From the Scriptures and their truth we find that Strong’s Concordance lists «Angels» 297 times; yet we hear nothing about them from our Pastors, the Pope, or Televangelists???
According to Hebrews 12, Angels are innumerable (not countable). In Revelation, the Apostle John reported more than ten thousand times ten thousand (Hundreds of Millions) with thousands of thousands (Millions) left over!
From Genesis to Revelation the Angels are there… Messengers, Warriors, Healers, Protectors, and Ministers! They ministered to Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane to strengthen Him.
Angels are our messengers as well, for Jesus said they ascend and descend upon us – a beautiful blessed two-way path. They are here for us… «More are with us than with the enemy.»
Angels, led by Michael, defeated Satan and threw him out of heaven. They excel in strength!
Yet to most of us, the Angels are unknown, and ignored…
What a disgrace to God and Christ’s gift!
Bless the LORD, you his angels, that excel in strength, that do his commandments, hearkening unto the voice of his word. Psalm 103:20
Angels hearken (listen and obey) to the voice of God’s Word. They bless Him. They are His ministers to us. They will minister to others for us. They have dominion over all of His Words!
The Angels only hearken to the «Voice of God’s Words», not your Pastor’s words, the Pope’s words, or those of some Televangelist!
When we become God’s Voice and speak God’s words, they hear US and do His commandments!
«Speak the word only» is not a suggestion, it’s a commandment! If you examine the conversation Jesus had with the Centurion (Matthew8:5-13) you will understand speaking the word only for yourself is a key to your prayer life!
If you make the Lord your refuge,
if you make the Most High your shelter,
no evil will conquer you;
no plague will come near your home.
For he will order his angels
to protect you wherever you go.
If we make God our «Refuge and Dwelling Place», God will charge His Angels to «Keep us in all our ways». «All» is an encompassing word – «All of our ways» should make us grateful for the loving care and keeping of God, and Christ’s abundant free gifts…