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Published on Dec 11, 2013
Lost spirits find their way home but leave a shocking message for humanity. "The Gospel of the Risen Dead". Dan, Shawn and special guest Kim conduct a Triple Blind Ghost Box experiment in balcony at the Haunted Pearis Theater.
From our experience the moment a spirit calls on Christ it is "game on". In this case the spirit did call on Jesus...clearly. Then the "door opened" and the spirit asked "who opened it?" another spirits said "God opened it." As we have seen before this door is opened my God's people. In other words: How will anyone hear the word of the Lord unless those that are called to bring the message do not go? Once the message of grace is heard the act of faith is up to the person individually. In this case it was up to the spirit of the dead to believe. Then "he kissed, and said I GOT IT!" "I can enter!" which means he figured out that the door was opened to him because he knocked...for Christ to open it..ie opening his belief to spiritual freedom and redemption, ultimately to the rest he sight after.
Before he left he gave us, humanity, a gift...called the "Gospel of the Risen Dead" or "the Gospel of the Lost" we know this as "the Message of Grace"...however this spirit referred us to Psalm 49 specifically...which basically states...Everyone dies at some point, but those that rely on "themselves" and not God will remain in the grave...but all others will be taken out of the grave and into the arms of God. This unbeliever who was dead and in the grave believed in his death and was set free from the grave. Like the story of Lazarus and the dead man [pre Christ], this man wanted to give his last 2 cense so that humanity could avoid the troubles he went through in death. This man was fortunate that Christ the redeemer had completed His Work on the cross and therefore had the good fortune to relay the message just prior to him entering His rest. God only knows the torment he endured up to that point. But the feast of the Lamb awaits him now and his pain will be remembered no more. SELAH.