Rotten Apples in Your Life

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An apple a day keeps the doctor away!

Is this still true today when cancer, diabetes, ADHD, strokes and AIDs can be found in most families?

The answer is No.

An apple a day, or, for that matter, eating healthy, is not enough to prevent us from becoming sick today.

I am not going to discuss the current nutritional value of food.

I am going to tell you about a topic that I find very interesting which is;

The spiritual roots in diseases or as I see them – the rotten apples that cause sickness and disease.

Pastor Henry Wright, also a medical doctor, believes that about 80% of all diseases have no known medical cure. Sicknesses in our bodies are due to one or a combination of the following rotten apples: Fear, anxiety, bitterness, envy & jealousy, lovelessness, guilt, self pity, rejection and pride.

These bad emotions are the work of Satan who first seduced Eve with an apple. Yes, the Bible tells us in Ephesians 6: ‘Our battle is not against flesh and blood but against principalities and powers and spiritual wickedness in high places.’

I know that what Pastor Wright and the Bible says is true because I have been healed from fibromyalgia. To be healed I needed to repent of, and turn away from, perfectionism and over ambitiousness.

Believe it or not, this ‘gos-pill’ really works. My mother was healed from epilepsy, after suffering from it for 34 years, when she repented before God that fear and anxiety had their claws in her life. Miracles still do happen.

Let us look more closely at some of the rotten apples that slowly but surely poison us.

The first one is FEAR

We have become so used to fear that it has become part of our walk and talk. But it is not what the Bible commands us to do. It says we must not fear and that to fear things, people or situations is sinful. If we fear we do not trust God.

Many diseases originate from fear, anxiety and stress.

Think of asthma,...
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