The idea that one can be declared dead and yet be fully alive is one that has continued to astound doctors, pharmacists, and other health care professionals, as well as the ordinary lay populace. Being declared dead can be a euphemism for a heart or a brain that has been so heavily radiated that it no longer registers as powerfully as it once did. That simple fact gives a doctor or other health care professional the right to declare a person dead, and to refuse to resuscitate them or to perform other life saving measures.
The next time that you have a relative or a friend declared dead, speak to them in the language of the spirit from the heart, and ask them whether or not it is true. Only in rare instances will they acknowledge that they are deceased and that nothing can be done to resuscitate them, or to heal whatever ails them. If they are not deceased, they should neither be buried nor cremated, and if they are, the perpetrators should be investigated for committing murder or manslaughter.
This is not the first Blog of this kind but it probably will be the last of its kind for a very long time, because those who are alive and are sealed and raptured have an obligation to inform everyone in their circle of family and friends that they are never to be placed into an ambulance or taken to a hospital under any circumstances, and regardless of their condition. They also have an obligation to seek the guidance of the indwelling Holy Spirit Of God in regard to where they live, where they work, what engagements they should attend, which invitations they should decline, and what they should be doing on a daily basis.
Finally, they have an obligation to seek the guidance and assistance of the Lord God Holy Spirit Of God if they are ever in a situation that is difficult to deal with because of their lack of faith. When you call on the Lord God Holy Spirit Of God, it is obligatory that you speak only in the language of the spirit, vocalizing with your mouth and tongue, and speaking from the heart.
The Lord God Almighty El Shaddai