From back of book: "Sacred Scripture teaches us that we humans are not the only intelligent beings in the universe. And Joan Wester Anderson is convinced of it. Her collection of testimonies on the subject of angels provides fascinating and inspiring reading. People of all faiths will find this delightful book a valuable addition to their library." - Father John Catoir
If you believe in angels, then you will rejoice in this thrilling collection of stories attesting to angelic intervention in human affairs. If you do not believe, you may find yourself wavering as you read true stories of intervention. This exhilarating book offers overwhelming evidence that heavenly beings are very much with us -- combating evil, bringing news, warning of danger, consoling us in our suffering. It may even help you remember a time in our own life when an angel walked beside you.
From the Publisher
This was the book that started it all for Joan Wester Anderson! It is her first book in her series where she shares inspiring true experiences of ordinary people who believe that they have met and been helped by angels. And it spent 55 weeks on The New York Times bestseller list.
True stories of heavenly visitors. How many angels are there? One---who transorms our lives---is plenty! Angels don't submit to litmus tests, testify in court, or slide under a microscope for examination, the author says. Yet her thrilling book offers overwhelming evidence that heavenly beings are very much with us---combating evil, bringing news, warning of danger, consoling us in our suffering. It may even help you remember a time in your own life when an angel walked beside you.
Caroline (farmwife) reviewed Where Angels Walk: True Stories of Heavenly Visitors on
Do you believe in angels? This is a collection of true stories attesting to the angelic intervention in human affairs. Wonderful stories! It has been many years since I have read this, but I remember it being very moving and thought provoking.
Note: This is a gift type book with a pretty cover - suitable for leaving out for guests to read in the living room or "powder room".
Do you believe in angels? If you do, then you will truly rejoice in this thrilling collection of stories attesting to angelic intervention in human affairs as you read true stories like that of the angel who grabbed a small plane (flying without instruments through dense fog) to a safe landing at a tiny mountain airport. Or a Florida boy's description of the strong man in white who helped him survive the rattlesnake bite that should have killed him. Or two college students' account of a night of Artic cold and blizzard when a mysterious tow truck pulled them to safety yet left no tracks. Or a Dutch woman's moving story of the guardian angels who preserved her from torture and death in a Nazi extermination camp.