“Heavenly Blessing,” Friend, Nov. 2002, 40–41
When Harold B. Lee was President of the Church, he and his wife were visiting missionaries across the country.
Harold: How are you doing, elders?
Elders: Wonderful. Thank you for visiting us.
Harold: It’s my pleasure. You’re doing great work out here.
Before their trip was finished, President Lee felt impressed to return home.
Harold: I’m not feeling very well. I think we should go home as quickly as possible.
Joan: I think so, too. We’ll just have to miss the rest of our appointments.
President Lee and his wife were soon on an airplane headed for Utah. During the flight, he thought he felt someone touch him.
Harold: Did someone just touch my head?
Joan: I didn’t touch you.
President Lee looked up, but no one was there. Later, President Lee felt hands on his head again. He knew that he was being blessed by angels, but he didn’t know why.
When they arrived home, President Lee was feeling worse.
Joan: I’ll call the doctor.
President Lee went to the hospital. Doctors found that an ulcer inside his body was bleeding badly. If he had started bleeding on the airplane, he could have died.
During general conference, President Lee told the members about his experience.
Harold: I know that there are divine powers that reach out when all other help is not available. Yes, I know that there are such powers.