An aneurysm is an abnormal weakening in the muscle walls of the blood vessels, resulting in bulging or ballooning out of the blood vessel wall at the point of weakness. A blood vessel with an aneurysm can eventually rupture (burst) with serious consequences, including death.
Often a person with an aneurysm does not have any symptoms. The aneurysm is frequently picked up by chance when the person has an abdominal x-ray or ultrasound for another reason. 20% of people will have symptoms which include pain in the centre of the abdomen, lower back, loins or groin.
In the past most aneurysms were thought to be caused by the fatty plaques on blood vessel walls in atherosclerosis. However it has now been shown that aneurysms develop by a distinctly different mechanism to atherosclerosis, although both diseases can occur in the same person.
The spiritual root behind weakening in the blood vessel walls leading to aneurysms is anger, rage and resentment. Your brain converts everything that goes on in your thought life into a physical reaction: as you are exploding spiritually with thoughts of anger, rage and resentment, so your body will respond in your lifetime by literally exploding physically. This anger and rage is not always externally explosive against others – it can be internalized. The person bottles it up and is fuming and steaming inside. Whether it is externalized or internalized, it is still sin and the result is the same.
As you are exploding with anger spiritually so your body will respond in your lifetime by literally exploding physically
Ephesians 4 v 26: “When angry, do not sin; do not ever let your wrath (your exasperation, your fury or indignation) last until the sun goes down.” Do you now understand the importance of the above verse, when it comes to aneurysms? God is saying that if you don’t deal with that issue by releasing and forgiving, you’re going to have disease beginning in your body by morning.
According to the Journal of American Medicine, when a person has an intense episode of explosive rage where they really lose it, for the next two hours the chances of a heart attack double. Recent scientific studies are demonstrating definite links between hostility and cardiovascular disease.
One Pastor approached Henry Wright and said, “Pastor, I know you believe that God heals. I just got a call that my brother’s aorta split and they have rushed him to the emergency room (The aorta is the main blood vessel that transports blood from the heart to the rest of the body). Will you pray with me and agree with me that God will heal him?” Henry Wright replied, “No Sir, I will not. I am wasting my time.” The pastor said, “What do you mean? I thought you believed in healing.” Henry explained, “Your brother has a burst aorta because he is in sin and I do not have the faith that he will be healed until I teach you what caused his aorta to split. Now I don’t know you or your brother but from studying case histories of people with cardiovascular disease, I know what causes aortas to split.
Let me ask you a question, was your brother a peaceful man or was he always angry and hostile?” The Pastor said, “How could you possibly know that? He has been that way since he was molested at age nine. He is impossible to deal with. You can’t get around him because he is so hostile and angry. So Pastor what can I do?” Henry Wright said, “I will pray with you and agree with you and ask God to use the doctors to keep him alive so that you can get there and disciple him and get him to repent so that he can release that anger that he has. Then I believe that God can heal him and he won’t have a problem again.” So the pastor left and did exactly that.
If you want to enjoy long life, good health, fulfill your destiny and do all that God has called you to do – get rid of that anger, rage and resentment as fast as you can, lest your life be cut short. Turn to page 481 to deal with it.
There is a strong genetic component to aneurysms – in other words it can be inherited and it runs in families. It is inherited as a genetic defect as well as a spiritual disease (the basis of this is explained in the chapter on “Genetically Inherited Diseases” on page 153). Aneurysms can be congenital, which means they were present from birth – for example Berry aneurysms of the blood vessels in the brain. In this case the person does not have any symptoms until the age of about 20 years, when he/she then gets brain hemorrhages (bleeding into the brain with severe headaches and vomiting). Congenital aneurysms are part of the genetic curse. This can be broken through repenting for anger and rage in the generations before you. I explained how to deal with this in the chapter on genetically inherited diseases.
In a minority of cases, aneurysms can be a complication of another underlying disease. A rare cause of aneurysms is syphilis. Syphilis causes inflammation of the blood vessel walls which weakens the walls, resulting in aneurysms. This is a consequence of sexual promiscuity. Behind sexual promiscuity is the need to be loved (this is explained in the chapter on addictions on page 216). Other infections such as bacteria called salmonella can also cause inflammation leading to aneurysms. Infections can spread from infective endocarditis (explained previously in this chapter) – the root behind these infections is fear, anxiety and stress. High blood pressure (also caused by worry and fear of the future) can cause weakening and aneurysms in the small blood vessels in the brain. Diabetes can cause inflammation, weakening and aneuryms in the small blood vessels in the retina at the back of the eye (the spiritual root behind diabetes is on page 432).
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