"Be happy with yourself, choose joy.
Perhaps it is time for you to pray more and worry less."

...the angels


How Angels Help

Trudy Griswold and Barbara Mark

Angels help us all the time. All we have to do in order to access their help is ask for it. This week we received several letters concerning the need to learn more about angels and what spiritual books we could recommend in addition to ours—Angelspeake: How to Talk with Your Angels and The Angelspeake Book of Prayer and Healing. This is an excellent opportunity to see how angels can work in your life. Here is how we do it. When we go into a bookstore, we ask our angels to lead us to the perfect book to help us depending on our need. We are then “attracted” to the proper book. The right book seems to buy us!

Barbara dislikes shopping for clothes. When she must do it, she tells her angels exactly what she is looking for as specifically as possible. She would say, “I need a red dress in the perfect size and style. Help me to find it at the first store I shop in at the lowest possible fair price.” Again, it is almost as though the dress finds her.
Trudy uses her angels in the grocery store. She asks them to help her select the freshest vegetables, the sweetest and juiciest fruit, the most tender meats, and to notice all the “sale” items. Angels are not only teachers and spiritual guides, they are also practical, everyday helpers who can ease your way through your day

Q: How do I ask my angel for help?
Angels: Just ask for it. We do the work God wants us to, so the first thing you would do is pray for what you want. Praying is asking. God sends His angels to do His will. If what is desired is complicated, like requirements for a new job, write it down. If it is a simple request, just say it out loud. Asking for parking places is often the way that a person begins to believe in us. Try saying, “Dear Angels, please help me find a parking place right down in front.” Then believe it will be there and drive right into it. It works!

Q: If I ask my angel for help, I think I am being selfish.
Angels: Would you think your child was being selfish if he asked for a drink of water or assistance with her homework? Of course not. Your child would be stating a need and you would do what you could to help him or her. We angels don’t put value judgments on your needs or what you ask for. If what you request is not going to harm you, we do our very best to bring it to you. You are our work. We were created to assist you in every way.

Faith Builder:
Ask your angels for help with something today and believe it will be sent to you.

Trudy and Barbara are sisters and authors of the best selling Angelspeake: How to Talk with Your Angels and The Angelspeake Book of Prayer and Healing (Simon & Schuster). Both were awakened by their angels and have since been teaching people all over the world how to work with their own angels. Their website is Angelspeake.com.

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