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If someone in a church is diagnosed with cancer and they believe it to be true, I wish everyone who ever had a loved one die from cancer… I wish they would minister to that one who has been diagnosed with cancer by a doctor, and that they, one by one, tell of who they knew that suffered and died of it, and then ask the one who has the diagnoses, if it would be OK if they would curse the cancer and command it to die in Jesus’ name.
I wish they would do that one after another and come into agreement in Jesus’ name.
In additon to the above post, I think it would be good if the person be talked to by a pastor or some elders to see if there is any unrepented of sin, and then if not…let the church put their foot down on it using the name of Jesus Christ.
Here’s a question we might want to ask ourselves:
Did Jesus go around saying that this or that isn’t Biblical?
Yet, he did speak against some things that are contrary to the commandments, and also taught lots of things that are according to the commandments.
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