no but a lot of my friends have had near-death experiences were they could have died but didn't. we live in a religious community where basically every family has a health problem or terrible accident. we are in a matter of words "danger-prone"
my aunt told me when my cousin was still here she said these words "its okay mommy they are going to save me: my aunt asked who is going to save you She says "he is we know him" and the walks away and starts talking to the wall. she said there was a man in a suit with short blond hair but no one was there my aunt thinks it was an angel i don't even know
When I was little I was having a nightmare that someone was choking me. Suddenly my sister shook me awake. She had woken up all of a sudden with a bad feeling and saw that I was turning blue and struggling to breathe. The dream was frighteningly real... She's a deep sleeper but she just jumped up from her sleep to help me. True story :)
Sorry I'm answering you... But your question interests me... Once when I was smaller i tumbled on some stairs... Actully I did that all the time.... but once I hit my head badly... Went to sleep... And had to go to the hospital... (still got a spot above my eye)... I don't believe this but my aunt thought an angel saved me from any serious brain damage... Funny... Her husband was shot soon after... Why wouldn't an angel save him... Why didn't angels save all the Jews during ww2?... Why didn't the angels save the small children in the recent shooting?...
I was in the ER and had "bottomed out" and seen the warmest light in the darkest space and in the light was my dead son saying its ok mommy then I woke up like it was a dream til I was told what happened
I was close to death so many times in my life, don't really think it was God who saved my life. I think it was really think it was my instinct for survival, quick thinking and reflexes, that helped me to survive. Well that's what I think.
About two years ago I was in an accident that resulted in a skull fracture which put me in a coma for several weeks on life-support having to be brought back from death several times; in spite of the expectation that I would die soon I have made an amazing recovery. I am tearfully grateful to the hospital staff who not only treated me with great competence but also with sincere caring and kindness. They really made me feel like loved family or friend. I will always be grateful for their life changing caring hearts.
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I was woken up at 3:00 in the morning,by someone gently shaking me,I thought that I was dreaming and fell back to sleep,again I was woke up by something gently shaking me, my husband this time was also awake,he then opened our bedroom door to find flames,we had no time,while my husband ran through the fire to search my nieces bed room also upstairs on his hands and knees,I heard a voice say Go Go,so I ran through the smoke and flames,and down the stairs to a neighbors to call 911. And I know that God sent his Angels to save us that night( ,and we found out later that is was arson )
My mom and I had taken my brother, Father John, to the Tulsa, OK, airport, and were returning home to Parsons, KS, on an incredibly busy interstate highway, when our left rear tire went flat. The shoulder of the road was about six inches wider than our car on the left side, so I could've very easily been hit by a car, while changing the tire. I started to leave the back of our car to change the tire, when a young man parked behind us, got out of his car, and insisted on changing the tire for us, which he did, stowed everything back in our trunk, we thanked him, he refused any pay, and he told us to drive to the service station down the road, and have the donut replaced with a new tire, then he walked back in the direction of his car. Mom and I looked back at our car, then turned to wave at him, as he drove around our car, and went on his way, but there was no one, nor nothing, there. We hadn't heard him get in his car, or it start up. He couldn't have made a u-turn and gone back the way he came. After we left the service station, and were on our way again, we decided he must have been an Angel. True story. Mom was in her 70's, and I was in my 50's, and very out-of-shape, so it was a great blessing! Thank you, God! Frank