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Angels, Now!

Updated on June 19, 2013
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Naim and Namquiat. Those are the names of my angels, given to me in a dream. According to the dream these two angels are my protectors against malicious forces or entities.

But long before the dream gave me my angels’ names, I have already started the practice of calling for angels’ help whenever and wherever: “Angels, now!”

Angels, Now!

For some reason this call for help seems to be like a simple prayer springing from a child’s heart. The prayer must somehow have originated from my childhood days and was stored safely in my subconscious for recall on some future, seemingly uneventful date.

It doesn’t seem to matter when or where our prayer took its origin from. Faith that our prayer has already been heard and responded to, even before we thought of praying, seems to be of utmost importance.

“…whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it and it will be yours.” –Mk 11:24

From Embraced by the Light, where Betty Eadie wrote about her near death experience:

“I saw many lights shooting up from the earth like beacons. … I was surprised as I was told that these beams of power are the prayers of people on earth.

I saw the angels rushing to answer the prayers. They were organized to give as much help as possible. As they worked within this organization, they literally flew from person to person, from prayer to prayer, and were filled with love and joy by their work. They delighted to help us and were especially joyful when somebody prayed with enough intensity and faith to be answered immediately. They always responded to the brighter, larger prayers first, then each prayer in turn, until all of them were answered.”

Angels in Times of Need

As I was wont to do, I resorted to my short prayer of “Angels, now!” last week when there was a critical situation that developed at work. Such situation was one of the most difficult experiences for me as there are more no established or documented procedures yet, as the team transitioned from one leader to another. In awe, I bowed down in prayers of gratitude as the crisis dissipated before I had to resort to contingency mode.

The day after, another critical situation lingered from the tail end of the previous day. I had to go on contingency, “Angels, now!” Again the situation did not escalate into a full blown crisis, enabling me to handle all the demands of the situation. I then contemplated on my feelings of awe, gratitude and love to God and my angels for seeing me through.

In Everything

Before leaving for work, I call to my angels for protection, “Angels, now!”

I am the type who used to worry a lot. Whenever the bus driver is speeding, I worry. “Angels, now!” Whenever there are drastic changes at work, I worry. “Angels, now!” Having developed this habit of praying this short prayer, it seems that I worry a lot less. It’s actually more like things still cause me to worry but the worry thoughts crumble under the power of prayer.

Whenever or wherever, we can make it a habit to always be in prayer. For one, it keeps away negative thoughts, such as worry. But really the benefits are immeasurable, as God sends his angels and wills his universe to bring us what’s best for us.


Please remember to make it a point to recall all the times when your prayer was answered. This gives you a growing confidence in the power of your own prayer.

More from Embraced by the Light

“I was distinctly told that all prayers of desire are heard and answered. When we have great need, or when we are praying for other people, the beams project straight from us and are immediately visible. I was also told that there is no greater prayer than that of a mother for her children. These are the purest prayers because of their intense desire and, at times, sense of desperation. A mother has the ability to give her heart to her children and to implore mightily before God for them. We all have the ability, however, to reach God with our prayers.

I understood that once our prayers of desire have been released, we need to let go of them and trust in the power of God to answer them. He knows our needs at all times and is simply waiting for an invitation to help us. He has all power to answer prayers, but he is bound by his own law and by our wills. We must invite his will to become our own. We must trust him. Once we have asked with sincere desire, doubting nothing, we will receive.” Page 105.


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    • Quirinus profile imageAUTHOR

      Queirdkus Ω Ibidem 

      5 years ago from Sitting on the Rug

      Thanks for honoring the hub with your Presence and sharing. It is very inspiring to hear other people share about their angel experiences.

      Your comment gave me food for thought in mentioning about your relating to Angels as if to a Parent/Close friend. My feeling is that they will relate to us in the context we need most, for our life situation. In my case, it feels like with a Friend or Brother/Sister who I have grown up/spend a lifetime with.

      You’re most welcome. Am looking forward to find Angel hubs on your pages as well!

    • EllenJent profile image

      Ellen Jent 

      5 years ago

      This is a beautiful Hub, thank you for sharing your insights and wisdom. I too have several Archangels that I work with frequently. They are indeed Divine Creatures of unconditional love and are always willing to aid in our everyday life if given permission. I find my prayers have become more of a conversation with a Parent/Close friend, and they do respond with kindness, grace and love.

      Thank you again for sharing this beautiful Hub.



    • Quirinus profile imageAUTHOR

      Queirdkus Ω Ibidem 

      5 years ago from Sitting on the Rug

      =) You're most welcome, pstraubie48. (=

      Am interested in reading about angels. Thanks for sending Angels over and letting me know about your angel hubs. Would like to hop over to these. May I have the link to a favorite one of yours?

    • pstraubie48 profile image

      Patricia Scott 

      5 years ago from sunny Florida

      Prayers are answered ...I agree. We may not always want the answer we get but I do believe they are all heard and responded to.

      Trust Him....for sure.

      I have also written about Angels and feel them ever present in my life and the lives of my family.

      Thanks for sharing this with us.

      And Sending Angels to you this 26th evening of our new year. :) ps


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