Angels in Our Midst: Encounters With Heavenly Messengers from the Bible to Helen Steiner

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Crown Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 128 pages
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Angels In Our Midst is a  special Guideposts collection of  true stories in which ordinary human beings have had  rather extraordinary encounters with heavenly  messengers. In the Bible there are angels to be read  about from Genesis to Revelation, and you'll find  many of them in the pages. You'll even meet angels  who visit us today a learn a bit about the  messages they have to convey. In this book you are  invited to ponder the tales of ministering spirits who  by their presence provide not just succor, but the  reassuring evidence of a loving God who is forever  watching over us. And when you finish it's likely  you will have a new appreciation of phenomenon  that heretofore you may have only sensed. This  inspirational book of angels will cause you to look back  over your life and recall certain inexplicable  happenings that left you puzzled or in awe. It is  then that you will understand some of the mystery and  beauty of the events related in these stories.  Gradually your understanding will deepen, so that  you, too, may hear what the poet Betty Banner has  heard as "the swish of passing wings."  Angels In Our Midst was created by  the editors of Guideposts  Magazine, a monthly magazine filled with true stories of  people's adventures in faith. Founded by the late  Norman Vincent Peale, the magazine appeals to a  wide spectrum of American believers and has a  circulation of over four million readers.

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