Angels ĖThey are, "messengers," used by God. They are to deliver messengers to humans and thatís all. They are and were not to get into conversations with human were they have to make decisions on what is best for HUMANS. Ps-103-20. Praise the LORD, you his angels, you mighty ones who do his bidding, who obey his word.
They are in GODís control. Man can not control angels and when Satan Lied (Imply & Lies) He made himself an Opposer of GOD. Why did He do it?† To test GOD and He wanted man to worship him. He knew man was free-willed as he is, but man has limitations, we canít fly around in and out of heaven like spirit beings and Satan took advance of that. .Plus man has a lot of limitations when it comes to what angels can do and how they live. There is no male of female with angels and there is nothing we can do to kill them when they
1#Heb1_4 1:4 Being made so much better than the angels, as he hath by inheritance obtained a more excellent name than they. Is Jesus Real To You. The T/O Movement Denies Jesus as a Real Person AAIsJesusRealToYOUPart2.htm and AAIsJesusRealToYOU.htm
Angel, Summary: Angel, "messenger," is used of God, of men, and of an order of created spiritual beings whose chief attributes are strength and wisdom. 2 Samuel 14:20; Psalms 103:20; 104:4. In the O.T. the expression "the angel of the Lord" (sometimes "of God") usually implies the presence of Deity in angelic form. ;Genesis 16:1-13; 21:17-19; Genesis 22:11-16; 31:11-13; Exodus 3:2-4; Judges 2:1; 6:12-16; 13:3-22 (See Scofield "Malachi 3:1") . The word "angel" is used of men in ; Luke 7:24; James 2:25; Revelation 1:20; 2:1,8,12,18; 3:1,7,14 In Revelation 8:3-5. Christ is evidently meant. Sometimes angel is used of the spirit of man. ;Matthew 18:10; Acts 12:15. Though angels are spirits ; Psalms 104:4; Hebrews 1:14 power is given them to become
visible in the semblance of human form. Genesis 19:1 cf ; Genesis 19:5; Exodus 3:2; Numbers 22:22-31; Judges 2:1; 6:11,22; 13:3,6; 1 Chronicles 21:16,20; Matthew 1:20; Luke 1:26; John 20:12; Acts 7:30; 12:7,8, etc.). The word is always used in the masculine gender, though sex, in the human sense, is never ascribed to angels. ; Matthew 22:30; Mark 12:25. They are exceedingly numerous. ; Matthew 26:53; Hebrews 12:22; Revelation 5:11; Psalms 68:17. The power is inconceivable. 2 Kings 19:35. Their place is about the throne of God. ; Revelation 5:11; 7:11. Their relation to the believer is that of "ministering spirits, sent forth to minister for them who shall be heirs of salvation," and this ministry has reference largely to the physical safety and well-being of believers. ; 1 Kings 19:5; Psalms 34:7; 91:11; Daniel 6:22; Matthew 2:13,19; 4:11; Luke 22:43; Acts 5:19; Acts 12:7-10. From ; Hebrews 1:14; Matthew 18:10; Psalms 91:11 it would seem that this care for the heirs of salvation begins in infancy and continues through life. The angels observe us ; 1 Corinthians 4:9; Ephesians 3:10; Ecclesiastes 5:6 a fact which should influence conduct. They receive departing saints. Luke 16:22. Man is made "a little lower than the angels," and in incarnation Christ took "for a little "time" this lower place. ; Psalms 8:4,5;Hebrews 2:6,9 that He might lift the believer into His own sphere above angels. Hebrews 2:9,10. The angels are to accompany Christ in His second advent.Matthew. To them will be committed the preparation of the judgment of the nations. Matthew 13:30,39,41,42. See Scofield "Matthew 25:32". The kingdom-age is not to be subject to angels, but to Christ and those for whom He was made a little lower than the angels. Hebrews 2:5 An archangel, Michael, is mentioned as having a particular relation to
Fallen angels. Two classes of these are mentioned:
(See Scofield "Genesis 6:4")
(2) The angels who have Satan Genesis 3:1 as leader.
(See Scofield "Revelation 20:10") .
The origin of these is nowhere explicitly revealed. They may be identical with the demons.
1:6 And again, when he bringeth in the firstbegotten into the world, he saith, And let all the angels of God worship him.
"oikoumene" = inhabited earth. (See Scofield "Luke 2:1") .
1:9 Thou hast loved righteousness, and hated iniquity; therefore God, even thy God, hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness above thy fellows.
righteousness (See Scofield "1 John 3:7") .
iniquity lawlessness. (See Scofield "Romans 3:23") .
Salvation (See Scofield "Romans 1:16") .
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