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Driving with angels... - Angel Stories

By: Lori Leissner

Location: Austin Tx USA

My faith in God and Angels has been tested many times. My faith was restored one afternoon while driving from Austin to San Antonio after a long 12 hour shift at work.


Most highways have those annoying bumps, or ridges carved in the pavement along both sides of the highway. Their purpose is to alert you that you are too close to the edge of the highway when you are driving. Great alarms for people who fall asleep. After working a long shift overnight, I drove my family to San Antonio to attend a holiday celebration. I popped in a cd to keep me awake. My children had dosed off in the backseat, and my husband was resting in the passenger seat. I glanced down at the player, and set it to track 3, moved over to the far left to get into the fast lane.


I remember driving, and singing to the song. I remember tilting my head back to rest, my neck had started to hurt. There is a section on this highway that has no ridges, and on this section there is a stone wall where a river runs under the bridge. I opened my eyes and saw my car maybe 5 inches from that stone wall. As my heart dropped into my stomach, and my foot slammed on the brake...I realized in that split second that my life and the lives of the people I love most were almost gone. My car stopped, I looked back at my kids, looked at my husband, and looked at the track number on the cd player. It was on 5.


I have no idea how long I was asleep, no idea how I crossed through three lanes on the highway without crashing, and no idea what woke me up. There were no ridges, no loud noises, no horns honking, nothing. Just music playing. Nothing that would have caused me to wake up and realize that I was about to crash into a wall and go over a bridge.


Angels were in the car. God was watching. They were there with us that day, and they woke me up just in time. I truly believe that we are blessed, and that there are angels watching us. There was nothing else that could have kept us from crashing, or woken me up that morning.....nothing but the love of God and his watchful Angels. My faith was restored.




Angel Stories

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.

Angel Stories


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  1. Car Trouble and Angels to Assist, by Suzie
  2. the bird encounter, by Connor Pierce
  3. Ball of Light, by A Smith
  4. My Mom's Nurse, by Linda Driskill
  5. Don't See and Believe, by Billy Cokit
  6. An angel heard my prayer, by Maria Cabral
  7. TIMOTHY, by RICHARD BURDITT JR
  8. My life was saved, by Amanda Theobald
  9. Angel Power, by Shirley Abuel
  10. Angel outside the Parish, by Abram Toa
  1. You Should Watch, by Christian Duguay
  2. How an angel saved my daughter, by Patricia Ten Eyck
  3. I am okay now, by Jessica Edwards
  4. An angel saved my life, by Vincent Parise
  5. They came to take him home, by Elizabeth Conner-Ster
  6. Driving with angels..., by Lori Leissner
  7. Angel with A White Beard, by Sam Ramirez
  8. Angel in Waiting, by Mike Seddon
  9. My angel brought me home, by Nena Sunico
  10. Thank you, by Julie Power
  11. Saved from ferocious dogs, by Roger Hayes
  12. Angel Abby, by Billy Fisher
  13. visit from an angel, by holly mora
  14. Saved from emotional hell, by Paul
  15. A Tall White Angel, by Noelia R. Cambero
  16. There is no doubt Angels are real, by sheree davenport
  17. The Power of the Rosary, by Rosalie Francaviglia
  18. World Trade Center Angels, by Roxanne Cintron
  19. Elaines Angles, by Margaret Graham
  20. An Angelic Appearence , by Sunaira Barkat
  1. Touched By An Angel, by Debra Sueper
  2. We are never alone, by Bonnie Franklin
  3. The faith of my Grandmother, by Daphne Hebert
  4. Angel of comfort, by Arlene Hiles
  5. I did not think of God at all until I saw my granddaddy, by lindsey stewart
  6. touched by an angel, by Tina Willis
  7. Watching My Back, by Amanda Joiner
  8. MOTHER'S ENCOUNTER WITH ANGELS, by MARIBEL GONZALEZ
  9. Thoughts of My Angel!, by Marsha Neuschwanter
  10. Guardian Angel, by Michael Gomez
  11. My Aunt's Prayer, by valerie coranado
  12. Angel Mechanic, by Christine Clarke
  13. Angel at Bedtime, by Renee Woznesensky
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  15. The cook , by Robert Clements
  16. Long Hair, by Crystal Denney
  17. It's Mother Calling, by John Nichols
  18. Treasure our gifts, by Kim J.
  19. aNgeL sEnT bY God, by Ellaine Manansala
  20. I FEEL A VERY NICE AND STRONG PERFUME FOR SOME SECONDS, by Stella Nkhonya

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