ANGELS by Donna Spangenberg Sometimes the Lord sends Angels To walk upon this earth. The forms they take are varied, From the moment of their birth. He sent them here to teach us, In so many different ways, The reason why we’re living,
Holy Ones By Matthew James Kovich Blessed are the holy ones, the men who live on high; they are the messengers of God, True devotees of Christ. Whether lowly angel class, or archangels they be; or up the nine-stepped stairway known as Heavens
I ONCE KNEW AN ANGEL Brandi Brimer I once knew an angel who could not stay I once knew an angel who had to go away I once knew an angel who loved to smile I once knew an angel who only stayed
Angels Among Us by Joyce Scheel There are always angels among us. There are angels when the children get on the bus, There are angels when you get in a car accident, There are angels when your daughter pays her first rent. There
Angels by Angel Bette Graceful, free, they move in silent knowing, gently nudging, not intruding, they guide us down the path. Listen closely, softly speaking, they know where we need to be, and when… and even why.
An Angel Poem by Joyce Scheel There is a place called heaven, In the beautiful skys. When a person is in need, The angels arise. God’s precious jewels, Are the angels from above. The are God’s creatures, Full of love for you and
Guardian Angel Nancy Sue Meyer © 1-22-98 Guardian Angel, by my bedside, guide me gently, as I take flight. You whisk me, to places unknown, where all is beautiful and free. I never feel cold or frightened, with your wings wrapped around me.
An Angel by Linda Cormier Lying in my bedroom many years ago Though it seems like it was only yesterday With a delicate melody of tinkling bells Accompanied by sparkling stardust glitter That shaped into a form of a man There stood the
A Simple Poem by Jesse Lambert Angel of sweet mystery, always stand by my side, when I need help I will turn to you, when I need love you are there. Angel sent from the heavens above, sent from God to me, hold
My Angels by Beth They’re everywhere and everywhere and they’re not there we can’t see them; we can’t see God; It would be too much But they’re there. They always have been there and always will be Sometimes you feel them your back