Sunday, July 31, 2016

A Call for Prayers: An Angel Message

"For He shall give His angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways."
     Psalm 91:11
This evening I was guided to read a few beautiful passages about the angels that I want to share with you.  It's so important not to lose faith at this time of great transformation.  The more we choose to stay focused on the spiritual side of life, the unseen, the more light can shine out into the darkness illuminating our "footsteps" back home.

In her best seller, Embraced by the Light, Betty J. Eadie wrote about her two near death experiences; one as a child and the other at age of 31 while hospitalized for an operation.  Betty's second account includes a beautiful description of seeing different angels. She saw angels answering prayer.  The prayers of humans were rising like beams of light, and the spiritual beings were rushing to answer them.  She witnessed the great joy in which they did their work.  The prayers said with faith and intensity were answered first.  She saw how elimination of doubt freed prayers to bear fruit.  Betty heard pure voices and glorious music.

In Heaven, light was not reflected; it came from within the objects.  She saw beautiful and loving people weaving on ancient looking looms.  They seemed to be making cloth that shimmered and sparkled,  "like a mixture of spun glass and spun sugar."  There were also "living" waters and plants that seemed to sway to a subtle, but unforgettable music, praising God. 

 "When the heavens scrolled back," Betty said, "I saw earth with its billions of people on it.  I saw them scrambling for existence, making mistakes, experiencing kindness, finding love, grieving for death, and I saw angels hovering above them."

I am so thankful to Betty for sharing her powerful experiences about heaven and the angels.  It's comforting to know that no matter what we are facing, we are not alone, God has sent his angels to be with us, to comfort, protect and direct our path.  Our gratitude goes out to these tireless companions who serve with infinite love.
Love and peace to you, 

Rae Karen