“I don’t mind UFO’s and ghost stories, it’s just that I tend to give value to the storyteller rather than to the story itself. “-Robert Stack
Do you believe in ghost?
We arrived in the Teacher’s Camp last Friday, August 7, 2009 at around 10 am. Mercy, the personnel gave us a key for our room at 105 at the Pages Hall where there were 3 bedrooms for me and my 2 buddies. It was a nice room.
At around 8pm, I received an sms from a friend saying that in this place, there were plenty of ghosts. Unknown to me, Bert also received a text with the same content coming from his families but we never talked about it not until we were at the bus going back to Manila.
During our brief 3 days stay in that particular place, no ghost appeared to me or to any of my buddies.
And even if there are ghosts in that camp, I am not afraid to them. While watching T.V alone in the reception area at around 9 pm, a black-out occured for 15 minutes but I just waited for the power to be restored.
If you’re the son of God, you will not be afraid of anything…for greater is HE (GOD) that is in you, than he (ghost) that is in this world.
Yes, ghosts are real. They are everywhere, even in your house right now. They are those demons that rebelled against God and temporarily, they roam around the earth. They are the deceiving spirits, pretending to be your loved one who died many years ago, but in reality, he is a fallen angel, a demon.
Whether at Teacher’s Camp or in your house- they are there! the only question is, are you afraid?
Vannessa Hudgens once said, “Ghost stories really scare me. I have such a big imagination that after I watch a horror movie like ‘The Grudge’, I look in the corners of my room for the next two days. ”
Not unless you have a personal attachment with God, your fear for them will not vanish.
God be Praised!