I have been very excited about the replies to the previous blog about controlling the chemo so it does not destroy the body. Obviously others have been way out ahead of us. We have two stories in the comments indicating that they did exactly that and it worked.
I realized that while that is good, it completely misses the main point which is to kill the cancer. Some of the plagues were carpet bombing like the way we use chemo today. There were frogs and locust everywhere. Others were precise and limited.
Here we are talking about the tenth plague which was the targeted killing of only the firstborn, from the king to the slave to the animals, to any Hebrews who did not cover their door posts with blood.
You see, going through seven plagues with protection did not set them free. What brought freedom for the Hebrews was some very targeted death all over Egypt.
THIS is what we need to focus on. Yes to protecting the good cells. But let’s speak to the human spirit and ask the Holy Spirit to supernaturally concentrate the chemo in ways no human doctor can, precisely and specifically on every single cancer cell. Invoke the fact that no firstborns in Egypt escaped. It was targeted in that no second born kids died, but it was also targeted in that EVERY firstborn was accurately identified – all the way down to the cattle.
Another picture is the Battle of the Valley of Aijalon in Joshua 10:10ff. The Canaanites were running away faster than the Israelites could kill them, so God got out His slingshot and began potting the retreating soldiers with hailstones. In the end, He scored endless direct hits and accomplished more than the Israelite army did.
Another one is in 2 Kings 7 where there was a stampede and just one officer was killed – the one who sassed the prophet and The Almighty the day before. Who ever heard of a stampede where only one person was killed? A targeted killing, by God, who was angry at the man.
Another is Ahab. He went into battle disguised as an ordinary officer so he would not get targeted by the Arameans. However, God targeted him. An enemy soldier drew his bow at random and God directed the arrow to kill the king who was under a death sentence. 2 Chronicles 18:33ff.
So God does surgical strikes better than any remote controlled drone can. Let’s bless the chemo in the hands of God (not according to the doctors’ pronouncements and opinions) to be a fantasticaly deadly weapon, targeting the cells that are defying God’s order for life.
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NOT a half baked potato. A deadly, Biblical prayer.