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  1. Anonymous Poster

    I’ve had a handful of sleep paralysis experiences, a couple of them even after I became Christian, including one where I felt something bite my back right before I woke up, which was by far the worst experience

    I wish I would’ve known I had the ability to know I could make them leave in Jesus’ name back then, but I’m glad I do now. Sorry you had to experience that again, it’s pretty terrifying

    Keep up the good work and God bless 🙂

    • Never heard of a bite like that before, except for movies and the likes. Amen, Jesus’ name is powerful, they have no chance against Him. Praise be to God and thank you for your kind words!

    • I have had a few bouts with sleep paralysis. The most recent being terrifying. Demons were hovering over me. They showed me an image of my brother with a bullet in his head. I eventually said to them I command you in the name of Jesus Christ to leave me. I then saw a man with a flow around him. He told me I have to say it with real faith that it had to come from my heart. I then mustered everything in my being and commanded with real authority given by Jesus and yelled with all my faith and confidence I command you in the name of Jesus Christ to leave. Immediately I awoke and it was over. I testify this having gained a stronger faith in my savior. If you have faith in Jesus you can rebuke these demons.

  2. Cynthia Hoffman

    In early March 2012, I had my one and only sleep paralysis incident. I was not saved at the time and had NO clue what was happening to me. I awoke from a (pardon the expression) dead sleep in the middle of the night. I was more alert than I’d ever been on awakening, which was unusual. My eyes scanned the room and I didn’t see anything, and when I went to move, I couldn’t budge a muscle. Panic started to set in when I went to take a breath and those muscles didn’t work either. My next thought was, “So this is how you’re going to go out? Paralyzed, not being able to breathe?” At the moment when I was certain I was going to pass out, I suddenly got my breath back. Needless to say, it was a horrible experience and I merely wanted to forget the incident and return to sleep. Unfortunately, my life would require another year of mental and spiritual confusion before discovering that I am residing in an area chock full of witch covens, freemasons and all manner of occultists, who, I believe caused my sleep paralysis. Thankfully, our Lord Jesus Christ saved me in June 2013, and to that end I have learned more in the last 3 years than I did all my prior 56. YT channel “dagnyatl” (it’s ATL, not AT1). And the “jedi” in my email name stands for JEsus DIsciple, and nothing occult. God bless, Cynthia.

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