i refuse to go back out there until i came take the medium out there to send them back from which they came.
Nothing adds up in your post. You say that your girlfriend is a Christian, yet she obviously has no faith, knows not the scriptures nor the power of
God. First, when one is filled with the Holy Spirit one has no fear for the Spirit within them is greater than all and all is subject to that Spirit.
And yet, she flees from a shadow saying that? The Holy Spirit would command authority OVER that other spirit. One indwelled by Our Holy God would
denounce and shun all practices of divination and sorcery....yet your supposedly Christian girlfriend tolerates you seeking mediums and such?
Nonsense. The Holy Spirit would be convicting you of your evil ways and convicting her of having anything to do with such things. She sees these
spirits and they command her, therefore she is not indwelled by the Spirit of God.
Secondly, can you not see that your practices and interests do nothing but keep you in fear and slavery? Yet you feel that such practices will somehow
deliver you? Somehow your experiences have led you to believe lies as truth.
Your interest obviously has always been in the paranormal and occult. If you believe that ghosts are "real ghosts", any experience such as seeing a
shadow man will lead you to conclude that it is a "ghost". Your experience and senses give you the needed evidence to prove what amounts to be a
lie. You prove a lie to be a truth. If your girlfriend would crack open scripture instead of being fascinated with seeing spirits and taking long
walks at night in the foggy woods, she might come to understand this concept.
Flee from evil - that is the command of Our God. It means have NOTHING to do with it. That is what a Christian would counsel you. The fact is, you do
a 180 and wonder why on earth you are experiencing these things. Jesus left His Own with PEACE, and the fact that you have none of it should make you
want to open that Bible with your girlfriend and perhaps choose the way of the wise instead of the foolish.
You reap what you sow. A very truthful statement that even an atheist or pagan can sometimes acknowledge.