Yes, angels are real. They are not the product of your imagination.
Dr. Graham lifts the veil between the visible and the invisible world to give us an eye-opening account of these behind-the-scenes agents. This best-selling classic (with more than 750k copies in print) records the experiences of Dr. Graham and others who are convinced that at moments of special need they have been attended by angels. With keen insight and conviction, Dr. Graham affirms that:God's invisible hosts are better organized than any of the armies of man—or Satan.Angels "think, feel, will, and display emotions."Angels guide, comfort, and provide for people in the midst of suffering and persecution.At death, the faithful will be ushered by angels into the presence of God.
“If we had open spiritual eyes we would see not only a world filled with evil spirits and powers—but also powerful angels with drawn swords, set for our defense.” —Billy Graham
To the Cherokee who raised her she was "Wanders Lost," a white orphan in a land ravaged by revolution. To the Moravains of Salem, North Carolina, she was Mary Margaretha, a spirited young woman barely civilized by her years among their prim sisters. To rugged Jacob Blum she was Retha, his new bride, a blazing beauty who stirred his blood.
Drawn by a passion that matched Jacob's own, Retha wanted nothing more than to be a loving wife. Yet before she could completely give herself to Jacob, she had to overcome the ghost of her mysterious past, a past whose memories made her tremble at the very touch she so deeply craved.
Determined to succeed, Nicholas Blum leaves his beloved family to work for a shopkeeper in Pennsylvania. His stay won't be long, though, for once he proves himself he plans to return to his beloved North Carolina Moravian community to marry the golden sweetheart he's entrusted to his younger brother's care.
The last thing Nicholas wants is a female taskmaster who bosses him by day and invades his dreams at night—no matter how lovely petite Abbigall Till may be. And Abbigail, the shop owner's spinster daughter, certainly doesn't need a big attractive man like Nicholas upsetting her shop and wreaking havoc with her heart.
Then Nicholas gets some shocking news—his intended bride is to marry someone else. As he races home to stop the wedding, Nicholas is haunted by thoughts of the sweet, stubborn wren he's left behind. Abbigail too feels an aching despair over losing the man she belatedly realizes she loves. Will the strength of their love survive, or has their only chance at happiness been stolen forever?