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I Believe I Saw an Angel as I Delivered My Stillborn Daughter. Has This Ever Happened to Anyone Else?

Question by BabyFaith: I believe I saw an angel as I delivered my stillborn daughter. Has this ever happened to anyone else?
When my daughter was born 8 weeks ago i was looking at those huge white lights shining on me and I saw a face of a older child with blond hair and a white pure face. I just starred at it. It was giving me comfort. At that moment in my head I prayed to God as I pushed her out to take me with her and at that moment when I looked at that face in the light it felt like it was saying to me ” no, you have to live, you have to live for your other children” I know what I saw. Was it her or was it God comforting me as I prepared to see my daughter whom he already had? I wasn’t frightened at all when I saw it. I even told the docter and nurse to look. They told me that God cries with us. Has this ever happened to anyone else?

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Answer by gawd0
I believe you saw an angel as well. What a beaututiful way to help you through such a difficult time. So sorry for your loss.

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