In the Ofudesaki, God tells us that illness should not exist, God tells us that illness is from the path of the mistaken mind (3-95). The mistaken mind is a mind that may have one or all of these evil thoughts. These  thoughts are regret, covetousness, self-love, greed, and arrogance. Yes some of you may say there are 8 dust; but in the Ofudesaki only 5 is mentioned., I believe that the other 3, arise from the original 5.  God is telling us that illness originates from the path of the mistaken mind. God is not telling us that these dusts or evil thoughts cause our illnesses; but God is telling us that the ACTION of these thoughts cause illness.  God is actually telling us how we can prevent illness. If we do not act on our evil thoughts we can prevent illness, and possibly also eliminate these evil thoughts from our minds.  Remember, God definitely tells us that the path of these thoughts lead to illness.
 
If what God is telling is the truth, I believe that the Corona virus pandemic may have given us the opportunity to spread our teachings. What if we had spread the truth of where illness originates from? Remember, God tells us that from knots, buds sprout. Unfortunately, we may have succumbed to the world’s thinking; and from this incident, buds will not sprout.

About heaventruth

A fundamentalist in the translation and interpretation of the Book of Prophecy (Ofudesaki), as it relates to the world today and in the future.
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