Using Analogies To Explain The Spirit Realm
You know what the World Wide Web is like besides being a spider web? Well it’s like the Tree of Knowledge of good and evil. You have to weed through the knowledge base to find what is beneficial and disregard what is evil. Evil can be false doctrines. But it is either a useful tool in the good it provides or it’s a detriment to those that buy into its falsehoods spoken across the Net. It’s also a den for pornography and other vile things – but never forget it also can serve as a useful tool. Satan may have inspired it – but he can’t control it. It’s like the Tree of Knowledge – it has both good and bad things within its content.
It’s also like the spirit realm where you move across wide spaces and communicate rapidly with other spirits. You first form your thoughts in your mind and then project them into the spirit realm like the Net with a keyboard. You see what others have posted and that’s like casting a message in the spirit realm which remains intact for others to see.
Even the computers must have electricity to function which is what we’re all composed of – if you doubt that then view a live human’s brain scan when they are thinking. Think of the computer as the shell energy just like how each of us are clothed in our computers when online – they require a battery backup which is like the reserve energy all spirits have. Then when you turn your computers off they’re at rest just like spirits whom are at a static state of rest to recharge their reserves.
If something minor goes out on a computer it can be easily replaced just like spirits can grow back a severed limb or heal a wound to their shell energy. You might wait a few days for the part to be delivered and they wait a few days for rejuvenation. If your computer fries then you replace the hard-drive or the entire computer – if spirits get fried or offed in any way they have our Creator to revitalize their essence of life through reanimation. Lots of similarities – but the chief difference is that we are alive and a computer is only a program that functions without free will. Hopefully these analogies will make it easier to understand many of our earlier posts as well.