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Angels From Heaven. Part 2 . Saint Micheal came to visit us.

Updated on June 12, 2015

Tuesday, September 18, 2012



As we sat at our kitchen table, Joann, and, I, and Becky, I spoke to Saint Micheal. Did you know he is a ranking officer in Heaven, that took the time to drop by.

" How are you folks doing," asked Micheal."

Joann did not have much to say . She was trying to force our toaster to work by pressing hard on the lever in, and effort to force the bread down.

I decided to say something to him. I said we are doing just fine. In fact we are doing so well that we feel like climbing tree tops to scream in utter joy.

I asked him how was God doing . He said, " God is doing fine. God makes his days the way he wants them to be , so he never has blue moments ."

I asked the saint if he would like some coffee , and some of our home made donuts.

"Did you make donuts?" he asked.

I replied by saying " Well not exactly. It takes me some time to do that, but I can if you desire them."

Saint Micheal took the coffee, and smiled. He said, " That was unkind of you to offer me something you did not have."

That is when I told him that I was not in my best mood .

Becky asked, " Daddy I want some more of those toasters from the store."

Joann said Becky enjoys them.

I asked Saint Micheal if he would like to try one."

He tasted , and enjoyed a strawberry flavored one.

I asked him if it would be O.K. if I named a shop after a saint. He said, " Sure you can, and Heaven can use more advertisement."

The saint departed . He was invited to return.




God Bless Everyone.




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      stars439 

      6 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Dear BlossomSB : Thank you dear heart for writing. St. Micheal's would be fine name for a shop. I have so many drawings of the Mother of God that I was thinking of making prints, and signing them, and framing them. I don't know if I have the energy to get started. I thought about drawing a super large picture of Saint Mary on Plywood, and putting it on the front of the house. I do not know if I have the will to get started. I have been feeling sort of down. I have been in moods lately. I also think my problem involving walking does not help either. Sometimes I feel overwhelmed by things I hesitate to tackle. God Bless you precious heart.

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      Bronwen Scott-Branagan 

      6 years ago from Victoria, Australia

      Are you going to call your shop 'St. Michael's'? That sounds like a great name. Michael means, 'One who is like God.'

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