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Friday, June 4, 2010

How a spirit becomes a ghost!


What is a ghost? Why do some spirits become ghosts while others do not? Both these questions are complex and difficult to answer because they involve the process by which we die. From a Christian perspective we can only speculate because the Bible is fairly silent about the death process and the conditions which occur immediately after death. Certainly, spirits become ghosts because of their spiritual state at death and because of the forces which come into play immediately after their separation from the physical world. There are a number of cliché answers offered by paranormal groups and spiritualists such as spirits choose to become ghosts because they have "unfinished" business, or because they had a traumatic death experience and somehow lost their way to the "light".  But these concepts, given a bit of thought, really raise more questions then give genuine answers. Why do some spirits become ghosts? What are the forces in the spirit universe that create ghosts. You can find out by reading the book:

A detailed and expanded version of this post can be found in Pastor Jochem’s book “The Spirit Universe: A Christian View” that is available in the Amazon Bookstore. His book is an invaluable resource to have on hand if you are interested in general information needed for investigating the paranormal, deliverance ministry, or counseling those hypersensitive to the spirit universe or those who are dealing with the occult and negative spirits. The book contains reorganized content from the blog, expanded information, and new content which will not be published in this blog. The book can be read on the Kindle or any device which can run the Kindle application including any Android phone, IPhone, IPad, and the home computer. It is also available in Word and PDF format. For more information and to order the book, click Here

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