Caleb: Guardian Angels

Most people go through life thinking they’re on their own.  Yes, they have family and friends that direct them in some way or another, but there are times where we feel completely alone.  I want to assure you that this is not the case.

Each of us have guardian angels that watch over and protect us from harm.  This does not mean that we’re invincible, since we all eventually die.  But until that day comes, guardian angels act as loyal companions, tasked with the power to guide and protect from all evil.

It’s important to know that these angels don’t control your fate.  They simply whisper positive affirmations into your ear whenever you’re faced with difficult decisions in your life.  Most of the time, people will listen and choose to do the right thing.

When people choose wrongly, it’s usually because they’ve placed their own selfish wants ahead of others.  They choose what will best serve them in the short-term rather than consider the bigger picture.  However, despite ignoring the guardian angel’s advice, the angel will continue to watch over you.

The guardian angel gets their orders straight from God.  They’re there to help you throughout life.  Not everyone becomes guardian angels when they die.  They must have the right angelic qualities and personality, because they essentially act as representatives of God.

Remember, if you ever feel lost or alone, just listen to your inner voice.  Seek physical help as required, but keep in mind that there will always be an “invisible shield” protecting you, if ever you’re in trouble.  

In death, the guardian angel is the one which guides your soul from darkness and directs you towards the light.  Someday, you’ll get to meet this angel in person.  Someday, we will meet as well.  I look forward to that day.  I’m sure we will have a lot to talk about.

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