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Lv 5

She asked : Will a baptism get rid of any curses that might have been placed on me? And I said..?

IF I tell you "here is your cancer medicine" Do you hesitate to take it because it might be fattening ??

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  • 3 years ago

    True baptism like Jesus was baptized by someone at least as good as John the Baptist , and mad e the same covenant Jesus made with God . Only my Church performs them . See my answers .

  • 3 years ago

    And then she asked: "Is this question a non sequitur? Because I like pudding." The difference between baptism and cancer medications is that the meds have a demonstrable and measurable effect. So if anyone said anything like that to me, I'd quickly conclude, right or wrong, that they have no idea what they're talking about.

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  • 3 years ago

    It will if you actually believe in God. Then the curses cannot touch you.

    Curses have no power that you yourself do not give them.

  • Evan
    Lv 7
    3 years ago

    So your position is that you should take a cure 'just in case' (and also in the complete absence of any efficacy data that the cure in question actually works). Is that it?

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