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Jesus declared in Matthew 18:10 that children have guardian angels.

The Book of Daniel states that an angel was interceding in the prophet’s behalf during a time of great struggle and during his time of intensive prayer.

The implication of these facts is that you and I have guardian angels.

That being the case, let’s think and act today in a way that the angel can go to God with a smile, not a frowning, shaking head.

Let’s live out Colossians 3:17.

And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through Him.”

If I were an angel representing you before the throne, my job would be a whole lot nicer if I could go to God with good news about your displays of faithfulness rather than with pleas for God’s patience and mercy.

A text from today’s Bible reading speaks to this point of divine monitoring: “For the Lord sees clearly what a man does, examining every path he takes.” (Proverbs 5:21).

I’m strengthened by the promise that I’m not alone in my struggle against the forces of this world and the flaws in my own flesh.

I’ve got greater powers to help me, including an angel who knows me better than I know myself.

I pray that you’re strengthened this morning by the fact that you have divine help as well. As you walk in that strength, God will see that you’re living to please Him and you’ll make your angel’s mission a whole lot more pleasant.

As always, I love you

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