Diary of an Angel

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Trafford Publishing, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 151 pages
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I believe that Diary of an Angel is an adventurous look into the life of the Master, through the eyes of his guardian angel. Such an angel is given to every human spirit at the beginning of the earthly journey, and so too one was given to his. The angel records from the beginning to the end of the earthly journey, sharing the laughter, the tears, the emotion of its charge.

From the pages of an angel's hand we see how the divine entwined with the human, in the birth of a tiny child, and an angel followed closely. The child grew and in the strength of spirit and tenderness of love, and the angel saw. Manhood did not alter his love for others, as those lame in spirit, and blinded by fear sought his healing touch, and the angel marveled silently. Then in the heat of anger the fear he was taken aside, and hung in shame before men, and the angel cried. Yet his spirit soared and these words that both men and angels must know the words once written in Diary of an Angel.

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