My husband, Jim was a truck driver for many years. On his last run, he was hit by a brain aneurysm, which left him in a state of confusion and several strokes ensued shortly thereafter. It took him three day to drive 400 miles to get home. As you can well imagine, he was not himself for many years afterwards. He was lost and confused, and is still this way today. With each stroke, or brain attack as the doctor called it, they said the next one would kill him.
One night while he was sleeping, I was up late working on my site. I have seen many spirits over the years and have had many paranormal experiences with the dead, however, this night was a little different.
I was engrossed in trying to make my website better, when I noticed a figure standing by the bedroom door. He was a tall spirit/angle, light in nature, and very, very insistent upon my giving him my attention. I ignored him for a little while... As I sometimes do... But soon could not ignore his intense glare. Each time I would go back to my work and ignore him, he would seem to grow larger and very insistent upon me looking at him. I knew he wanted to communicate with me.
Finally, I simply asked, "What do you want?" The reply was obvious. Without saying a word, he glared at me, then turn and stare at Jim. Several times he did the same thing. His actions never changed.
Finally I got up from the computer, walked over to the door, and sure enough, Jim was in the middle of a stroke. He was suffering from another huge stroke and if I had waited any longer, he would not be with me today.
The spirit knew he was going into the stroke, and his aneurysm was bleeding again, and it was not yet his time to go. So, in essence, the spirit/angel saved my husbands life. If it were not for his insistence, Jim would have quietly passed away in his sleep.
I'm no stranger to seeing and feeling the divine presence of angels and spirits, however, this one spirit/angel has intrigued me. He never left the bedroom door, never did anything other than get my attention to take care of Jim. I've seen him on a few occasions, when Jim needed help. There is no question that he was with Jim on that truck, when he had his first stroke, taking care of him and helping him to get home safely.
We are celebrating our 32nd anniversary in November:)