George didn't want to admit that he had a problem. Ronald was George's first and hardest step to make. God had warned Ronald that George was a stubborn man, and that Ronald's mission would be difficult. He also told Ronald that in order to get into heaven and earn his wings he must complete this mission that God had assigned.
As Ronald was walking down the sidewalk he noticed a man with short, black, greasy hair sitting on a bench near the One Stop Shop Liquor Store.
"I'm not crazy, and you getting ready to walk into that liquor store is the reason I was sent here to help you. So please, let us sit down and talk."
George turned away shaking his head. He was convulsed with laughter.
As he began to walk back into the liquor store, again Ronald blocked his way.
"Now how did you get in front of me without my noticing you?"
George, turning around hesitantly and staggering to the car, got in. He sat there and stared out the window until they arrived at his house. By this time, George was not feeling well.
"What's the matter George?"
Soon he got George into bed, and God then called Ronald.
"You're doing good, my son. Keep up the good work and don't give up," God said.
His face took on a glow as he went back down to continue his mission for God.
As Ronald was sitting outside of George's house waiting for him to get out of bed, he thought about how this new day was going to be with George. He was startled by the slam of the front door.
"Well here you are sitting on my front step. Don't you ever leave?"
With that information, Ronald began to search the streets of Rockford for Kara. He asked around to see if anyone knew her, but was not having the best of luck. It was not a very large town. Someone in it had to know her.
After an hour of searching, Ronald came upon a priest. He figured maybe this was a sign from God, and he walked up to the man and asked him if he knew Kara.
"Excuse me sir, my name is Ronald, and I was wondering if you could help me. I'm looking for a woman by the name of Kara Billington, you by any chance wouldn't happen to know of her would you?"
On their way to the church, Ronald explained to the priest how and why he was trying to help George. He even told about his being an angel. The priest believed him, and offered his help as well. Ronald accepted his offer. What better man to help than a man who preaches God's word. He was willing to take all the help for George he could get.
"Well, here's the church. Kara should be in here, let's go see if she is," he said, looking the angel over, as if he were trying to be sure of his qualifications.
"Hi there Kara, I have someone with me who would like to speak with you."
Ronald introduced himself to Kara, and told her why he was there, and who he was. Kara was surprised and shocked. Surprised to see an angel, and shocked to find out that her brother wanted to see her again. She was not quite sure whether she really wanted to face George after he had totally abandoned her.
Ronald sat down and talked with Kara for about an hour. He convinced her to go with him to see George. He also thought that maybe she could help too. So they hopped into Father Gill's car and went on their way. Father Gill went along too, and offered his help and moral support for Kara in case she broke down into tears.
Kara was nervous. She had become much more nervous as they walked up to the door. When they walked in, George was not anywhere to be found.
"Where did he go? I left him right here," Ronald cried out in fear.
"Please, God, no. I've come to help my brother once again, please don't let me be too late," Kara cried.
Ronald walked over toward George and shook him, but got no response. He checked to see if George had a pulse while Father Gill and Kara waited in fear for an answer from him.
"Thank God above we do have a pulse, but it's faint. We need to quickly get him to a hospital."
Soon after Kara ended the prayer they all loaded George into the car, and drove him to Rockford Memorial Hospital for observation.
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