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Lou's reply- SLS

Posted by Lou Pilder on December 20, 2009, at 17:44:54

In reply to Re: Lou's request-, posted by SLS on December 20, 2009, at 17:07:09

> > Scott,
> Lou,
> > You wrote,[...God has given..many gifts...I believe that the invention of psychotropic drugs is one such gift...]
> > I am unsure as to what you wrote includes or not. If you could post answers to the following, then I could have the opportunity to respond accordingly.
> > A. Which God, if you believe that their is more than one God, are you referring to?
> The One.
> > B. If the God that you are referring to is the God that the Jews and Christians give service and worship to,
> The way I see it, there is only One, regardless of whom presumes ownership.
> > are you aquainted with what their scriptures say concerning healing and mind-altering drugs?
> Enlighten me, please.
> > C. What criteria could you post here leads you to believing that psychotropic drugs are a gift from the God that you are referring to?
> I guess the criteria are in the mind of the beholder of the gifts.
> > D. Are all psychotropic drugs in your belief a gift from the God
> I believe one must take into consideration the gestault that is the Universe. There is no perfection except for in the One.
> > they cause death?
> Which ones are you referring to? You mean, like Tylenol?
> > E. Other questions not stated.
> Other answers not offered.
> :-)
> Thanks for opportunity to spend some time away from the stove.
> - Scott

You wrote,[...enlighten me...{scriptures that the Jews use in relation to mind-altering drugs)...]
Some of the scripturs that have been revealed to me concerning this topic are the foundation for other scriptures relating to healing and mind-altering drugs.
One that has been prominate in my journey here is Psalm 103, the 3erd verse that reads as,[...God has promised to heal all our diseases...].
Now that promise to me is the foundation for my belief. I have taken the God that the Jews give service and worship to at His Word.
Then in the book called Exodus, in the 15th chapter, the 26th verse, it reads,[...I am the Lord that heals you...].
Now if those scriptures are true, then do we not have a foundation to build on to seek healing?




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