In large parts of Christendom, people have difficulties with belief in reincarnation. Yet it is precisely in reincarnation that the great wisdom and goodness of God is expressed. Vices and weaknesses can usually not be laid aside during a single earthly life; one will therefore be reborn with the same weaknesses and vices until they have been entirely overcome. Through repeated earthly lives, a human being is given the opportunity to mature spiritually and to prove themselves.
This themed issue shows how ascending spirit beings are prepared for their new earthly life. It also explains why God has arranged things in such a way that human beings have neither knowledge of their former lives on earth nor know who they once were.