What I found in my library book…

My library book.
The card I found left in the book.

I went to the library today with my folks, and while finding books I picked up this book called ” The Seamstress ” by Allison Pittman. It looked good about French Revolution, and a young girl talented with needlework. It wasn’t until I opened it up, after checking it out that this card fell out of it. I was quite surprised, yes you do get some interesting things used by fellow readers as bookmarks, but this picture of an angel praying took my breath away.

To me it felt like a sign from Our Heavenly father above, and looking on the back of the card it said ” Angel at Prayer” by Alan Lathwell. It was as if he wanted me to know he was listening to my prayers. Then on the radio when I came home from the library, “It’s a kind of magic ” by Queen came on. Many would see this as a coincidence, to me it was a message to say, yes Kylie, we are hearing you loud and clear. It has made me quite emotional, and I feel touched ever so deeply by God.

Everything happens for a reason, and this has made me feel even more strongly that Faith is real. And that I feel 2020 is going to be very special indeed, not only for me, but for the rest of the world as well. I feel as if God is smiling down on me, after the trials I have had in the past, my future is looking great.

I have never stopped believing in God and my Faith. Maybe I got lost a little and took a few wrong turns, but I feel everything that has happened in my life, has lead me to this point in time. Now my life is really going to be something else entirely. And this lovely Angel will be going into my Faith journal, and the story I told you all will be going in alongside it, never forgotten.

So I finish by saying “Thank you Our Heavenly father above” and wishing you all out there in the blogosphere a happy 2020.

Adieu for now Kitty-Kat xox

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