Guardian Angel tattoos have been slowly but surely gaining popularity over the past few decades for a good reason - if you get a guardian angel tattoo, it's like having your guardian angel with you all the time! Guardian angel tattoos are an extension of the Christian belief that holds that there are guardian angels for every person and that the guardian angels protect human beings in times of crisis. But a guardian angel tattoo is not reserved for Christians and different people with different religious backgrounds choose to have a guardian angel tattoo. Traditionally guardian angels have been viewed as a type of angel whose main purpose is to protect the person they are assigned to by God. Many people believe that the spirits of friends and family who have passed away become guardian angels who protect them. Most people picture angels with wings, but in fact, the Bible doesn't mention angels that have wings. Cherub tattoos are a popular form of guardian angel tattoos and for many, the cherub is the ultimate guardian angel figure. In the Old Testament they are described as the throne bearers of God and in Islam and Christianity they are described as celestial attendants of God who praise him constantly. The Guardian Angel Tattoos are popular also among many celebrities. Here are some, to name a few: Drew Barrymore, Beyonce, Fred Durst, David Beckham Justin Timberlake, Melanie C. Crazes and fads may come and go but when choosing to have a guardian angel tattoo you will most likely never regret it as it will always have a deep meaning for you, and will reflect your inner beauty and spirituality.
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