What the Bible Says About Cancer?

The Bible doesn't say anything specific about cancer. however, this does not mean that it does not address the problem of disease. King Hezekiah was sick with “bolle” ( 2 Re 20:6-8 ), which actually could have been a cancer with a different name. Then, although the word cancer is not in Scripture, there are conditions described that could very well have been cancer. When Jesus was on earth, he healed all the diseases that were brought to him (obviously, this could include cancer) as a sign to the Jews that he was their Messiah. however, the cancer, like all diseases, it is the result of the curse of sin on the world. in Genesis 3:17 we read: “Damn the ground for you”. The translated word “terra” is better translated “terra”. The earth has been cursed because of sin and all men die – we all return to dust – and the method of death could be due to a disease which is a natural result of the curse on earth. Diseases are not “punishments”. They are the result of living in a fallen world and cursed earth, and believers and non-believers alike develop cancer and other diseases that lead to death. We must remember that, in the life of the believer, It gave “works all things together for good” ( Romans 8:28 ) e “all things” includes cancer.

 

The wonderful thing is that, even though in this life on the cursed earth we are prone to diseases such as cancer, we have hope. Salmo 103 it has a wonderful passage that gives us the certainty that there will be an end to the evils of this world. The Psalm 103:1–4 dice:

“Praise the LORD, my soul; all my underwear, praise his holy name. Praise the Lord, my soul, and don't forget all its benefits, who forgives all your sins and heals all your diseases, who redeems your life from the pit and crowns you with love and compassion ".

This step means that we are guaranteed that God will heal us of cancer or other diseases in this life? No, this is not the meaning of this passage. Rather, the same God who forgives us our sin will one day bring us to a place that he has prepared for us (Matteo 25:34). His redemption preserves us from destruction, and then there will be no more curses, nor diseases, born dead, and we will be forever crowned with His goodness and grace. The final victory over the curse of sin is already ours in Christ.

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