Deputy Angels: Advance Woman Finding Hers With Hospice
By Betsy Ramsbotham
Special to the Enterprise
In the movie City of Angels, angels in human form rescue people from fatal situations when it is not their time to go.
God is really busy, so He has angels to help watch over his flock.
Since angels have their hands full taking care of humans, it’s no surprise that many men and women feel a special calling to reach out to others in times of need. Perhaps they should be regarded as deputy angels.
All of us have been helped by some of these people. They have allowed us to get in front of them at the grocery checkout. They have returned to us a lost wallet, checkbook, or credit card. They have rocked our sick babies in the hospital nursery. And they have done so much more.
They have shown genuine concern for our loved ones at Hospice, a care center for the terminally ill. It takes a special person to hold the hand of a stranger and bring comfort during the darkest …