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Angels: The Seen and Unseen


Elohim Inc.
January 12, 2024

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The Angels have not always existed, GOD created them, and He did so before He even made the universes. Angels are beings who have greater power and ability than humankind. They exist and appear in physical form or spiritual here on earth or in the heavens with a level of existence higher than the physical universe. Thus, some levels of Angels are also referred to as spirits and known as the "Unseen."When we observe and meet up with these messengers doing supernatural things, there is no complete understanding how they do these miracles as heavenly beings. However, those who believe it GOD the Fathers know these private messengers, work for the ultimate benefit to help evolve humans century after century and live and walk among us. Angels may work hard to guard the people they are assigned to protect from danger. Stories about Angels rescuing people facing destructive overbearing situations are popular in our culture. Some people from religious traditions like Catholicism believe that everyone has a guardian Angel divinely assigned to them for their entire life. Angels in worldly religions such as Judaism, Christianity, and Islam state that an important part of the Angels' work is to worship the GOD who created them, such as by praising him in heaven. Some religions, such as Islam, state that all Angels serve GOD faithfully. Other religions, such as Christianity, state that some Angels are faithful to GOD, while others have rebelled against him and are now known as demons and the evil ones. Angels are mentioned 273 times in the Bible referencing special messages, unique events, unexplainable miracles, promoting creational benevolence or following orders of death and destruction, hence Sodom and Gomorrah. The Bible states some Angels are GOD's messengers and likewise beware the Bible also states some Angels are GOD's Spiritual Army, telling us about facts not to forget of such legions of warring Angels with unlimited capacities. Some Angels have been described as "participants" in the creation and providential continuance of the cosmos though out the Heavens. Clement of Alexandria, influenced by Hellenistic cosmology, mentioned that the functions and the moving of the stars and control the four elements such as, earth, air, fire and water are controlled by GOD's assigned participating hierarchy of Angels. There are NINE (9) distinct types of Angels identified in biblical scripture. We know by popularity the Archangels are the most recognizable, however reviled in the Bible are many more Angel types whose functions are assigned to protect, care and inspire the humankind on earth. Both in the Old and in the New Testament, we see Angels have been named numerous times and each have a key position and chain of command in GOD's plan in addition to belonging to the army of GOD thought out the Universes. Angels are interwoven within the culture of man regardless of religion or your belief system, become informed in this study about "Angels" – "The Seen and Unseen". "The things visible and the things invisible," Beware of a stranger you meet, it may be an Angel, by Joseph J. Randazzo.

Author Description

Joseph J. Randazzo has been a Holy Bible student for over fifty years, starting when his grandfather, Jasper Lonigro, would read Bible stories to him as a little boy. Still very passionate and inspired to seek out and discover the unlimited, profound information layered within the greatest stories every told, found in the collection of sixty-six books that make up the Holy Bible directed by God and then delivered through the Holy Spirit to about forty selected chosen men of God, which transcended over forty generations, and bridging a fifteen hundred year plus period for the benefit of the terrestrial occupants of this planet to share with you.

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