An Angel at my Shoulder (Book) by Glennyce Eckersley
They say: 'If you believe in angels Glennyce S. Eckersley's extraordinary true stories about angelic encounters will affirm your belief that angels are truly watching over us. If you don't believe in angels, you may find your non-belief wavering...This book touches the soul and opens the door to the realm where heaven and earth meet and love abounds' - Denise Linn author of Sacred Space
An Angel at My Shoulder shows angels are returning - and being acknowledged - once again. Here are true stories of countless ordinary people being rescued by angels, being comforted and healed by them, feeling their presence in the face of death - and often appearing to little children. These tales are drawn from such countries as Britain, Australia, Ireland and the United States - showing angels can be found all round the globe: helping others, often changing their lives completely.
Warm and uplifting, An Angel At My Shoulder suggests it is more than time to reconsider our view of angels, to let them back into our hectic, mechanized world and to realise we are never alone . . .
Number of Pages: 177 (Paperback)
An Angel at my Shoulder (Book) - Glennyce Eckersley
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Reviews - rated 3/5 based on customer reviews3 out of 5 By Susan DanielsThis is a fairly basic book on angels, but a good start if you’re new to the subject or are just interested in stories that involve angelic or spiritual encounters. There’s a brief chapter on ‘who are angels’ before it embarks on the numerous stories of various experiences from people all over the world. From angels seen as light or felt as a loving feeling to angels witnessed as almost physical beings there’s an experience to cover it. The book covers a wide range of stories including angels as bringers of comfort to angels seen through the eyes of a child. At the end there is a very brief chapter on ‘How to contact your guardian angel’ but it’s only five pages long, somewhat vague and if it’s this kind of information you’re looking for there are much better books on the market. However, in general it’s an inoffensive little book and very easy to read.