Connecting to your Guardian Angel
Upon waking in the morning, take a few minutes to, Ask Your Guardian Angel to be with you throughout the day. Ask Your Guardian Angel for help when planning your appointment to get your haircut or nails painted. When you are preparing for your big business meeting, Ask Your Guardian Angel to stand by you and help inspire you to say the right words to make the meeting a success. When you are nervous about your next doctor’s Appointment, Ask Your Guardian Angel to be with you throughout the appointment, inspiring you to ask the right questions and help the doctor work with you most effectively. When you are waiting in line, Ask Your Guardian Angel to help the line move quickly and easily and help inspire happier attitudes in the people serving.
When you are driving over to the in-laws for the annual Holiday dinner, Ask Your Guardian Angel to inspire the other Guardian Angels of your family to all work together to make it a peaceful holiday celebration. When you are planning to confront your friend with a problem, Ask Your Guardian Angel to inspire you to say what you have to say the best way possible and help you two create a happier friendship. When you want to lose weight and pick healthier foods, Ask Your Guardian Angel to help you make good food choices and help you find other ways to handle stress in your life.14. When you want to get a promotion at work, Ask Your Guardian Angel to inspire you with ideas and steps to help you move forward in your company and create that promotion. When you need healing, Ask Your Guardian Angel to help Balance your body and help you feel better.
When you are bored at work, Ask Your Guardian Angel to help you be able to become more creative and enjoy your career again. When you need more joy, Ask Your Guardian Angel to help you see the fun in life.
Are Guardian Angels Real?
It’s not wise to think about the reality of guardian angels without considering who angels are biblically. Angels are invisible unless God chooses to make them visible. The angelic host is too numerous to count; and while they are not all-powerful like God, angels do excel in strength. They can exercise their own will, and in times past, some angels did choose to pridefully rebel against God and pursue their own agenda-later becoming mankind’s greatest enemy, however; an innumerable number of angels stayed faithful and obedient to God, worshiping Him and ministering to the saints. Although angels can be present with us and hear us, they are not God.
Angels are curious about the salvation God offers humans and how He chooses to work through His people. Throughout history, considerable controversy arose about individual Christians having specific guardian angels. Angels are continually at God’s command as overseers and guardians. We see this in scripture when angels surrounded Elisha and his servant, when Lazarus was carried by angels after death, and even when Jesus noted He could have called 12 legions of angels-around 72,000-to help him at His arrest. That’s not all they do!
Angels also can deliver, guide, enlighten or reveal information, provide for believers, serve as instruments of God’s judgments, carry out some of God’s answers to our prayers, encourage, strengthen, serve, and help God’s children at their time of death, carrying them to heaven. Angels are remarkable, marvelous, but it’s important to keep a proper perspective about them. Though misunderstood and underestimated, guardian angels are real.
Real Madrid keeper Keylor Navas’ ‘guardian angel’ leaves Bernabeu
After Zinedine Zidane resigned as coach and was replaced by former Spain national coach Julen Lopetegui, Sociedad confirmed that Llopis was joining their goalkeeping set-up. Lopetegui, a former goalkeeper, had been expected to retain both Llopis and Zidane’s fitness coach Antonio Pintus, but will now need to add at least one new specialist to his staff. Navas has dealt with speculation over his future through four seasons at Madrid, with Bernabeu chiefs again reported to be considering replacing him with Manchester United’s David De Gea, Roma’s Alisson or Chelsea’s Thibaut Courtois. Last week, the 31-year-old said Lopetegui had been interested in signing him for Porto when he left Levante in 2014. De Gea’s unconvincing displays for Spain at the World Cup, in which he has conceded five goals from six shots on target in three games, have led to speculation that he could be replaced by Kepa Arrizabalaga for Sunday’s clash with hosts Russia.
Athletic Bilbao’s Kepa, 23, almost joined Madrid in January only for Zidane to come out against president Florentino Perez’s plan to pay his €20 million release clause. Navas impressed despite Costa Rica’s elimination in the group stages, with a reflex stop from Brazil star Neymar standing out. Last week, Madrid announced that they had signed 19-year-old goalkeeper Andriy Lunin from Ukrainian club Zorya Luhansk for a reported initial fee of €8.5m. The futures of Madrid’s other two senior goalkeepers, Kiko Casilla and Luca Zidane, are currently unclear.