Heavenly angels, often referred to as guardian angels, are mentioned numerous times in the Scriptures. Therein we learn that angels are spiritual beings created by God to serve him, and sent by God to watch over the human race, to deliver his message, to guard and protect us from danger, to do battle with other spiritual beings on our behalf.
Since the beginning of time, angels have delivered God's messages to mankind. Sometimes the messages are warnings of impending danger, sometimes instructions as to what to do in a particular situation, sometimes they are simply "there" as protection from enemy forces. Sometimes they bring joyful announcements as in the day they announced the birth of Jesus.
I am often asked by skeptics, Why do we need angels? In truth, I don't know. God can deal with us in any way that pleases him to do so. He can speak with us directly, in a burning bush, in dreams, visions and specifically through the Scriptures. Yet, he also employs angels. The Scripture says angels were created for his pleasure. Perhaps it is as simple as that -- it pleases God to send the supernatural heavenly beings we call "angels" to minister to his children.
I don't know about you .... but
Since the start of the "I Believe in Angels" website in 1995, it has become a popular resource of those looking for Biblical truth about God's holy creatures, Angels. This site is dedicated to presenting the subject from a Biblical perspective instead of following the popular cult path where angels are worshiped and otherwise deified. While we believe angels are very important in the world today, we hold the biblical view that they are created beings that serve their Creator, and obey His commands. If you have a problem with my viewpoint, I invite you to drop me an email and we'll enter into dialog.
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What do a sixteen-year-old, red haired girl named Lucy, an angel called Bartle, the FBI and demons have in common? In this riveting story they are tied together with an intriguing plot that involves kidnapping, murder and fast-paced action, as demons scheme to keep Lucy from realizing her legacy.
The story unfolds from two points of view: Lucy’s and Bartle’s. To make her mother happy, Lucy asks Bartle to go somewhere else to “hang out”. From her viewpoint, he becomes transparent on her sixteenth birthday, a day Lucy describes as the worst day of her life. From Bartle’s viewpoint, that day was when the battle to save Lucy began. What happens next is a bazaar series of events that will keep you riveted to the story as you see what is happening in two realms: visible and invisible, and in three dimensions: earth, heaven and in between.
Here’s what beta readers are saying:
Heidi M., Ellijay, GA – “I can’t stop reading it. I am literally having to force myself away to get up and do stuff around the house. One being get dressed. This is most definitely anointed. God is teaching so many truths here. There are too many to even address. My heart is so filled with joy right now that God is using you in this way.”Read more: Lucy's Angel - a Book You Will Love- Coming Soon to Amazon Kindle