Millions of “Unemployed Angels” Waiting to Assist Those Seeking Help

September 29, 2009

DUBLIN, September 29 /PRNewswire/ — According to a Baylor University
study, 81% of Americans say they believe in angels to some extent, with 60%
of Americans “absolutely” believing. And with the internationally
best-selling Angels in My Hair by Irish mystic Lorna Byrne (http://www.lornabyrne.com), the momentum of angels is rapidly increasing.

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Byrne has been seeing, hearing and speaking to spiritual entities she
refers to as angels, since she was a baby. She understands that many might be
skeptical, but suggests you suspend this disbelief.

The astonishing account of this previously unheard of dyslexic Irish
widow has become an international best-seller spending 7 weeks on the UK
Sunday Times best-seller list and 22 weeks at number one in her native
Ireland. The book was published in the U.S. by Random House (Doubleday) in
April after an undisclosed six-figure deal; the international rights have
been sold for 45 countries; and several offers from Hollywood have already
come in. But Byrne isn’t phased.

“I don’t know why I was chosen to deliver messages from the angels,”
Byrne said. “But they want us to know that God wants us to be happy, and to
enjoy everything that we do. That’s one reason why he sends us so many angels
to help us through our lives. But many of us are not listening and believe
that we can do everything ourselves. One consequence of these challenging
times is that people are becoming more aware of their Guardian Angels. They
seem to be more prepared to ask for help”.

Religious leaders past and present including Rev. Billy Graham have
spoken on the help given by angels. “The important thing is that angels
exist, and even if we never see them, they still are at work behind the
scenes on our behalf. Pope Benedict XVI said, “Let us trustingly invoke the
angels help. They walk at our side and protect us in all circumstances… and
to them we can turn at any moment.”

“There is a Guardian Angel who is beside each and every one of us,
regardless of our religion or beliefs,” Byrne said. “Every angel wants to be
employed, so I would encourage people to just ask the angels for help. It’s
as simple as that.”

SOURCE Baylor University

Source: newswire

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