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Healing Revisited | Physically Spiritual

Updated: Oct 21, 2021

In the book of Exodus, God tells his people “I, the LORD, am your healer.” God comes to heal our broken nature. This episode of Physically Spiritual takes a deeper dive into how the devil is the enemy of human nature and how the Lord heals us.

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Headings

2:30 - The devil hates all of us

7:30 - The devil is limited

8:45 - An example from my life

12:00 - What is physical health?

20:30 - What makes you healthy?

23:30 - Health and Holiness

28:00 - Reapproaching the example


Notes


Earlier episodes on healing:

Episode 5 - https://www.becominggift.com/post/sin-is-a-symptom

Episode 6 - https://www.becominggift.com/post/gods-design

Episode 7 - https://www.becominggift.com/post/stuck

Episode 8 - https://www.becominggift.com/post/plan-for-healing

Episode 9 - https://www.becominggift.com/post/healing-the-root


The effect of light on sleep - https://www.sleep.org/how-lights-affect-sleep/


71.9% of adults in the United States are Overweight or Obese - https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/obesity-overweight.htm


“The power of Satan is, nonetheless, not infinite. He is only a creature, powerful from the fact that he is pure spirit, but still a creature. He cannot prevent the building up of God's reign. Although Satan may act in the world out of hatred for God and his kingdom in Christ Jesus, and although his action may cause grave injuries - of a spiritual nature and, indirectly, even of a physical nature- to each man and to society, the action is permitted by divine providence which with strength and gentleness guides human and cosmic history. It is a great mystery that providence should permit diabolical activity, but "we know that in everything God works for good with those who love him." Catechism of the Catholic Church - http://www.vatican.va/archive/ccc_css/archive/catechism/p1s2c1p7.htm


Creation As Sacrament - https://stpaulcenter.com/creation-as-sacrament/


Core Biological Systems - Assimilation, Structural Integrity, Communication, Transport, Defense & Repair, Energy, Biotransformation & Elimination


Institute for Functional Medicine - https://www.ifm.org/functional-medicine/what-is-functional-medicine/


Introduction to Functional Medicine - https://p.widencdn.net/xazlwe/Intro_Functional_Medicine


A Functional Approach to Dementia - https://kresserinstitute.com/nutritional-support-for-dementia-and-alzheimers/


Core Functions of the Person: Reason, Will, Concupiscible, Irascible, Relational, Psychological, Physical


"Therefore in so far as the reason is deprived of its order to the true, there is the wound of ignorance; in so far as the will is deprived of its order of good, there is the wound of malice; in so far as the irascible is deprived of its order to the arduous, there is the wound of weakness; and in so far as the concupiscible is deprived of its order to the delectable, moderated by reason, there is the wound of concupiscence. Accordingly, these are the four wounds inflicted on the whole of human nature as a result of our first parent's sin. But since the inclination to the good of virtue is diminished in each individual on account of actual sin, as was explained above, these four wounds are also the result of other sins, in so far as, through sin, the reason is obscured, especially in practical matters, the will hardened to evil, good actions become more difficult and concupiscence more impetuous." St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae, I-II.85.3 - https://www.newadvent.org/summa/2085.htm

Read more on this topic - https://www.becominggift.com/post/trees


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