Is Re-incarnation Biblical?Answer: No, reincarnation is not Biblical¸ it is earthly, carnal and devilish belief - system
Because Jesus made a statement of allegorical meaning; many Christians are snared to believe in reincarnation which is not biblical and true.
Therefore it is important you read this message and also try to watch it in my video on the youtube channel. www.knowendtime.com
BENEFITS YOU WILL DERIVEIf you will be willing to read this message to the end. You will derive lots of benefits:
You will be able to know how to manage the faith of family who lives with rebirth syndrome.
They believe in reincarnation which means that after death the soul begins a new cycle of existence in another human body.
When you know the truth about reincarnation, you have to be careful of how you live your life for you shall not have a second chance to correct whatever wrong you do in this life.
You will try your best to live according to the will of God seeing that a soul that sins shall surely die (Jer 18:4). For everybody shall give an account of his life what he did with his soul and body to God who created them.
When you know the mystery of reincarnation you will live to seek the right impartation from Godly people than to receive such spirit impart from occultic and devilish people.
TO EXAMINE THIS QUESTION, IS REINCARNATION BIBLICAL?We open our Bible to the book of Mathew 11:14-15; it is written.
“And if you will receive it; this is Elias which was for to come. He that has ear to hear let him hear”Talking about John the Baptist who was at his birth prophesied by an Angel of the Lord saying.
“And he shall go before him in the spirit and power of Elias to turn the hearts of the fathers to the children and the disobedient to the wisdom of the just, to make ready a people prepared for the Lord”And it came to pass that when John came as a voice in the wilderness crying and calling people to repentance that the Jews believed he was a prophet of God probably Elias who has come back to life. When King Herod beheaded him and the news came to Jesus, he said that John was the Elias who was prophesied that shall come before the great and dreadful day of the Lord. (Malachi 4:5).
STATEMENT OF MYSTERYWas Jesus saying that the soul of Elias (Elijah) is reborn in a new body called John?
Let us see another statement of mystery by Jesus in Mathew 17:10-12;
“And his disciples asked him saying, why then say the scribes that Elias must first come. And Jesus answered and said unto them Elias shall truly come and restore all things. But I say unto you that Elias is come already and they knew him not and done unto him whatever they listed”Does this mean reincarnation from Biblical view? No; the angel’s message about John gave the proper meaning to the mystery of reincarnation carried in Jesus statement.
In Luke 1:17; the angel said of John’s ministry;
“And he shall go before him in the spirit and power of Elias”That simply means that he shall go by impartation or anointing of the spirit and power of Elias; so that as Elias was bold and worked with God in his preaching ministry of restoration; turning the hearts of the children to their fathers, so shall John.
FILLED IN THE HOLY GHOST
Don’t forget that John was filled in the Holy Ghost even from his mother's womb. (Luke 1:15)
This is that same Holy Spirit and power Elijah has that enabled him as a man of God to perform miracles and call fire from heaven upon his enemies.
John was never the soul of Elias come back to life the second time to preach restoration to Israel. Rather he was John the prophet anointed from his mother’s womb by the Holy Spirit and power to preach restoration to Israel.
In the days of Paul; he imparted Timothy; and Roman believers by laying on of his hands on their heads spiritual gifts that established them in the faith (Rom 1:8).
Jesus imparted his disciples at Antioch with his spirit and power that they were called Christians (Acts 11:26).
Even so today, without spirit and power imparted into you in the Great Spirit exchange; you can never be a Christians. This is not reincarnation but impartation.
God bless you.