Meeting My Angel - And Why I Switched to Decaf
Hello, my name is Abby Beal and I am the moderator for the Angel Blog. This blog is all about angels! We hope that you will share your thoughts and experiences about angels with us.
I always knew that angels existed—but didn’t really think so much about them until I was twenty-five. It was then that I was introduced to my angels.
I was getting ready for work one morning when I heard a voice say “don’t go to work!” I was very startled, because I knew I heard the voice, but it wasn’t an actual voice. I ignored it and kept getting ready. I heard it again: “don’t go to work today!” except this time two hands held me quite still so I couldn’t move. I was pretty shaken up—I decided I better drink decaf coffee that day!
Work that day was pretty routine; I was a secretary at the time. I took my lunch break and the office manager asked me to run an errand.
Driving back to the office, I turned the wheel to go into the office parking lot and as I turned the wheel—WHAM! A truck hit me from behind. My car sped through the parking lot. I knew these moments were happening in mere seconds, but they felt like a whole hour long. I could feel hands holding me across the chest as the car flew across the parking lot. My brakes weren’t working. I pulled the emergency brake and the car stopped inches before hitting the brick wall we all parked next to.
Shakily I got out of the car to survey the damage. My trunk was pretty banged up. The truck driver took one look at me getting out of the car and drove away. I could hear an ambulance siren in the distance and realized it was coming for me. People started pouring out of our office complex.
After that experience I understood with my whole heart that there were truly angels. I started taking workshops and reading books to learn more about angels, spirituality and metaphysics.
Well, that is my first angel story. I am sure you have some angel stories too. When did you meet your angels?
By maylin, Tuesday, June 24, 2008 10:21:15 PM
I agree Green. God will always save us and keep us away from harm. that is why He is called our Saviour and protector. He never leaves. He will always be there watching and guiding us. He loves us because we are His children.
By Melvin, Tuesday, June 24, 2008 09:23:08 PM
Yeah, but most of the times people who are in grave danger are not saved and I wonder why. I mean sometimes I see great people die and for me I just can't accept it to myself. Yes, you can say God has a plan but sometimes saying it is very easy but understanding it is very hard.
By Green, Tuesday, June 24, 2008 08:23:35 AM
What an inspiring story! And like Crystal also said, I do believe it is usually the work of God being done by his angels. Its is amazing how people sometimes get saved out of very deadly situations. It just shows that there is a God up there and he really does look after us and loves us very much.
By maylin, Monday, June 23, 2008 11:23:54 PM
Yeah i agree with Melvin. Thank you Crystal for sharing a lot of inspiring stories. i know that many readers like me and Melvin have been inspired by your stories. and these stories will change my life. thank you again and God bless.=)
By Crystal, Monday, June 23, 2008 10:11:10 AM
In a lot of ways, I think that these things were sent by God through a messenger of His. She had to SEE it to react so quickly, and it saved their lives. I think that there are times that angels speak to us, and times that they show us things, and times when they act on our behalf. Depending on the circumstance and God's will.
By Melvin, Monday, June 23, 2008 08:06:35 AM
Now that I hear a lot of inspiring stories hear, I just wonder what if I'm like Crystal's mom or maybe other inspiring stories by other people here. It could have had made me more mature and strong. And this is something that I think I will treasure forever.
By maylin, Monday, June 23, 2008 04:31:26 AM
Wow, another great and inspiring story Crystal. Thank you for those stories that you have shared. it will really help a lot of people to believe and always ask help from God. we should not ignore signs or our intuitions. believing is really a big help to us.
By Melvin, Sunday, June 22, 2008 09:28:16 PM
Great and inspiring story Crystal. I believe slightly in premonitions but have never based everything through it. Your mom is courageous, she had still kept her composure even though she was in great danger. I'm glad that she has survived that incident.
By Crystal, Saturday, June 21, 2008 03:46:12 PM
Thanks, Maylin. I have another one to share that I just heard. My mom called me and told me that my sister left there house the other day with her 2 boys, and as she was about to go around a very sharp turn in the road, she actually saw herself in a head on collision with a green car right there. She said it was so real that she pulled off the road right then, and was shaking really bad. Just a few seconds later, a green car came flying around that corner. One of our cousins that drinks really bad was driving it and she said that he was fighting to get it under control and that he was all over the road. HE flew right past her and she said that she had never believed in premonitions before but that she did now. She really felt like she was shown in that instant before what was about to happen, and that if she hadn't heeded it and pulled over, her and the boys may have been killed.
By maylin, Friday, June 20, 2008 11:30:48 PM
This article is very inspiring. It has a big lesson. I think that we should not neglect our intuitions. Because that intuition might be the message that our angels want us to realize. angels will protect us from harm and in this story, your angel wanted to keep you from harm but you didn't listen. well, i think this is a big lesson to us.
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