An Unexpected Visitor

Steve sent this to me on a day when I needed it most. I hope this will do the same for you.
Had an unexpected visitor this morning.
He arrived early, sat down with me and chatted for a while about how things were currently going for me in my life.   
After very carefully and compassionately listening to all that I had to say, he saw the sadness on my face and the tears in my eyes.
He stood up, walked over to me, leaned over and gently held me for a while because I was having a really bad morning.  
Then, after reassuring me not to worry, that everything would work out for me and be just fine, he asked me if I knew of anyone else that could use a visit from him.   
I immediately thought of you, my friend.  
I gave him your name and told him where you lived. He gave me another reassuring hug, thanked me, and I walked with him to my front door.
He told me he was on his way to your place….

When He gets to your PC, escort Him to the next stop.  Please don’t allow Him to sleep on your PC.  The message He is carrying is very important and needs to go around.
I asked Him to bless you and yours with peace, happiness and  abundance.
Say a prayer and then pass Him on to bless others as I sent him on to bless you. Our assignment is to spread love, respect and kindness throughout the world.
Have a blessed day and touch somebody’s life today as He has blessed and touched you.
He’s walking around the world, accompanied by Angels OnLine!  
May God Bless You and Your Family. +++

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We need God’s presence in our lives every day. On good days bless Him, On bad days yield to Him. On blessed days thank Him. On sorrowful days feel Him. He lives in us if we let Him. I know He has carried me through sorrow but He also lifts my soul in joy every day with the rise of the sun, the crash of the ocean, a smile of my granddaughter, and in the holiness of the Holy Eucharist,


Thank you for sharing this. It’s exactly what I needed, today.


This brought tears to my eyes… Wll be forwarding this on to my bff who had a crappy week. Her husband is leaving her after 20 yrs..devastating. Life is so challenging at times 🙁


Thanks Steve! Yes perspective is key…and our faith. Times get tough but we shall survive and move forward.

Polly Runke
Polly Runke

It is always good to be reminded that we are never alone.