When the Angels Cry : The Story of Arielle
Rebecca had a great life, a brand new, beautiful, baby boy, a loving husband, and a great job. She had it all. She enjoyed an existence most people only dream about--until early one morning it all came crashing down. S.I.D.S. had taken her son from her. She cursed God, the heavens and all who resided there. How could He do this to her? Her depression so engulfed her, there seemed no end to her sorrow. After months of trying to get Rebecca to see a doctor or therapist, her husband left her. A year after her son's death, she apologized to God and asked for His forgiveness. Her life was forever changed. Rebecca finds Arielle on her doorstep as an infant, but possessing something so mysterious she can't bring herself to believe. Throughout Arielle's childhood, she is barraged with questions from religious leaders who have difficulty accepting Rebecca's observations and Arielle's angelic messages. The leaders are told they must change their lives, attitudes, and behaviors; start believing in and teaching about a loving, compassionate God. As news of extraordinary events tied to Arielle, her prophesies, and her messages from the angels travel throughout religious hierarchies, the courts, and the community, she faces many challenges and teaches many about life, love, and God.
- Paperback | 244 pages
- 149.86 x 226.06 x 17.78mm | 453.59g
- 18 Mar 2010
- Sangre de Cristo Publishing, Inc.
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Timothy M Braun
Timothy M. Braun is a retired police sergeant who was raised in a very religious family. He served in the U.S. Army Security Agency for over seven years spending much of that time in Japan and Korea. He has served on the local school board, volunteered his time as an officer on the local Chamber of Commerce, and has owned and run several successful businesses. He now lives in Colorado with his wife devoting most of his time to writing.