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An Infirmity Thiry And Eight Years!

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Announcements Forums Mortals and Immortals – May 15th, 2016 An Infirmity Thiry And Eight Years!

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    John 5:5 And a certain man was there, which had an infirmity thirty and eight years.

    This man’s story and others from the Bible clearly teach that no error, no matter how long it appears to be true is ever the reality! How long has a particular belief continued? I should ask how long will I continue to believe in what God has not made? Obviously it was only a BELIEF of infirmity that was why in just an instant the Christ Truth wiped it out. I know for a very long time I struggled with certain claims but either suddenly or slowly, as I saw how false a claim was, the realization of my spiritual perfection, brought the peace I needed. Time has nothing to do with anything and certainly NOT with something unreal, something not a part of God’s nature and therefore not a part of His reflection.

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