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My Favorite Angel Stories



SKU# 0816350191

By Joe L. Wheeler

ISBN: 0816350191 | 192 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2013

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As Bill watched, the man in gray stepped up onto the running board that led from the front of the engine back to the cab and gave another signal--danger--stop! Then he turned and looked at the engineer. 

The train was still traveling at full speed, but the hat remained on the man's head without aid and his clothes were not blown by the wind. They remained in place just as if he were standing in his own parlor. 

Bill released the throttle, put on all brakes, and whistled for the flag. The train ground to a hard stop and the flagman went out. He had gone only about 150 feet when he signaled with his lantern. 

"Cave in!"

When the crew rushed ahead, they found only a gaping hole where there had been the twin rails and a tool shed. 

The engineer and the fireman turned to inquire of the man in gray. But the mysterious night rider on that train was never found. He had disappeared just as mysteriously as he had appeared. 

"When each of us looks back over our lives, rare will be the person who doesn't see incidents like these, providential rescues, times when our lives were spared by unexplainable deviations from natural law and natural probabilities, when God stepped in, through His angels, to save us." Joe L. Wheeler

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As Bill watched, the man in gray stepped up onto the running board that led from the front of the engine back to the cab and gave another signal--danger--stop! Then he turned and looked at the engineer. 

The train was still traveling at full speed, but the hat remained on the man's head without aid and his clothes were not blown by the wind. They remained in place just as if he were standing in his own parlor. 

Bill released the throttle, put on all brakes, and whistled for the flag. The train ground to a hard stop and the flagman went out. He had gone only about 150 feet when he signaled with his lantern. 

"Cave in!"

When the crew rushed ahead, they found only a gaping hole where there had been the twin rails and a tool shed. 

The engineer and the fireman turned to inquire of the man in gray. But the mysterious night rider on that train was never found. He had disappeared just as mysteriously as he had appeared. 

"When each of us looks back over our lives, rare will be the person who doesn't see incidents like these, providential rescues, times when our lives were spared by unexplainable deviations from natural law and natural probabilities, when God stepped in, through His angels, to save us." Joe L. Wheeler

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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Joe L. Wheeler


Joe Wheeler, is professor emeritus of English at Washington Adventist University, general editor at Focus on the Family, and cofounder and executive director of the international Zane Grey’s West Society. Besides the best-selling Christmas in My Heart® series, Wheeler has also edited the Great Stories Remembered, Heart to Heart, Forged in the Fire, and The Good Lord Made Them All® series. He is one of America’s leading story anthologizers (this is his seventy-eighth story anthology and his ninety-third book). Dr. Wheeler resides in Conifer, Colorado, with his wife and publishing partner, Connie.