Why are we, as Jesus would often admonish his disciples, slow to have faith? We read the biblical texts, we know the stories of healing and feeding of thousands, but it seems so hard for us to believe that God can manifest God’s presence in our lives in ways that are vastly superior to what we thought or believed could be. Isn’t it true that three angels visited Father Abraham when he sat before his tent in the heat of the day and that they looked like Arabs? (1)
I’m presently reading a book called Surviving Death: A Journalist Investigates Evidence for an Afterlife by Leslie Kean. Since I already accept the premise that we survive death, the idea that reincarnation is possible and, in fact, happens all over the world—including in countries where belief in reincarnation is not the norm, like the United States—doesn’t surprise me. What does surprise me is the premise that an entire book is dedicated to having to show us, in intricate detail, the proofs that such phenomena are possible. Maybe we need to hear these truths over and over again before we can believe.
What I discuss in my books and e-books examines this issue from a vastly different perspective and takes the concept of life after death to a higher level than does the above-mentioned book (with all due respect to its author and the hard work she put into writing it, and that with great sincerity). My writings detail—in thousands of pages and hundreds of thousands of words—intentional, fourth-dimensional, planned, coordinated, intercultural, and international—physical incarnations also known as angelic manifestations. They are, to be precise, angels manifesting in human form on our planet.
If what I say is true, then God intervenes non-stop in human affairs! There is no end to which God will go to enter into relationship with us, God’s creation. Although some people balk at ‘intervention’ and an ‘interventionist’ God, I believe that this is precisely the case. But before I go on, please allow me to say that at every given moment, God respects our free will and we always have a choice as to how we react to angelic manifestations, angels who ‘thought-project’ themselves from the fourth dimension into human form within the 3D matrix in which we live. Also, most importantly perhaps, although we all see angels in disguise, recognizing them as such is an entirely different matter.
Angels at Bible Study
I must admit that I was a little surprised and perhaps even irritated when the two newcomers appeared half an hour late at Bible Study. We have a cozy, little group and this represented a change. As we conversed with them, it became clear that although they had a relationship to our church in that one of the women’s nephews worked for the church, they were from another part of town altogether and a different denomination to boot. What I didn’t realize—and this is often the case when I experience angelic manifestations—was that one of the women was my guardian angel in disguise! It took me about forty minutes or so, as we discussed Matthew 22:1-14, to realize that this was the case. I finally understood when I applied what I teach in The Truth about Angels, Part I, chapter 14, the recognition of the unifying factor, the factor that, despite the various forms my angel adopts when manifesting, allows me to know it’s them. I recognized my guardian in a form that I do not describe in my books and I was thrilled!
When the realization finally dawned, finally sank in, I understood that the discomfort that I had initially felt wasn’t because these two women were new to our group; it was, rather, because I was in the presence of holy angels of God whose forms did not correspond to my preconceived notions of what angels should look like.
An angel with a walker
One of the women—obese, with her hair dyed light pink and held by a barrette—wore thick-rimmed glasses and spoke about her health problems. She used a walker. When I did the ‘angel identification test’ which involves looking at people with my spiritual eyes rather than my physical eyes, it was clear that her ‘wings’ were much larger than what ordinary mortals display. It may come as a surprise to you, but everyone in heaven has wings. Although wings surely come in different shapes and sizes, the ones that I have the gift to see are typically either long, ‘body-hugging,’ and ‘fall downward,’ with the second type being more ‘heart shaped’ and ‘expanding outward.’ I have seen wings that are very small, too. Although I am unable to see auras, some people can and I’m sure such people would have seen much more than I did at the Bible Study.
The other woman, my guardian angel in one of their many disguises, had a medium build and short, salt-and-pepper colored hair.
The most important aspect I noticed about this manifestation was their contribution to our study: they told us that they feed 180 marginalized people per week! No small task. They also did not hesitate to speak at moments when we faltered, when we did not understand why the parable said what it did.
These two women—whom I allege were angels in disguise—even recommended a book: God Still Speaks by A.W. Tozer which discusses prevenient grace, how God is present even if we aren’t thinking about God or believing that God may be.
When I think about it, as I type these words on my keyboard, I am amazed and words do not suffice to express my gratitude for this angelic manifestation!
God bless and may you see angels,
(1) See my Facebook note, A Word Analysis.
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