THEIR ANGELS ALWAYS BEHOLD THE FACE OF MY FATHER
In our previous lesson, we were studying Matthew 18:5-9 where Jesus said to His disciples that they must take great care not to cause anyone who believes in Him to stumble. We saw that the stumbling is to be understood in the very serious sense of falling away from Christ.
‘Because God cares so much for each of His little ones,’ Jesus said, ‘That the punishment of the person responsible for their stumbling will be terrible. It will be so terrible that nothing a person could do to himself can compare with God’s action against that person.’
‘It would be better if he ties a great milestone around his neck and jumps in the depth of the sea. Even that is nothing compared to how God will deal with him on the day of judgment.’