By: Vonnie Deak
Location: Augusta Georgia USA
I had alot of troubles on my mind and would often have nightmares of things and people that hurt me in my past. I've had several dreams of angels and had heard from many people that believe in God that if you call upon them that they are always there.
I had a dream of an angel that was clothed in pink and green sheer cloth. She had two small boys beside her that were blowing trumpets as she reached out and touched my forehead with water. It woke me up gasping and my head was wet. I've had several visitations by an angel since and even had friends that I prayed for tell me about their visitation of this angel. I think it is the Holy Mother or one of the Holy Angels spoken of in Revelations in the Holy Bible.
Recently, as little as a month ago, she visited both my husband and I and touched my cheek again. Nothing is said but I know that my prayers are always answered when I ask for an angel to visit someone. They always make the bad go away and something good happens.
Glory to God,
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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