Saturday, December 19, 2009

Call on your Guardian Angel.....December 19

If you should be in any danger,
of soul or body;
call on your Guardian Angel;
and I assure you that he will help you and free you.

St. John Bosco

Posting an early Christmas wish.
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Anonymous said...

Beautiful! There is no message that could have been better than that (for me) today! I will be forever grateful!

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas! Here are some beautiful Christmas ecards for you.

Christmas Choir
Jingle Bell


Micki said...

Anonymous - I'm filled with thanksgiving that you were guided here today to receive this message that touched you. I like to think your guardian angel made sure you stopped by today. Thank you for sharing this.

M - Thank you for sharing this site. I watched all the cards, it's got something for everyone.
Too bad it costs ten dollars to join. The messages available are
nice though.

Anonymous said...

This card and the child pictured as an Angel is so precious! I also love the photographers touch by having a lamb also included. Just as Jesus came into the world as a little baby, He left as the Lamb of God to be slain for the Salvation of the World. Interesting how these two images portray the Begining and the End, just as Jesus says, "I am the Alpha and the Omega.

May each of us learn to become as little children so that our faith in Jesus will be innocent and TRUSTING. How often do I have difficulty in trusting Jesus when I should above ALL else! I hope everyone had a nice Saturday and will have Holy Sunday!

Micki, in your charity, would you please continue to keep my personal intention in your prayers? Thank you and God Bless! John K.

Gardenia said...

the guardian angel as a child, and the lamb. that's beauiful.

Micki said...

John K. - Of course I will keep you in prayer. I ask others to also lift your attention up to Him.

Gardenia - So easy to relate to a child isn't it?

Anonymous said...

The picture grabbed me. Then the words, which I read first in silence. I read them out loud, and began to weep before I could finish. Help is so near; I am the only one guilty of keeping it at a distance and in the realm of the impossible.

Micki said...

Anonymous - You state such a truth. I've always loved the thought about someone feeling like God left them and then the question is ask, "but who moved away?"