Angel On Board - Real Life Stories
A collection of non-fiction - incredible stories of encounters with Angels and other paranormal phenomenon.
Angels and Awakenings: Stories of the Miraculous
This wide-ranging collection indicates how deeply the angelic realm has affected modern writers.
The Voice Across the Veil
If you've ever wondered if you could speak to your angels - Sue explains her experiences.
The Book of Angels
The world the archangels represent is unlike any you know, full of heroism and drama and the Book of Angels shines light on the angel lore hidden away for eons in forgotten writings. Stunningly illustrated by Ruth Thompson.
How to Hear Your Angels
A step by step guide to clearly receive angelic messages. Doreen Virtue's workshops have been teaching everyday people this talent for many years. Doreen is by far, the most knowledgable expert in this field.
Spirit Guides and Angel Guardians
Contact Your Invisible Helpers
The Encyclopedia of Angels
An amazing array of information presented about all the angel types and by name. Includes references to biblical and scholarly sources, matches information provided in other publications. All descriptions are concise.
An Introduction to Connecting, Working, and Healing with the Angels
How to Connect Closely with Archangels Michael, Raphael, Gabriel, Uriel, and Others for Healing, Protection, and Guidance
A Little Boy's Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back
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Help Me Angels
How to Connect and work with your Guardian Angels for Daily Help and Guidance. No Task too Small
A story of life - as told from the Hereafter
Angel Numbers 101
The Meaning of 111, 123, 444, and Other Number Sequences
Heart-Warming Stories of Divine Influence and Protection
Touched by an Angel
Touched by an Angel truly is a wonderful gift to the world, and this book captures the love, hope, and faith by which it came to be.
Who They Are and How They Help--What the Bible Reveals
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Angel On Board - A look at life from the other side...
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Several weeks later, Glory decided to visit Jeremi, Peter, Melinda, and their kids and take the opportunity to meet the mother of her next grandchild. Peter invited Jeannie and the girls over to a big family dinner. One evening they all talked and got to know each other better. It was only about a month now, before the baby was due. Each Guardian had fun whispering story ideas into their charge's ears for them to tell. Jeannie enjoyed listening to stories about everyone else. Marie whispered to Carole and Carole told a story about her mom, after which, Jeannie, although embarrassed, smiled, but shot Carole a look like: You just wait until we get home.
Glory pulled Carole close to her and got her to talk some more. Glory told Carole she could call her Grandma. Everyone laughed, talked and got along well all evening long.
It was a lovely time, the first union of my two families into my new expanded family.
Glory made it a point to pull Jeannie aside and let her know that regardless how things worked out between her and Jeremi, that she was now family and that she intended to stay close. Peter let Jeannie know that he would be happy to help, if she ever needed it, regardless of her relationship with Jeremi. It Jeannie was relieved and thankful to receive such support from Jeremi's family. She and the girls left a little after that.
Melinda and the children went to bed, leaving Peter, Jeremi and Glory alone to talk.
The three of them looked at each other. None of them seemed to want to start the conversation.
"Cute girls," Glory said, breaking the ice.
Jeremi and Peter nodded in agreement. There was an awkward silence again.
"So what's going on with the two of you?" Glory asked. "Peter says you spend a lot of time with them."
Jeremi looked at Peter, who shrugged his shoulders and tried to look innocent of the charge of "talking about him behind his back." "Yeah, I spend some time with them. It's just a trip that she's pregnant."
"Is she the only person you spend time with?" Glory asked.
Jeremi hesitated, then said, "Recently, yeah." I could tell that this question unsettled him.
"How recently?" Peter asked.
"Recently. You know, recently," Jeremi snapped defensively. "Look, I like her. She's having my baby. She's the only one I'm seeing, and that's enough for me."
"Is that enough for her?" Glory said in a very soft voice and looked down at her hands.
Peter shot Jeremi a disgusted look and motioned his head toward Glory.
"I'm sorry, Mama. I'm sorry I snapped. I'm just finished talking about whether we should get married because..." Jeremi looked around deciding he was probably outnumbered in this argument. "Just because."
"Have you talked about it with her?" Glory asked.
"Only once. The night we found out about the baby. We both decided getting married just because of the baby would be a mistake."
"That was months--" Peter began, but stopped when Glory put her hand up.
Glory nodded, pursed her lips and kept her words in. However, I could tell that her mind was going a million miles an hour.
Peter changed the subject and the conversation lightened quickly. Jeremi got restless so he told them he was going to bed. He kissed Glory and said, "Peace!" to Peter and quietly went down the hallway to his room. A familiar clink could be heard coming from the direction of his bedroom.
Glory and Peter both heard it, recognizing it for what it was.
"There he goes again," Peter said.
"Is it every night, still?" Glory asked, concerned.
"And every morning."
"Lord have mercy," Glory looked up. "Is Jeannie like that?"
"Once she found out about the baby, she quit drinking anything."
"Well, that's something," Glory said. Peter nodded in agreement. "Do you think he loves her?" Glory asked.
Peter answered. "I think he probably does, but I think his drinking is between them." Glory stayed quiet. "He just does really stupid things when he's drunk."
"Like going to parties with other women," Peter said.
"Lord, have mercy! Does Jeannie know?"
"Mama, I'm sure she suspects."
"He'd better be careful, Nothing bad is going to happen to my grandbaby!" Glory said sternly.
Peter nodded. "I guess we'll have to wait and see what happens."
They talked for a few more minutes and then Glory went to bed. George, Naomi and I stayed with her. She got down on her knees and prayed quietly and earnestly for about half an hour. We all got on our knees right beside her and prayed right along with her. This was the most intent I'd seen her for several months now. This situation worried her immensely. I knew she felt she shouldered this burden alone.
I wanted to let her know that we were right here with her. "Talk to me," I said to her.
She reacted to my words, with her body. She got into bed and turned out the light. I laid down beside her and again I said, "Talk to me." She sighed heavily and rolled away from me. "Talk to me, Glory, I'm right here."
"I've never had this hard a time getting her to talk to me. What's the problem?" I asked George.
"It could be a multitude of things. She's afraid she'll wake someone by talking out loud. Maybe she's just so preoccupied by the situation that nothing else can break into her thoughts," George explained.
"What can I do to bring her back to me?"
"Deja vu dreams are helpful at times like these," George said. I gave him my usual perplexed look, so he explained further. "Deja vu dreams, it's a dream where we guide our charge through the problem they're having. They tell us how they would like it solved. Then we show them the solution they've described and the probable outcome. We work through the problem, until they are at peace about it. It's different from dreams where we're actually talking to them. Here we simply guide them. They really do all the work. Then like all dreams, if she has any memory of it, it will fade from her conscious mind. If their solutions come true one day, they might remember bits and pieces of it. That's why they call it deja vu, because they've already seen it. It's a good way to get them to work out a problem, so they release their stress about it."
"They just forget it?"
"It's their thought processes, Martin. They already know the solutions and they can rethink them again when they're awake. They're actually working these things all out for themselves, we just give them the venue."
My blank stare kept him explaining.
"Do you ever remember waking up with the solution to a problem that had been bothering you when you went to bed?"
I nodded. "Yes, many, many times."
"Okay, then. We worked it out while you slept. I know you forgot that part, but do you remember having the solution when you woke up?"
"You never cease to amaze me, George."
"This is all part of the grand plan. And grand is an understatement." George looked toward Heaven with appreciation.
"It is indeed."
George and Naomi looked at me and when our eyes met, the three of us joined Glory in her dream.
"What's troubling you?" George asked.
"My son," Glory replied.
"What's troubling you about him?"
"Many things." There was a pause, then she went on. "He'll be having a child, his first, but it was quite unplanned. He drinks heavily and he's getting worse. I'm scared for him. He's messing around with loose women, when another one is having his child. He's going to lose his child if he keeps acting this way. I'm afraid I'll lose my grandchild because of the way he's treating the child's mother."
"Those are heavy burdens."
"Yes, they are."
"Do you see solutions?" George asked her.
"He has to stop drinking!" she said emphatically. "Then with a sober mind, assess his responsibilities and his relationships."
"How would you do that?" George asked.
"Get him some help. I think he needs serious help. If he could see the damage he's doing, he'd stop. He's a good person at heart; I know he is. We raised him to take care of his business. Something stronger than he is has control of him and we have to break its grip. We need to get him some help. Then it should all fall right back into place."
"Do you think he's ready to ask for help?" I asked.
She shook her head. She recognized my voice.
"What do you think needs to happen?"
"Something dramatic. Something so dramatic, that it will wake him up. I only pray that nobody gets hurt because of it. That's my greatest fear, that he will get hurt or hurt somebody when he's drunk."
"So let's say something dramatic has happened and now he's in treatment, he's sober and nobody has been hurt. What happens now?" George asked her.
"He's there when his baby comes into the world and every second thereafter. He brings the baby to see me and we stand up together when we have the baby baptized in its grandfather's church." Glory smiled with those thoughts.
"That would be nice," I said.
"Yes, it would!" Glory said, still smiling.
"Just lie here and imagine those beautiful thoughts. Remember the peace you're feeling at this moment," George said and left.
"Please try and feel how close I am to you and know that I'm that close Jeremi also. I love you - both," I said. Her smile grew broader. I left.
Naomi stayed behind to coach some more.
George and I watched Glory sleep. Her look grew more and more peaceful. "I hope this feeling stays with her even after she goes home tomorrow," I said as we left.
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