The Gabriel Memos

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The Gabriel Memos are Archangel Gabriel's memos to the junior Guardian Angels. Their purpose is to warn them about Satan's tricks and how to block these attempts. Since angels don’t think like humans, the Gabriel Memos are sometimes an amusing commentary on human weaknesses, yet also spiritually enlightening.

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Words: 24,960
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476302270
About Betty Gravlin

Betty Gravlin is a cradle Catholic, married since 1985 to Bob. She is the mother of three adult children. She is a graduate of Ave Maria University Institute of Pastoral Theology, Southern Illinois University (MBA) and the University of Arkansas (BA in English). She writes from St. Louis, Missouri.

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Review by: H. D. Gilbert on Sep. 30, 2014 :
“The Gabriel Memos” by Betty J. Gravlin is a collection letters, memos and written instructions meant for Angels – yet speak straight to the Human heart. While Fictional in Nature, there is much wisdom and truth hidden in these letters, not to mention thought provoking advice based on Angelic Lore and Bible Verses.
Imagine Heaven as an organization. Angelic Lore already tells us that there are levels of Angels and each Heavenly being holds a different job. In this delightful and faithful scenario, Gabriel, as the Director of the Department of Guardian Angels is charged with training these most important of the Angel Choirs; those that have the direct relationship with Humans. From conception to death and beyond, he orchestrates and guides those with the duty to Guard us. The devil makes things hard and lays traps along the way, moments that will derail the fallible human heart and challenge even the most astute of Angelic servants.
Betty Gravlin has combined a concept we can all embrace and understand with humorous stanzas and deep Theological principles. A wonderful read that will entertain and comfort.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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