I became certified as an angel intuitive, archangel life coach, and spiritual teacher. I had branded myself as the “Children’s Angel Lady” and had been interviewed on numerous radio stations and podcasts. I had achieved so much since I’d started asking angels for help in 2008, and ten years later, everything was falling neatly into place for my writing career to move to the next level.
That’s when God decided to step in and take control of my life. In August of 2018, God gave me the gift of discernment, and I realized that I hadn’t been working with his angels. I had no idea that there were fallen angels and that I was being deceived by them. I had believed that I was here to be a messenger of God’s angels, but, instead, I had unwittingly become a servant of the fallen angels who work for God’s adversary.
Waking up to the truth wasn’t easy. I was just about to promote my second book, but I was overcome with the feeling that it sent the wrong message to children. In the book, I encouraged children to recognize signs from their deceased loved ones. It was extremely difficult to let the book go, but I was compelled to obey God’s will for me to turn away from it and the new age movement.
I heard God say, “I had to humble you. Now, you’ll do your real work.” He told me not to worry because he was helping me. He said, “It won’t be easy, but you’ll get there.” When I heard these words, I put my complete faith and trust in him and his plan for me. He guided me to rewrite both of my books and write several new manuscripts.
For so many years, I thought my life purpose was to teach people about angels and to comfort people who were grieving. Now, I know that God has a bigger plan for me—to wake people up to the deceptions of the new age movement and to teach them about the importance of having God in their lives. I plan to write a book about my spiritual journey and how God steered me in the right direction.
The Bible verse in Jeremiah 29:11 states, “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” I trust God’s plan for me, and I’m excited and grateful to be on this journey with him.