Anonymous askedDo you believe in angels? If you do, what do you see them as? Guardians, warriors, messengers, or something else entirely?
I take them as they’ve been described to me in the Word of God. Of course, scholars are going to discuss to keep the scriptures in perspective, but from what’s written of them… there’s not much to debate.
All of the above would be a good opinion. Since this is a question of personal opinion, let’s go into detail.
In the book of Genesis, angels are described as the Sons of God. They were created to worship him and honour Him. So basically, whatever He tells them to do is exactly what they’re going to do. Well, except the third of heaven that fell with Lucifer. But they’re not called angels anymore, now are they?
They have been used as messengers. An angel appeared to the mother of Christ to speak to her of the blessing that was about to be bestowed upon the world. There was an angel that guarded the Garden of Eden. Cherubim, are warrior angels that go to and fro like rooks on a chess piece. And they’re pretty awesome.
To put it short, I believe in them because the Word of God mentions them. And that they as well praise our Lord and saviour. If you’d like to know more about them, open your bible, darling. You’ll be able to see them just as the Lord has depicted them to be and seek your own understanding. C=