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Psalm 103: 20

Bless the LORD, you His angels, Mighty in strength, who perform His word, Obeying the voice of His word!

We often limit our mental pictures of angels to those little cherubs we see around St. Valentine’s Day. It is good to realize that angels are mighty in strength.

We each have guardian angels, and those angels accompany us everywhere we go. How beneficial would it be if your angel is a fat little baby? We need mighty spirits guarding us and that is exactly what the Father has provided. We read here that these spirit beings are mighty in strength but I believe they are mighty in size as well. People who have seen angels report them as large beings. In addition, you are not limited to one angel. There may be ten standing around you at this moment. Can you picture that? What would you say to them? They can hear you. Feel free to talk with them. I have a friend who even knows her three angels’ names. What are the names of your angels?

I want you to notice the last phrase of today’s verse too. Besides protecting us, angels also bring God’s Word to pass. They listen for the Word of God. When they hear it, they go into action fulfilling it. It does not matter if the Word is spoken by God, or by you. When they hear God’s Word spoken, they leap into action.

It is in our best interest to learn how to cooperate with our angels. It begins by simply acknowledging their presence. Be aware of their presence with you. Recreate the angelic image you hold in your mind. See them as mighty warriors, full of strength and the Word. Then begin to utilize them to bring God’s Word to pass in your life. Speak the Word and give the angels something to do. They are magnetized to the Word of God so surround yourself with the Word and you will be surrounded by angels. Get to know your angels. Befriend them and then give them missions to accomplish by speaking God’s Word over your life.

  1. Where in the Bible does it say to communicate with angels? We are to communicate with God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. Yes the angels are there to do God’s will but we are not to seek them out hoping to hear from them.

  2. … if John didn’t listen to angels, we’d be revelationless!! Jesus was standing right there too… Jesus, John, and an angel. Jesus could have given John the tour of heaven himself!

    Holy Spirit could have told Paul on the ship that they were going to be safe, but he used an angel too.

    And where would Jesus be if Mary didn’t listen to the angel (and have a conversation with him!)?

    Where would Mary be if Joseph didn’t listen to the angel?

    Where would Peter be if he didn’t listen to the angel? he’d still be in jail.

    Here is a blog that speaks to this…

    Charity Kayembe – Author of Everyday Angels

  3. I am always surprised whenever I hear that God’s children are resistant to learning about an interactive existence with angels. The Bible is FULL of stories about angels. How can we have missed that?

    Is this fear? I almost hear a touch of anger? Is this a Christian dysfunction? Do Pastors perpetuate it by not being more clear about when an angel is the speaker or actor?

    I think of the Christmas story in Luke and how much I enjoy that story and imagery every year. I am glad I saw the importance of the “Heavenly Host” from an early age and never learned to fear interaction with angels. I am also very, very grateful for my own angels who protect me.

    I pray that the church will awaken to the revelation of angels and no longer allow it’s heritage to be stolen.

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