By: Stella Nkhonya
Location: Lilongwe3 Malawi
I am alady with disablities who lives in Malawi in Lilongwe. I usually pray the rosary. SOmetimes when i pray and I dont get a tangible answer I get angry. One day I was so depressed becuase my prayers seamed not answered and I sort of liking having a short sleep on my bed upstairs. Just some few seconds I felt a very nice perfume and when I looked arround the compound down the window I saw no one passing bye I asked my small maid to look who was close bye she said noboday.After a little while I felt some sort of a peace flowing in my heart and like something holding me and I felt a relief. Then after 2 weeks Iwas praying once more it was a Sunday morning after church it was raining heavely outside and I had the same feeling of unwanted on Earth surprsingly the same very strong and nice perfume enveloped me and I stood up to check if therewas someone out side but there was none. I stay with my little twins 5 years old and my neighbours are not close to my house that I could smell their perfume. I have now discovered that either my guardian angle visits me or the Lady of Peace Our Mother the Mother of Jesus when am dipressed and consols me because after that I get a very bing relief i have ever felt before.
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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