Angels on Duty

20 May

 God’s Word: Matthew 18:1-11

God’s Message to me: (My interpretation of what God is saying in these verses)

Children are precious in My sight!  angel and childrenThose who abuse a child will answer to Me—doomsday to the abuser. They would be better off dropped in the middle of a lake with an anchor tied around their neck.  Child abuse happens is many different ways—giving them a hard time, bullying or taking advantage of their simple trust.  I have assigned angels duty over children and they report back to Me.

My heart breaks over the abuse of children that is happening.  If you consider the circumstances you will see that it most often stems from the breakdown of My plan for the family.  I set up the plan for one woman and one man for life.  I provided the map for living, in My Bible, to guide you throughout a life of love and forgiveness.  The break-down of this family unit has ushered in horrible consequences for the children.  Take a look at the prisons!  Interview the convicts and ask them about their family.

And if that weren’t bad enough, people have now made it legal to kill their children before birth.  They call it pro-choice when in reality it is a choice to commit murder.  Something is terribly wrong in mankind when they make a law against destroying the egg of an eagle and make it legal to kill an unborn baby.  These people will not go unpunished.  When abortion is acceptable it is only the tip of the iceberg in the amount of evil that you are allowing in the door.  You haven’t seen anything yet.  The reports I receive from the children’s angels, born and unborn, is breaking My heart.

God’s Question: Do you not realize that to abuse a child or murder the unborn, is the same as doing that to Me?

God’s Promise: As you sow, so shall you reap!

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My Prayer to God

I praise You for Your Word that gives us wisdom for living.

I am sorry for the rampant abuse of children, born and unborn.

Thank You for reminding us how important it is to love children.

Help me to be an advocate for the protection of children.

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