“Are not all angels ministering spirits sent to serve those who will inherit salvation?” (Hebrews 1:14. NIV)
“For he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways.” (Psalm 91:11 NIV)
Have you ever seen an angel? I have caught glimpses of them. I can also feel their presence occasionally. I had a medical procedure done yesterday. On my way to the hospital, a dear friend from church texted me this message, “You have an angel holding your hand through this whole procedure today, just so you know.” I can’t begin to tell you what those few words meant to me. I wasn’t worried or stressed but those words brought a peace to me.
Angels are sent to minister to us. They bring messages, find lost items. I lost my favorite crochet hook once. I have more than one in that size, but it’s the one I like. I searched high and low for that hook. I sent my ministering angels out to find it. It came back. It was on the floor in front of my chair. I know, I dropped it and found it a few minutes later. Wrong!! I found it 3 days later! It was not there for those 3 days. I would have stepped on before I did.
So how did it come back? My angels found it and laid it there.
Back to my procedure. As they wheeled me into the room, I felt overwhelmed by the presence of angels. They were everywhere. I have never gone into any procedure feeling as peaceful as I did yesterday.
Angels are all around. They will come to comfort and encourage you in times of trouble or strife. They bring messages from God to us. I can always use a good message from God.
So I want to encourage you today to start being sensitive to your surroundings. Maybe you will spot and angel. I always know when there is more than a couple in my home. I catch a quick flash of white out of the corner of my eye.
Keep watching, praying and praising and just maybe you will see one too.
Have a blessed day.
Writer and Prayer warrior with Answers2Prayer Ministries
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