Angels on Your Shoulder

AID coverI was sent a copy of Angels in Disguise by Phyllis Hobe to read. What a wonderful book! It is a collection of stories about animals in their role as angels. I laughed, I cried and read the book in one sitting. It is a great book to have at your bedside or in the bathroom for those moments you could use a spiritual pick me up.

Guidepost was generous enough to offer me a few free copies to give away to my readers. I only have a few copies and will give them away in the next few weeks to the readers who post their stories in the comment section. It only needs to be a heartfelt story about your angel encounter with an animal.

Have you ever encountered a life-changing moment in which animals played an important role? Tell me your story of disguised pet angels for your chance to win a copy of Angels in Disguise!

This would make a great gift for all those pet lovers out there. There is even a story about a chicken and her remarkable return after a winter in Vermont.

Here is what the publisher says about this great book:

Learn how animals can help strengthen your faith in God!

Angels in Disguise
is a compact hardcover collection of 32 true stories from the bestselling Guideposts Book Their Mysterious Ways, that reveal how God sends animals to comfort, guide and heal us. Each page shows how God shares his unconditional love with us through the animals that are a part of our daily lives, and the ones that briefly cross our paths.

Angels in Disguise will help you discover that God’s messengers come in many surprising forms—from dogs to cats—parrots to horses. There is Barney, a dog who shows up to save a woman from freezing to death; A rabbit named Jellybean who helps a cat become part of the family; And a group of hummingbirds who remind one woman of God’s love when she needs it the most.

With love and aloha,

Angels are everywhere just open your mind and your heart to the signs.

Make Angels on Your Shoulder part of your daily routine and share it with a friend!

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