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.
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