The only limit to the number of angel guardians is the number of humans, not the number of angels.
God created the angels for many purposes, including guiding, protecting, encouraging and strengthening us.
Scripture tells us that angels are God’s servants, sent by Him into the world to serve His will.
Perhaps, the most important role for angels is praising and glorifying God.
The Bible tells us that angels are His servants, carrying out His will and work for our good.
We know from this verse from Hebrews that angels are ministering spirits, sent to serve those who are going to receive salvation.
They also reveal information and minister to believers in general.
The big question for many people is whether each person is assigned a guardian angel.
God’s promise through the psalmist to Jesus applies to us as well.
It is here that the Lord promises the Israelites that they would be guided and kept in their way through the wilderness to the Promised Land of Canaan. This was the Angel of the Lord, an Old Testament manifestation of Christ Himself.