Inspiring true stories of angelic intervention from New York Times best-selling author of Where Angels Walk, Joan Wester Anderson. From the harrowing account of a World Trade Center survivor to the miraculous rescue during the first Gulf War, these powerful stories invite us to take another look at the "coincidences" in our lives - to open our eyes to the angels who walk beside us.
The author of more than fifteen books, Anderson is a freelance writer and speaker whose books have sold in the millions. Where Angels Walk has sold over 50,000 copies in the US and is currently being translated into Polish.
©2004 Joan Wester Anderson (P)2011 Joelle Delbourgo Associates
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Through a series of personal anectdotes, we are invited to remember we are not alone in this world. God's messengers guide and protect us until our earthly mission is over...and perhaps their work has only begun at that point. I found each story to be interesting and positive, and some of the experiences were nothing less than amazing. I have experienced four different encounters that I consider Divine Intervention through angelic assistance, so I was a true believer long ago. But I think even someone who was "undecided" would enjoy the perspective offered in this book. Great writing, pleasant, down to earth narrator. I bought a second copy for a friend who is struggling and she loved it. Enjoy.
This book is very calming. I also enjoyed the various stories. I fell asleep a few times and had to replay, the narrator does a great job reading. The book also will make you a believer if you aren't already that there are indeed Angel's.
I feel blessed and honored to have this book. The narrator spoke to my soul. Thank you Joan for amazing me again. You are a messenger for God and He is well pleased. So am I. With love and gratitude. Tenia Christian
A different narrator and a little less Christian - maybe a few more stories from those that don't have a religious bend
I think a different reader might have helped as well as the answer to the previous question.
probably not and probably not any more Joan Anderson either.
The content of the stories was interesting but the delivery and the heavy church theme weighed on me after a while.
Spiritual and Christian can be quite different - differentiating those would be helpful to the reader so we could make a better choice.
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