TOPIC: UNDERSTANDING YOUR ANGEL -PART1
BIBLE TEXT: HEB. 1:14
Every believer has an angel at least if not more than one. Whether we know it or not, God has assigned an angel to minister for us who are his children. What we do with their presence plays a significant role in our ability to win in life.
In Matthew 18:10, the Bible says:
“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._
It is logical and biblical sensible according to the verse above to agree that if we have an angel as a child, then it is understandable to agree that we don’t lose our angels because we become an adult. In the text above, Jesus told us that these angels were seeing the face of the father. I believe they are resident before God until we become accountable, that is, know good and evil and become born again, and then, they are dispatched from heaven to go and serve us immediately we made the choice of salvation. There are verses of the Bible to back this up, for example,
In Heb. 1:14, the Bible says:
What are all the angels? They are spirits sent to serve those who are going to receive salvation. -GWT
Notice in the verse above that angels was sent to each believer to serve us because we have received salvation. If they were sent to serve us, it shows they will only serve those who gave them an assignment. Many angels have been idle for decades yet such Christians are suffering from many things because they aren’t commanding their angels for their own good.
Some people argue with me about 10 years ago about this, saying we cannot command angels to work for us. I knew we can but I didn’t have much understanding of this truth then. I learned more about it only as years passed by and I have put it to work and it works. I don’t teach what I haven’t tested. It doesn’t work because it is the truth indeed but because I also believe it. What you don’t believe cant work for you.
Please notice in Heb. 1:14 that the Bible didn’t say they are sent to minister “to” us but “for” us. There is a difference between the two. To minister “to you” means sent from God to deliver a message to you and go back while minister “for us” means they are to be our messenger both to God and to serve us on earth. This is very true 100% but many Christians are taught to think God sees them as nothing and wouldn’t even entrust them with anything whereas, in the real sense, no creation is more valuable to God like us. We are very special to God that the Psalmist cried in Ps 8:4-10.
In verse Ps8: 4, the Bible says:
What is man, that thou art mindful of him? and the son of man, that thou visitest him?
Thanks for reading Part 1
To be continued.
Oluwaseun Isaac Agbenla