I don't understand why Christians don't talk more about angels -- maybe it is because they are not reading their Bibles.  Angels are mentioned nearly 300 times in the Bible!  I also think a lot of Christians are afraid they will appear "out there" if they acknowledge their existence,  but of course that doesn't bother me.  : - ))  

For it is written: "'He will command his angels concerning you to guard you carefully;

Luke 4:10

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Marian B. White
Oct. 29, 1920 - Dec. 18, 2002 

Just a couple of years before my Aunt Marion died she came and spent the night with me.  My Mom had already died and Aunt Marion had a bad heart.  I'm sure she knew her time was growing near.  She told me a few stories of her past.  She also told me a couple of angel stories (but not the story in the letter below).  She told me I needed to pass down the stories that tell of God's miracles.  I think Aunt Marion would be thrilled I'm sharing her letter to my Mom.    

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Billy Graham Evangelistic Association


What do angels look like? My aunt likes to collect figures of angels (she has dozens of them around her house), but how do we know if angels actually look like them?


The Bible doesn’t tell us exactly what angels look like; in fact, they often are invisible to us, because they are spiritual beings who seldom take on any physical appearance.
At times, however, they do become visible. When the prophet Isaiah was given a vision of God’s majesty and glory, His throne was surrounded by angels. They were similar in appearance to humans, with faces and feet, but they also had wings and could fly (see Isaiah 6:1-3). When the angel announced Jesus’ birth to the shepherds outside Bethlehem, the Bible says that “the glory of the Lord shone around them” (Luke 2:9). On the other hand, angels sometimes took the appearance of ordinary men, and were only recognized as angels later (see, for example, Genesis 19).

God created the angels before the beginning of time, and they had one purpose: to be God’s servants. Today, angels watch continually over God’s people, to deliver them from evil and safeguard their entrance into heaven. We may not even think about them very much or realize their importance, but they still watch over us — and we should thank God for them. The Bible says, “Are not all angels ministering spirits sent to serve those who will inherit salvation?” (Hebrews 1:14).

The angels’ work on our behalf should remind us of God’s love for us. At the same time, we are not to worship the angels or give undue attention to them. Christ alone is our Savior, and He alone is the One to whom we should look for our salvation. Have you put your faith and trust in Him?