But I can’t change who I am, can I?

(Interviewer) The point is, I don’t have to follow this thought. I don’t have to follow this pattern. The reality is…if it’s me, I can’t change the substance of who I am, can I?

(Henry Wright) May I ask you a question? If I told you to go jump into the lake, would you go do it? (No) If I told you to get up here and go out to the street and deck (hit) somebody in anger, would you do it? (No) Then why do we allow these things to tell us from within, and we then go and do it? Why is it that we allow invisible thoughts to tell us what to do, and we follow through. We wouldn’t let a physical human being tell us that. We would say “I’m going to call the police on you. How dare you suggest that?” But when we have the thoughts from within, we follow it just like it’s normal.

Then as Christians, if we do follow a thought, we’re guilt-ridden, tormented, and can’t stand ourselves. We know we’ve sinned, and so if we don’t stop this somewhere, then eventually our bodies are going to pay for it.

Here’s the bottom line. When we fracture creation spiritually, when we allow improper spirituality to manifest through us in this planet, everything in creation  fractures with it right down to the molecular structure of humans, which is what disease is.

(Interviewer) You’re right. Scripture says all creation is groaning because of the sinfulness of man.

22 For we know that the whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now.

Romans 8:22 KJV

(Henry Wright) That’s what it says, and we ourselves groan with it. But we don’t have to be a victim of it.

Original Source: Be In Health Global, Henry W. Wright, Donna Wright. It’s a New Day Interview with Henry W. Wright and Donna Wright: 2004.
DVD Course Material. Pleasant Valley Church, GA, 2006. Print.