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
Angel On Board
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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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I checked on everyone else. Glory was asleep, as was Sarah. Peter told Melinda everything that happened. She hung on every word. I went back and sat with George, who was still at Jeremi's side.
There was a spitting-mad new arrival next to Jeremi, in Don's old bed. He woke Jeremi up a couple of times. Tony played the same part he did on the day Jeremi arrived, irritated by the noise. Jeremi played Don's role. George and I laughed every time Jeremi said something, then he'd quirk his head, as if to say "Where'd that come from?" He smiled to himself as, I'm sure, a memory of his first night here came to mind.
"What's happening out there?" George asked.
I informed him of Peter and Jeannie's talk and the status of the rest of our people. We talked between the new arrival's episodes. We'd come full circle here.
Early the next morning, the roommate was down for the count. Jeremi was on his way to breakfast, when Bill pulled him aside. He wanted to have a private talk with Jeremi. They went to the same room Bill had taken him the night he challenged him.
"Uh-oh," Jeremi said walking into this room.
"What?" Bill asked, surprised.
"The last time you took me here, you ambushed me. I hope this is different." Jeremi asked, only half joking.
"On the contrary, Jeremi, come in, sit down. I want to talk to you about your progress here." Bill Sr. sat next to Bill on his chair and we sat next to Jeremi. Bill Sr. smiled broadly.
"How do you feel about how you are progressing here, Jeremi?" Bill asked him.
Jeremi sighed and looked thoughtful. "Pretty good, I guess."
"Well, I think you're doing pretty good, too. In fact, if you think you can handle it, I want to release you into the outpatient program day after tomorrow." Bill smiled and waited for Jeremi's reaction.
"Really? Man, that's great. Thanks. I'll prove to you that I can handle it!" Jeremi stood up and shook his hand.
"I know you will," Bill said, smiling. "We need these two days here to make the transition. You'll go to a different group this morning and tomorrow morning. Then after the afternoon group on Friday, you can go home, as long as there's someone here to pick you up."
"I've already got that covered!"
Bill got up and Jeremi bounded into breakfast, got his food, sat down with a group of people and plowed right through all of it.
Jeremi was doing really well. However, Jeannie still weighed heavily on my mind--her blood pressure and the way she'd laid into Peter. I needed to get to Pearl. I needed to figure out what we could do to soften her into giving Jeremi another chance.
Jeannie was at work. She focused completely on her work and was currently free from being distracted by her personal situation.
Pearl smiled when I approached. "How's Jeremi?" she asked.
"He's doing great," I answered. "How are our charges doing here?"
"She's pretty steady this morning. Working on some conversion stuff that she's put off forever and making quite a bit of progress today," Pearl said proudly.
"That's good," I replied. There was a moment of awkward silence while I tried to phrase my next question to Pearl.
"I'm still working on it," she said.
"What?" I asked, surprised.
"How to get her to agree to see Jeremi."
"How did you know I--never mind," I said, amazed as usual, this time because it appeared that Pearl could read my mind, too. "So what do we do?"
"Well, I've been thinking about it and if we try the direct approach with her, that hard head of hers will get in the way." Pearl paused. I waited patiently for more. "She's proud, hurt and very vulnerable. What we have to do is to make going over to Peter's to see Jeremi the only option she's got and so compelling that she has to go or it'll drive her crazy."
"So how do we do that?" I completely lacked a handle on the moment.
"Well, we have to think of her well-being first. If she dwells on this, her blood pressure will go up. So, first off, we have to get her mind off it."
"How do we do that?"
"Easy, make her think she's going somewhere else, so that relieves her of her stress, then at the last minute, take that away. It'll take some cooperation from some other angels, but it'll work, sure enough."
"I see, they'll cancel and she'll be left with nothing to do but go see Jeremi. Ooo. You're slick."
"Jeannie?" Judie whispered. "Jeannie," Judie said a little louder. "Jeannie," she finally said it loud enough to break through.
"Yes?" Jeannie said, with out looking up from her terminal.
"Jeannie," Judie said.
"What?" Jeannie looked over at Judie.
Judie pointed to her watch. Jeannie looked at hers.
"How'd it get so late so quick? Let me do one more thing." Jeannie typed again quickly and finished the thought. Then she rocked a couple times to get enough momentum behind her to stand up, as Judie finished putting on her walking shoes. Jeannie stretched and arched her back. She was in full profile. If the baby got much bigger, it'd pop out the front. They went outside for a walk.
"You've been into your work this morning," Judie said. "Are you getting a lot done?"
"Why are you surprised?"
"Oh, Peter came by last night and told me about Jeremi. I've been trying to keep my mind off of it."
"Oh, he said Jeremi was doing great and that he was going to get out tomorrow probably and that he wanted us to come over for a big celebration dinner."
"Why has that got you so upset?"
Jeannie stopped in her tracks and gave Judie the biggest look of disbelief I think she could've mustered. "Oh, yeah, like I'm just going to go over there and fall all over him like nothing happened."
"I see. So there's zero hope for you and Jeremi ever again?"
After an awkward silence, she said quietly, "Doubtful... maybe... who knows?"
"What would have to happen for you to give him another chance?"
"What, are you on his side now?"
"No, I'm just asking. I know you've thought about it."
Jeannie stared at Judie and there was another awkward silence, then Jeannie looked down at her feet but her belly got in the way. She patted her stomach and said quietly, "Yeah. I have."
"So what would have to happen?"
Jeannie sighed. "He'd have to apologize. He'd have to apologize so big that, that . . ." Judie waited, Jeannie softened. "He'd have to stay sober for one." She paused again. "I'd have to wait and see if I could ever learn to trust him again."
"That's a good start. So could that all happen tomorrow night over at Peter's? Then you'd be able to see for yourself, instead of just worrying and fretting."
"I need more time. It's too soon." Jeannie tried to rationalize her fears about going to see Jeremi.
"You're certain, you're going to decline the invitation to go to Peter's tomorrow night, right?"
"Yes," Jeannie said, less than convincingly. Judie looked her in the eyes. "Yes," she said with a little more conviction.
"Fine, then how about I take you and the girls out to see that new cartoon movie that came out this week? I've been dying to go see it, but I wanted to take a kid.. Your girls can come too." Judie looked quickly at Jeannie, who smiled slyly.
"Okay," Jeannie conceded. "That'll be fun. I'll tell the girls tonight."
Judie's angel winked at Pearl and me.
"Mission accomplished: Jeannie's been diverted," I said glibly.
"Her mind is settled and her blood pressure should be all right," Pearl acknowledged.
"I need to get back to base," I said, continuing the secret-agent impression. Pearl laughed and waved at me, so I headed back to Jeremi.
He was in the outpatient group session, Don right beside him. Jeremi contributed quite a bit to the discussion.
George smiled like a proud father. "Good, I'm glad you're back, Martin. I've been called away for a while and I'll need you to stay with Jeremi until I get back."
"What's going on?" It was unusual for George to get called away like this.
"My new assignment has been decided and I need to go do some things."
My eyes got big. "Already? I thought you'd be with me until at least the baby came. Then I was hoping for a little while longer."
"I know, but once the baby comes, I'll have to go to my new charge. That's just the way it works. I'll be back soon, Martin." Then he was gone.
"But--" It was too late, he'd already left. I felt a range of emotions that I could scarcely fathom. There was apprehension that I'd be being an angel all alone. There was sadness about how much I'd miss having George teach me what he knew. There was fear that Jeremi would fall back into his old ways without an angel close enough to help him if he needed it. There was excitement that my grandson was about to arrive. There was joy about Jeremi's spiritual growth of the past few days. My emotions were all over the place. I sighed heavily. I thought: If I was this unsettled when I was alive, I'd pray. Being an angel, what better thing to do?
"God," I began.
"Yes," he replied and I was engulfed by beautiful golden light. "What's on your heart, Martin?"
I lost my train of thought.
"Tell me what's troubling you, Martin."
"I have so many worries."
"I know. I'll alleviate them all, if you just talk to me."
"There's Jeremi and Jeannie, the time for the baby is close and they're apart," I said.
"George is going to a new charge. He's been by my side for as long as I can remember and even before that. What if I need him? Could we have some more time together to prepare me for all of this?"
The light brightened. "Martin, you were asked to take this position because of your wisdom. You are more than ready to become your grandson's Guardian Angel. It's George you're afraid of losing, his companionship, his guidance."
"Yes, I am."
"Since you've become an angel, have you been able to see whoever you wanted, whenever you wanted, whenever they wanted you? Whether they be alive or angel?"
"Then George will never be long away," He assured me. "As for Jeannie and Jeremi, their child's angel will bring them back together. The strength of their bond, well, that has yet to be determined. They both still have many, many lessons to learn along the way, how well and how quickly they learn them will create the strength of their love."
I was quiet and sat there, absorbed the beauty of the light. When I finally closed my eyes, I was back at the hospital with Jeremi. Barely any time had elapsed. I felt so peaceful.
The group session ended and Jeremi went back up to his room. The new guy sat on his bed. When Jeremi walked in the new roomie said, "Hello. My name is Ken. I need to apologize for some of the things I said to you the other night."
Jeremi went over and shook his hand. "Forget about it, man. We've all been there, believe me."
"I'm still very sorry."
"Do you want to talk?"
"Yeah, I'd really like that."
So Jeremi sat on his bed, Ken on his. They told each other their life stories. The rest of the afternoon passed and it was dinnertime. After dinner, it was visiting time again. Peter came and Jeremi told him about his release the next day.
"Dinner's on!" Peter said and hugged his brother.
"Will Jeannie be there?"
Peter motioned for Jeremi to sit down, then Peter explained to him about the conversation that he and Jeannie had had the night before. Jeremi's excitement drained and he looked as if he'd been punched in the stomach.
"Listen, Jeremi, it'll be all right. Whether she comes tomorrow night or decides to stay away, so what? Big deal. You go see her the next day and you make it up to her. You find a way. You prove to her that you love her. You find a way. But I'll still try everything in my power to get her there, I promise."
Their visit lasted a little while longer. Then Peter left. Jeremi went back to his room. He stood and looked out the window. It was the first time since he'd been told that he would be released that he was quiet. "I'm going to prove to you, Jeannie, I'm going to show you how I've changed. I want you and my child and the girls in my life. We're going to make a great family! You just wait and see." A tear streamed down his face. He stared out the window a while longer, then he laid down on the top of his bed and stared at the ceiling. He worked it all out in his head. Eventually he drifted off to sleep.
George returned after Jeremi had fallen asleep and I brought him up to speed on events, then on mine.
"I'm glad you told me what happened when you talked to Jesus today. I have to admit, I feel that way, too. After all, I've known you a lot longer than you've known me," George said to me.
He had a point. We stayed there together that night. We watched over Jeremi, hoped and prayed that all our plans would come out well the next day and that Jeremi's homecoming would be joyous for him and for Jeannie.
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