Does everyone have a guardian angel?
Yes. When the apostle Peter
was arrested and ready to be killed,
everyone expected him to die, but
they prayed for his release, anyway.
The Lord caused him to be rescued
through a miracle. But nobody
expected this. So when he appeared
at the door, a girl answered, and
ran to tell everyone. They didn't
believe her, and said, "It is his
angel," meaning his guardian angel
(Acts 12:5-15). There are other
instances where angels have appeared
to help people.
However, angels do not normally
take the form of human beings. There
may be rare times when they do. The
Bible says that people have
"entertained angels unawares."
It does happen on occasion.
There have also been rare instances
where people have felt the presence
of angels protecting them. But
usually, God sends people to help.
And angels stay in the spirit-realm
doing things like keeping a horse
from throwing its rider, or keeping
a person from getting hurt some
other way. Angels take their orders
from Jesus; we never pray to them,
and we can't order them around. At
the present time, the angels are
greater than we are, because God
made us "a little lower than the
heavenly beings" (Psalm 8:5).
When we pray to the Father in Jesus'
name, if the spiritual battle is in
doubt, that prayer can tip the
balance in God's favor.