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Have you ever heard an angel sing? October 2, 2007

Posted by mercedescoleen in Angel Music.
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Angels’ voices are very beautiful, pure, clear and sweet. Many years ago I heard an angel choir sing. Their voices were higher than the highest soprano. Over the last two weeks I heard them singing in my dreams. In one dream, one of them held the hand of a friend of mine, singing intermittently as she did so. Quite beautiful. Hope you hear them sing soon. Blessings!

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1. jenny - October 21, 2009

I have also heard the angels sing a few times in my dreams . you are right they sound absolutely beautiful. i have had other things happen as well in dreams. if you want to share more with me email me

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2. toni - January 12, 2014

I heard an angel hum a song on the morning of my great auntie death. I first thought my maid had progressed greatly in her church humming. But she said she did not hum anything that morning. I heard it twice like outside the bedroom door of mine then of my great auntie’s while her body was lying on the bed and I was sitting next to her.
At first we thought great auntie spirit hummed, we didn’t know she had excepted Christ. So I asked a person at church, he said more than likely it was an angel. And when I tried to immitate what I heard to another person who also heard it, I found out that the angel did not stop to take breathes. It was beautiful hum of old church song that reminds you of the ones you hear from Europe.

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mercedescoleen - August 3, 2014

Hello Toni

This is beautiful

Mercedes

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