i never pray to my angel(except to give thanks). im sure he is busy, and so i try to leave him alone. however, i asked for my angel to walk with me the next day when i said my nightly prayers, for something specific, and boy did he! my car was in the shop getting fixed, so i had to drive my "backup" car that hadnt been driven/started in about 6 months, or more. so, as i drove, a tire went flat, with a HUGE hole. a boy about 12 stopped to help me, and informed me he lives down the street, AND works on cars with his dad. unbeknownst to me, i had 2 lugnuts a different size from the other 3. he helped me change the tire with seperate lugnuts, AND jump my car. and as i left to go to the store, a man insisted on going the wrong way on a one way, and at the very last minute swerved to avoid a head on collision with me! i know my angel is there at all times, but i sure am glad i specifically asked for them to walk with me, because i needed help only GOD can provide!
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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