I spoke with a young, teenaged seer last week. She made some interesting statements, which I’m trying to work out.
Another teenager introduced me to this girl for the first time. She said, “She needs to tell you something.”
The young woman said that this would sound crazy. That, when she says it out loud, she thinks it’s crazy, and when she tells people, they think she’s crazy. This girl is a self-abuser and had been institutionalized. She had been medicated. At this time, she is not on meds. She routinely has night terrors.
I guessed where this was going, and said, “You see spirits.” She nodded.
She said they look like shadows, but she can discern features and details in them. She said she could hear them. They follow people around and when she’s in a public place, she can hear them whispering things to the people they are following.
She said the had one that was “hers.” This spirit protected her, she said. It kept her from cutting. She said it talked to her, and told her it had been cast out of Heaven, but wasn’t holding a grudge and wasn’t openly rebelling against God.
She said this spirit did not like it when she went to a church, because so may Christians had mistreated her, had judged her, had told her she was crazy.
At one point, she had been on psychotropic medication, which numbed her ability to see. In fact, it cut it off. I am wondering if psychotropic medication impacts the pineal gland, and if this is what impacts seers ability to see.
It was interesting. The setting where this young woman shared this with me was at my church youth group, during the ministry time, when we listen to the Holy Spirit, and pray for each other. She said as the Holy Spirit entered the room, her spirit squeezed her stomach, burning her. The spirit then left, and left her alone until I dropped her off at home an hour later.
I suspect this spirit is a demon and has an assignment on her. I suspect she invites and welcomes this spirit’s presence, and finds comfort in her.
John Wimber once said that spiritual assignments are sometimes the least of a person’s problems: they so may emotional and environmental issues that will take time and effort to deal with. It’s relatively easy to command a spirit to leave and to break an assignment (through the name Jesus and the power of his shed blood).
I hope this young woman returns this week. I am expecting another seer this week, and look forward to her added discernment. She’s is literally my eyes and ears into the spirit world.