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WE ARE SPIRITS OF SERVICE WHO ARE SENT INTO SERVICE

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WE ARE SPIRITS OF SERVICE SENT INTO SERVICE

Behold, are they not all spirits of service, who are sent into service for the sake of those who are going to inherit life? Heb 1:14

Are they not all ministering spirits, sent forth to minister for them who shall be heirs of salvation? Heb 1:14

For He will give His angels charge concerning you, To guard you in all your ways. Psa 91:11

For it is written, He shall give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee:  Luke 4:10

He shall give his angels charge, etc. Charge; charge is a strict command, more than a bare command; as when you would have a servant do a business certainly and fully, you lay a charge upon him, I charge you that you do not neglect that business; you do not barely tell what he should do, prescribe him his work, but you charge him to do it. So says the Lord unto the angels: My servants or children, now they are in the plague and pestilence, O my angels, I change you stir not from their houses, I charge you, stir not from such an one's bedside; it is a charge, "He shall give his angels charge."

Further, he doth not only, and will not only charge his angel, but his angels; not one angel charged with the safety of his people, but many angels; for their better guard and security, "He shall give his angels charge." And again, "He will give his angels charge over thee to keep thee;" to keep thee; charge over thee and to keep thee; not only over the whole church of God, but over every particular member of the church of God; "He will give his angels charge over thee to keep thee;" this is his marvellous care. Well, but besides this, "He will give his angels charge to keep thee in all thy ways," not in some of thy ways, but in all thy ways. As God's providence is particular in regard of our persons, so it is universal in regard of our ways.

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