Why Aren’t We Seeing Angels Today?

Why Aren't We Seeing Angels Today

Why aren’t we seeing angels today?

Why Aren’t We Seeing Angels Today? As Christians, we are all familiar with the word “angel.” We all know that the angels of the Lord work for God, and they are here to protect us.

Throughout the Bible, we have read about people meeting and having encounters with angels. God has done so many great things in the Bible with his angels.

The Lord has given his angels charge over us to protect us all the time.

Who are the angels? The word “angel” in the Bible is translated from the Hebrew word malach and the Greek word angelos, both meaning “messenger.” God sends angels to warn, comfort, and guide people by communicating his messages to them.

Angels are heavenly beings created by God to watch over humanity. They fulfill a wide range of duties, including delivering their word and guarding and defending themselves from danger.

The spirit of God has been willing to do great things in our lives. The disciples of Jesus Christ had encounters with the angels of the Lord.

The angels of the spirit are always with us to protect us and pass on the message of the Lord. Our heavenly father is the creator of the universe, and there is nothing impossible for him to do.

Psalm 91:11 “For he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways;

A List of Biblical Characters Who Had Encounters with Angels

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  • Hagar
    Genesis 16: An angel found Hagar by a spring and instructed her to return to Sarai, promising her descendants too numerous to count.
  • Abraham
    Genesis 18: As Abraham rested by his tent, three visitors appeared to inform Abraham and Sarah of the forthcoming birth of their son, Isaac.
  • Lot
    Genesis 19: Lot was visited by two angels who warned him of the impending destruction of Sodom, guiding him and his family out of the city to safety.
  • Gideon,
    Judges 6: Gideon received a visit from an angel who assured him of God’s presence and guided him in leading Israel to victory over the Midianites.
  • Samson’s parents
    Judges 13: The parents of Samson were visited by an angel who foretold the birth of their son, instructing them to raise him as a Nazirite.
  • Zechariah
    Luke 1: Zechariah, a priest, encountered the angel Gabriel while serving in the temple. The angel announced the birth of John the Baptist, Zechariah’s son, despite his and Elizabeth’s old age.
  • Mary
    Luke 1: The young Mary received a visit from the same angel, Gabriel, who informed her of the miraculous conception of Jesus.
  • Philip
    Acts 8:26–40: Philip was guided by an angel to encounter an Ethiopian eunuch on a desert road. Philip shared the gospel with the eunuch, who embraced Christianity through baptism.
  • Cornelius
    Acts 10:1–8: A Roman centurion named Cornelius received a visit from an angel who instructed him to send for the apostle Peter.
  • Peter
    Acts 12: While imprisoned, the apostle Peter was visited by an angel who miraculously freed him from his chains and led him out of the heavily guarded prison.

Why Are We Not Seeing Angels Today? 

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All the people that had encounters with Angels of the Lord have one thing in common, which is “faith.” The way we trust God really depends on how much of his power we are going to experience.

Our father is a powerful man, and he does powerful things, but most of us doubt him. He wants us to trust him because that will help us get to know him better.

Most of us are not serving the Lord in truth and in spirit. The angels of the Lord do take human form when they have a message to pass here on earth. The Bible told us that some of us have welcomed angels into our houses as guests.

Hebrews 13:1-3
Remember to welcome strangers, because some who have done this have welcomed angels without knowing it. Remember those who are in prison as if you were in prison with them. Also, those who are suffering as if you were suffering with them.

The way we treat people around us is really important because God is watching us. Sometimes people we meet can be angels sent by the Lord, so let us be kind and loving Christians.

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