“Isn’t it obvious that all angels are sent to help out with those lined up to receive salvation?” Hebrews 1:14
I believe angels are everywhere, not the “You’re an angel” mentality, but angel power in little things, such as the time my alarm clock failed but within seconds the telephone rang and no one was on the other end of the receiver. And the time an angel turned a broken mechanical rose plant my mother played to Dad on their anniversary, and it came to life on their first anniversary after dad died.
For many years an acquaintance played her harp and sang to patients in hospice centers. She told stories in which angels were been spotted by dying patient who then released their earthly bodies and flew home to Jesus.
I believe an angel whispered to a friend trapped on a railroad track with a train approaching. He heard a voice say, “Move,” and he suffered only a leg injury. I believe when I feel nudged to help someone—to act “right now,” God is ordering the wings of an angel to flap me into action.
I love the vision of angels with their long feathered wings fanning or sheltering God’s children and protecting believers from harmful interference by evil influences in our lives. Thank you, angels.
Lord, grant me eyes to see the effects of angels in my life, ears to hear wings flopping me into action and hear the songs of salvation that are sung for me. Amen.