A Tiny Angel

I am a tiny angel ...
I'm smaller than your thumb;
I live in people pockets,
That's where I have my fun.

I don't suppose you've seen me,
I'm too tiny to detect;
Though I'm with you all the time,
I doubt we've ever met.

Before I was an Angel ...
I was a fairy in a flower;
God, Himself, hand-picked me,
And gave me Angel power.

Now God has many Angels
That He trains in Angel pools;
We become His eyes, and ears, and
hands ... We become His special tools.

And because God is so busy,
With way too much to do;
He said that my assignment
Was to keep close watch on you.

Then He tucked me in your pocket,
Blessing you with Angel care;
Saying I must never leave YOU,
And I vowed to stay right there!

Virginia Ellis
Copyright © 1999

This is a cute poem, however wrong Theology.
The "fairy" turning into an Angel is wrong doctrine.
Yet this poem speaks of a Bible truth, God sends Angels to watch over us.

And I am sure one is watching you right now!
We thank Virginia Ellis for her poem...

"For God shall give His Angels charge over thee, to keep you in all thy ways." Psalm 91:11

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