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Intro to Angels. Learning About Angels. Hebrew & Greek means “Messenger” and describes their most common function. Angels Remain Active During The: Patriarchal, Mosaic, Christian, and Heavenly Dispensations Primary Functions Include Communicating From God (John 20:12-13)

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Intro to angels

Intro to Angels


Learning about angels

Learning About Angels

  • Hebrew & Greek means “Messenger” and describes their most common function.

  • Angels Remain Active During The:

    • Patriarchal, Mosaic, Christian, and Heavenly Dispensations

  • Primary Functions Include

    • Communicating From God (John 20:12-13)

    • Ministering To God’s Beloved (Acts 5:19)

    • Destroying The Wicked (Luke 1:12, Acts 12:23)

    • Retrieving The Righteous (Luke 16:22 Matt. 13:49)


About angels

About Angels

  • Heavenly: They are primarily not of this world.

    • Luke 2:13

  • Immortal: They do not cease to exist.

    • Jude 1:6

  • Fallible: They can sin.

    • 2 Peter 2:4

  • Servants: Loyal To God or Satan

    • Luke 12:9, Revelation 12:9

  • Intelligent: Have language, measurement, and curiosity.

    • 1 Corinthians 13:1, Revelation 21:17, 1 Peter 1:12


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About Angels

  • Usually Invisible: Our eyes must be opened.

    • Acts 6:15

  • Personal: Have names and identities.

    • Luke 1:19, Jude 1:9, Revelation 12:7

  • Masculine or Without Gender: No record of female angels.

    • Genesis 19:1-15

  • Relational: Beyond Marriage

    • Matthew 22:30

  • Abundant: Thousands of Thousands

    • Matthew 26:53, Revelation 5:11


Two popular questions

Two Popular Questions

  • Do angels have wings?

    • The cherubim do have wings (Ex. 25:20) and the four living beings have four wings (Ezekiel 1:6) or six wings (Rev. 4:8) while angels sent to men generally come in glorified human form without mention of wings.

  • Do we have guardian angels?

    • “their angels” (Matthew 18:10)

    • Psalm 34:4-9


Our work today

Our Work Today

  • Have Faith In God’s Angels

    • Acts 23:8

  • Don’t Be Deceived By False Angels

    • Galatians 1:6-9

  • Don’t Let Angels Become An Idol

    • Colossians 2:18

  • Thank God For The Role Angels Play Even When We Don’t Know Precisely When They Are At Work


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Intro to Angels


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