.
"The safeties are off. We have patriots in jail, people are losing their jobs. It's not a joke anymore. They [the enemies] are playing for keeps," says Leah.
"You've got to meet with real Christians, real believers who are willing to go the extra mile to tell the truth and to be led by the Holy Spirit. And that's why you have BardsFest, and that's why it was a great revival – because we've got to meet like-minded people who are filled with the Holy Spirit and who can attack all the issues that we're talking about."
The event shows the lighter side of some of the speakers. Tenpenny plays "Amazing Grace" on stage at BardsFest with Brian and Jill Kahanek.
Michelle and Leah call Tenpenny the "Renaissance Woman."
The woman who warns against the adverse effects of vaccines has a diverse set of talents. "Sherri grew up on a horse farm, where her father was a horse trainer and she would often ride horses bareback," the sisters write on their blog post about the event. (Related: Sherri Tenpenny warns parents about safety of vaccines in NaturalNews interview.)
"In college, she studied piano and said that the biggest highlight of her entire life was partaking in a perfect piano recital. She played a Rachmaninoff duet on piano in D minor with her classmate Betsy and tells us the moment, in the end, has continued to be her crescendo and crowning moment in life."
During the event, the sisters have learned from Ardis's wife Jayne that he stays up until well past midnight to answer patients' questions through emails "out of the goodness of his heart."
Ardis has over two decades of experience with the aim of healing those who need help. He is the founder of Ardis Labs and the Ardis Healing Center, which have helped thousands of patients from all over the world. The sisters call Ardis "the real deal" as he continues to do research each and every day to bring us the latest information and treatments.
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You can watch "His Glory" hosted by Pastor David Scarlett live on Brighteon.TV every Friday from 5 to 6 p.m.
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