It was a beautiful Spring day here in New England. My husband, myself, a friend & his wife had been visiting in our garden. My husband & his friend decided to go for a walk in the woods nearby. After a few minutes we heard yelling from the trail to come quickly. We ran to find my husband having a severe seizure. I ran back to the house & called 911. The rescue squad came, told me to gather up my husband's meds and follow them to the hospital. I was panicking to the point where I couldn't think straight. While in the bathroom getting the meds, something tapped me on my right shoulder and said in a very clear, calming voice, "do not worry, your husband will be fine, it is not his time yet." I turned to thank my friend for her kind words, but no one else was in there with me. She had stayed in another room. I asked her if she had said something to me and she said she hadn't. I immediately knew that it had been a angel that had spoken those words of reassurance to me. My husband was in intensive care for 7 days, but came away okay from this terrible ordeal. I told the priest at the hospital about the message and he said that he was not surprized at all. Just thought I'd share this with everyone. Thank you & God Bless You all.
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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By Billy Atwell
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