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A must read for anyone looking for answers in the spiritual warfare. Christ said it many times: " It is your faith that healed you". On the other hand He also did not do many mighty works because of the unbelief of the people. Yet He said to us "You will do the things I do and greater". The Bible also tells us that when we are adopted by God we will be free from the bondage of worldly torment. The Bible isn't kidding.
But Christianity is bowed under just as much worldly torment, diseases, disorders and disasters as the rest of the world population. Maybe we are not reading the Bible for what it says. E.g. The Bible will tell you that "Anxiety in the heart of men causes depression". Yet the number one prescribed drugs in America are anti-depressants. In an attempt to straighten out the chemical imbalance that according to the medical world I'd the cause of depression. How about the anxiety the Bible tells us about? Realize that anxiety is fear. With God being love, and the Bible telling us that there is no fear in love (God), and that perfect love (God) casts out fear because fear is torment, mankind should know better than popping pills. And depression is not the only problem the Bible discusses. The torment that mankind is suffering through in this day and age is not a "suffering for Christ". It is a suffering because of a lack of knowledge. As God said "My people are in bondage because of a lack of knowledge". So where did Christianity loose touch with the message Jesus Christ brought us? Why do we not see the Godly miracles happen like the Bible describes in the New Testament?
Because mankind is treating the Biblical knowledge as they are treating anything. How can I get as much as possible out of this, with having to put as little as possible into this? And in that process they have lost touch with the underlying message in the Bible. A message that desperately needs to be brought back into Christianity. And it might be worth it for your eternal life, and for your life here on earth, to find out what that message is.

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