To work with the angels, we have to be walking with the angels, and this starts by recognising that they are part of God's Kingdom. For some people, this is already a reality, but others have not yet given any thought to this. The scriptures are full of the angelic and give us a lot of details about what they do and how some of them look. I am not going to get into that. Instead, I would say to go and read the Bible as this would be a fun topic to study.
When walking close to angels, I start by thanking God that they are part of my life and asking Him what I can do to help them fulfil their role in my life instead of fighting them. Fighting them is working against them rather than with them! Through many of my encounters with the angels, I began to learn very quickly that we spend a great deal of time-fighting them: first because we do not know they are working for us and second because we do not see their roles in our lives. Every time we honour them for what they are doing around us we bring glory to God for what He has created. We do not worship the angels, but giving honour is respecting the angels for what they do, even though we might not see what they are doing.
Having a good prayer life is key to walking with the angels. The angels are the ones who do all the work in the Spirit realm, and when we pray, it’s the angels that have released this in the Spirit. They act upon our prayers and know if what we are praying is pure or soulish, and is also true when we prophesy, but that is another topic for a later date. If we pay attention when we are praying, and we can feel the presence of God, then there are times when we can feel or sense a light touch on our shoulder, back or head. When this is happening, it’s your guardian angel ministering to you. If you think this is happening, do not forget to thank your guarding angel afterwards for fulfilling their role? They have feelings like us, and even they like to be acknowledged once in a while.
Timothy, author and friend of God, shares out of a place of daily walking face-to-face with the Lord, encountering both the angelic and the saints of old, seeing and understanding things from a heavenly perspective.