Guardian angels. Divine messengers. Fiery spirits. Winged cherubim. The realm where these beings live is invisible to us. Most of the time, so are the angels themselves. So how do we know they're real How can we be sure they're there And what do we really know about them
Angels: a 90-Day Devotional about God's Messengers explores over one hundred Bible passages in which angels make an appearance. In addition, there are Q and As, myths busters, hymns, Bible story retellings, pop culture references, and trivia that help you sort fact from fiction.
So spend the next ninety days really exploring the world of angels, and learn more about what is taking place all around you.
Let me talk about my experience as a cancer survivor. Physically and mentally I have been to places you don't ever want to visit. I have stood at the edge and stared into a dark void. Yet I have Dignity Spirit and Courage.
Since the year 2002, is when my illnesses started. I have colitis, lupus, and dead lunate bone in my wrist and now have no bones in my right wrist. I had skin cancers, fibromyalgia osteoporosis, spinal stenosis, herniated discs, and renal failure. In 2008, I heard the words I never wanted to hear, you have breast cancer. Life is what you make it. I am making mine a good one, filled with happiness, smiles and love.
You are more than welcome to come and join me.
The sketches included in this entertaining volume deal with high personages and problems some of celestial preeminence from an unusual angle. Each presents a theme august enough to engage the serious attention of the philosopher or theologian, but handled in a dramatic form which, infused with humour and a penetrating irony, renders them no less attractive and stimulating to the general reader. Apart from the intrinsic interest of its contents, Angels and Ministers of Grace will appeal to those who appreciate a lucid and graceful literary style.