(Donna Wright) I know that you talked to women who have breast cancer, but there could have been some who had mastectomies. These women need to deal with those very same issues. Also if you see it in your family tree, you need to deal with those very same issues.
(Henry Wright) If you’ve had a surgical procedure, that doesn’t mean you’ve dealt with your issues. Even though you’ve defeated that disease through surgical procedures, you need to prepare to live a healthy long life, and you must deal with those issues. It’s important.
(Interviewer) What I hear all the way around here is that it’s good news.
(Donna Wright) It is good news…
(Henry Wright) It is good news. In fact, it takes away the mystery and the power of the fear of cancer because cancer has this great big phobia attached to it. We don’t understand where it came from. Now in that one disease of breast cancer, we understand it, scripturally, psychologically, spiritually, and biologically. We know exactly how the enemy is doing it. That’s powerful. We know it scripturally, and we know it biologically so it can be defeated. We don’t have to be casualties of breast cancer as a female anymore.
(Donna Wright) As soon as you hear cancer, immediately fear and fear of dying come. What we’re talking about can remove all of that.
(Henry Wright) …and give us the faith to overcome.
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.