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Ebola Cure from the Bible

Who says Ebola doesn't have a cure. It does. A cure that is both preventive and curative. It's just that we are so used to it that we take it for granted. I am going to tell you what it is but you'll probably hiss...or sign..or agree.

But your reaction doesn't change the reality that this drug in itself is the prevention and cure for this deadly disease. Your reaction will only limit its potency or activate it....

one more thing...

it only works as a secondary force to an already existing lifestyle

That lifestyle is the lifestyle of faith. The cure is Exo 23:25-26.

"And You shall serve The Lord YOUR GOD, and HE will bless your bread and water, HE WILL TAKE SICKNESS AWAY FROM YOU.....AND YOU SHALL FULFILL THE NUMBER OF YOUR DAYS [Means u will live a long fruitful life)"

Cure capsule 2 - Psa 91:9-13 paraphrased - If you make The Most High your dwelling, even The Lord your refuge, No evil (ebola is evil) will come near you! No plague (the spread of ebola is a plague) will come near your dwelling ( including your household). For He will command His angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways (wisdom to live in today's world). They will lift you up (above the fear and plague) so that you will not strike your feet against a stone. You will tread upon the lion and the adder (ebola inclusive) and it will not hurt you....

More exist in The Bible.

Lastly.... Meditate on these things... Give yourself wholly to them and your profiting will appear. The Word of God is active and powerful...sharper than any two edged sword...piercing into the dividing asunder of the soul and gets your bone and marrows.. And prepares a strong defence against any onslaught of the enemy.... And for those infected, The Word of God is able to eat up any virus...and clean the body system of it.
It is that potent.

Ijeoma Osaro


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