The idea that people have Guardian Angels is wrong!
The Bible teaches us, in the New Testament, that Jesus became the Comforter after He was murdered on the cross. The Bible teaches us that the Comforter is the Spirit of Truth and the Spirit of Prophecy. The Bible teaches that God lives inside us and that Jesus sits at the right hand of God.
The Comforter is the Holy Spirit, who is Jesus sitting inside us at the right hand of God. The Bible teaches that Jesus’ name is the Word of God, which is the Bible, which contains prophecy and truth. This all adds up to Jesus is inside us as our conscience.
Now, if Jesus is the angel living inside us, then Jesus is our only Guardian Angel. Yet, churches persist in teaching that people have various angels guarding them, when it is only one angel named Jesus; and He isn’t guarding anyone that doesn’t believe, accept, and do the commandments of God the Father as recorded in the Bible. Therefore, on the subject of Guardian Angels: people who have rejected the Bible do not have a Guardian Angel!
There is one other type angel depicted in Zechariah chapter 5: a feathery two-winged female angel. This is the angel seen on Christmas cards, flying over the birth manger of Jesus. These type angels are shown on pages of Bibles, and hurled at us on the big screen.
Two-winged angels are also found inside churches as pictures and statues; as well as on grave stones in cemeteries; and on top of monuments and Capital buildings. These two-winged angels are literally splashed across the globe by present day Christianity, no matter what the denomination.
Their large white wings of feathers extend gloriously from their backs. In the Vatican, in Rome, the ledge joining the ceiling to the walls is lined with two-winged angels, who are young women with very tiny breasts and two large white feathery wings. Also, baby boys, better known as Cupie dolls (so named after Cherubs and Cupid). They are seen with their bows and arrows in hand and their wings of feathers. They are the legendary figures that supposedly infect people with love for someone.