02 Jun '11 01:33>
What is their purpose?
Originally posted by menace71Hebrews 1:14
They are ministers or servants of God. They appear all over scripture. Some guard the very throne of God. Where do they dwell? Also some are fallen.
Originally posted by galveston75Maybe, they use their "wings" to quickly fly from place to place,
Amplified Bible (AMP)
14 Are not the angels all ministering spirits (servants) sent out in the service [of God for the assistance] of those who are to inherit salvation?
Yes they are ministers of God. But how do they do this assignment given them by God?
Originally posted by stokerJohn 1:2-3
so did god create the angels.. or were they around with gods eternaty i agree they are there to minister to gods will and do his decree, but did he create them ??
Originally posted by menace71That could be because as you said they could materialize at one time and even mate with humans. And it would seem to me with some of the things we see that man has made such as the pyramids in Egypt and Mexico and all the astrological importance that was in their design, it would almost seem there had to be a strong influence from the fallen angels or demons to get these societies so steeped in that belief which of course is condemned in the Bible.
Maybe the aliens are angels? After all they are supposed to be beings from somewhere else. Different dimension? The fallen angels were once on the earth according to Genesis.
Originally posted by RJHindsBut aren't the angels spirits and they would not be bound to physical elements such as air that humans have learned to use to fly in our atmosphere? Plus there is no atmosphere in the void of space. Right? Just a thought....
Like I said, to fly from place to place quickly like pilots do.
Pilots need wings to fly. They wewr a symbol of wings on their
Originally posted by galveston75Don't you believe there is atmosphere in the space above the earth?
But aren't the angels spirits and they would not be bound to physical elements such as air that humans have learned to use to fly in our atmosphere? Plus there is no atmosphere in the void of space. Right? Just a thought....