By: David Munyon
In my work, as a missionary for Christ www.yogananda-srf.org I have seen an Angel.
One night in Tennessee, I asked God, if I could have the blessing of seeing a real Angel. He explained that it would probibly freak me out. I said 'I would like to see a real Angel anyway' so as I went to sleep in the night , The Lord Jesus said, 'O.K. but you'll only see him for an instant, you can't bear to see him for too long, your mind is unprepared' so I waited and then suddenly a real heavenly Angel was seen by me standing next to me. He was 8 feet tall and really big, he was full of JOY and radiated blissful white light ,he was dressed in a white robe with a red sash tied around his waist. He smilled lovingly at me. He is my guardian Angel , and he is still with me.
There's Angels everywhere, some are visable, some are invisable, but they are here, just like Our Lord Jesus Christ and Heavenly father. I've seen them too, in meditations, which isn't hard to do. Father God is 802 feet tall and he has four faces so he can see in all directions and he is full of divine love, so much love he is smiling most of the time. And His son Our Lord Jesus Christ is beautiful, he , when I saw him was dressed in purple and scarlet and gold and he was and IS so beautiful. And I've seen the holy spirit too, he's beautiful too. And I've seen Mary, Our Mother. I dedicate everything and concecrate everything to her. My Mother ,Our Mother. I love the Church and all the Priests and I love Our Holy Father The Pope and this is my testimony I write these words of truth in the name of Jesus Christ amen.
Some may never see with earthly eyes these heavenly beings or know that they exist. Many are unaware of the numerous ways they have protected and guided us. We would like to share with you the stories of people who take pleasure in expressing how real angels are.
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