Brush of an Angel's Wing

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Walker and Company, 1995 - Religion - 199 pages
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Brush of an Angel's Wings vividly chronicles angelic "sightings". Through stories from his own life, Charlie Shedd gives us a glimpse of what a brush with an angel looks and feels like, describing nice-of-time rescues, impossible feats of strength, supernatural perceptions, and divinely orchestrated situations--all of which can only be ascribed to the wisdom and service of angels.

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A little too religious for my taste although it has some very interesting stories. Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Dr. Charles W. Shedd was a master communicator of homespun wisdom. He authored more than forty books, wrote nationally syndicated columns, and was a favorite guest of numerous television and radio outlets. Shedd served as a Presbyterian minister for more than fifty years. Perhaps more than anything, apart from his role as a husband of forty years to Martha and later to Anna Ruth, Charlie Shedd will be remembered for advice on love and relationships. The high-water mark for these efforts can be found in the classic books, Letters to Karen and Letters to Philip which have sold in millions of copies. In them, he mentored a Christian generation in the art of keeping Christ and joy in the heart of relationships.

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