Do People Really Have Angels Assigned To Them?

It is said that angels are real and living among us. The question is: What do you believe? Is it possible that the same person that you passed almost every day on the street corner asking you for a dime or a quarter is an angel? Is it possible that your seventh grade teacher, who always seemed to touch your heart whenever she spoke, is an angel? How about when you were feeling not so good, and when you prayed, you felt something come and touch you gently, was that an angel?

In order for God to work between the seen world and the unseen world, angels are the bridge that works between both worlds. In other words, angels are Heavenly beings sent by God to convey His message.

This might be a hard fetch for some, but the truth of the matter is, in scriptures, angels are said to be guardians sent by God to watch over the human race, to deliver His message, to guard and protect us from danger, and to do battle with other spiritual beings on our behalf. They are primarily spiritual beings created by God to serve him.

Are not all angels ministering spirits sent to serve those who will inherit salvation? (Hebrews 1:14 NIV) So, the primary mission of an angel is toward salvation. However, the scripture indicates to us that they could be in the form of a human body while performing their assigned duties.
Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unaware. (Hebrews 13:2 NIV)
Angels are on assignment from God to help us grow closer to Him. So you do have the authority to put them to work. You can give them messages to deliver to your Heavenly Father. You could send them in front of you to make sure the way is safe. You could command them to protect you from harm and danger, and yes, you have the authority to allow them to enter another person’s body to work on your behalf, as long as it’s parallel with the plan of God.

So ask yourself: Who is my assigned angel?

Inspirational Speaker/Author Carl Mathis
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