Angel of the LORD

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The angel of the LORD encamps around those who fear him, and he delivers them. ~ Psalm 34:7.

We cannot always physically see the angels, but it should be enough that they can see us. It should also be enough that there is one greater than the angels, in whom we have not seen, and his eye is always upon us both day and night. He (Jesus) has a host of holy ones under him, and he instructs these servants to be the watchers over his saints and to guard us from all evil.

Our soul-enemy has sought to inflict turmoil and mischief since the ancient days of Eden; God’s angels have and will continue to provide safety and protection until our end of days. The LORD of angels does not pass in and out of our lives with flippant, transient visits but instead He and His armies encamp securely and firmly around us 24/7.
 
The army of salvation is glorious, located in a place where and for those who fear and place their trust in the Almighty Living God. This camp surrounds the faithful, the Christ-follower… so they CANNOT be attacked from any side unless the adversary can break through the entrenchments of the LORD of angels. The adversary will try to penetrate but ultimately fail because we have a fixed protection. He is our permanent watch. Be ever so mindful to put on the full armor of God (Ephesians 6:10-18).
 
The messengers of God are never surprised by a sudden assault or swallowed up by an overwhelming force of evil. They know deliverance is a sure promise and one made by the Captain of our salvation, Jesus… the one who is the protector and final authority over our souls. They know His deliverance will sustain over and over again until our warfare is accomplished and we exchange the battlefield of an earth-bound existence, a spiritual conflict, for a real home of rest and peace in Heaven.
 
Be encouraged and stand firm because Psalm 91:11 says, “For he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways.”
 
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