Messengers of God. They are not a figment of creative minds, they are VERY real. Angels were created by God to protect, serve and communicate to people for purposes according to God’s will. The Bible mentions angels numerous times:
1. Angels were around sometime before the creation of the universe and one-third of them rebelled against God, led by Lucifer (Satan), and cast out of heaven to end up on the Earth
2. the angel Gabriel appeared to Mary to announce she was expecting the Christ Child
3. Angels appeared in the rural countryside to announce Jesus's birth to the shepards in Luke chapter 2
4. angels appeared at the garden tomb to announce the resurrection of Jesus
5. Angels will be present at judgement day to cast nonbelievers into the Lake of Fire
6. The Bible says Angels come to escort believers into heaven upon death, and other passages in scripture where they appear.
7.The Bible also teaches that angels are so numerous that they cannot be counted. There are numerous legions of them and several legions alone that surround the Throne of God to worship him. Jesus told his disciples while he was being arrested that, "Know ye not I could send a legion of angels from my Father to rescue me?"
The Bible specifically tells us that we need to be cautious of our behavior and what we do because we could be “entertaining an angel.” Our images of angels often give them wings (some have six according to the Bible) and a hallow. Contrary to popular belief, dead believers do NOT become angels. Angels and people are totally different according to the scriptures. Satan is an angel believe it or not BUT a fallen one. His deamons are among the one-third who rebelled against God and cast out of heaven.
Angels are not a figment of imaginations at the time of the European Rennneisance. They are very real.
Angels are messengers of God, created to fulfill a specific purpose assigned by God.
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