A Message of Hope from the Angels

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Simon and Schuster, Nov 6, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 192 pages
Author of the bestselling Angels in My Hair Lorna Byrne sees angels with as much clarity as the rest of us see people, and she speaks to them every day. In A Message of Hope from the Angels, Lorna gives you the comfort of knowing that, no matter how alone you might feel, you always have a guardian angel by your side to support you.

In this inspiring and uplifting book, Lorna reveals how you can call on the help of your angels to carry you through the challenges that everyone inevitably faces, including loneliness, depression, stress, financial strain, heartbreak, the death of a loved one, or feeling inadequate as a parent. No matter what obstacles you face, you can call on this support to make your life happier and more fulfilling.
 

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An Irish mystic shares her transcendent ability to communicate with angels. In her internationally best-selling memoir Angels in My Hair (2009), Byrne (Stairways to Heaven, 2010, etc.) tapped into the ... Read full review

Contents

one A message of hope for these
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two You are loved unconditionally
9
three Help is always close at hand
21
four Parenting is the most important
37
five Prayer can move mountains
49
six We all have the grace of healing
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seven A light in the darkness
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eight You are meant to live life to
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nine Angels help the financially stressed
95
eleven Angels do play Cupid
113
twelve You are more than any angel
127
fourteen Angels dry our tears
142
Prayers from A Message of Hope
173
About the Author
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Born in Ireland, Lorna Byrne is the author of international bestsellers A Message of Hope from the Angels and her autobiography Angels in My Hair, which has been translated into twenty-six languages and sold in more than fifty countries. For more information, visit LornaByrne.com.

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