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The best we can do is try and interpret it in the light of related commentary elsewhere in the Bible.
Does this verse imply a literal common language or a prophecy with many symbolic and figurative elements?
Most users of this question board will probably already understand that Satan in the New Testament is just an idiom, a parable for sin, a personalisation of the ‘Old Man’.
The dead that rose from their graves and appeared to many represents a fascinating story, one that we find ourselves wanting more information on.
This is a really good question. Clearly, God knows us, our level of faith and the potential we have to serve Him. Further, in the mind of our omniscient God, He can see the full landscape of time and how each of His servants can be used in that plan and purpose.
Let’s begin by stating the obvious here. If God didn’t hear sinners, no one would be able to pray to Him, as we have all sinned and come short of the glory of God.
In Genesis 3, we are told (as is referenced in Genesis 8:21) that the curse of the ground, which included the production of thorns and thistles, was for his sake. Production of food in the Garden was now quite different outside of Eden. 
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