Your Angels Are Listening
Creflo A. Dollar

People may doubt the existence of angels, but the Word is clear about the truth. There are heavenly beings assigned to Believers and they are waiting for us to give them assignments daily. Hebrews 1:14 says angels are “ministering” spirits sent to minister to the heirs of salvation. Who are the heirs of salvation? You and me! Angels are part of God’s covenant promise of divine protection for those who believe in Him; however, it takes faith to activate angelic power in your life.

Psalm 103:20 says, “Bless the Lord, ye his angels, that excel in strength, that do his commandments, hearkening unto the voice of his word. Bless ye the Lord, all ye his hosts; ye ministers of his, that do his pleasure.” One of the keys to releasing angels in your life is to speak the Word of God. These powerful beings don’t just move because you want them to. The Word says they hearken unto the voice of God’s Word. That means until you speak the Word of God, they will not go to work on your behalf.

Many people don’t believe angels are real, but I am a living witness that they do exist. Had it not been for angels, I wouldn’t be here today. Six years ago, I was in a car accident so bad that when the police showed up they called the coroner. They thought everyone involved was dead. I was riding in a truck with other ministers to a finance convention in Sacramento, California, when someone ran a red light and struck the car we were in. When the car hit us, I saw my angels. I am confident it is because of them that my life was redeemed from destruction that day.

The Bible says in Psalm 91:11, 12, “For he shall give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways. They shall bear thee up in their hands, lest thou dash thy foot against a stone.” Isn’t it comforting to know God has made provision for your divine protection? It is part of your covenant right as a Christian. All you have to do is receive it by faith and begin commanding your angels on a daily basis.

In Daniel 3, God sent angels to rescue three young men from a fiery furnace—Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego—because they trusted God and refused to bow down to another god. As a result of their faith in God and His protection, the eyes of their persecutors were opened, and Daniel 3:28 says the king of the land had no choice but to acknowledge the God of Israel. Now that’s power!

God sends angels to protect His servants. Here are some keys for you to activate angelic protection in your life:

1. Trust

Trust is a force of commitment. When you trust God no matter what is going on around you, you demonstrate your commitment to Him, even in the midst of challenging times. Trust will enable you to release your angels with confidence (Psalm 34:7).

2. Believe

God is committed to those who believe His Word (Luke 1:45, Matthew 18:10). You have to believe God will protect you and angels will carry out this aspect of your salvation at your command.

3. Serve God

Your service to God and His Kingdom provokes angelic protection (Psalm 91:11, AMP).

4. Pray

Jesus said God would have sent twelve legions of angels to His rescue had He prayed for them. Prayer will release angels on your behalf (Matthew 26:51—53).

5. The name of Jesus

Calling on the name of Jesus will secure the attention of all the angels of God. They will come to your rescue (Hebrews 1:6).

6. Command your angels

You have to command your angels and assign them before they can work for you. You command the assistance of angels when you speak the Word of God (Psalm 103:20).

Isn’t it good to know you don’t have to depend solely on your own ability to protect yourself? Get your angels involved in your protection and walk free from fear every day!

-Creflo Dollar

Scripture References:

Hebrews 1:14

Psalm 103:20

Psalm 91:11,12

Daniel 3:28

Psalm 34:7

Hebrews 1:6


  1. do you have an angel story?? I and you probably do,,thanks mlb 2013

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