Guardian Angels, Part 2
In the second part of two articles on guardian angels, our angel expert answers questions on seeing divine protectors and warrior angels living among us.
BY: William D. Webber
There is no indication that what your husband saw was an angel. There is also no reason to think it had any connection to your feeling sick or an indication that you had a serious disease that would need a a miraculous cure. Also, there is no evidence to believe this was the angel of death.
Are there any mentions of warrior angels being incarnated for the final battle? When I look at people, I can see what side they are on, and sometimes I see or sense wings and their color. I also feel and sense my own wings, and those born in my family that, at this time do not have wings. Do I need a psychiatrist? My husband, who also has wings--God bless him --calms me and says there is nothing to worry about yet. I have not even mentioned what I sense or see. He just knows.
Lately I feel that evil is all there is in the world and there is nothing but greed and envy and that leads to more greed. I am at the point where I have shut off the TV. I am also at the point where my acceptance of an ending world gives me more peace.
I am also horrified of my own dreams and visions.
For the life of me, I cannot sit and read the Bible, but what is most important to me are the 10 commandments. All I can do is fight, every day, against people who try and take what they do not have.
When I meet or see another person who is just a beautiful soul or another warrior, it is fleeting. There seems to be an unspoken rule to not mingle for too long but to acknowledge and move on.
- Renae Marie
I can understand your concern. It must be very hard on you to have dreams and visions that horrify you. You ask if you need a psychiatrist. I do not have enough information from your email nor do I have the training to make a judgment whether or not you have an underlying psychiatric condition that needs treatment. Bless your husband for being understanding and supportive. I do know that it would be helpful for you to have someone beside your husband that you could talk with. Make an appointment with a pastor or a trained counselor and share your dreams with them. Talking with them may be enough to give you relief, so do not hesitate to ask if a referral would better meet your needs.
Read More FAQs on Guardian Angels:
• Guardian Angels, Part 1
• How Are Guardian Angels Assigned?
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