Can people who have died return to hurt the living?
The Bible clearly explains, "The living are conscious that they will die, but as for the dead, they are conscious of nothing at all." (Ecclesiastes 9:5) How sad and ridiculous that a few young people have become involved in such things as cannibalism because they believe, they are a zombie or a part of the walking dead. Parental direction should not include teachings or beliefs in such things as vampires or zombies who can return to harm the living. God has given us numerous warnings about this type of demonic activity throughout the scriptures, for our protection. Please read and apply it.
Angelladywriter, I have to agree with you and King Solomon on this, excluding when God chooses to make an exception as in the case of the deceased prophet Samuel, who returned to rebuke Saul. Also the deceased Moses came back to the Mount of Transfiguration to minister to Jesus. But God is the God of the living or those who have eternal life. Those who don't have life can't experience eternal life!
Good reasoning. Remember, God had nothing to do with Saul's decision to use a spirit medium.(Lev 20:27, Deut 18:9-13)Jehovah also used divinely inspired visions in the Bible, such as the transfiguration to comfort or build faith within his followers.
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