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What Jesus Said About Angels
Let's sort out from all the things we think we know about angels, what exactly Jesus said and
taught about them. When we read the four gospels in the New Testament, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John,
we see He talked quite freely and naturally about angels.
For one, when Jesus comes again, He'll be accompanied by angels who will be sent to gather
His chosen people from all over earth and Heaven.
This will be a "harvest of souls" time, and the angels will be the harvesters. They are sent
to weed out everything that causes sin and all who do evil, and cast them into a fiery furnace. That
Not the angels, nor even Jesus, know exactly when this will be. Only God knows.
All unbelievers will be separated and cast into the place prepared for Satan and his
rebellious angels, or demons.
Little ones, (children) have angels assigned to them, and they are always watching the face
of God the Father as well, for any hint of an assignment to protect their little charges. Therefore,
Jesus warned, we should not look down on the little ones. They have strong helpers.
Jesus could call on the Father, and have 12 legions of angels at His service. (There were
6000 to a Roman army legion unit).
If we are ashamed to be identified with Jesus now, He will not acknowledge us before the
Father and the angels.
After the resurrection we will be celibate (single) - like angels.
In the parable of poor Lazarus who died, Jesus taught that angels carry our spirit away upon
death to the place of the patriarchs, or believers who have already died.
The angels look on as Jesus and God and the Holy Spirit rejoice when a sinner repents.
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