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Launched by the publishers of Guideposts magazine, Angels on Earth is a religious publication that is written to honor the faith-affirming existence of angels among us. Each issue is filled with inspiring stories of the mysterious and unexplainable experiences that American people have had with the spiritual world. The articles in Angels on Earth discuss real-life experiences with cured disease and averted tragedy justified by the involvement of our angels. Angels on Earth intrigues the mind and pulls at the strings of your heart. This publication communicates the shining light that emanates in those who accept and believe in the acts of angels partaking in occurrences on Earth.
There are days I fight depression and when having a particularly bad day, I will grab my Angels On Earth magazine (it doesn't matter the date or month), reading the words and stories help me to relax and know there are Angels who care about me. A wonderful magazine that I wish everyone had access to.
Angels On Earth Magazine is an excellent, inspirational source for anyone trying to find their way in life. It publishes many amazing stories about real people who've personally experienced direct contact with angels. It doesn't matter if you believe in them or not when you first pick up this magazine, because by the time you've finished it's last page, you'll wonder how you ever doubted the existence of angels at all!
I've been hoping for a publication like this for some time now. I can hardly wait for my first magazine to arrive. Thank you for this wonderful offer.
Angels are for dreaming;
Angels only go
Where imagination takes them.
They're not real, you know.
But then in days of hardship --
We have so far to go --
That still, small voice that placates us
Might be an angel though.
And when we lose our bearings,
And our hands we upward throw,
The star that steers us homeward
Could be an angel's glow.
When we're on our knees to pray
For healing from above,
Don't you think that just maybe
We evoke an angel's love?
Take a morning sunrise,
Replete with yellow-gold,
It could be an angel band,
Their wings starting to unfold.
When we observe new-born life,
Though that new-born cries,
It seems to possess an angelic smile,
And most certainly angel eyes.
Angels are forever,
Angels on the wing,
And often angels gather
Where you hear a church bell ring.
I love this magazine, the stories in here are awesome.