People were healed all throughout the bible. There are promises of good health and other blessings by God.<quoted text>
Are you an amputee?? I see you've asked this in an endless number of posts. It is an unfortunate loss to live with, I know. Disease, illness, death, suffering, and all other negative aspects of life are the result of sin. We are ALL sinners. Until sin entered the world, none of this existed. Total healing does not come until after death. God never promised it would. Jesus suffered, Paul suffered many maladies, and most all His closest endured many hardships and horrible deaths. Why should we expect to be treated better??
2 Chron. 7:
14 If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
You say that all the horrible things in the world are the result of sin, but is that fair? Is it fair that others doing wrong leads to the suffering of those who are not culpable? Even if someone sins (which sins don't exist in the sense that you believe), I don't think they necessarily deserve punishment. Someone who works on the sabbath shouldn't get cancer. Someone who covets doesn't deserve to die in a plane crash.
What do you make of the fact that all other animals have diseases and die? Did they sin? Do they deserve to suffer because of the supposed origin of sin?
You ask why we should expect to be treated better than those who have suffered and experienced great pain. Let me ask you something: why should anyone be subjected to such pain for eternity because they simply do not believe in God? Why do I have a greater sense of morality than the god you believe in? Why is it that I know humans shouldn't suffer or have to just endure hardships because of this ridiculous idea that we are committing imaginary crimes?