5 Stories of Heaven-Sent Letters and Messages

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Everyone loves receiving letters! Whether it’s birthday cards, letters from pen pals, or notes of encouragement, handwritten messages may be just what we need. But what happens when the letter is sent from heaven?

1. A mysterious note
Usually, Connie Cooley liked to wave at children when they boarded her school bus. Today, she kept her gaze fixed straight ahead. She had just come out of a difficult family counseling session with her eldest son, Shayn. She felt crushed. Desperate. How did we get there ? She thought. Shayn had been a pleasure to raise, active in the scouts and the church. The two were close. Then he discovered alcohol at 17… The children walked past Connie and got on the bus. One or two said hello. Then a little girl threw a piece of paper in her lap. “This is for you, Connie!” she says.
Read the note mysteriously delivered by Connie.

2. Message in a bottle
When Melody and Matt Behrs tied the knot in a sunrise ceremony on Lake Michigan, they decided to do something new! They wrote their own wishes and put them in a bottle. To share their love with the world, they threw the bottle into the lake. Melody included their names, address and their wedding date: Matt and Melody Behrs, married at the Wind Point Lighthouse on August 18. “It would be interesting to know where it’s at,” she told Matt. They had no idea how miraculous his discovery would be.
Find out who got Melody and Matt’s message in a bottle.

3. Note from beyond
Christmas was the busiest time of the year. Carolyn and Bob Martin’s Christmas tree farm. Every year at the state fair they held a drawing for a free tree. Carolyn kept all registration forms. She planned to send participants flyers about their Christmas tree operation. Rather than rewrite all of this information, Carolyn thought she would use the slips themselves as mailing labels for the envelopes. Even so, it was an arduous task… but a more dignified task than she accomplished. The following September, Carolyn and Bob were manning the booth again at the state fair when a woman approached them. “I want to thank you,” she said, “for being part of a miracle.”
See how Carolyn’s letters gave one woman the comfort she needed.

4. A letter that saves lives
Corky Hawthorne knew he had to cut down on his drinking. Then after having a drunk driving accident, in which he was the only one injured, he was interned. When he woke up in the hospital, he swore he would never have a drink again in his life. But would he be able to? During the month he was hospitalized, Corky received hundreds of letters and calls from people praying for him. Then one day a letter arrived from Eddie Walker, someone Corky had never met.
Find out how a letter from a stranger put Corky on the right track.

5. A message for Mother’s Day
It was Mother’s Day and Carolyn Hyden was particularly worried about her mother. This year, for the first time, she would be alone on vacation. Carolyn kept thinking, if only Gary was with her. Seven years earlier, when their father died, Carolyn’s brother Gary moved in with their mother and was a great comfort to her. He took a job at a nearby convenience store. Then, one evening in November, the store was robbed and Gary was shot and killed. Afterwards, Carolyn’s mother felt terribly alone. This Mother’s Day, Carolyn called to find out how she was doing. To his surprise, his mother seemed calm, at peace. How?
Check out the message that gave Carolyn’s mother hope that Mother’s Day.

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