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Amtrak and Guardian Angels

For new Beyond Blue readers, click this post, “My Guardian Angel Ann,” to read about how I met my guardian angel.


    ANGELS are God’s helpers who absolutely obey him and are not given the free will that man is gifted with from the very beginning. The Archange Rafael, for instance, was sent to help Tobit and Tobias without father and son knowing that Rafael was an Archangel. He appeard to Tobit and Tobias as an ordinary man, who volunteered to serve as guide, “I know the place you are going to,” he said, I will help you get there.” Never, did Tobit or Tobias learn about the Archangel’s real identity. He pretended to eat but actually didn’t because angels do not eat. He appeared as flesh and blood, with the looks of an ordinary man who was sent by God to help the very pious father and son who pleased God with their proven fidelity to him.
    Because of this attribute of angels, they can only help man when they are sent by the Almighty Father to do so. Unless, it is the Father himself, who has assigned an angel or any number of them, to safeguard and guide man who is chosen by God from his concepcion and birth. Then the angels assigned to him will be with him throuhtout, until such time as God will take the favored man like he did to the prophet Elias, when God took the prophet up to heaven aboard his horse driven chariot.

  • Anonymous

    8:50 am, August 8, 2007
    So wonderful and inspiring to hear of these recent angel events. Angels do help us and lend such protection and joy to our lives. May angels be with you during all precious moments in your lives – they are wonderful and so very good for all of us to contemplate as sent from interested, nurturing and responsive Almighty God in a very rasl sense. Have a Super Day!

  • John Hewitt

    I believe that I am an angel because Im so nice and I try to really help others even out the goodness of my heart and Im so nice when im feeling down its like im picked right back up thank you jesus………….

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