The term ‘angel’ has definitely evolved over the years. The Webster definition defines the word ‘angel’ as a spiritual being believed to act as an attendant, agent, or messenger of God, conventionally represented in human form with wings and a long robe. Yet, there is no doubt that at some point during your existence you thought that someone was a God send in your life – whether that be a friend, family member or just casual encounter. Now think about your actions towards others and how those occurrences effect the people you around you on a daily basis. Do you often find yourself proactively responding to troubles that others are enduring? Or perhaps you position your actions in a way that inadvertently helps others around you.
You’d be a fool not to believe that God places people in our lives for a sincere reason. Oftentimes we subconsciously take these people for granted because their sincerity and positivity is invaluable – and in many ways becomes expected instead of being surprisingly appreciated. God understands the dynamics of everyone’s individual make-up; therefore, he chooses to have paths cross and introduces people in order create a greater sense of community. He understands who needs it and who doesn’t. Has anyone ever told you that you impacted their life in a positive way? Or maybe they’ve expressed gratitude for your good will? While you may not have visible wings and a halo, you could be the message from God in a different dynamic – a real life angel.