There seems to be a new and growing trend to forgo the expense associated with ordinary burial of bodies in lieu of cremation. Aside from the fact that men and women who are sealed with the Holy Spirit of God should look to God and to the Holy Spirit for their healing, the cremation trend is disturbing. First, cremation causes the bodily remains to become mixed with that of others placed in the same crematorium. That "mixture" is disastrous for a sealed man or woman of God who expects to be raptured.
A person who is possessed by, or has in him or her, powerful demons and evil spirits generally has very low physical and spiritual energy. The mixture of his or her remains with that of a sealed person could dramatically reduce the energy level of the sealed person's remains. When that effect is multipled by one hundred or more, depending on the number of such persons who were placed in the same crematorium, the result is an exponential reduction in energy levels. Light and energy levels are critical to one's ability to be raptured or resurrected.
Second, when a person's remains are mixed with that of a third party, the person and the third party become as though they had been intimate partners. Their sexual history is intertwined and, in the case of cremation, it is as though they had been extremely promiscuous. Sexual promiscuity blackens the soul because the soul absorbs the spiritual condition of everyone subsequent to the fourth partner. Its ability to resist contamination decreases with each new partner and becomes non-existent after the fourth. This is because the soul has four quadrants and the contamination from each partner affects one quadrant at a time. Each quadrant has one opportunity to resist contamination.
Third, ordinarily, the soul and the spirit are separated at death. The soul remains with the body, while the spirit returns or attempts to return to God. If the spirit is unable to enter heaven, it remains on the earth and eventually is pulled into hell. In the case of cremation, the soul and the spirit remain locked if the cremation is done within two and one half to three days after death. The soul is therefore pulled into hell with the spirit if the spirit's destination is hell. If the spirit's destination is heaven, the soul and the spirit remain in the first heaven, regardless of which level of heaven the spirit, by itself, would have entered. It therefore undermines the person's pursuit of righteousness. The bottomline recommendation is that cremation is not advised for anyone, and especially not for someone who has been sealed with the Holy Spirit of God.