Life with an Angel (Chapter 4, page 2 of 13)


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Chapter 4

"Yes, but do it discreetly," said MM -- she was suddenly back.

"MM, where have you been? We've missed you," said Mitch.

"Yeah, we were beginning to believe that we'd never see you again." I tried to hide it, but I too was excited to see her.

"What do you mean 'discreetly?'" asked Amy, calmly.

"People don't like to be preached to about the topic. For some reason they become offended. You have to do it in such a way that it is not offensive, but meaningful."

"That sounds hard," said Mitch.

"I think you can try it. I know one of your teachers is having some difficulty. His Angel is about to lose him and needs some help. His wife recently died of cancer, and he is struggling with his faith. He is trying to figure out why she had to die. You three might be able to help him regain his faith," said MM.

"Oh, I know who that is, it's Mr. Watkins. Our teacher was telling us about him and we sent him sympathy cards," said Amy.

Jack Watkins was 35 years old. He and his wife, Jill, lived in Shelbyville for the past five years. The year before his wife had become ill, and within six months she had died of cancer. Jack was deeply in love with his wife. They talked about having kids, but never had the opportunity. Following her death, he was not the same.

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