Where Angels Trod

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Where Angels Trod

Wow, my mind exploded as I thought of walking where God’s angels trod. In the Heavenlies, with the saints who have gone before us. Then I realized something. God’s angels are with us, each and every step of each and every day.

My favorite verse in the entire Bible is Psalm 91:11. I call it my 911! prayer – that’s simply what it looks like to me – 911! And it’s pretty handy scripture in any emergency – and every day too.

Have you ever thought about walking where God's angels trod? "Come to Me and see," our Holy God invites us to come to Him and walk where His angels trod.

For He will give His angels orders concerning you,
to protect you in all your ways.
Psalm 91:11 HCSB

Powerful promise of protection from our Almighty God. Remember, carry your shield high and do one more thing. Do not let the angels God’s assigned to you sit on the sidelines, on the bench or in the unemployment line. Ask God to put them to work on your behalf.

May I walk with You, my God?
May I walk where angels trod?
Would You look at me and nod?
Holy Lord, You alone are God.

Come to Me!
Come and see!
Glory be –
Eternally.

When I fall on bended knee
You hear my deep heartfelt plea.
You invite me to come and see.
Yes, You say, “Come to Me.”

Jesus Christ – He’s My Son.
He’s the One, the only One,
Who makes the enemy come undone.
Come and meet my only Son.

When the daylight dims to dark.
When I pray it lights a spark.
This quest is not just a lark,
For Holy angels call out, “Hark!”

Come to Me!
Come and see!
Glory be –
Eternally.

Angels trod across this land.
You order them to take the hand
Of the one who cannot stand.
In Christ, we claim, “Yes, we can!”

Yes we can
Take a stand.
Walk this land
Hand in hand.

With our God
Our feet are shod
In the Gospel
Of our Mighty God.

Come to Me!
Come and see.
Glory be –
For all eternity.

I pray blessings over you today. May God order His angels to protect you wherever you go today, tomorrow, and each day thereafter. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

Do you know each angel has one assignment, one unique task? Makes me wonder how many angels God has assigned to you today…

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23 thoughts on “Where Angels Trod

  1. Visiting as your neighbour at Chasing Community. I love the whole of Psalm 91- it’s one of my favourite parts of the Bible and I find it very reassuring.

    1. Patrick,
      Hindsight is powerful when we look back and see! I think I kept (keep?) my guardian angels on their toes, especially as you said that dumb stuff…!
      Susan

  2. Susan,
    I love this poem and your words were a VERY GOOD reminder to me. I love how you said:
    “Do not let the angels God’s assigned to you sit on the sidelines, on the bench or in the unemployment line.”
    My friend is very intentional about commissioning the angels assigned to her for work every morning. At first I thought she was a little off, but I have seen the results in her life of how frequently miracles happen. I’m going to start prayerfully commissioning my angels 🙂
    Praying you are truly filled with joy as you bask in the hope of how we will one day live where angels trod.
    ~Sherry Stahl
    xoxo

    1. Sherry, YES! She sees – and others do too – the power of God and His angels guarding, guiding and protecting her. That is AWESOME! Where Angels trod…Hugs, Susan

  3. I love that being a 9-1-1 verse. I hope I’ll remember that because I love this verse too, Susan. I’m so grateful we have Someone always watching over us.

  4. Yes! It reminds me of the army of Angels that Elisha prayed for his servant to see. As we pray, the angels receive their battle commands. Such a powerful thought!! Open our eyes, Lord, to see like you opened the eyes of Elisha’s servant!

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