Scientists Identify Cause Of Death Among Native Tribe In South America


Charles R. Swindoll

Scientists are to have studied a native tribe in South America whose people have been dying prematurely for generations, according to Sermon Central.

After thorough investigation, the cause of premature death was determined. The disease was transmitted by an insect that lived in the walls of their adobe homes.

This new information presented several options. They could move to another area where such insects do not exist, tear down their homes and rebuild them, use insecticide to rid their homes of the bugs, or continue as they have and die early.

Surprisingly, these people have opted to remain as they are and do nothing about their problem. Many people behave similarly. To save themselves, they know what they must do; instead, they opt to remain unchanged.