Biblical View of The Healing Code?


Q: I’m looking for more details on the biblical interpretation for the Healing Code.

A: There are a number of documents and and an interview with Alex Loyd (and his spiritual mentor, Larry Napier), which you can find here.

The underlying philosophy is based on biblical principles, I believe. In fact, it may be more of a biblical paradigm than the view most Westerners have, that physical issues are caused by physical things (such as DNA and viruses). While DNA and viruses certainly do exist, Christians such as  Dr. Tony Evans point out that deeper realities underlie the physical world, and these realities are spiritual. To get at the root cause of all issues, you need to look to the spiritual. That’s what Jesus and Paul taught, as well as Solomon.

The Healing Codes are really based on Proverbs 4:23: “Keep and guard your heart with all vigilance and above all that you guard, for out of it flow the springs of life” (Amplified Bible). Or, as the TNIV puts it, “Above all else, guard your heart,  for everything you do flows from it.” The Healing Code book explains how this biblical “heart” works and why, indeed, everything we do flows from it.


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The link you gave is broken. Do you have an updated link?

Brooks W

I really believe the codes work and are scientific. Im not trying to troll you guys, but my doubts are that this in any way spiritual. Here’s what I can’t seem to shake: 1 I believe in Jesus and the salvation He gave me, I’m atoned for my sins and I have received the Holy Spirit so He is always with me, all by God’s glorious grace, but I have a stomach issue that hasn’t been healed. Aren’t I spiritually healed (Isaiah 53)? 2 For unhealthy beliefs, does not believing in Jesus count? How do you handle the non-believers? If… Read more »

Milagros Molina

Excellent.  Congratulations.  Praise Him! Let us be very diligent in guarding our hearts.

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