Yes, but with God at my side I can over come those demons that try to do wrong to me.
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Answer by snowgirl79 at 3:36 AM on Dec. 20, 2008
I believe when there is good, there is bad if that makes sense. I have experienced a bad presence/spirit when I lived in my grandmother's house. It used to terrorize me almost every night for a long period of time. I'm not sure of it was demon, but it was definitely scary and ominous. I've also had hag dreams. They are when you are sleeping and it feels as if someone is holding something over nose and you can't breath or wake up. These dreams happened around the time of the bad spirit.
Answer by NuMommy87 at 4:07 AM on Dec. 20, 2008
Yes, of course that makes sense - bad is usually trying to trump good, but of course that is impossible; thank God! I believe that spirits linger if there is unfinished business to complete before they leave earth. Most Christiansdo not believe like I do, but this is what I believe. Probably because I have experienced lingering spirits and manifestations of their presences. Spirits are not demons - the two are very distinct and separate things.
All spirits are not evil: some, like the Grandparents I spoke of, are of course good but stick around to say their farewells before departing this world.
Of course Scripture speaks of spirits and demons; and also makes mention that they are visible to the naked eye. Some spirits are malignant and stir up trouble; demons are always trouble.
I have never heard of hag dreams, but I do know of what you speak - and it can be scary. And yes, it usually happens when an evil spirit is near.
My daughter and niece have both had manifestations also in the last house we lived in. I did not see the manifestation, but I do not doubt it, given our familial background.