What is the root of all viruses? How did we come to inherit it and how can we be rid of it?
Is it true it came from a snake?
Yes. It all started in the garden when Adam and Eve ate from the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. This unleashed the sin virus.
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How does it spread?
Unfortunately, the virus is a hereditary disease. The genetic traits and mutations are passed on from birth.
What are the Symptoms of the virus?
The symptoms of the virus are extensive and manifest differently with different people. It is worth noting that all diseases and illnesses are linked to contracting the original virus. In addition to the physiological impact, psychological degeneration can not be overstated. Man's way of thinking, speaking and acting all suffer.
How do I know if I have it?
Everybody is a carrier. Some people don’t believe they carry the virus because they compare themselves to others with seemingly worse traits. This distorted self-diagnosis in itself is a symptom of the virus, causing people to think they are well when they are actually fatally sick. Some popular traits are ego, pride, jealousy, foul language, violence, lying, cheating, stealing, lust, abuse, murder, hatred, bullying, cowardice, laziness, and so on.
Will I die?
Yes. Before the virus, there was no death, and shortly after the virus, people lived hundreds and hundreds of years. As the disease worked its way in our gene pool, the average life span was about 120 years. Today the average life span is about 70.
My baby doesn’t exhibit any symptoms. Is she perfect?
No. Give it time. Though born innocent, these little ones are by no means perfect, the traits of the virus will begin to manifest over time.
Can an infected person spread the virus by contact?
Yes. As mentioned, the virus is primarily hereditary. The inflammation of the symptoms are often provoked by contact with another carrier. The contagion has led to unspeakable acts of depravity, violence and discord.
How can I protect my loved ones and community?
Well, it's a tricky one. First off, understanding that people are controlled by the virus helps us understand (not condone) their behaviour. Checks and balances can help to manage the worst outbreaks. Communities must consider law enforcement and even imprisonment in order to manage the unmanageable.
Is there a cure?
Yes. As mentioned, the virus is passed on through the gene pool, impacting mankind’s body, soul and spirit. The virus will continue to evolve in different ways and cannot be beaten except through the blood of Christ. Through the pure, uncontaminated blood of Christ, a vaccination is available to cleanse us from all the effects of the sin virus.
Can I have symptoms even after treatment?
After undergoing regeneration by being born again, some traits may still manifest, but these will be ironed out over time. By meditating on God’s word, being accountable and heeding the inner working of the Holy Spirit, individuals overcome the virus.
Why is there no panic, compared to COVID-19?
Partly because the epidemic has become normalised, we accept death as a normal part of life. We consider our sins as part of simply ‘being human’. So much so, that to be cured is considered peculiar or strange. But those who have been healed and transformed know it is the only way to live.
Come near to God and he will come near to you. Wash your hands, you sinners, and purify your hearts, you double-minded. - James 4:8
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