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From Heaven High The Angels Come

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  1. When he died, Jesus said, “the angels carried him to Abraham’s side (i.e., to heaven)” (Luke ). But the Bible also reminds us that we are never alone if we’ve given our lives to Jesus Christ, because God has come to live within us by His Holy Spirit and has adopted us into His family.
  2. May 27,  · Fallen angels started out not-so-different at all, and there's a lesson to be learned there. The first — and often, the only — fallen angel most people think of is the Christian version of Lucifer, who took on God, fell from heaven, and went on to run a nightclub and consult with the LAPD.
  3. The angels haven’t always existed; God created them, and He did so before He even made the universe. Although at times they can take on the appearance of human beings (or of glorious heavenly beings, such as appeared to the shepherds on that first Christmas night), they are essentially spiritual beings who were created to serve God.
  4. The reason is that there are good and bad angels. There are good angels in heaven and bad angels on earth and in hell. Unsuspecting people can be easily fooled by a bad angel with a false message (Jude ) - it often happens. We're warned by God to biblically discern messages from these fallen angels .
  5. The New Testament makes over a hundred references to angels, but uses the word "archangel" only twice, at Thessalonians ("For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first", KJV) and Jude ("Yet Michael the archangel, when contending with the devil he disputed about the body.
  6. The angels will come and separate the wicked from the righteous and throw them into the blazing furnace, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth” (Matthew ).
  7. From heaven high, O angels, come, Eya, eya, susani, susani, susani. Come music, song, come pipe and drum, Alleluia, alleluia. Of Jesus sing and Maria. Let every instrument join in, Eya, eya, susani, susani, susani. Bring lute and harp and violin, Alleluia, alleluia.
  8. Harold Armstrong Baker (–), known as H.A. Baker, was an American author and Pentecostal missionary to Tibet from to , to China from to , when forced to leave the mainland, and then in Taiwan from until his death in With his wife and co-worker Josephine, Pastor Baker began the Adullam Rescue Mission for street children in Yunnan Province, China/5(1).

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