Proverbs 26:2 “As the bird by wandering, as the swallow by flying, so a curse without cause shall not come.”

What if all our diseases were created through sin?

Why don’t we think this is possible any longer?

Sure in the old days, preachers and priests alike would go around screaming all day, condemning others, saying your sin is what is killing you.

But what if it’s true?  To this day, scientists don’t know what triggers our body’s basic cells into doing what they do.  They guess, they make theories all day long, but not ONE can tell you why a non smoker gets lung cancer and a lifelong smoker doesn’t.  Not one can explain why a child would get a horrible disease, or why some of the cruelest monsters ever born never get sick.  They say its our immune systems, or our DNA is different; but not one scientist can tell you why your cancer went ballistic and turned malignant.  The only difference between a non-malignant cyst and a cancerous tumor is how often they multiply.  Both feed off your body, creating lumps where they shouldn’t be, yet one stops growing for some unexplained reason and the other eats you alive.

What if you look at the issue of depression.  I’m not sure of the statistics here, but depressed people have more ailments and illnesses than those who are not depressed.  Which in itself tells me our own minds can control our illnesses; the state of our soul inside does matter.  Making them worse or better.

Or take cancer; many people beat cancer, and doctors themselves will tell you it was because they had the will.  The will to live.  The will to beat it, the will of others backing them up.

Yet to prove my theory, I would need to explain why its possible for mean nasty monster type people to live into their hundreds.  But this is easily proven if you consider this; their soul and heart only care about themselves to the extent that they are at peace with themselves.  They feel no shame, no guilt or remorse for any of their actions, thus they are physically healthy due to mental illness.

Whereas the rest of us do feel guilt and shame and remorse for our actions, because we are working towards becoming holy.  No matter your religion, across our globe people strive to become better people.  It’s in our nature.  We want everyone to love us, thus at some point we must become so pure and good, that everyone will.  We may not consciously admit this, but for the most part, all humans strive to be better.

And when it comes to children being ill, I truly feel there are only two reasons: one, the child is so pure God calls them home to Him while still perfect; two, the illness is a lesson for the parents alone.

In the Torah and the Bible, both words ‘disease’ and ‘sin’ are synonymousDoesn’t that strike you as odd?

III John 2:  “Beloved, I wish above all things that you may prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth.”

Even as our soul prospereth: which means when our soul is healthy, so is our body.

Do you know that ‘peace’ in your heart can balance the chemicals in your brain?  Can also calm your blood pressure and your heart rate?

Imagine if we all remained in a state of peace at all times (sorry, I just can’t imagine it. lol)

If you read Deuteronomy or Leviticus, you will see it states plainly that for every disease, there was a curse.  If we obey God, we are blessed, if we do not we are cursed; and in those scriptures, almost all the curses are diseases.

Proverbs 17:22 “…a broken spirit drieth the bones.”

Proverbs 14:30 “a tranquil heart is the life of the flesh; but envy is the rottenness of the bones.”

So maybe the next time you start to feel sick, something just isn’t right, before you head off to the local doctor, stop what you’re doing and review your life.  Are you wrestling with envy, anger, hate for another human being?  Dig deep for the truth, DON’T allow EXCUSES to blind you.  Dig deep enough into your reasons for still harboring bad thougths about this person, until you reach the point where you understand why they did what they did…even if you need to guess an answer, come up with ONE reason for their actions.  Then, you can forgive.  And forgive completely.

Am I so jealous of Joe Schmoe because he got the promotion over me, that the jealousy is now eating away at my internal organs.  (Imagine going to the doctor to have him tell you, “I’m sorry but your sick with jealousy.”  lol)

Am I still holding a grudge against my sister, my Mother, my Father, my brother for always being the smart one, or the one loved most by my parents, or the sickest of all who molested you.  My parents never loved me.  My Mother beat me.  My Father didn’t care.  No matter your childhood or your reasons, there are DEEP deep issues buried in all of us…until you address them, come to terms with them, and even forgive them, you will always be sick; sick at heart.  Which we all know, leads to illness.

Just sayin…  🙂  and just trying to instigate your mind into thinking in a new old way!

God Bless you ALL with good Health, body and soul!

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5 thoughts on “Proverbs 26:2 “As the bird by wandering, as the swallow by flying, so a curse without cause shall not come.”

  1. Sorry, shards, I’m not buying this for one second. I do hope we don’t fall out over it.
    Why are ‘disease’ and ‘sin’ synonymous? Because that’s how language happens, and that’s without the added complication of translation and personal bias in the translator’s approach.
    Yes, mood and the mind can alter the progress of disease, no question. I do question your assertion that mind and soul are the same thing. That’s a big leap to make.
    Disease is caused by sin? Well, tell that to a mother who’s three day old just died of cholera, or dysentery, or respiratory disease. Just what sin has that child committed in those few hours?
    That leaves the possibility of sins of the fathers being visited on the sons. I don’t want to believe in a god who is so vengeful, who is prepared to punish us for the sin of not loving him because we employ the freedom of choice and ability to think that he gave us and then refuses to let us use.That’s not love for us; that’s a dictatorship.

    As i said, let’s not fall out over this.

    • no worries Duncan! I love to discuss things, and believe everyone is entitled to their opinion. Even if it is wrong! hahaha I’ve already stated my views so I’ll just comment on the question of our soul and mind being the same. I didn’t mean it that way, because they aren’t actually the same, they are linked inseparably, and even though our brain is only sending out electrical signals, I believe our mind is the response to that, which responds hand in hand with our soul. I also think our soul must be able to think also, to acknowledge love, kindness, hate, etc., or we wouldn’t feel things. So why wouldn’t they be the same glob of unseen thing that rules our brain…?

      • I’m always up for healthy discussion. My father in law was a man of the cloth, and he was a great one to spar with. He was an engineer originally too, so it was fun to invoke engineering principles in my arguments.
        And of course you’re entitled to your opinion, even if you are wrong… Hahahaha
        🙂

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