I've always wondered about this. I'm agnostic, so obviously I'm open-ended about this situation, but I'm wondering how those who aren't Christian would explain this.
My step-niece used to be afraid of sleeping in her room because she swore she saw "angels." She's five now, but when she was around three, she kept telling her mom that an angel was in her room and wouldn't leave. According to my stepsister, she was too young at that time to know what an angel was or what one looked like.
After asking my step-niece what the angel looked like, she replied "It's white, with wings."
So I know most Christians will automatically reply that she without a doubt saw an angel. But to my fellow non-Christians...how can you explain it? I figure either she was lying and just playing pretend, or...I dunno. Help me out here, lol.
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my daughter use to see angles when she was 3.
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