Some years back I was full of anxiety concerning by husband and his odd behavior. He had become distant and would stay on the computer a great deal at night. This worried me and I was unhappy about it. One night I was lying on my right side as usual in the bed. I felt a present that someone had walked over to the side of the bed where I was laying. Then a caress along my right side sent a peace through me. Then my left hand was held. I opened my eyes to see that my fingers were spread apart and my hand cupped as if I was holding another hand but, I could not see anything. I remember saying to myself, "Am I dreaming" but, I was fully awake. I then realized that it was of God, an Angel. A peace went through my hand up my arm and throughout my entire physical and spiritual being that was so complete and freeing to the point that I cannot fully explain. It was complete. I felt complete in all ways and totally at peace beyond words. This peace was so beautiful that it brought tears to the eyes. AWESOME PEACE> I THANK THE FATHER FOR FREEING ME IN ONE OF MY DARKEST HOURS AND FOR LETTING ME EXPERIENCE THE PEACE ONLY HE CAN GIVE. I LOVE YOU MY FATHER.
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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