Should I Ask Angels for a Sign?

Also, was the creature-like being I saw my guardian angel?

Find Out:I am curious to know how to ask angels for signs. I went to a seminar, and I learned that the way to go about it is to say, "Angels, within the next (number) hours, show me (sign) if I will and/ or will not (question). “This has worked in the past however, I am not succeeding lately. One of the issues I am struggling with is that I am not hearing from my friend/ mentor (whom I'll refer to as "Alicia"). This is really emotionally draining for me, as she is my best friend. How can I ask angels how to mend anything that needs mending in order to resume the friendship? How would you advise me to communicate with angels?
- Laurie


Although there are many [instructors] who teach how you should ask angels to give you a sign, it is not biblical. Some ask, isn’t this what Gideon did in Judges 6:36-40 when he put out a fleece? The first time Gideon put out a fleece, he asked that in the morning the fleece would be wet and the ground around it would be dry. The second sign he asked for was that the next time the fleece would by dry and the ground around it would be wet.



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The sign Gideon was asking for was something miraculous. It was not like asking your angel to give you a sign like a feather or something that does not require a miracle. Gideon is not asking his guardian angel for a sign. He is asking God.



It is important to note that Gideon did not put out his fleece to learn what God wanted him to do. God had already told him what to do, but Gideon put out a fleece anyway. The first fleece was a sign of unbelief. Gideon knew what God wanted, but he didn’t believe it and didn’t want to do it. When Gideon set out another fleece, it wasn’t to determine God’s will either. Rather, it was asking God again to prove his promises. Here, the Bible is not teaching that this is what we should do to find God’s will.



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William D. Webber
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