Why do some people get pre-death premonitions?


Clarify Share Report Asked June 12 2014 Stringio Hanno Visagie

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No one knows at what turning point in fate one’s fateful hour will come and what exactly will take us from the earthly world to one whose form we do not know. Nevertheless, there are some people on earth who can see this moment coming. Mystical and unfathomable intuition is what allows people to find the key to this impenetrable secret.
Premonitions are common among humans. Most of us have done something, seen something, gone some place, for example, that seemed familiar. Some of us have sensed something would happen and then seen it actually occur. This has happened to Christians and non-Christians.
The Bible teaches that, in ancient times, God relayed His messages through the power of the Holy Spirit, to His chosen servants by visions and dreams. These messages were also given to the apostles and prophets (Amos 3:7, Eph. 3:5).
We need to make a distinction between visions that come from God and those that come from Satan and his demons. In Matthew 17:1-9, Jesus gave Peter, James and John a vision of the kingdom of God coming to the earth—this is a case of God using a vision. In I Samuel 28:3-20, a “familiar spirit” was “brought up,” disguised as the deceased prophet Samuel, to inform Saul of his impending doom—this is a case of Satan using a vision. There are many dreams, visions or premonitions that people experience. Their sources are not as easily determined by the untrained. Therefore, we must think twice before assuming they are from God.

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