1. The ‘Unseen World’ has ‘Power.

Many people can understand the concept of connecting an electric appliance to a wall socket in order to harness electricity to power modern appliances. Although electricity cannot be seen or heard, we can feel its presence when we touch one of its conductors. Electricity is a natural part of the invisible world. We accept it as a source of power and energy. Like fire, electricity can serve as our servant if it is under our control. However, it can also kill us if it is not treated with respect.

If we are willing to take the time and look at them, there are many other energy sources that exist in the ‘unseen world. Because technology harnesses the power within the invisible magnetic field around a magnet to generate small and large amounts electrical power, magnetism is an excellent example of this. Similar invisible forces can be referred to as nuclear (power generation, medical), microwave (medical cooking), wind (renewable energies), and so on. We simply accept these invisible energy sources as they are without questioning. Their physical presence, such as power lines and poles, serves as a silent signpost to show that there may be more to the world than just drawing energy from it.

It is worth considering whether there are other “things” that may inhabit this “unseen” world, if we accept the evidence above.

2. The Unseen World has ‘Spirits.

Although it’s easy to dismiss the possibility of “spirit” beings inhabiting the unseen world, it’s interesting to note that psychics and clairvoyants can not only contact these “spirits”, but are also able to communicate with them. It is easy to find out that people of all walks of life seek spiritual assistance from those offering them. When people are in need of spiritual guidance, psychics can offer their services to them. They call upon certain “spirit beings” to relay information between the unseen worlds and our physical worlds to their earthbound clients. This is a well-known fact. This means that energy and spirits both exist in the ‘unseen world. These spirits are intelligent and can communicate information through mediums like psychics and clairvoyants.

Human history goes back thousands of years. It is clear that all people have had some kind of religious practice. Witchcraft is an ancient religion that has a direct association with spirits. Witches communicate with the unseen world through witchcraft. This includes land, water, reptiles, bugs, mythic and extinct spirit guides. Google can easily confirm this claim. This means that religions, such as Witchcraft, continue to interact with spirit beings in an ‘unseen world’ where energy and spirits are present.

3. Learn more about the ‘Unseen’ Spirits of the World

Any investigation into religion from ancient history would reveal that all religions (modern and ancient) have their own beliefs and practices. Some religions worship gods made from wood, metal, or stone, while others believe in a set called ‘faith’ which originated in writings known as ‘holy Scriptures. Some religions deal directly with unseen spirits, while others do not or are less involved. Christianity is an example of this. Some Christians just pray and don’t do anything else, while others cast out evil spirits.

If we accept that the Bible provides historical information about the various types of spirit beings within the spirit world, then the next question is: Can we believe the Bible? To answer this question, we can use statistics to guide us. The Bible begins with the New Testament writings of apostles, which was written around 2,000 years ago. Wikipedia states that the Bible has been sold or distributed in “the billions”. Therefore, both from a historical perspective and a spiritual perspective, the Bible provides rich information about humanity and the world around us. It also reveals much about the spirit world. The Bible is an ancient source of information that has been available to English-speaking people for around 400 years. It contains both the Old Testament and New Testament books.

Our question is: “Is the Spirit World Real?” The Bible lists the different types of ‘beings’ who inhabit this unseen world. It also indicates where certain types are found. The following spirit beings were described as inhabiting certain “principalities” that are listed below.

  • Heaven. God, the creator of all things in the spiritual and physical worlds. He is represented by three distinct persons: God the Father (supreme), His son Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit.
  • Cherubim, Seraphim and other spirit beings serve God in Heaven.
  • Scripture mentions angels who live in Heaven with God. These angels are called ‘holy Angels’.
  • The “Heavenlies”. Angels are mentioned in scripture as inhabiting the areas of the upper atmosphere surrounding the earth. These angels oppose God’s plans for the earth and are called ‘fallen angels’.
  • The surface of the Earth. Evil spirits roam the earth seeking to enter the bodies of humans. They usually get people to sin in order to rebel against those made in God’s image (humankind). According to the Bible, there are many evil spirits that can cause psychological and physical illnesses. Their goal is to bring death and torment to their victims.
  • Hell. According to the Bible, there are five compartments in the middle of the earth God created to hold His rebel spirits – angelic and human. Because all people are spiritual beings, they are encased in the physical bodies of their bodies while they live on this earth. At death, their soul can either ascend to their Creator God or descend into Hell. The sinfulness or rebellion of a soul towards God in its earthly life determines its eternal destiny.

4. What happens when we die?

The more important issue that should concern everyone is: What happens after we die? Is it just that the body “lights up” when it dies, as some people like to believe in their ignorance? Or is there an afterlife, as the Bible teaches us there is. This point can be illustrated further by the Bible, which confirms that the life we live is not very long in the context of the eternity-infinite timelessness. In the scriptures below, you can see how God views each person’s life.

(James 4:14) “… What is your life? It is even a vapour, which appears for a short time and then disappeareth.”
(Psalm 90:9-10) “… We spend our years telling stories. Our years are three-core years long and ten years respectively. [or 70]; If they are strong, they will be for fourscore years [80], Yet, their strength is in sorrow and labour; because it [our lives] will soon be cut off [in death], We fly away [When our soul leaves the body to enter the spirit world].

Psalm 90 (above), confirms from other parts of the Bible that we are spirit creatures encased within an ‘Earthsuit,’ which we call the human body. Our bodies are still healthy and alive, but we (as spirit beings), can move around the earth and live our lives as we please. The ‘Earthsuit” is destroyed when the spiritual inhabitant (the human spirit) dies. It can then be taken to the spirit world or released into the infinite timelessness of eternity (Luke 16-22).

If the soul served God and His Son Jesus Christ in its earthbound life, then it will be taken to Heaven to await a judgment of rewards. These ‘blessings,’ which will last into eternity, will be granted to those who have done so (1 Cor 3:9-15). The soul who rejects its Creator and His Son Jesus Christ, however, will be taken to Hell or the underworld to await the Day of Judgment.

(Luke 16.23-24). “And in hell, he [the wealthy man] lifts up his eyes, being tormented, and seeth Abraham far away, and Lazarus within his bosom. 24 He cried out and asked for mercy, saying, Father Abraham, please have mercy on my soul, and send Lazarus to dip his tip in water and cool me down; I am tormented by this flame. “

Their sinfulness is the defining factor of where their souls go after death. This is where our Creator allows us to make the decision about whether eternal life and eternal death are’real’. We can choose to prepare for eternal life while we have time or ignore it and gamble that the Bible is a useless fairy tale’.

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