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Full Blown Wrongness (part 2)

Joan Winifred

What’s wrong? (aka what is bothering You?)

me?? 😉

(Actually, I’m still trying to get over a severe complaints, it could be worse, eh?)
All of humanity…all breathing-fragile-life has something identifiable and/or unidentifiably bothering them personally..(we all know our own pain/situation/circumstance/injustice)..we live with it individually and collectively…humanity suffers and groans. Humanity needs escape, relief, rescue…recovery, cure.

and NOW…would be nice, huh?…immediate relief/resolution.

IF I ask that same question: “What’s wrong?” to a younger person, or an older person or to a male or female or a single person or a married person or to a childless person or to a parent or an orphan…or a rich person or poor person or…you name the specifics…there would be a very specific perspective or unique take on what’s wrong. (There would also be a very unique take on what’s right.)

We all experience the symptoms of what’s wrong…whether mild or full-blown.

So, generally speaking, all of humanity is sick today and of need of a little or a lot of comfort…

i find a measure of comfort in accurate answers or satisfying answers to questions that bother/perplex me..(and no I will never know it all..I just need enough info to allay any function well enough). ..for me, the Bible, has been a book/source of satisfying answers to life’s complex problems.

Here’s some stuff (an article AWAKE! April 2013)read on WHY is Humanity Sick?



“Do not come to be among heavy drinkers of wine, among those who are gluttonous eaters of flesh.”—Proverbs 23:20.

The Bible is not a medical textbook; nor does it regulate every aspect of human behavior. Still, you can benefit from understanding God’s view of health as expressed in the Bible.

Numerous Bible passages shed light on how God feels about the way we treat our bodies. For instance, the Bible condemns harmful excesses, including drunkenness and gluttony. (Proverbs 23:20) God’s Law code given to ancient Israel included measures that would control and in some cases even prevent diseases. The Law also incorporated specific safety regulations for the prevention of injuries. (Deuteronomy 22:8) Clearly, the Bible encourages us to take care of our bodies and take reasonable measures to protect our health.

According to the Bible, why do we get sick?
“Through one man sin entered into the world and death through sin.”—Romans 5:12.

Many believe that sickness is simply a quirk of human evolution. Others think that mysterious forces, such as evil spirits, are the cause of our health problems.

According to the Bible, we get sick as a result of the first human rebellion against God. (Romans 5:12) Before their rebellion, our first parents, Adam and Eve, enjoyed perfect health. They knew that they would die if they withdrew from God’s loving care. (Genesis 2:16, 17) Still, they willfully severed their friendship with God and lost their perfection. * In this article, we use the words “perfect” and “perfection” to refer to the healthy state in which God created the first humans, unaffected by sickness, disease, and death.

The flawed nature of our rebellious first human parents has been passed on to us. Hence, despite all efforts to eliminate human maladies, we still get sick.

The Bible teaches that if you become reconciled to God by obeying his wise principles, you will eventually enjoy perfect health in an earthly paradise. (Isaiah 33:24) God promises to eliminate pain, sickness, and death.—Revelation 21:3, 4.

Does the Bible discourage medical treatment?
“Persons in health do not need a physician, but the ailing do.”—Matthew 9:12.

Some promote spiritual healing (also known as faith healing) over medical treatment.

God allowed health-care practitioners to operate among his people in Bible times. (Genesis 38:28; Colossians 4:14) There is nothing in the Bible that would indicate that God was displeased with their use of medicinal plants, ointments, prescribed diets, and other health treatments. In fact, Jesus acknowledged that “persons in health do not need a physician, but the ailing do.”—Matthew 9:12.

Yet, the Bible does not endorse the pursuit of health at all costs. For instance, the Bible does not endorse the modern-day practice of faith healing. And cures that involve spiritistic practices are not approved by God. (Galatians 5:19-21) Aside from practices that the Bible condemns, the sensible thing to do when faced with infirmities would be to seek appropriate health care promptly, if it is available.



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