Extraordinary stories of angelic appearances in the lives of ordinary people abound. Author Joan Wester Anderson brings together some of the most compelling true stories from the past five years in her latest collection, In the Arms of Angels. Whether they center on seemingly mundane events or national tragedies, the stories in this book reveal that angels accompany humans on their daily journeys and influence their lives. In a time when Ânearly every institution in which we have placed our trust has faltered and collapsed,Â these striking stories of heavenly intervention provide a glimmer of hope and a glimpse of eternity. From the harrowing account of a World Trade Center survivorÂs angelic encounter to the heartrending tale of a little boy who survives a car crash, the stories illustrate how angels are working in the world today. They encourage readers to reflect on the ÂcoincidencesÂ of their lives and see them with new eyes. In the Arms of Angels is simple evidence that, as God promised, angels intervene in human lives to offer guidance, aid, and consolation.
Joan Wester Anderson has been a freelance writer and public speaker for almost thirty years. Her fifteen books include the New York Times Bestseller Where Angels Walk (Ballantine Books, 1993) and Where Wonders Prevail (Ballantine, 1997), and she is a popular guest on radio and television talk shows. The mother of five adult children and grandmother of two, she lives in Prospect Heights, Illinois.
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