Don’t Accept Sickness and Disease

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Don’t Accept Sickness and Disease

Kenneth E. Hagin’s healed testimony

Source: Health Food Devotions by Kenneth E. Hagin. Excerpt permission granted by Faith Library Publications

…Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.
(James 4:7)

When I was a teenager, the doctors said I wouldn’t live. But I proved them wrong! I had two serious organic heart troubles and an incurable blood disease. I was also paralyzed.

The doctors said that my white corpuscles were eating up my red corpuscles faster than I could build them up and faster than anything could be done about it medically.

They said, “We’ll be honest with you. If you didn’t have the heart condition, if you didn’t have the paralysis, the incurable blood disease alone would prove fatal to you.”

But it didn’t prove fatal to me. In sixty-eight years, I have not had one single headache. I’ve proved God’s Word works. The last headache I had was in August 1933. I’m not bragging on me. I’m bragging on what I learned from the Bible.

Someone might say, “What would you do if you had a headache?” Well, first, I wouldn’t tell it if I did. And second, I’d resist it.

Some years ago, I was leaving the parking lot at RHEMA, and, all of a sudden, a pain hit me in my head. My head started hurting. I spoke up and said, “Oh no, you don’t, devil! You don’t put any headache on me! I don’t have one! I’m not going to have it!”

By the time I was heading down the road, it was all gone. You see, we make the mistake of ever accepting these things.

Confession:

I resist the devil and he flees from me. I resist sickness and disease. I refuse to accept anything that the devil brings my way!

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