Telling it as is it comes (5/3/15)…
Today, again, after hearing of another’s physical affliction (cancer) in their body I became, again, concerned with how to convey to the afflicted (and their friends and others who have influence in in the lives of those afflicted) the importance of being individually responsible for placing our trust and confidence, spiritually and physically, where it should be. It should be placed in the truth and in The Truth, our Lord Jesus Christ, the living Son of God.
As usual, the answer, according to the above mentioned afflicted individual’s doctor, is to “cut, poison and burn”. I scream on the inside, “Why don’t people do some research for themselves?!!!”
And then, for the Christian, a scripture comes to my mind:
“If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”
“…and turn from their wicked ways…”
I looked up the word, “wickedness” in Strong’s Dictionary:
“From an unused root perhaps meaning properly to pant (hence to exert oneself, usually in vain; to come to naught); strictly nothingness; also trouble, vanity, wickedness; specifically an idol: – affliction, evil, false, idol, iniquity, mischief, mourners (-ing), naught, sorrow, unjust, unrighteous, vain, vanity, wicked (-ness.)”
Placing trust in the AMA and the ACS (American Medical Association and the American Cancer Society) without applying some abundantly available and so very easily obtainable (provided by God himself!) natural alternatives are unrighteous acts of any true Bible believer. It is wrong to keep putting poisonous food into the body which is the host for cancer. It comes to naught. It is most definitely unjust and causes much sorrow. To make plain: Is this not willful wickedness when so much of God’s provisions is at our finger tips?
Why describe it as wickedness? Because that’s what it is. There isn’t much room left for the excuse of ignorance, not in today’s world of so much information that is so easily accessed. It is the rejection of truth that makes it wicked. This is individual irresponsibility in its highest form. Finding and knowing the truth in matters of life and death, physically and spiritually, is a road we all must travel if we are to be free from the bondage we find ourselves in, which is one of the first discoveries of truth we’ll come to.
Good information can be found on just about anything that comes to mind. Here’s a recent example of a little research I did on tumors found on the retina:
A cause of the cancer of the retina is aspartame. Google “snopes retina cancer aspartame” and you’ll probably believe otherwise. Leave Snopes out of the search and you’ll find that:
and so much more.
Why the conflict of information? To understand and KNOW the truth to THAT question you’ll have to read Eustace Mullins’ book, “Murder By Injection”. If you aren’t knowledgeable of how we’re enslaved by our own “health care” understandings and you don’t read this book, it will be your choice to remain ignorant (and arrogant!) of the assimilation of so many facts about the “Health Care” industry. You’ve chosen to NOT know the truth.
The truth has been around for a very long time but you’ll have to be the one to find it and know it. It’s wholly and entirely up to you.
Google, “Cut, Poison and Burn”.
“…As he thinketh in his heart, so is he.”
Author’s note (Added 5-9-15): I didn’t mean to get under anyone’s skin, if I did. I just wanted to make the point, again, that what we’ve been taught to believe is true is a blatant lie. Most people had rather leave the decision of life and death up to the doctors who know nothing but to slash, poison and burn the victim of this particular disease. The reason I said, “Most people had rather leave the decision of life and death up to the doctors…” is because most people today have heard of alternative treatments of cancer but “decide” not to educate themselves enough to be convinced to see the “cut, poison and burn” treatment as a lie with no true hope of a cure. The truth can be realized. It is up to the individual: To the Christian, I ask, “Wickedness or righteousness?” -Freeman