Guardian Angels Are Real & Our Lord Sends Them To Help Us :)

What do Guardian Angels do?  As the name implies, they guard and protect us.  They also “present prayer to God on our behalf”!  A Guardian Angel can be assigned to a person or a nation.  They can be assigned to a church.  They are found in the Jewish faith and the Christian faith.  They are in the New Testament and the Old Testament.  Guardian Angels sometimes carry us.  Jesus spoke of Guardian Angels Himself! Jesus said,

“Take heed that ye despise not one of these little ones; for I say unto you, That in heaven their angels do always behold the face of my Father which is in heaven.”-Matthew 18:10 KJV

St. Faustina, a Polish nun, actually saw her Guardian Angel.  She described her Angel in this way:  “a beautiful presence of light.”  She also referred to her Guardian Angel as a “him”. 

Many wonder, “why don’t Guardian Angels protect us from ALL suffering?” The answer to that question is quite simple.  Guardian Angels do not protect us from suffering that leads to spiritual growth.  And as we all know, spiritual growth is necessary. So necessary, that it has been said “you are either growing or dieing”.

So our Guardian Angel protect us, guides us and pray for us…  It’s hard to imagine how we can thank them enough, but we can ask God to send them a Special Blessing and let them know how much we appreciate their help.  And we can thank God for sending them to help us and thank our Guardian Angel as well. ?

So if you feel at all alone or in need, talk to your Guardian Angel, for you are never alone. Your Guardian Angel is always with you!

I am grateful every day for my Guardian Angel’s help.  And I thank God for sending my Guardian Angel, and I thank my Guardian Angel as well.  Truly, I feel Blessed ?

“Behold, I send an angel before you to guard you on the way and to bring you to the place that I have prepared. 21 Pay careful attention to him and obey his voice; do not rebel against him, for he will not pardon your transgression, for my name is in him.” – Exodus 23:20-21, ESV