A few days ago when I wrote the blog, Ned is an Angel, a new blogging friend asked me how I know my angels are around me. That’s a very good question, and I even asked it myself one day a few years ago. I was recovering from a difficult chemo day, and not too sure of any angels at that point.
A Hay House Radio program was playing on my computer, and I sat back to listen when I heard the word “angel”.
A caller asked, “How do I know my angels are around me?”
The response was, “Ask them for a gift.” That surprised me a little, but then I said to myself, why not?
Feeling a little ridiculous, I nevertheless had the nerve to ask, “Okay, Angels, may I please have a gift?”
I actually voiced it aloud!
I listened to the program for a while longer, but finally gave in to the feeling of fatigue that chemotherapy treatments are famous for, and fell asleep.
The telephone woke me up a few hours later. It was my friend, and former boss at the Canadian Bible Society Book Store, calling to see how I was doing. I had often talked to Betty about my dreams, and how I tried to interpret them.
Now, she told me of a new book that had just arrived at the store, which she was sure I would be interested in: “Dream Language…The prophetic power of dreams, revelations, and the spirit of wisdom” by James W. and Michal Ann Goll.
Of course I was interested! I asked Betty to hold me a copy and I’d come in and buy it on one of my better days.
Her next words blew me away — “I am holding it for you, and when you are ready, come in and pick up your gift.”
I hung up the phone, smiling, and said, “Thank you, Angels.”
It was a one-time occurrence; I never asked for a gift again.
So, Laurie, that’s how I know my angels are all around me.