UNDERSTANDING THE MINISTRY OF ANGELS - PERSONAL ANGELS (6) - MATTHEW 4:11

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There are angels that fight for you and your children. That’s why sometimes when you are praying for your child that is sick, you should enlist the assistance of the angels in fighting that sickness. They are there to work and to take care of your child. Understand that angels are part of our advantage in the kingdom and also part of the weapons of our warfare.

In Mathew 4:11, after Jesus was tempted on the mount of transfiguration, the Bible says, “Then the devil leaveth him, and behold angels came and ministered unto Him.” Angels can minister personally, helping people and strengthening them. Just as there are personal demons that afflict people and operate against them, there are personal angels that are assigned by God to assist people to operate in life.

One of the reasons some people don’t live long is that they don’t deal with demons that the devil personally assigned to attack their lives. God has personally assigned angels, given them instructions and a commission to take care of His own children to neutralize the activities of these demons. If you are reading this today and you are not born again, one way to come into this blessing is to make Jesus the Lord of your life. Angelic support is part and parcel of the covenant package of becoming a member of God’s family; of becoming a member of God’s kingdom and of becoming a person related to Jesus.

One major area of attack against every child of God is the attack of ignorance. The devil always has an advantage over you when you are ignorant of God’s provision for you; especially in the area of combating him in the battle against our life and destiny. You must not lose your ground of advantage to the devil and his cohorts. Give words to your angels today to step into actions and deliver the outcome they were ordained to produce.

PRAYER: Lord, if there are areas where I have walked contrary to your ways that have made my angels to be withdrawn from their duty post, I ask for the mercy of the Lord to prevail in my life in Jesus’ name. Amen. 

Bible in a year: Micah 1:1-4:13, Revelation 6:1-17, Psalm 134:1-3, Proverbs 30:1-4