God Wants Us Well
Healing in any area of the life is more than a diagnosis. The cure is most effectively accomplished when we accurately identify and deal with the root cause(s) of the condition, including the specific lies that open the door to that condition in the first place. The more precisely the lies are identified, the more powerfully and effectively we will be in dealing with the problem. When the lie is replaced by the Truth, when we repent and confess our allegiance to the lie, it allows us to receive the revelation and experience the resolution. Passivity, denial, avoidance, complacency and the spiritual smog we live in has disarmed us in regard to the spiritual dangers we are in. They minimize or obscure the steps we need to take to address the lie and create confusion about our worth, health and “loveability”. We have become the tragically unnecessary casualties in the war between God and Satan.
The anatomy of the Human Being is: body, soul, and spirit. Our parts are connected. What affects one part will reflect on the other parts of us. The body does not lie. Your mouth may lie, but our body will tell you the truth. You cannot misuse its various members and not suffer serious consequences. In an effort to control our world we have made our physical body responsible for many things is cannot do. The stress of making your immune system the guardian of your self-image, or your stomach the container for all unresolved offenses will destroy your physical health. Fear, stress and anxiety are the world we live in and can take a tole on your health if the lies are allowed to prevail against the truth of God’s promises.
We must also realize that as natural beings we live in a multidimensional world of the supernatural. What is accomplished in the spiritual world, or in our generations past, can come down to lay down a similar pattern in us today. The constant exposure to the fear and anxiety present in this world do not promote health or a sense of rest and wellbeing but of vulnerability and a struggle to survive. Wisdom on how we are to care for these physical bodies, including the foods we eat and the thoughts we think and the feelings we have will determine not only our physical health but our spiritual strength and victory.