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Rebecca De Mornay: Celebrity Ghost Stories

I was just watching Celebrity Ghost Stories on the bio channel, and saw what seemed to be a beautiful blonde woman telling her story, but didn’t know what show I was watching, and as I went near the television to see her, I saw it was a famous actress, though I’ve forgotten her name (nevermind, after about 6 mins of searching while doing 35 minutes of other things, I found out her name is Rebecca De Mornay). I came in the middle of her story, where she suddenly realized, or thought she did, that the ghosts/two little girls she had seen in her past as a child, were their spirits, and she said they comforted her when she was having a dark time as a child. Why would she think she saw their spirits and not a premonition? Also, if she wasn’t up close to the ghosts as the portrayals showed, how can she know that she was seeing her daughters? But supposing she did see her daughters as a child, why would it comfort her to know that she saw them playing together while ignoring her when kindness towards her would have been much more helpful? Is it really comforting, when you are in mourning or very sad over lack of companionship, to see others joyful and you having no share in it? And even if it did cheer her up, that joy is no replacement for the joy that comes from knowing and feeling that God has forgiven of you of your sins and knowing and understanding him, knowing that he is not just a God of anger against that which is immoral, but merciful to those who are immoral, even to those who are unforgiven and to those whom he has rightfully chosen never to bless with his forgiveness. If you would like to know how to get eternal life, go here.

  1. Christynn
    January 5, 2011 at 1:25 PM

    I believe it was a vision, from God…

    • January 7, 2011 at 11:36 AM

      So what if you believe that, what is your point?

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