We read in Psalm 91:11-12 that God sends angels to protect us:
11 For he shall give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways. 12 They shall bear thee up in their hands, lest thou dash thy foot against a stone. (Psalm 91:11-12)
From Bible Hub, we get the interlinear version:
The Hebrew for “His angels” is מלאכיו (mal·’ā·ḵāw) gives the numerical equivalence 107. But the 107th number in base 8 is 153.
In an earlier article, we read that a belief in Judaism is that an angel is assigned to every prayer we utter. The angel presents the prayer in a pristine form to God. If so, then we can only come to the following stunning conclusion which essentially shows that not only an angel is assigned to Lord’s Prayer, but the angel also protects the person praying the Lord’s Prayer.
Conclusion: When we pray the Lord’s Prayer we know for sure that God will send an angel to us, and that that angel’s role is not only to present the Lord’s Prayer in its pristine form to Him, but also to protect us from the evil one.