Angels All Around Us
A Sightseeing Guide to the Invisible World
Oct 16, 2012 | 224 Pages
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Oct 16, 2012 | 224 Pages
About Angels All Around Us
Completely consistent with traditional Christian teaching, Angels All Around Us will help readers embrace a certitude that makes it easier to act according to their moral beliefs, give them a greater sense of the richness of life, and show them that no amount of suffering-physical, mental, or emotional-will ever be able to destroy the profound sense of inner peace that they can experience on a daily basis.
“Anthony DeStefano will help you discover everything that was previously hidden from you.” —Joan Wester Anderson, author of An Angel to Watch Over Me
“Reading Angels All Around Us is like spending time with a best friend who is able to take the intricacies of faith and break them down into easy lessons anyone can understand.” —Maura Poston Zagrans, bestselling author of Miracles Every Day
"Anthony DeStefano’s latest book, Angels All Around Us, is a modern-day classic! No matter what your level of religious faith—and even if you have little or none—this book will transport you to places in the invisible realm that will challenge, inspire, and amaze you." —Dr. Dick Eastman, International President of Every Home for Christ and President of America’s National Prayer Committee
“The increasing secularization of society has led, in the words of Pope Benedict XVI, to a sort of ‘eclipse of the sense of God.’ Anthony DeStefano’s book, Angels All Around Us, is a welcome attempt to remind Christians of truths which, though mentioned explicitly in the Gospel and belonging to the deposit of faith, in recent decades have been overshadowed. His latest book is a much-needed effort to utilize modern methods of communication to spread the Gospel message and also to work toward a greater Christian unity.” —Archbishop Rino Fisichella, President, Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization, Vatican City, Rome
“Anthony DeStefano brings to life ‘the hidden world God has created for us,’ a world that surrounds us but is difficult for even the most convinced Christian to get in touch with, much less the seeker or non-believer. And he does this in a more vivid and realistic way than I would have thought possible. Angels, devils, and grace? DeStefano makes them almost visible. This is a wonderful, compelling book, completely consistent with traditional Christian teaching and common sense – and very, very readable.” —Fred Barnes, Executive Editor, Weekly Standard
“Sadly, many people today are so materialistic in their thinking that they've forgotten that the most important things in life are unseen and spiritual. Love, honor, compassion, forgiveness, hope–all of these are invisible. Finally, there is a book that makes the whole invisible spiritual world come to life in the most extraordinary and vivid way. Anthony DeStefano's words will inspire even the most hardened and materialistic cynic to begin exploring a richer, fuller life based on faith in a God who is so good.” —Delilah, Nationally Syndicated Radio Host
“I may not always agree with Anthony DeStefano, but there is no doubt he is a highly intelligent and witty writer; and assuming the existence of an invisible world, he has produced a very interesting and thought-provoking book about spirituality.”—Vincent Bugliosi, author of Divinity of Doubt and 5 New York Times Bestsellers, including Helter Skelter
About Anthony DeStefanoAnthony DeStefano has received many prestigious awards from religious organizations throughout the world for his efforts to advance Christian beliefs in modern culture. These include an honorary doctorate from the National Clergy Council and the Methodist Episcopal Church's Joint Academic Commission, as well as the "Defender of Israel" medal from the Jerusalem Center for Peace Studies, conferred on him in 2003. He is the CEO of a Catholic not-for-profit organization; he lives in Long Island with his wife, Kimberly, a kindergarten teacher.
224 pages | Published by Image
On Sale Date: Oct 16, 2012
Trim Size: 5-3/16 x 8
Carton Quantity: 24
A few weeks ago I received an amazing book in the mail that gave me chills with every turn of the page. Going hand-in-hand with traditional Christian theology, this book is amazing at explaining the spiritual beings that are very active in our lives that we experience on a daily basis. Did you know that you have a guardian angel? Do you know that the room you are currently sitting in may be filled with any number of angels? Do you ever get...
This is a wonderful well-written book by Anthony Destefano. He explains in all details the realm of the spiritual world, using a simple and direct language that even those who never have any contact with the supernatural will start thinking twice on his propositions on how things are organized and how they work. This is exactly my case. I have never heard nor seen spiritual entities of any kind, so for me their existence is just a matter of...
This is an insightful book for every Christian who has ever wondered about the spiritual world around us. Who has ever wondered about the afterlife and where our physical bodies go after death and how we will be reunited with our loved ones. It explains the battle between good and evil in a way you can really understand. I was enlightened and inspired!
I must admit when I first picked up this book I was a bit apprehensive but the author really has delivered an excellent read. Anothony DeStefano states that the book is an attempt to render the spiritual world more clearly to the reader. In the first chapter he made the following observation. That once you more familiar with the invisible realities around you will find the following to be true. "1) It will be easier for you to act in sync...
"Angels All round Us; A Sightseeing Guide to the Invisible World" by Anthony DeStefano was a thrilling read. I feel that the title is a little misleading as I expected either angel stories or a book all about angels. While angels were the main focus this book goes deeper than just angels. It was previously titled The Invisible World and I think that title would fit better. That's my only complaint. Other than the title I loved everything...