Monsters in My Closet

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Children often perceive demonic visitors as monsters. Some children are more sensitive to the spirit realm than others. It is not uncommon for them to see angels, which are great experiences. But that same sensitivity makes them vulnerable to the evil spirits as well.

In the story, Caleb has a problem. He is terrified of the monsters in his closet. He’s not having bad dreams. These visitors are real! His parents don’t know what to do to help. It seems they have tried everything. But then Caleb learns he has authority over them and how to make them go away forever by power in the name of Jesus.

This book was written in response to the huge number of parents looking for help with children experiencing not just nightmares, but night terrors. These were not the traditional clinical experiences that could be accounted for by the medical field. These were episodes that went beyond the norm where the victims were having true demonic encounters in the night.

Becky collected the stories of many people who overcame these attacks when the children learned their authority in the name of Jesus. She wove elements of their experiences together to craft the make-believe story of Caleb. There is a section of helps in the back of the book specifically for parents to learn to help their children to become overcomers in this area.

Christian parents need to protect these children in many ways. We recommend our teaching on How the Kingdom of Darkness Operates in Children.

Written by Becky Fischer
Illustrated by Shannon Wirrenga

38 pages,
Full Color
For ages 3 – 11

Paperback $11.95
PDF Download $7.95

Australian Customers Please buy here: KIMI Australia

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6 reviews for Monsters in My Closet

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Becky Fischer (verified owner)

    Milie Joy Radosti wrote this on my Facebook page: “The children have been struggling with sleep – it could be a number of things but especially Titus was having anxiety. We decided to pull out one of our favorite books by Becky Fischer called “Monsters In My Closet.” The children were captivated (as they always are) – asked for the anointing oil, worship music in their room and Titus, knowing that he accepted Jesus and has authority over every “monster” was confident to go to bed.

    Asher asked if he, too could have that authority and I seized the opportunity to share that he could have the same authority Titus has and a whole 5-year-olds sermon to go with it. Together we prayed with Asher to confirm his belief in Jesus.

    My heart was in puddles!! Here is a part of their prayer! The children slept through the night and I couldn’t be more thankful! What a powerful night it was! 💖 Being a mom, is one of the “best” ministries I could ask to lead!”

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ellen Evans (verified owner)

    My son is 7. From the day he was born he has ALWAYS tried his hardest not to go to sleep. He explains to me that it is because he has scary dreams. He still sleeps in my bed every night due to fear. I first suspected he was seeing spirits before he turned 1. We had moved house, and at night he would cling to me, body rigid and crying, pointing to a corner of the room saying ‘lady’, ‘lady’. In another room, where his sister 14 years older than him would see movement and hear noises, he would look fearfully at a point in space, and on one occasion said ‘gare’, meaning ‘I’m scared’. This was before his first exposure to the concept of ghosts on a cartoon.

    My children and I have always avoided anything remotely scary or violent on TV. He would also say ‘little moon’ and when we pointed the camera at those moments we would consistently capture images of ‘orbs’, which on the face of it are very similar to what photographers attribute to dust specs or sunspots on the lense. I burned sage to try to clear the house and at that point my son became more scared of the ‘orbs’ – it was as if I had simply stirred ‘them’ up. We have lived in three homes since then. In some my son would describe what I’ve heard called portals, with monsters coming out of them. He still cowers under my blankets describing “ghosts” he can see and hear.

    Obviously I tried a number of things to comfort my son. I can’t imagine how scary these experiences are for him, and I believe they have affected him in other ways. For example he finds it very hard to focus at school even though he is very capable and well-behaved. It has been painful for me to watch on helplessly, and scary for me to watch teachers and mental health professionals try to attribute his fears and behavior to non-supernatural environmental factors (e.g. inevitably my parenting)

    I was raised an atheist. I used to be engaged in some New Age practices, including reading tarot. My son’s father (who I left five years ago) has always used cannabis heavily. Jesus called me last year and I walked through the doors of the local Church on tenth July. A day or two later, the Holy Spirit lead me to open my brand-new Bible at Leviticus 23:27 ” the tenth day of this seventh month is the Day of Atonement;”. Praise God! Jesus called my son five weeks later.

    The Holy Spirit has helped me to clean up my life, and I am baptized. My Church doesn’t baptize children, but my son started speaking in tongues about a month ago. A few days ago I was laying in bed next to my son and felt prompted to pray out a couple of spirits from in myself (hey we should all be cleaning house regularly!) – I did this silently in my head: I gave no outward indication that I was doing anything.

    Next instant my son froze, and I asked ‘Are you seeing something?’. He pointed just above my body and whispered ‘ghost’.

    Hey if you’re still reading thanks! It was this experience that prompted me to look online for a Christian resource to help my son. In short, I found this book. I was able to download the pdf instantly. I read it with my son, and it was very moving to see him go ‘that’s me!’ every time I read a description of Caleb’s experience. I could see that at the very least the text was affirming for my son.

    We learned a lot from the book, and the information at the end of it. I helped my son practice declaring his God-given authority in the name of Christ, and he got right into it. This is exactly what I needed to help him step into his place of authority. Now he is playing and singing in a way I’ve not heard him do for years. He is playing with his toys, giving out declarations and instructions left right and centre ‘by the name of Jesus Christ’. I prayed him through to God six months ago, but he was keen for me to interrupt reading to help him repent and ask Jesus into his heart again.

    That first evening I think he started with role play – offering to clear the house room by room! Shortly before he slept he was describing spirits making holes and “marching out”. I encouraged him to close the holes behind them. One in particular I have no doubt was real. He suddenly froze and described a spider in the wall with three eyes and long teeth “and it’s having babies”. He was clearly terrified, but he launched straight into telling it to go and it left quickly with its babies. Poor thing, he never bothered describing them in detail before, probably because my response was always a mixture of helplessness and frustration. He’s already like a different child. I suspect he will experience school differently now as well.

    I’m looking forward to supporting my son to use his newfound sense of authority next time he sees ‘ghosts’. This has been a most amazing light in the darkness, and interestingly, God told me this morning ‘I have a surprise for you.’ A solution to seven years of torment? That’s some surprise Lord!

    Thank-you Becky, and God bless you and your ministry! I know you have taken risks to do God’s will. Your work is absolutely needed.

  3. Becky Fischer (verified owner)

    Enid Alaniz Ash posted on Facebook:

    “Our children had been getting nightmares every night. We prayed for them every evening. My friend Kimberly Jones Nelson sent me this book by Becky Fischer. The book talks about who our enemy is and where he comes from. It educates our children in a way that they can understand, that Satan uses fear when we are in our bed at night. It teaches our children that we have authority through Christ over Satan and his demons.

    “Even as young as they are with Jesus in their heart they are the boss of the devil, And they can send him away in Jesus name. We read this book to our children, Jaida 7-years-old Jabriel 4.”

    “The last two nights both of them start in our daughter’s room together without me and my husband. They commanded what was scaring them to leave their rooms. Last night was peaceful and they just finished praying a few moments ago. This book highly recommended.”

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Trina Mask (verified owner)

    As one who has taught children for 40+ years, I’m always on the look-out for great resources to use with the children I teach. Our church has used Becky’s curriculum for years and have found them to be full of foundational truths. The same is true for this book. We were so impressed with the content that our church purchased a copy for each family. This morning I quizzed the kids on the book. I wanted to get their opinions. The words they used were: excellent, great and wonderful. One said they really like all of the scripture that was given in the back.

    Another child said that for the past 3 years he had been afraid to sleep in the dark but after reading the book he was set free from fear and was finally able to sleep without a light on. Several of the children described how powerful they felt when like the character Caleb, they too took authority over the devil. I’d recommend this book as a staple resource for every family, children’s ministry and church & school library. It would also make a good resource for any adult who may be dealing with nightmares.”

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Monica McKeen (verified owner)

    I had one of my children from PowerClub today share with me that he disobeyed God. He went to his cousins house and he heard the Holy Spirit say “Do not watch that TV show” But he did anyway.

    He came home and went to sleep and got scared because monsters were in his room. He ran into his mothers room and told her to please read the book MONSTERS IN MY CLOSET. She said “Why” He said because I need it. She said to her son “what is going on” He told her what happened and she told him he didn’t need the book.”

    She said ” You know what to do” He prayed out to God crying and saying I am so sorry and then stood up and told those monsters to go away in Jesus name. His Mother told me he went into his own room and fell fast asleep. We need to listen to the Holy Spirit. He knows what is best. When we hear his voice we need to obey.

  6. Rated 4 out of 5

    Tracy T. (verified owner)

    Let’s face it…. it’s hard to get help from the body of Christ when your child is having recurrent visitations from “darks” (as my son calls them). We reached out to several brothers and sisters in Christ, and we pretty much got blank stares. This book is VERY helpful. The first part of the book is written just for children. I read this to my son tonight, and it helped him to see the pictures and how another child was dealing with situation. It also has a helpful section in the back just for parents. Practical advice is given. I am excited to see my child’s understanding of who he is in Christ and the authority he has in Christ grow. Thank God for this book!!!!

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