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Have you ever seen an Angel The word ANGEL conjures an image of something with wings a harp and a halo Or maybe you think that an angel is someone that has died and came back with wings a harp and a halo sitting on a cloud plucking the harp and waiting to arrive at some unknown destination The Hebrew word for angel is malak which means to dispatch as a deputy messenger ambassador The Greek word for angel is aggelos which means to bring tidings a messenger The word angel is used in one form or another 198 times in the Bible Common angels are real personal beings with personal bodies and personal souls including feelings emotions passions and desires as well as personal spirits including all intellectual powers as we know them Angels can be visible or invisible depending on what their particular mission happens to be at any given time Invisible things are made up of material substance which is visible in its own realm An angel can manifest himself in all his God given glory or he can appear as a mere mortal or not at all depending on what he is sent to do It is evident that angels can and do appear in the form of a man as stated in Hebrews 132 which says Be not forgetful to entertain strangers for thereby some have entertained angels unawares Angels are not naked babies with feeble little rudimentary wing stubs as depicted in Catholic art or the ceramic figurines that you see at your local gift shop Angels are mighty beings of large stature Angels are not people humans who have died Another thing that angels are often confused with is cherubim or cherub but a cherub is a whole new creature entirely And you thought youd be an angel People cant handle the concept that they might go to hell so
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