Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep
those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand. Revelation 1:3



Lesson 10

Marking Code: A
Marking Color: Black
Key Text: Hebrews 1:13,14.


  1. Hebrews 1:13,14. Angel’s are God’s ministering messengers whom He sends to us to bless us and minister to our needs.


  1. Genesis 3:24. Angels are not the spirits of dead loved ones. They existed before the first human being died.


Job 38:3-7; Psalm 8:4,5.


  1. Ezekiel 28:14,15. Angels are created beings. Lucifer was the highest of the angels, the “anointed cherub.” God created him perfect and holy, but he allowed sin to enter his heart.


Colossians 1:16.


  1. Ezekiel 10:9, 12. Angels are not phantoms. They have form and body.


Genesis 19:1-3; 18:6-8; John 20:12; Ezekiel 1:14.


  1. Luke 20:35,36. Someday, we will have glorious bodies similar to the angels.


  1. Revelation 5:11. There are more angels than there are people.


Hebrews 12:22.


Note: Some Bible scholars believe that redeemed human beings will replace the vacancies left by the angels that followed Lucifer and were cast out of heaven.


  1. Matthew 18:10. Each of us has a guardian angel assigned to attend us.


Acts 12:15.


  1. Psalm 34:7. Angels protect us from danger during our journey through life.


Psalm 91:11, 12; Daniel 6:22; 2 Kings 6:16,17.


  1. Isaiah 6:2. There are different orders of angels-the Bible mentions cherubim and seraphim. Some apparently have wings or even multiple wings.


Ezekiel 28:14.


  1. Matthew 25:31. All the angels of heaven will accompany Jesus when He returns to earth the second time.


  1. Matthew 24:31. At Jesus’ coming, the angels will gather together the redeemed from all over the earth.




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