Do you believe?

The following article was originally posted by calensariel. It made such a powerful impact on me that I wanted to share it with my readers. I hope that you enjoy this, the first “guest post” on my Eclectic Spirituality blog. I encourage you to subscribe to calensariel’s blog for more thoughtful spiritual reflections.

Impromptu Promptlings

Have been over to Denzil Walton’s blog Life Sentences reading his Sunday Supplement post. He reblogged a post about discovering angels in your life. It resonated with me because I’ve had exactly the kind of experience he described in his first paragraph. He said,

All of us probably have stories where a complete stranger seemed to appear at just the right time to prevent an accident, help us make the right decision, find something that was lost etc. etc.

One afternoon fifteen years ago or so I was on the interstate on my way home from work in March or April. The weather was beautiful. The snow was melting, the roads were clear. It was no where near rush hour so there wasn’t a lot of traffic. I was just tooling along listening to the radio when I came round a bend in the highway and a huge gray…

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2 thoughts on “Do you believe?

  1. Judie Sigdel

    You’re welcome, calensariel! Beautifully said. And it’s a good reminder that sometimes — often times — humans act on behalf of angels. And we’re only hurting ourselves if we make a cursory judgement and reject their help.

    One day, I was walking to the subway. The sidewalk was a sheet of ice and I was terrified of falling. I was shuffling along very slowly and I prayed for an angel to help me. Suddenly, a very large black man appeared next to me and said, “You look like you could use some help.” He offered me his arm and patiently helped me to the subway. I told him that I had been praying for an angel and he just smiled.


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