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It’s No Joke-ITS REAL!


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  1. They say the Romans had 2000 words for horse. I definitely agree that the battle is “us vs. them” regarding the demons. The most notable ghost, however — is the Holy Ghost. I’ll grant that He is a dimension unto Himself, in which we can dwell, “in the secret place of the Most High,” in His kingdom, which of course is “righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost.” (…which directly involves the Armor of God, but that’s another topic)

    Inasmuch as we are each, “body, soul, and spirit,” and Paul points to our having “a natural body and a spirit body” (cp. “supernatural body”), then what happens to the spirits or ghosts of the damned? Christ told us plainly as regards “the rich man and the beggar who both died.” The damned rich man was trapped in hell, clearly in his spirit body or ghost form — fully conscious, in pain and parched.

    His natural body of course was no doubt disintegrating into ash and dust. The beggar, Lazarus, (a different one than Christ’s friend who had been brought back to life), was in a completely different dimension from that of the rich man. Though there was communication, there was also a barrier between the dimensions that could not be crossed.

    In this world of overlapping dimensions, it’s almost like a filtering process. The spirit forms of the damned seem to cross more and more into hell (dark dimensions, the abyss, the bottomless pit). While those who are rescued (saved) in Christ (by Him) as per the Gospel, more and more dwell in the Presence of God and the heavens, from which the enemy angels are being cast out.

    That leaves encounters of “the living” with ghosts as most likely that of masquerading demons, definitely. I suspect that the communication with those whose natural bodies have died, and awareness of their torments of hell increases, for the unsaved. Which might be why we’re instructed to let the dead bury the dead.

    “On some have compassion making a difference. Others save with fear, pulling them out of the fire (hell), hating even the garment spotted by flesh.”

    To the only wise God, our Savior, be glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now and forever, Amen!”

    January 24, 2015 at 9:46 AM

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