Maxims - If I am wrong, then the sickness will continue; But if this is Satan’s attack, then I shall not continue to be sick

“If I am wrong, then the sickness will continue. But if this is Satan’s attack, then I shall not continue to be sick.”

One time she was sick for four days in a row. She had no co-workers with her and no money, and even the cook had gone home. She asked God why she was sick. The Lord showed her clearly that the sickness was not from God, but was an attack from Satan. She told the Lord, “If I am wrong, then the sickness will continue. But if this is Satan’s attack, then I shall not continue to be sick.” She had already suffered with a high fever for four days, but she rose up immediately and wrote a hymn whose first line reads, “To the foe my word is always, ‘No.’” After finishing the hymn, she went out to work; the sickness was gone. However, God did not only teach her lessons through sickness; He also arranged many other environments to test whether she could always say “yes” to the Father.

Anchored to Infinity - Chinese edition, section 8

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