Divine Messenger

My Divine Messenger

Our Heavenly Father sent this beautiful horse to be my guardian here in Aswan.

The first time I saw her she was stood in the middle of the road with traffic skimming past her. You know she never moved nor flinched. Cars, microbuses, large buses blasted at her in the street the skimmed past her in their annoyance. Such big men.

Our Heavenly Father was showing me at the time of my attack to be like her, unafraid, strong, resilient, and stand your ground. I was not afraid at all, I had to use more strength than ever before with the attack.

Today as I went to throw my rubbish in the skip I stopped to say hello to my new friend, she is getting used to receiving my love as I gently stroke her nose. A microbus driver skimmed past us both shouting at me, today she was stood well out of the way of the traffic on the road side, he had to pull off the main road to skim past us. The people here have no love or respect for animals whatsoever. I find their attitude and treatment of all animals here intolerable.

I now look upon this beautiful horse as a guardian Earth Angel. I certainly have to have all the friends I can muster.

This is proof of having to learn to read the signs from Our Heavenly Father.

Wishing you a blessed day filled with love from Our Heavenly Father.

Β© December 2020 Nanette de Ville – All Rights Reserved


21 thoughts on “Divine Messenger

  1. Anna Waldherr says:

    Mahatma Gandhi said, “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” The Bible, too, speaks of caring for our animals. I am so glad you found comfort in this horse, Nanette. ❀

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  2. Mbili Freedom says:

    Such a wonderful story you. Where is this place situated in the world because the only time i have seen a horse was at race-horse. I am down here in South Africa and we also use Mini buses like the one behind your new guardian.

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