That's what happened at Mission Nombre de Dios in St. Augustine last week. A thunderstorm was brewing when Elliot and I arrived, so we decided to wait it out in the parking lot rather than drive back to the hotel. After a torrential downpour, and some heavenly rumblings, the sky cleared and we were able to go inside the Mission museum.
A seat was waiting at the far end with a spectacular view. While taking a photo with my cellphone, I was surprised to see the reflection of the cross on the cloudy museum windowpane. It made an unforgettable picture. A giant window appeared in the sky with a view of the giant cross.
With all of the adversity happening now, I don't know anyone who isn't carrying a cross of some kind. It could be a failing relationship, a health issue, or a financial set back. Whatever it may be, it is comforting to know there is more happening in the unseen realm than we realize.
It did seem to me as though God's angels were revealing a gigantic hidden window on the world, a window of faith, where blessings will pour forth.
Angels are with us to help and to guide, to protect and to comfort. Our trials are gifts to help us grow and come up higher in consciousness, to be all that we can be. I was so thankful for the message that came through the storm. A message of trust and faith and gratitude for each passing moment, and to expect good for God is ever present.
Enjoy your day with the Angels.
Love and joyful blessings,