“You’re an angel!”
Usually those words mean, “You’re an extremely kind, helpful person.”
Person as in human being, not a supernatural entity. Someone who shows up just when we need a helping hand. Sent by God, perhaps, but human nonetheless.
The Bible suggests that a fair number of people could have exclaimed, “You’re an angel!” and meant those words literally. Angels showed up in dreams and in broad daylight, to help and warn and encourage. Of course, those encounters happened thousands of years ago.
Are they still happening? Well, why not here? Why not now?
I wonder …
(If the YouTube title and controls get in your way while the video is playing, move your cursor away from the image and they should disappear.)
Don’t forget to read the scripture verses referenced on each page of “I Wonder, Do Angels Still March.” You can look up passages online and choose from a number of different translations at BibleGateway.com.
There are more angel visitations recorded in the Bible besides these. But six verses were plenty for one song!
For the Christmas season, “I Wonder, Do Angels Still Sing” looks at angel appearances that surrounded the birth of Jesus Christ. It’s set to the same tune (ST CLEMENT by Clement Scholefield).
I hope you enjoy these mini music videos. My Holy GhostWriter keeps pushing me to learn new ways to share our work. Today, it was Moviemaker and YouTube. What’s next?
I wonder …
Please drop a comment to share your thoughts and experiences about angels among us. And let me know what you think of the YouTube video presentations.