Heavenly Visits
Our Real Home
If I find in myself a desire which no
experience in this world can satisfy, the
most probable explanation is that I was
made for another world.
C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity; bk III
The soul, of orgin divine, God's glorious
image, freed from clay, in heaven's
eternal sphere shall shine, a star of day!--
The sun is but a spark of fire, a transient
meteor in the sky; the soul immortal as
its sire, shall never die.
Robert Montgomery
What is heavenly visits purpose in web life?

Heavenly visits are short stories about how God works in our lives and shows
his love toward us. (
But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While
we were still sinners, Christ died for us. Romans 5:8
) The stories and art work
provided on this site are my attempt to share this biblical truth.

When I was a young boy, I had an angelic experience that left me feeling that
God was taking care of me. Since that time I've had numerous encounters
with my Guardian that I named Blasdon.

Some Examples of how my life has been affected.

One night while driving my family to the store, I heard a male voice calmly say "Stop"
and if I hadn't obeyed, my family and I would have been in a terrible accident.

God sent a young girl to remind me of something my daughter had said when she was
a child. This reminder let me know she was safe in Jesus' arms.

One time I was lost in the woods. A butterfly attracted my attention and I followed its
flight to locate the correct path to take.

The heavenly visit stories provide fictional versions of numerous real life
angelic or heavenly visit events. Some of those events in
your own life that
you passed off as luck, coincidence or figments of your imagination are likely
God's touch on your life. May God protect and bless your life.
Welcome To Heavenly Visits website.
Copyright 1993 - 2014
Jerry Mobley
visits@heavenlyvisits.com
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The soul on earth is an immortal guest,
compelled to starve at an unreal feast;
a pilgrim panting for the rest to come;
an exile, anxious for his native home.
Hannah More, Reflections of King
Hezekiah, I, 125
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is provided free; just as God's salvation is free.
Note:
I hope you enjoy your VISIT at this website.