A Crowded House

Before moving to this house in Senoia if I read the following I would say the author is full of it or needs a straight jacket. I am not attempting to persuade anyone beliefs I am wanting to know if others have experienced similar? I am certain some will lose respect for me and others certain I practice in the a cult, which I do not, I am sharing what I have seen and my family members have seen.

Enough suspense, we see people and unexplainable lights in the house and for the first time yesterday I caught a glimpse of an elderly gentleman looking in the front of the barn. Some of the people we see are regulars and some we see are known, but have died. alaskaThey encounters are always brief and unless just startled by seeing someone unexpected the experiences are nothing like Hollywood has created. I seem to view the most and all of my encounters have left me with an extraordinarily peaceful feeling. I never feel scared or threatened during or after an experience. All of the sightings have been one individual at a time seen by one individual except Carey and I saw a yellow light moving around our bedroom. Almost forgot, a man from a roofing company saw a woman on our back porch and there have been a couple sightings in the log cabin.

What is going on? Angels? Evil? Why here? It seems to go in waves of activity and we are currently in a wave of things happening. To my preacher friends please share your thoughts by leaving a comment or privately to davidjayne at bellsouth dot net.

Carey and our daughter Chelsea leave for Mayo Clinic morning. Please keep Carey, our family and my caregivers in your thoughts and prayers this week. Thanks for reading. Have a great day! dj

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5 comments on “A Crowded House
  1. Michael says:

    Doesn’t sound strange to me. I have seen something in my house. Any Christian preacher who scoffs at you needs to be reminded that the Holy Trinity includes the Holy Spirit, or as I was taught, the Holy Ghost. And when someone dies they are said to “give up the ghost.”

  2. Michael Teasley says:

    Any Christian pastor who criticizes you and Carey might need to be reminded that the Holy Trinity includes the Holy Ghost!

  3. Debra Howard says:

    Wow, that’s really odd. It doesn’t seem evil or demonic because of the sense of peace. And bad things aren’t happening. Actually, it sounds like they are there to comfort. How strange, though! Would be interesting to hear what others think about it.

    • Patty White says:

      Oh yea, my current house was “haunted”. We experienced many things however, I never felt threatened. It was the opposite. After the initial feeling of being spooked, I had a feeling of being protected. We even had the ghost hunters come to the house to verify the activity. The sceptic told me there was a very prominent being at the foot of my bed. Before having the ghost hunters come out, I found out that before we moved in, there was a freak accident at Lake Mead with a group of high schoolers partying. The boat went airborne and landed nose first in a cliff. (I saw this on the news when we lived in California). It turned out the boy, Michael was driving the boat. So I just talked to him all the time. He seemed to come around when we had company and liked crowds the most. I told him to follow the light and haven’t seen, felt, or heard anything in about 5 years. I miss my spirit 😉

      In regards to Carey, you all are always in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. Darrell Moore says:

    We know from the Old Testament, King Saul asked the witch at endor to bring back the prophet Samuel. This she did. Samuel complained, “Why did you disturb me”? Also we see, when a follower of Christ dies their spirit will be where Christ is. Christ is at the right hand of God.

    John 12:26 Whoever serves me must follow me; and where I am, my servant also will be. My Father will honor the one who serves me.

    Philippians 1:23 I am torn between the two: I desire to depart and be with Christ, which is better by far

    2 Corinthians 5:8 We are confident, I say, and would prefer to be away from the body and at home with the Lord.

    Additionally, the bible is clear that we do not call out to the spirit of the dead. As is noted in scripture below. When the witch calls upon Samuel and he appears, she is horrified and screams out at the top of her voice. Samuel was the most holy man on the planet in his day, and the witch of endor was now standing in front of him. Uh Oh!

    Leviticus 19:27 -31 you shall not practice augury or witchcraft . . . . Do not turn to mediums or seek out spiritists, for you will be defiled by them. I am the LORD your God

    1 Samuel : 28 – ?? When the woman saw Samuel, she cried out at the top of her voice and said to Saul, “Why have you deceived me? You are Saul!” The king said to her, “Don’t be afraid. What do you see?” The woman said, “I see a spirit coming up out of the ground” note: Christ had not been to the cross as of yet and apparently when the righteous died they went to Abrahams bosom.

    So. I would say, that if you have spirits walking around at night, they are not saved, they are dead, and you should not try to communicate with them, use them, or entertain any thoughts of trying to keep them around. If I had dead people walking around my house, I would have every bible thumping Pentecostal holy woman in the county in here praying and rebuking.
    Brian Born, couldn’t wish them away for you. I mean wisk them away. Things are getting a little weird David.

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