How it Works:

Purerox™ uses a proprietary version of Hypochlorous acid, the same thing that the body naturally produces to kill viruses. Purerox™ is made up of 99.98% water with a small amount of salt and an electrical charge. The neutral electrical charge uniquely causes Purerox™ to bind to and destroy any positive or negatively charged viruses and bacteria on surfaces and in the air.

Unlike other chemical disinfectants, Purerox™ is 100% safe to use and will not harm people, the environment or surfaces. Purerox™ is rated as a Category IV disinfectant by the EPA (safest rating) and has no harmful fumes or harsh chemicals. This allows it to be used throughout a building with no personal protection equipment and it won’t leave a toxic residue. Most Hypochlorous acid products will lose their electrical charge and effectiveness in just days, but the Purerox™ proprietary technology gives it lasting effectiveness with at least a one year shelf life.

Purerox™ Provides A Safe Solution for Now & in the Future

• 100% natural disinfectant (99.98% water) that is non-toxic, alcohol-free and non-corrosive

• Purerox™ is one of the only disinfectants in the world that is not harmful to people, animals, the environment or materials – you can use it throughout your building!

• A faster kill time means you will use far less disinfectant than others that have to be saturated for up to 10 minutes

• Kill pathogens anywhere with no toxic residue

• Save time and money by not wiping down residue from every surface or hire expensive mitigation companies. Disinfect your building in minutes instead of hours!

•Help visitors feel more comfortable attending your church, school or business.

• Remove odors from your rooms as Purerox™ kills the bacteria that cause most odors. Your rooms will smell fresh after using.

Easy to Use Anywhere

A gallon bottle of Purerox™ disinfectant used with an Electric Sprayer will last about 20 minutes and cover 2000 square feet depending on the surfaces you spray in the room.

Use this powerful solution to:

• Spray throughout your church, office, school or venue
• Disinfect and remove odors in offices, classrooms and nurseries
• Use in between church services or special events to disinfect your spaces
• Pour into a spray bottle and wipe down smaller surfaces.

Purerox™ kills the bacteria that cause most odors. Your rooms will smell fresh after using.

Currently being used to fight Covid-19 in:

• Many hospitals and premier nursing homes
• One of the world’s largest auto manufacturers
• Some premier food and beverage companies
• Large telecommunication companies
• Large and small manufacturing companies
• Government agencies
• Well known private and public schools and universities

4 Easy Steps to a Safer Church, School, or Office

Purerox™ Disinfectant Q&A

 

Is Purerox™ on the EPA List N for disinfectants to kill Covid-19?

Purerox™ by HSP iClean for Health is on the EPA List N as a disinfectant to use against Covid-19 and other pathogens. The EPA List N number is 87518-1 (hsp2O). It also has the fastest kill time of 60 seconds of any of the HOCL disinfectants on the list. This makes it easier and more effective to use than other disinfectants. You can review the EPA List N disinfectants for use against Covid-19 here:

https://www.epa.gov/pesticide-registration/list-n-disinfectants-use-against-sars-cov-2-covid-19

List N: Products with Emerging Viral Pathogens AND Human Coronavirus claims for use against SARS-CoV-2

Can the Purerox™ be used in a spray bottle?

Yes, Purerox™ can be used in a spray bottle for sanitizing and disinfecting surfaces such as door handles, restrooms, tables and other surfaces. Purerox™ is an excellent cleaner and leaves no toxic residue.

Are safety precautions needed while applying Purerox™ with a handheld Electric Sprayer?

Purerox™ is 99.98% water and all natural so no masks, gloves or goggles are needed for application. In fact, Purerox™ can be applied right before a service or event and will dry in a few minutes without any residue or chemicals. The fact that it is so safe means any staff member or volunteer can apply it.

How long will a 1 gallon container of Purerox™ last for in a Electric Sprayer?

Depending on the flow adjustment on the electric sprayer, 1 gallon will last for approximately 20 minutes and cover approximately 2000 square feet. The coverage amount will depend on what surfaces you are disinfecting in the room.

How does the Purerox™ disinfectant system save me time and money?

The Purerox™ disinfectant can be quickly applied with an electric sprayer that creates a fine mist of disinfectant that will naturally dry in a few minutes with no residue. The mist will clean hard surfaces like pews, doors, tables, floors and walls. Other disinfectants require the residue to be wiped up afterwards with a cloth. In just minutes a whole room can be disinfected that would otherwise take someone hours of doing by hand.

How often should I apply Purerox™ in my building?

This depends on how often people are in your building. Because Purerox™ is fast and easy to use, it is recommended to apply it after every church service or event where people are in your building.

Can Purerox™ damage surfaces or material?

Because Purerox™ is all natural, non-corrosive and has no chemicals, it can be used on all surfaces. It is 99.98% water, so when fogging you may want to be careful to not over saturate electronic or computer equipment.

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Encourage others through our life experiences…

There is always two layers to our story; what we see and what God is doing

It’s the pain that saves our life

God loves us too much to take away our pain, but at any other time, but the right time, and by any other way than the right way

Even if I cannot see God, He is working

When there is nothing left in the tank, our heart begins to open up, to God and others

Trust God’s timing

We have seen God work in the past,
so why cannot we trust Him now

Gen 50:20

Romans 8:28

We have been wounded, but we need to have the courage to keep going, because God is working

Temptation, deception, accusation

Disappointments lead the enemy to temp us

Stare at the temptation and we will be deceived

The accuser will tell us we will never be good enough so we will not have a testimony

Listen to those that pray for you, and keep them close. There will always be dissenters

Let our story unfold and look for the Hand of God in it

Go slow and let God work

It’s hard to plan for the future when the day is not settled

Trust is built with time and believable behavior

God won’t scold for asking why, but we need to ask what?

We will never understand the why, but we will find our answers in others testimony

Our God is good at being God, give it to Him

We don’t have to carry the weight, Let those that Love us, help us

Help others find hope in their story…

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Why We Must Remember to Rejoice in Discouraging Times

Why We Must Remember to Rejoice in Discouraging Times

August 25, 2020

As a Christian it’s easy to become discouraged by the world around us. While most Americans still claim a Christian identity, wouldn’t know it based on media reports. The press rarely mentions the existence of Christians, and when Christians are described or cited, it is typically in less than flattering terms.

For most of my young life, it seemed that Christians were viewed apathetically by the culture at large. Many seemed to think of Christians as harmless relics of a bygone age: weird, stuffy, but mostly forgettable. It used to upset me that Christianity was downplayed or marginalized by many in our society. Now, I almost nostalgically long for those times.

Christianity is increasingly treated with disdain in popular culture and the media. Christians are sometimes viewed as a menace, actively hurting society through an archaic, oppressive – even evil – belief system. Christianity, or at least the beliefs and principles it espouses, is now sometimes considered to be at the root of societal ills.

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“Concessions of Compromise”

3) OUT OF GRATEFUL OBEDIENCE TO GOD, WE MUST NEVER DO THINGS THAT ARE CULTURALLY ACCEPTED BUT ABSOLUTELY FORBIDDEN BY HIS WORD.

We live in a day when many who profess to be Christians are ignorant of God’s holy standards for His people. I have met college students who say that they know Christ, but who do not feel that it is wrong to have sex outside of marriage. Divorce has become so widespread, even in evangelical circles that many professing Christians walk away from their marriages as if divorce were just an unfortunate event, rather than a grievous sin. God’s moral standards do not change over time or from culture to culture. We must not be so influenced by our culture that we violate God’s holy standards. This leads to the final section of our text:

  1. Our authoritative guide for all faith and practice is God’s Word, which should be taught and learned (15:30-35).

Judas and Silas, who accompanied Paul and Barnabas back to Antioch, “strengthened the brethren with a lengthy message.” I like that! And Luke reports that Paul and Barnabas stayed in Antioch, “teaching and preaching, with many others also, the word of the Lord.” In Acts 11:26, we saw how these men “for an entire year met with the church and taught considerable numbers; and the disciples were first called Christians in Antioch.”

We often forget that the Great Commission is not just evangelism. That’s the first part of it; but the Great Commission also requires “teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you” (Matt. 28:20). Churches today are starved because pastors are expected to do all sorts of things, with teaching and preaching God’s Word low on the list. It should be at the top.

Also, the church has always been plagued with false teachers like these Judaizers, whose words unsettled the souls of the saints (15:24). The Greek word “unsettled” occurs only here in the New Testament. It was used outside the Bible to refer to going bankrupt or to a military force plundering a town (James Moulton & George Milligan, The Vocabulary of the Greek New Testament [Eerdmans], p. 37). Paul later warned the Ephesian pastors that from among their ranks, men would arise, “speaking perverse things, to draw away the disciples after them” (Acts 20:30). So we always need to be growing in our knowledge and application of God’s Word, so that false teachers do not plunder our souls.

 

Conclusion:

During 1977, millions of people lined up at museums across the United States to view the treasures from the tomb of King Tutankhamen of Egypt. It is interesting that Ali Hassan, the curator of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, discovered that some of the jewels in the tomb were not genuine, but were only colored glass. When he was asked how this could go undetected for so many years, Mr. Hassan answered, “We were blinded by the gold. One just assumes that real gold and real gems go hand-in-hand. This is a case where they don’t” (“Our Daily Bread,” Fall, 1978).

Satan mixes truth and error to deceive Christians. He gets us to compromise and unite over doctrines where we should not budge an inch. And, he gets us to fight and divide over issues where we need to concede our rights out of love. We need God’s wisdom and discernment to know essential truth where we must never concede, and to know areas where it is right to concede out of love so as not to offend others

 

Excerpt from a Bible Lesson by Stephen J. Cole
https://bible.org/seriespage/lesson-37-when-concession-right-acts-1512-35

 

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“All We Like Sheep”

All we like sheep have gone astray
Here the prophet represents all the elect of God, whether Jews or Gentiles; whom he compares to “sheep”, not for their good qualities, but for their foolishness and stupidity; and particularly for their being subject to go astray from the shepherd, and the fold, and from their good pastures, and who never return of themselves, until they are looked up, and brought back by the shepherd, or owner of them; so the people of God, in a state of nature, are like the silly sheep, they go astray from God, are alienated from

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The Virtues Required of Citizens In a Free Society

The Virtues Required of Citizens In a Free Society

At first it might seem strange to ask what virtues citizens need in a free society. If citizens should be free, should we be concerned that they possess particular virtues? Is it appropriate for government to be concerned about character formation in free society? For the Founders the question was not strange. They thought that preserving freedom through self-governing institutions required that citizens have certain virtues. However, they did not believe that government would be primarily responsible for inculcating those virtues. Government depends on these virtues.

In Federalist No. 55, James Madison says that while “there is a degree of depravity in mankind which requires a certain degree of circumspection and distrust, so there are other qualities in human nature which justify a certain portion of esteem and confidence.” America’s republican form of government “presupposes the existence of these qualities in a higher degree than any other form” (James Madison, Federalist No. 55, 1788).

While government depended on these virtues, they would primarily develop through private institutions. Government could play some role in encouraging these qualities, particularly through

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