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Proof of Angels: The Definitive Book on the Reality of Angels and the…

by Ptolemy Tompkins

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The author relies on opinion and a single incident to focus on the premise that our real world, may not be the reality we see. The notion that angels exist -- in some form or another -- and regularly take part in our lives falls to the individual perceptive enough to understand. Reliance on faith is key. Believing in the theory that angels are amongst us takes a keen eye and observance and openness to the small unexplained incidents that may be left to coincidence or circumstance. All things happen for a reason. Though we may not be able to understand the reasoning of all things we experience, we can take comfort in trusting -- believing with faith -- that things happen for reasons we don't yet understand. I'm sure many of us have had life events that beg the question; "why was I so lucky" or "why did this happen to me"? You can be open to the goodness of things no matter the ugliness of things, by keeping an open mind and faith in purpose. ( )
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In March 2015, millions worldwide were captivated by the dramatic rescue of Lily Groesbeck, an eighteen-month-old girl who'd somehow survived fourteen hours in an overturned car that was partially submerged in an icy-cold Utah river after her mother lost control of the vehicle. The four responding officers heard a voice: "Please hurry, there isn't much time." They assumed it was Lily's mother who was still trapped inside. Once the two victims were recovered, the officers realized their mistake--her mother had been killed on impact. The officers all wondered the same thing: What was that voice? --Publisher.… (more)

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