Angels exist, they are real. God created them below Christ and above man. They are spirit beings.

Angels are referred to between 294-305 times in the Bible. According to an article in, the Old Testament references them 116 times and the New Testament 175 times.

Angels were created by God to serve Him and carry out His will. They were created to be lower than Jesus but higher than man. They are not human and exist through time as celestial beings.

Satan, once known as Lucifer, was God’s favorite, a melodic angel that revolted wanting to become. Ore powerful than God himself. He and his band of companion angels were rejected from heaven. They are referred to as fallen angels.

Angels are classified by God, their creator. There is more than one type of angel.

Angels are God’s ministering spirits.

Angels protect those who are heirs of Salvation.

Angels are spiritual creatures and are created holy, without sin.

Angels were created as creatures.

Angels cannot procreate, do not die and are eternal.

Angels can give us physical protection.

Guardian angels are real and upon God’s command look over us. See Psalm 91:11, Matthew 18:10, Ephesians 1:12,5-6; Eph 1:20, and Rev 20:3.

Angels are good and bad. Angels visit people. Good angels help us I. Dire times of need. Bad angels hold up our blessings in the second heaven and cause chaos and havoc on earth.

Images – LAB’s Photography; YouVersion,

Resources – Angels, God’s Ministering Spirits.; A gels by Part Robertson,;

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