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Faith saved by angels!

FAITH PLUNGED OFF the MOUNTAIN, but angels saved her. 
      My packhorse Faith, had just fallen off a 300ft. cliff and was still plunging when two giant 10 ft. angels hovered off the cliff. One seemed to be the leader. “What do you want?” he asked.
      I blurted out, "WHAT DO I WANT!? SAVE HER!"
      He calmly answered me, as my horse is still falling,“Do you want the load, too?”
     “'YES! SAVE HER 1ST, AND THE LOAD 2ND, OK?"  He got his orders. With the speed of light, they flashed down and drove her between two trees almost too narrow to get a horse through, she went through, but slammed her panniers so hard they stopped her cold, bounced the panniers off the arches, as she jumped out of the girth, and panniers slid down to the trail below. Her death? No! But the topo map said that she DID go down 300 feet!! The angels stopped her downward plunge still on her feet, by stopping her trajectory towards a perpendicular 20 ft. cliff, would have broken her neck, or leg, who knows? It was another 50 yd. down to the switchback. I know, because I was there
    That same shelf was her savior. She waited there for me, too scared to move, and we had to figure out how to get her out of there,  we were over 30 miles and a day from help.

Packing into the mountains with horses 

14 Comments to Faith saved by angels!:

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Chrissy on Friday, June 7, 2013 11:03 PM
Hi Mom, This is one of my favorite stories. I liked that you left the original dates on the other two stories. I did not see the date on this one. I like to see the chronology. xxoo
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Judy on Monday, June 17, 2013 8:29 PM
Thanks, I'll put the dates on. Have to think about this one, Faith is 26 now, and she was about 6 or 7 then. God had healed me from a debilitating back injury, so I may have been 55 years old, in June,1994.

Thomas Matos on Wednesday, July 10, 2013 12:57 PM
Wow! That is amazing! I am going to share that one with everyone I know. You absolutely must share that one with the folks at Sukkot base camp. Shalom Mishpacha. Many blessings.
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Cherie Shuvee on Friday, August 16, 2013 2:16 PM
Wow Judy! Your writing draws me so beautifully into the experience. I could see the mountainside as I held my breath awaiting God's rescue! Also, I am so impressed with you website, I WILL GET BUSY AND FINISH what's needed for mine. Cherie

Deanna Sargent on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 11:50 PM
Thanks for writing the epilogue. Most often the lessons learned within the details of a story are assumed to be obvious. When they are written out like that the obvious becomes confirmed and we are left connecting more fully. Really enjoyed it!
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Judy, I am in agreement with your statement! I am the proof. Because last week I had the experience as well. By the way, thank you so much for this helpful post and please keep posting things like this.
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