Celebrating the angel messages that heal

They had finally arrived! Ellen, with her daddy, mommy, and Grandy (Grandy is Ellen's grandma), had traveled many hours to get to the beautiful snow-covered mountains. Her friend Austin had come with his family, too. It was going to be so much fun to go outside and build a snowman together! (It didn't usually snow where Ellen lived.)

The first day was great. Ellen and Austin, bundled in their coats, woolen gloves, and hats, played outside all afternoon. But that night, Ellen didn't feel like eating. All she could do was cry because she felt so terrible. Some of Ellen's friends back home had missed school feeling just this way.

"We are all going to need to pray," Grandy said. Ellen's parents knew that Grandy was right. The family had learned that praying to God was the best thing you could do if you were sick. They had been helped and healed many times. They knew that God is Love. And Love's laws are strong and powerful—mightier than even the biggest mountains that Ellen had ever seen.

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December 23, 1996

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