Illness

Verse

I pity you when My warnings become manifest. Know that any illness is from the mind.

I:24

What you are calling an illness is not an ordinary one. It is the anger of God now being shown.

I:25

You are saying that your leg is affected by illness. It is not an illness but the anger of God.

I:32

Illness and pain of whatever kind do not exist. They are none other than the hastening and guidance of God.

II:7

Just a word: you are saying that it is a fit or madness. It is not an illness but the urging of God.

II:11

Illness and pain throughout the world: you do not know that these are the road signs or guidance of God.

II:22

There is nothing in this world that should be called illness. Whenever there is a disorder of the body, ponder deeply.

II:23

If this origin is known in detail, there should be no cause for illness.

III:93

There is nothing at all which should be called illness. It is only because there are paths of the mistaken mind.

III:95

By this salvation given in accordance with the mind of sincerity, you shall be freed from illness, death, and weakening.

III:99

The tightness in your chest: do not take it as an illness. It is the hastening of God being blocked.

III:103

Day by day, I shall tend those trees which are to become My useful timber. Never take it to be illness.

III:131

Ponder over it! There is nothing at all which should be called illness. It is but a road sign or an admonition from God.

III:138

Nothing should be called illness. Should your body be afflicted, it is God's call for your service.

IV:25

After that, you may stay as long as you wish, without illness, death, or weakening.

IV:37

When this path is clearly seen, the root of illness will be cut off entirely.

IV:94

This cleansing will be a difficult matter, but I say to you beforehand: there is nothing to be called illness.

IV:109

From now on, no matter how serious your illness may be, nothing is incurable. It depends on your mind.

V:13

Whatever happens, it is the work of God. Never think it is an illness.

VI:22

Hereafter, whatever dust may be stirred up, never think it is an illness.

VI:76

Until now, when there was illness, you turned to doctors and medicine. Though all of you have worried,

VI:105

No matter how serious the illness may be, I shall save you by the truth of Breath.

VI:108

Your newborns shall be free from smallpox and measles. They shall live on without illness or death.

VI:110

Hereafter, however serious your illness may be, I assure you salvation in every case.

IX:9

Though there should be nothing called illness in human beings, no one knows the beginning of this world.

IX:10

Look all over the world and through all ages. You will find many kinds of illnesses so-called.

IX:33

This time, no matter how serious your illness may be, I shall teach you the family recipe for your assured salvation.

IX:34

However serious your illness may be, you will all be saved by the Service done single-heartedly.

X:20

Do not think of anything as an illness. Everything is the care of Tsukihi.

X:68

You are thinking that the suffering at this time is from illness, but the thought is wrong.

XI:25

Never think it is from illness or the like, but from the desire for you to know the free and unlimited workings of Tsukihi.

XI:26

Hereafter, however serious an illness there may be, I shall save you all by the Breath and the Hand Dance.

XII:50

However serious an illness there may be, never say that it will not be cured.

XII:51

Though Tsukihi desires to show proof quickly against illness, death, and weakening,

XII:105

Thereafter, whatever illness or whatever else may be troubling you, you shall be saved from them all.

XII:128

Another salvation: I desire quickly to give you the Proof Amulet that protects you from illness, death, and weakening.

XIII:115

Whatever is done, is done by Tsukihi. Whatever happens, know that it is not an illness.

XIV:20

Whatever I do to the body, it is not an illness but the care of Tsukihi.

XIV:21

However trying your condition may be, it is not an illness but the regret of the Parent.

XIV:77

The salvation is not just to cure illness. I intend it to be a marvelous salvation.

XVII:52

What do you think this salvation is? It is to be free from illness, death, and weakening.

XVII:53