Just a quick reminder that we’re never alone, and we’ve never been ever alone. Remember Hebrews 1:13-14…

Hebrews 1:13-14  (NKJV)

13 But to which of the angels has He ever said:

“Sit at My right hand,
Till I make Your enemies Your footstool”?

14 Are they not all ministering spirits sent forth to minister for those who will inherit salvation?

And, what Yeshua, Christ Jesus, told us in the book of Matthew…

Matthew 18:10  (NKJV)

10 “Take heed that you do not despise one of these little ones, for I say to you that in heaven their angels always see the face of My Father who is in heaven.

God blesses us with heavenly ‘bodyguards’ and ‘personal assistants’ to minister to us and protect us.

We’ve all had dark moments when we’ve done and said things of which we are now ashamed.

We’ve all had moments of weakness and times when we were not representing the glory of God. .

Sometimes we may have been in a place or with a person or people with whom we shouldn’t or sometimes we may have been at home…’alone’.

We all haven’t had the SAME shameful moments, but we have all participated in some work or works of the flesh. Which of these have you been guilty of…?

19 Now the works of the flesh are evident, which are: adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lewdness, 20 idolatry, sorcery, hatred, contentions, jealousies, outbursts of wrath, selfish ambitions, dissensions, heresies, 21 envy, [fmurders, drunkenness, revelries, and the like; of which I tell you beforehand, just as I also told you in time past, that those who practice such things will not inherit the kingdom of God

Think for a moment of some of the things that your angel has had to…

Watch you do…

Hear you say…

Protect you from…

Rescue you from…

Hide you from the rest of the world to keep those moments between you, your angel and God.

Stop for a moment and thank God for your own personal angel, and tell Him “I’m sorry” for some of the things your angel had had to ‘put up with’ while taking care of you.

And, remember, we’re never alone.



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      1. Hi brother at least they aren’t like us and say things like I gotta guard so and so they interesting goofy at times. At the same time I have heard we don’t and don’t have guardian angels and I know God protects us.

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      2. Thank you God bless you too my friend. I know you heard about the abortion headlines in the news it’s heartbreaking and so wrong.

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  1. This is a very sobering post, Brother Al. But I am reminded of a time when my guardian angel apparently did something more than just stand by and watch what I was doing. I believe my angel intervened to save my life!

    They called me a tomboy when I was a little girl, because I loved to climb trees. More than half a century later, my shins still have scars from all the times that the skin was scraped off by the rough bark of the Elm trees in our yard.

    In those days, electrical poles were much smaller than they are now, and they often had metal spikes in their sides that the linemen used to climb up. The lowest spikes were too far above the ground for a child to reach.

    But the empty lot next door to the house where I grew up, had a steep short hill that ran above a gravel road. The electrical poles ran along that road. And one of the poles was set into the hill in such a way that by standing on top of the hill, I could easily reach the lowest spike.

    One day, when I was around six or seven years old, I decided to climb up on that bottom spike, climb all the way to the top spike, and grab hold of the electrical wires and swing from them, just like the monkey that I was.

    It was too easy. In the blink of an eye, I was climbing up the pole. Up and up and up I climbed, until I was standing on the very top spike. The electrical wires were just a few inches above my head, an easy reach.

    While clinging to the pole with my left hand, I started to reach for the wire with my right hand. But before I could fully extend my right arm — while my hand was still several inches away from the wire — something hit me, HARD, in the center of my chest.

    I looked down at the front of my dress then, expecting to see a large bird sitting there, because what else could have flown into my chest when I was up in the air on the electrical pole? I could still feel it there, a small but definite weight, pressing heavily into my skin. But as I looked at my chest, I was puzzled to see that nothing was there. Where I could feel something solid and hard pressing into me, all I saw was empty air.

    And then, as I stared at my chest, this invisible, heavy something pushed me straight down the utility pole. It did not let go of me, until I was sitting on the ground.

    I was wearing a dress at the time, because my dad had decided that pants on girls was sinful. So while I was being pushed down the pole, my dress had flown up, and my belly was ground full of splinters as my bare skin skidded down the wooden pole. Oh wow, those splinters HURT! Lesson learned — I would never climb an electrical pole again!

    What could it have been but my guardian angel?

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      1. I am so grateful. And so humbled. Because there is nothing special about me, except the fact that I am a child of God.

        This is a great reminder to me that when we belong to Christ, nothing can kill us until He is ready to take us home! I needed this reminder, because three days ago, on Tuesday morning, my doctor called and told me that the routine mammogram I had last week revealed some areas of high density. So later this morning, I am going back to the radiology department at the hospital here in town for more tests.

        I was a nervous wreck all day Tuesday after getting that phone call. I barely slept Tuesday night. But on Wednesday, after I read your post and remembered what my angel did for me almost sixty years ago — plus I read another Christian blogger’s encouraging post on Wednesday, which reminded me of two other times when the Lord miraculously delivered me, and my children, from harm — then all my fears went away. When it’s time for me to go to heaven, I am ready to go. Until then, God will keep me safe here on earth.

        For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, is working for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory. By His stripes I am healed and set free from the law of sin and death.

        Praise Jesus! God’s got me!

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      2. The lump was there on the mammogram last week, there on the compression test, and there at the beginning of the ultrasound this morning. Then it completely disappeared during the ultrasound! The radiologist wants me to have the tests done again in 6 months to be sure. But wow wow wow, praise the Lord! Thank you for your prayer!

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  2. Powerful testimony by lady Linda. Only God has the final say. I believe God’s angels are guarding us but I do not believe that we should try to communicate with them as some Christians are doing.

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