Why do most people die in early morning hours / at night ( 2am – 6am )? which is most common hour people die ? what time do most people die ? This are the many questions we ask ourselves because even serious patients and disastrous accidents happen at this hour.
During this hours, people often encounter bad dreams, and spiritual attacks on their body. The power of the midnight is a battlefield between believer and the devil.
The common time for spiritual attacks are from 12am -3am. These attacks are organized by witchcraft powers, marine powers, household powers, strongman, witch doctors etc. This is the time most rituals are done.
That is why we are advised that as Christians we should wake up and pray between this hours to counter such attacks.
As Christians, we are in a spiritual battle of some sort on a daily basis. In warfare, battles are fought on different fronts, for different reasons, and with varying degrees of intensity. The same is true in spiritual warfare. Our spiritual battles and warfare are real, even though we cannot physically see the attacker. There are forces, both angelic and demonic, that are actively working around us. There is evil that we fight in our spiritual warfare.
Jesus told us to pray for God’s will to be done on earth as it is in heaven. He told us that the gates of hell will not prevail against the work that God has purposed for us to accomplish, as His will is being worked out in our lives.
The rise in human mortality beginning at 2 a.m. and peaking at 8 a.m. might be explained by:
(1) artifact of deaths occurring anytime during the night that are discovered after daybreak.
(2) effect of less efficient health care between 2 a.m. and 8 a.m.
(3) disease processes that somehow increase risk of death between 2 a.m. and 8 a.m. An attempt was made to differentiate among these possibilities by comparing time of death for various subsamples.
4. Our immune system is weaker during this period compared to daytime.
The quality and efficiency of health care could be improved with more precise information on peak periods of risk for specific morbid conditions.