Angels in Our Lives: Everything You've Always Wanted to Know about Angels and How They Affect Your Life

Angels in Our Lives: Everything You've Always Wanted to Know about Angels and How They Affect Your Life

by Marie Chapian
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Angels in Our Lives: Everything You've Always Wanted to Know about Angels and How They Affect Your Life 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The author repeats what is in the bible over and over again. She cites different evangelists, preachers, ministers, or whatever they're called I'm guessing to get them to read her book and give her a good review. The author went of on tangents and was all over the place. I'm guessing to make the book longer. She started making me feel uncomfortable when she stated "the Presence of God lives in me as I press into Him, hungry for intimacy with him." She makes it sound sexual. The author mostly preached about God and Jesus in this book. And constantly reminded us how she walks and talks with Jesus everyday and is lifted into the heavenlies with Him. She said she quit work to be with him for 3 years both night and day. So who paid her bills and brought her food during that time? She seemed to be bragging that she is always with Him. So why does she always cry when He shows her something? At times I felt the author needed to spend some time in a psychiatric ward. Especially when she says one time when she was with God the earth and animals were praising God and a tree spoke to her. The tree said "we have no voices yet." So then how was it talking to her? I started praying for strength to finish reading this book. I just wish this book was about angels (that's why I bought it) and not just repeats of what the Bible says about angels with a bunch of filler of unrelated topics. I learned more about angels from the internet than I did from this book. The author just seemed more interested in tooting her own horn and patting herself on the back for being such a wonderful woman of God.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"Hmm...who to be, who to be. That is the tricky part."