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Supernatural Guidance 1

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Angels Angels are supernatural beings created by God to minister to us in a variety of ways. Both angels and demons abide by the authority that governs the supernatural realm; they are under the authority of spirit beings: God and Believers. Both do what they were created by God to do; angels minister to us, demons minister against us.

??* Angels minister by delivering messages of direction, assurance or encouragement.

* Angels go before us to prepare the way, go with us to guide, protect, encourage, and follow behind us to clean up so others don’t pay for mistakes made during our learning experiences.

* As co-inheritors with Christ, we share in His governance of everything that is part of His Kingdom.

* The presence of or communication from an angel, as from any other source, must be tested by going to the Lord for confirmation.

* Though the sudden intervention of an angel may be indicative of the importance of the message or need, it is more likely due to our unresponsiveness to subtler attempts at getting our attention.

Signs Signs are merely external means God uses to get our attention, such as supernatural phenomena, a timely event, or even a person or unexpected communication.

The Need for Signs Before the Resurrection, the only way God could communicate with His creation was through the natural and supernatural realms.

Asking for Signs Most of us ask for an external, objective expression of God’s communication to us because we do not have confidence in what we have heard from Him internally.

Fleecing” “Fleecing” is a fairly common form of divine guidance through asking God to confirm His instruction by complying with a specific test.

Dreams, Visions, Trances and Open Visions

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