Life with an Angel (Chapter 5, page 1 of 5)

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Chapter 5

"In Heaven there are no dimensions. Height, weight, width, length, time, and any other measure or dimensions are irrelevant..." MM

It was sometime in July Mitch and I were in our rooms in bed and Amy was home in her bed. -- Once again we were united, and there was MM talking to us as if we were all together.

"Hi, kids."

"MM, you're back!" said Mitch, surprised.

Suddenly everything in the room started moving. "MM, what's happening!" exclaimed Amy.

"Don't worry, everything is going to be all right," said MM.

The room continued to move. As it transcended and slowly vanished, we once again were viewing a scene from Heaven. It took us a moment to adjust to what we were seeing. We realized that we were looking down upon a large warehouse. The sign out front read, "The All Purpose Warehouse." It was located on the north side of Shelbyville. As the image became more visible, we could see inside the building as if the roof had disappeared. It was full of all types of farm equipment.

"Boy, are we glad to see you, and I love seeing things from Heaven. But why are we looking at this old warehouse?" It was cool, but Amy asked what we all were thinking.

We watched as two people were running through the building in the maze of aisles. The view was during the night, and, except for the two people and all of the equipment, the building was empty.

"What you are seeing is actually occurring right now. These two have broken into the building to steal things. As you can see, they still have their Angel with them, but these young men are on the verge of pushing their Angels away."

Sure enough, we could see their Angels hovering over them as they were running through the building. It was more like a dim ray of light. Then I noticed something.

"Hey, that one kid looks like Neal, Neal Hurtle. Mitch, isn't he in your class?"

"Yeah, you're right. It is Neal!"

"You're correct, and the other young man is his cousin, Todd Hurtle. Todd has been staying with Neal. They have been doing things like this all summer, although tonight that will come to an end. They started out shoplifting from stores. Then they started sneaking out in the middle of the night. Now they have elevated to breaking into buildings," explained MM.

We continued to watch the excellent view. We could see inside as well as all around the building. The view was as beautiful as when we rode on our beds going to Dawsonville. Only this time, we hovered over this one area. It felt good to once again smell the wonderful smells and feel the fresh gentle breeze. Off in the distant field we could see rabbits frolicking as if they were right in our backyard. We could even see two deer drinking from a stream about a mile away. Everything was clear and distinct. It was as if our eyesight had improved a thousand times. There was so much to watch; I didn't want to miss anything. My attention then went back to Neal and his cousin. They were trying to break into a door that led into a large office area, containing a lot of office things like typewriters, calculators, desks, chairs, and cabinets.

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