Ryan, wow. That's a story that most people will not be able to understand. It has a lot of spiritual warfare concepts that even general Christianity
isn't ready to accept.
I will say, flat out, I have no doubt your story is true. I have experienced many battles like this in my time, and nothing you mentioned in my story
have I not experienced. (I'm an idiot, though. I'm one of those Derek Prince readers who seeks spiritual battles...)
I doubt you're going to find people who understand the significance of this story, though. That was a spiritual battle, and I hope you learned from
it. If you haven't experienced one already, you will. Exercist, Hostage to the Devil, and the like don't begin to touch on the surface. The exercist
was horribly inaccurate to the Christian
experience, as was Hostage To The Devil, because the true Christian would know they couldn't fight
Deamons on their own by their merrits alone. Yet that is what the Catholic religion preaches. Your story of spiritual battle is far closer to the
reality, when using Christ Jesus to fight your battle, than the stories before mentioned.
I suspect you're going to find people confused and not understanding the point of your story. That's kind of sad, though I don't really see it as
one of claiming for Christ so much as reclaiming for Christ. Most of the people on this site are either Unitarian or Athiests (I capitalize because
it's a religion
) As a result, they won't understand this. I fought one spiritual battle as an athiest, and it was vastly different than those I
fight today. This story would have made no sense to me back then. Today, it makes perfect sense, but then...
If you ever get the chance and choose to, shake your professor's hand and tell him some dude from the internet told him to keep fighting Christ's