Do you believe in Angels?

Do I believe in angels?  I do! 
There is no doubt in my mind that angels exist and never a day goes by in my mind that angels exist.  They could be in so many different forms.  When they do appear to me, in some way on another, the memory leaves an indelible mark in my mind. 
The Angels can send a real person to protect and serve the goodness of mankind.  They protected me and helped in my most dire need.  No question about it.  
If Angels exist so does the devil.  I know, for I have seen the devil on someone’s face.  There are unexplained situations that happened and I have no fear for the Angel of the Lord is with me. 
Being present to everyday situation makes me more open to the divine more so with the evil.  Not that I am discounting the negative effect in daily life, there are more goodness in the world. 
It’s the little things that go unnoticed that makes life bearable.  An empty field with a single daisy flowering amidst the rubbles and the weeds chocking the earth will brighten my mind.  This is a singular beauty that I notice as I routinely walk going to work and coming home.  The Angel opens my eyes to the wonder of ordinary life as I pray this: 
Angel of God
My Guardian, dear
To whom Gods love
Commits me here.
Angel of God Post AT Work

Angel of God Post AT Work

 
Ever this day
Be at my side
To light and guide
Rule and guard.
Amen.

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13 thoughts on “Do you believe in Angels?

  1. Yes, of course we do, Seeker, and we have beautiful experiences to, how they help us, when we ask for help and how they guide us on our path. Granny had a furry Angel too 🙂 We love your little angel and the verse. Pawkisses for a delightfully Sunday 🙂

  2. From a very young age I always have had a belief in Angels, I have seen them and felt them close by when needed. My childhood was difficult with violence in the family then the split of the family. We all think of Angels as beautiful figures dressed in white with huge wings, one of my Angels was a child my age who used to come out my grandmothers wardrobe and sit with me on the edge of my bed. As I grew I got use to the Angels, I read up about them, learned about them. Each one of us are assigned an Angel on the day we are born, this Angel is with you standing in the wings (no pun intended) waiting for you to ask for help and thats it. Now if you ask for £1million……… well tough you are not going to get it, but if you ask strength at a particular moment then your Angel will be there with his/her arm around your shoulder. Please dont ask me why do children die, or people die in accidents or of cancers if they have Angels. I dont know, these things happen and there must be a reason why new born babies have their first dream and the taken away from us, only the Almighty knows. I have asked that question many times as I have been in that situation.
    How to contact your Angel, first its a matter of trust, trust your Angel to be there, then get your self relaxed in a quiet room, no need for candles or incense, but if it will help you relax then do it. Close your eyes and ask your Angel to come forward and to tell you their name, now really listern with your ears, mind c and especially your heart. You will hear their name, you will feel a warmth, a comfort and joy.
    Then thank them for their name and then ask them for help, over the next few days look for signs, feelings of comfort in your home and white feathers.
    It works for me. Have Faith, Love and Hope thats all you need. 🙂

  3. Our angels inspire us to do good things for God. That good thought that came out of the blue is probably your angel prompting you. That warning not to go someplace that later you found out had something bad going on, that’s our guardian angels at work. Thank God for these protectors.

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