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Angels Came For Esha

 

My sister and I were always close, being only 2 years apart we grew up like best friends. When she was about 14, after many illnesses, they found she had Lupus Nephritis and damage had already begun on her kidneys. She spent most of her life in the hospitals, doctor's offices and in later years - on the dialysis machines. Her life was not a good life. Having very poor health, she had few good times.

But as I mentioned, being close and more like friends than sisters - we shared many laughs and late night giggles. I always told her when the time came for a kidney transplant I would donate as I knew I was a match. This was not to be... In 1998 I was also diagnosed with Lupus and unable to donate any organs what - so - ever. We can not even donate blood!

She had a failed kidney transplant years before from our brother... So her time was running out and her health was getting worse. Over the next few years she was spending more time in the hospital and less at home. She questioned her faith and God. During one stay in the hospital she was there 3 long months and they told us she would not be coming home. They basically left her in a room to die.

We became angry and fought with hospital staff to move her to another floor and work with her as she lay unconscious. After much effort and some bullying from me and my mother - the staff got on it and my sister finally came around and healed! She got out of the hospital, then to a home to do therapy to learn how to walk again and get strength... Then back home - her real home - with us. She joined church again and became very involved and a huge inspiration to many! I think it was God's way of giving her a "second chance" of finding Him. And she did!

That was in 2003.

In 2006 she began getting staph infections again, more hospitalizations. Feb of 2007 she could hardly hold her own head up and was admitted once again into the hospital - ICU again. She was totally unresponsive and I knew my sister Lisa... Or "sissy Esha" and I affectionately called her was not coming home this time. She hung on for two days and we called our Pastor. The Pastor, my Mother and I waited with my sister all day as we felt compelled to be there with her - and not leave her side. I was losing my best friend.

As hours passed, at one point I sat on the chair and was looking at my sister, then to the floor... Something "told" me to look out into the hallway... As I did I saw THE most beautiful, brilliant, illuminating light, in at least two presences, if not three - tall and SO bright coming into her hospital room. NEVER in my life have I ever witnessed anything like this and I feel so honored and blessed to have seen this. I was in awe and said nothing to my Mother until about one week after we buried Lisa.

I just didn't feel it was the right time as she laid dying to talk of their arrival... I felt it was my privilege seeing them and watched them enter and "float" to my sister's bedside. Tears streamed down my face, it was confirmed now that she was not alone.

You know, no matter how strong your faith is, no matter how much you believe - when you lose someone so close to your heart, you tend to question in your mind "what if". But after seeing the Angels come for Lisa, I KNOW now for sure, God's word is true and pure... I mean I knew before! But it really shakes things up for you!

There's no doubt in my mind what I saw, that I DID see them and that they WERE Angels. I "feel" spirits all the time, but have never been blessed with being able to see them. This was one of the most precious gifts God ever gave to me, the peace of mind that my sister was leaving us in His Angels arms! How awesome is our God?!

I have had many spiritual experiences in my life - but this one is truly my FAVORITE and most dear to my heart! I hope sharing this gives others stronger faith and hope.

Thanks you for reading! Susan Maurer - Pennsylvannia

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Nefertiti (guest)
 
11 years ago (2009-08-13)
Yes, our God is Awesome!
When my granma past away, minutes before she said she has seen her 3 years old daughter (died of cancer) wait sit on her bed and smiling her and trying to hug her. The same my granpa the day he past away he was particulary happy and he said:"There are my wife and my daughter here, they came to visit me?" It's incredible and wonderful how God help us to do not be afraid!
Lupiebin (1 stories) (9 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-07-09)
Dear Mystical2-isn't it AMAZING what happens as our bodies prepare to cross over?
I can't help but wonder if anyone besides that little boy saw "the man" reaching for him in that room the night he died? Some people are afraid to voice their stories.
I have actually heard simular stories of people sitting up in bed right before passing away, talking of people there to greet them and help them cross over. It is SO comforting and assuring to know God's word is true and we move on to better things. And we DO NOT go alone! Our God is an AWESOME God!
Thanks for sharing!
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-07-01)
Lupiebin,
My kids babysitter use to watch a young boy also. He was a very sweet child. He had cancer. He held on for so long for his mother. He worried about her and fought for his life for her. Everyone knew when the time had come. He was surrounded by people who loved him right up until the end. Laying in bed, he quickly sat straight up, held his hand out into the air, then told everyone it was time and a man was here for him holding his hand out to him. Then he fell back and passed on. Tears came to my eyes as I was told about this. I will always remember his smiling little face. But I do know, at least, he is truely home, surrounded by love.
Thank you for sharing your amazing story. Sad, but uplifting as well.
Lupiebin (1 stories) (9 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-29)
Thank you,Carrotred, for reading the post and it makes me SO grateful that you have gained even more faith and spiritual awareness from it.
It's what it's all about, isn't it? Sharing our experiences and proclaiming the word.
Again, I could never put into words what I felt that night and saw-it wouldn't justify it by any means. But I can only say I have seen a glimpse of His love and glory and only hope to share it all!
WHAT AN AWESOME GOD!
Best wishes to you and to all on this site!-Sue
Carrotred (1 stories) (17 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-28)
Beautiful story! As I read the part about the angels I felt a great happeniness engulf me. Reading this has given me even more faith.

Thank you.

All the best - Carrotred
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-25)
Mysti - tried to envision loosing one of my three children. It's a tough thing. Mostly there is doubt and blame. What if I had kept him in baseball - would his health, reflexes, whatever, have been better. Things happen they way they should. Let it go. Regardless, they (things suppose to happen) will anyway. I hope he gets better.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-25)
Mysti - Tumors on the brain are bad - and we have to accept it. Sorry. Some people fly early it seems, but I will pray. Just be prepared. Wish no young people moved on, or older ones, but it happens. Actually it's very fun in an odd way - the transition. Weightless. Mostly the families and friends suffer so I feel bad for you and the family. That's the real hard part. That is very sad. Heartbreaking. We miss them. That's not selfish, just human. But, someday, I hope there is contact. It will be limited though - for whatever reason. Living gun-ho is good here. I know you don't like boring and rest. Do it anyway. Sometimes we really hear the best this way. Be mellow. No matter what. The world presents us with stresses, but honestly, that otherworld can be more so. It kind of messes up our vision of the order of things. You know this though. Growing older is not an accident; it's a growth. It's a little fascinating and odd. People hussle and wait on you more. It seems odd to me, but it's okay. I got carded the other day. That was just weird. Really, I want people to recognize my years.
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-25)
Glenda,
I guess my searching comes from my stubborness. I put my mind on something and am determined. All my life I've seen and heard things, and just moved on never questioning why or how. I just knew I knew period. As I've gotten older, I started questioning. Just found out not long ago we get our information from the spirit world. Now that my son is starting, I feel I have to have "some" answers. He is asking me questions I never would have asked when I was young. Rest is good at times, but boring too. From my pain, I get much of that.
I just found a picture of my youngest at christmas time. He was almost 4 at the time. There is an orb and he is looking down directly at it smiling.
Since the little girl is so young, her scar should heal fairly good. After it heals, there is a scar cream on the shelves that works pretty good, making the scar more unnoticeable.
Remember the little boy I told you about? He had a tumor on his brain. He is my son's friend. Maybe you can help pray for him? He is not doing well. I haven't been getting good things on this either. I pray for a miracle. Thanks for your help Glenda.
Talk to you later.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-24)
Did anyone else see Imus on CNN? Is he senile or just mean and nasty? When I see people, they seem good, bad, or teetering somewhere. Shouldn't we be beyond on this issue? It is very sad to me.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-24)
Mysti - stop challenging and look for mellow. Take a break. You are such a searcher. Rest isn't bad. This child is really embarrassed and dealing with a scar. People around her carry on. It upsets her. I asked her if she hurt the horse's hoof at church. She danced around, the old Ella, and told me, definitely, that a horse hoof was stronger than a face or head. Very cute. Then she sang a little, a ham bone, but the mom laughed and looked a little relieved. Since moms know, I took this as a good sign. She might have a scar though, and not a tiny one.
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-23)
Glenda,
Glad to hear the 5yr old is doing well. For a head injury, they sure do release people from the hospitals early now. Amazing how children just bounce back like nothing happened.
Horses can be dangerous. My mother raised around horses. They ended up putting them all down because they got an illness making them mad. ONe left my mother in the middle of a shallow lake, while her friend was riden through a hedge of sticker bushes on purpose... Me and a friend helped take care of race horses once. We tried getting the horse to get on the trailer but he refused. He ended up stepping on my friend's foot and stood on it. Surprised the horse didn't break her foot.
I recently read a book, "Dear God! What's Happening To Us"? Little on odd side, but what isn't. She has a 6th sense as well. She went through what they call "psychic attacks" severly, but one day made it through pain free.
been quiet around here again lately. It is sooo strange. Talk to you soon!
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-22)
My 5 year old friend is out now, recently. She has a plate in her skull and a broken nose. The horse kicked her face. But, she is doing great - playing. Mostly she wants church tomorrow to see her friends. Her parents are pooped.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-22)
Mysti - watched a show on the history channel. Interesting. As things change, people, there is that conflict with change and adaptation. Some don't make it. I plan to make it. Pain I can deal with - had three children without pain meds so able to ignore it quite a bit. Feeling helpless, not saying anything because it seems odd, or I'm not sure, bugs me. It might take a week or day, but it makes sense soon. So, I have decided to concentrate on what I want for a change. In the end, perhaps that should matter. Pain is odd and complicated. Originally it is meant to warn us that fire burns. Now we get sensitive to it. Life is meant to have a certain amount for everyone in some form or another. Ignoring it is easier.
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-20)
Glenda,
I think some people just don't know or understand how to take other people at times. Maybe because they don't feel secure about themselves yet. Don't take it personal. Be yourself, which is important. I don't know your relationship to the other person, but if close, I would be angry as well. Have you talked to them yet? Maybe with everything going on, they just were not thinking clearly? I once took my son to the hospital and didn't notify anyone, not because I didn't care but because I was worried and couldn't think of anything else then. My mother was upset with me then.
This is a good place. A place where we can learn from each other. We all have such different experiences and have some that are simular with different outcomes. Sometimes it is good to compare. I've started to search so much later in life than others. Technology has made it possible. If I'de known what I do now, things might have been different. I never really dwelled on it when I was younger. Just went with the flow and got what I got and tried to deal with it alone as best as I could. Had one friend that liked to listen and she still listens today. I really didn't know there were so many others who have experienced the so called "unknown".
Hope you've heard better news about the child. I don't like to hear about children hurting. Sad.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-20)
Mysti - just learn here. It's a school. Perhaps that demotes us, but I listen to the news and laugh.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-20)
A little, I'm angry and not at the child - I had to hear this through the grapevine. That bothers me. I know that I intimidate people without meaning to but it seems mean. Fine, people are that way and I'm the old, kinder and moral generation. Live with it is my best advice. My hubby laughs sometimes at my stuff because it words. But I like being nice and sensitive actually. Perhaps that's a wrong decision. Thinking. Just do your own thing and figure it out. This is a type school is my feeling.
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-20)
Glenda,
I pray everything works out fine for the 5 year old. Hope you and your husband are okay as well. Sorry to hear such sad news.
I will pray for you all, especially the child. Hold strong and pray. Let me know how you all are doing when the time is right. God Bless.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-20)
Mysti - first, I apologize to Life because I'm upset about a 5 year old in the hospital. The hubby just called and it's upsetting. Second, "sensitive" people are named that because we are perhaps. Basically, I'm older and over the pleading stuff. It's now about my personal stuff. Learn this early. It has been nice to come here and learn about flying. Thanks a lot.
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-20)
Glenda,
What somewhat confuses me is we know things... We want to help others because we do know, but yet we can't help everyone because of trust factors. I mean, will they even listen to us anyway? Had few that didn't and in the end it was tragic. I normally try to pick and choose relying on my instincts. At times I want to plead with others to not do something and try to find other words that are not so out front. Doesn't always work either. I at times struggle to watch the end results because I know. It's not always so easy. I just try to have faith that some day things will work the right way and in the end it goes well. 😊
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-20)
Mysti - In the other realm, years are nothing. "sigh" None of this seems important except reaching other people. That's a little odd. Because of how I am, I've tended to shut myself off some and be protective. I'm not an open person so maybe need to stretch. Deal with life here. I know you see, to some extent, the other world, the perfect one. Einstein wrote that it can get us in trouble. He probably flew. I scare people which is not great, and bugged me with college professors. That's not a great feeling either. Listen and focus on what you want. Aim high and settle for what you get. We don't all get vomit jets or flying, but we can try. Speak what you want. If it's a career or a 6'2, eyes of blue guy, say it. Mostly, be patient. We are just people, but that other place hears. You will grow into yourself. My younger years were challenging also and I always knew that I was different. I kept telling them not to vote me for stuff. It's hard a little to be low key.
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-20)
glenda,
Hi again. I hope you find a job that interest's you. Makes the day better.
Was always a person with a smile on my face before pain started. I hope this woman can help me. Doctors have not.
Don't know what happened or understand, but my guy told me I should tell doctor about pain and abilities. Of course, he would back me up. Thought, why would I even consider that. Now I know there is a lady that works there who sort of transfers energy. Didn't know what she was doing at the time and thought it was a waste of money. So they do have some knowledge about energy and pain. Last time there, I wasn't planning on saying anything, but when there felt the need. Strange. Come to find out there is another woman coming in to same office claiming she has these abilities and she wonders about her pain as well because doctors can't help her either. After I see this other woman (outside the office) and if it helps, they want to see if the other patient will agree to meet me so she can get the same help as well. Left that office that day thinking.
Life works in weird ways at times.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-19)
hey Mysti - Thanks for the post. We are alike and different. Sorry, never been depressed in my life. Playing spades on another screen and goofing at the house. I don't know about ghosts and such. They fascinate me though. I just know we have to find us. I'm still being patient and looking. Even confronting my daughter, and I got up at 3:30 this morning to do it because Hawaii is 6 hours ealier now, I don't go to the depression thing. I like flowers and being happy, me. Soon, I'll have to take a job if one is offered. Dread it and love it and not sure what to do. It seems things turn and switch paths a lot. I had just gotten use to voyages when this happened, again, the parent stuff. It's odd. Didn't plan to ever go there, but suprise, guess I will. If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans. That's my favorite quote.
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-19)
glenda,
Hi. I'm glad you got to see your father again. Listen to what he tells you. It feels good to know our loved ones watch over us and are still around to help at times. Many years ago, my grandfather contacted me and all I heard him say is he needed me to tell my mother something. I was afraid then and never got the rest of what he needed to tell me. The church I was going to then put fear in me. I try to listen to my own feelings now on truth. I think I did mess up this time though. I was too jumpy and didn't feel my surroundings out real well before going forward. I saw my grandmother before this mess started in my house. I didn't fear her though. (please do not fear your father from my one experience). I think I already told you some of this. See, I knew from my mother that my grandmother did not pass over when she died many years ago before I was born. My mother married to leave the house because she could not handle hearing the moaning throughout the house after her death. My grandfather left shortly after my mother left as well. I never met my grandmother, she died before I was born. (this will all be in my next story). I thought my depression started this episode, but now I wonder. I saw her and followed her. She was surprised I could see her. I told her she was beautiful and told her to wait we have not talked. She kept walking and told me she had to go and she would see me soon. Then she melted like wax. Never seen anything like it. I stood and watched and still no fear. I'm learning from these people whom are helping me that she may have had something with her (not good). The only good outcome of this is we may be able to move her on.
I am still learning and hope I can help others just from the experiences I've had just as you do. Some go through horrible experiences, mainly because of fear and not a lot of faith. And some are not always explainable. Not saying I'm not never afraid. I have truely had my moments. Even now I try to keep everyones emotions in check in our house so things truely do not progress. It is working. Small things happening. It could be much worse. But we learn through our experiences and sometimes I feel some of these experiences are meant to be. It progresses us to new things.
Like edmund said, be patient. I notice things always seem to come in spurts and when your not looking. STrange how that works. Talk to you soon.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-19)
Mysti - We learn from mistakes. I hate making them, but mess up a lot. Sometimes on purpose because I just refuse to learn. Well, then we kick ourselves and that's very hurtful. Stop it. Accept your mess-ups and move on. I'm the queen of mess-ups and kicking myself, but FINALLY learning despite myself. This site helps. There are so many helpful people here. You're one of them.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-19)
Mysti - Funny you should bring up snakes actually. Lately, I've been dreaming of my father in odd dreams. It's hasn't happened for many years. This always brings me back to my fondest memory of my dad; he was an easy-going nice person. Liked everyone and everything no matter who or what. I pulled up in the driveway one day, and he was stomping forwards at a snake up and poised to strike, waving his arms. Then - he stepped backwards, acting afraid. The snake came at him, hissing and striking. Then he stomped forward again and back-and-forth it went. He was laughing. When he noticed my car, he turned and was red faced. I said, "What are you doing?!" He mumbled just playing with that snake. My youngest son pets them. I've told him to stop because some might bite. He thinks I'm daft sometimes. Perhaps you like animals enough that they all sense it, even the scary ones. I'm an animal person, but a little more cautious.
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-19)
glenda,
don't know what happened to the last post I wrote you. Just dissapeared.
I know what you mean about making mistakes, but knowing the outcome before doing them, but still determined to do it anyway. I have had several of those moments myself.
I think one of the worst ones was when I was too much in a hurry and tried to put a stick in a hotdog that should have been dethawed more. I knew the hotdog could break, but did it anyway and ended up stabbing myself right in the nerve bundle in my palm. Got cellulitis from that experience too. Try to listen to myself more now, but still have my moments. One day I guess I'll learn too. I know I get stubborn at times.
Flowers are good. I love nature, except for spiders and some other things. A couple of years ago, I came home from work and stopped and looked in my front yard. Felt like a little dog was licking my leg. I looked down and a snake was up on my calf licking me with its' tongue. I was no good at that moment. I took off in one direction and the snake went in the other direction. Sometimes I have the strangest experiences. Oh well. Talk to you later. 😊
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-19)
Mysti - as you know, some past, past relatives were Native Americans. Kinda sad really. Sometimes, sitting on the ground and relaxing, flowers are good, is the best thing. It's a good way to relax. We couldn't buy the experience for large amts. Of money.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-19)
Mysti - I'm sure taking care of your son is a big stress. Most sensitive people are hardest on themselves because we sense everything that "we should have done" and others seem to take that stuff more in stride. I've come to the conclusion pushing on to a new career, searching and being picky, and deciding what is fun, it changes as you get older, is good for me. I still listen. The other day didn't and messed up on some silly thing. The hubby laughed. I told him, "I knew that I was messing up when I did it, but did it anyway..." Slow learner I guess, but I hear and still do the opposite sometimes just to make it interesting. We never get what we want. We get what we need. It seems to me. You are going through hard years. Know that and accept the messing up and appreciate the growing. The hard years are just hard. Went through those with my daughter.
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-18)
Glenda,
Hi! Sorry about your hands. Glad to hear they are starting to heal though. Thought about you and hoped you were well. I woke up this morning and my leg was all swollen with bright red splotches on it. My whole leg hurts. Of course, doctors can't fiqure that out either, and why my legs swell. Have not been on here as much. I was told to take it easy for a while because of everything going on here. Doors opening and closing by themselves, smoke detectors going off for no reason, lights flickering, hearing footsteps down the stairs at night, and etc... Been fun--exagerating. It's getting ready to be taken care of though. Just found out I live on Native indian grounds and that the lake that use to be... Behind my house, which is no longer may hold a vortex. Never felt anything in my house before all this starting. The indian grounds explains why I saw all the orbs in the back. When I can, this will probably be my next story. They are going to send me to someone for healing and learn better protection. We shall see. I'll come back and chat. Just not getting real deep right now. More worried about my son now. I'll talk to you soon.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-06-17)
Mysti - I look forward to your next post. What kind of issues? Is it in the physical or spiritual. I'm pretty helpful sometimes, despite myself.

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