Bridge Over Troubled Waters

Bridge Over Troubled Waters

Take heed that you do not despise one of these little ones, for I say to you that in heaven their angels always see the face of My Father who is in heaven. 
Matthew 18:10

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Matthew 18:10-14

One of the most famous paintings in Christian history is Heiliger Schutzengel, which means “Guardian Angel.” It’s the scene of two children — a girl and her small brother — crossing a rickety bridge over a roaring stream. A beautiful angel hovers above them, arms outstretched, wings expanding, silently watching the youngsters complete the perilous crossing. The origin of the painting is unknown. A company called Lindberg in Switzerland produced the first copies many years ago. We can only assume the artist was thinking of Matthew 18:10. 

The Bible gives few verses on the subject of whether or not everyone has a specific guardian angel, but there’s no question we have angels watching over us all the time. Whether we have one specific angel guarding us is uncertain, but what is clearly indicated in the Bible is that God has His angels watching over us constantly. Don’t worry about whether you have one angel or many. In either case, the angelic host serves as the security detail for believers. They are our heavenly helpers whenever we’re on a bridge over troubled waters. 

All the angels in the whole universe care about you; and if God wants to dispatch them all, He can do it. 
David Jeremiah

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