if you study religion you will find the number 7 represent completeness or perfection.
in this is is about balance
While there are demons associated with the Seven Deadly Sins, there is no such association between specific angels and virtues.
What are some problems that cause the Angels to "choke" in the playoffs after their 2002 world title?
Every game was a tough fight. The Angels were on the short end of the stick. No matter how good players you have it really comes down to a play or two that will decide the fate of the series. There really is no equation to winning it all in the postseason.
How many incoming angels with bowls of blood will be shot down by the US air force?
f*ck the air force.
i have a 9mm, a 22, a 12 gauge and i'm pretty sure i still have my old .410 somewhere in addition to a red ryder bb gun. if any of them start dive--bombing my pace, i guarantee you they don't have a prayer
and this answer presumes 100% of things in evidence - 1) that i will defend my home against thugs and blood-bowl bearing avenging angels, and 2) i am a True Southern Girl and deadly f*cking accurate
How many times Jesus is introduced as the angel in the Bible? How many different angels Jesus is?
Ok, Jesus did not exist Until born of Mary, Prior to the Christ, Or the end member of the Trinity was regarded and known as the Angel of the Lord, Note this
Exd 3:2 And the angel of the LORD appeared unto him in a flame of fire out of the midst of a bush: and he looked, and, behold, the bush burned with fire, and the bush [was] not consumed.
Notice ? Angel of the Lord ? and look at the next Verse 4
Exd 3:4 And when the LORD saw that he turned aside to see, God called unto him out of the midst of the bush, and said, Moses, Moses. And he said, Here [am] I.
So The Angel of The Lord is God
Now Read Gen 16, Note verse 16 of that Chapter
Now Read Numbers 22 ,Just what is the Angel of the Lord in that Chapter ? The Authority of The Angel of the Lord in that Chapter indicates God
Now here is a Kicker
Jdg 2:1 And an angel of the LORD came up from Gilgal to Bochim, and said, I made you to go up out of Egypt, and have brought you unto the land which I sware unto your fathers; and I said, I will never break my covenant with you.
An Angel ? No ordinary angel here, how can an angle make a Covenant ? This is God
Read also Judges 5 and 6
Look at Judges 13:18 And the angel of the LORD said unto him, Why askest thou thus after my name, seeing it [is] secret? Now read through to verse 22 it Say's "And Manoah said unto his wife, We shall surely die, because we have seen God.
Now here is some compelling evidence
Zec 3:6,7 And the angel of the LORD protested unto Joshua, saying,
Thus saith the LORD of hosts; If thou wilt walk in my ways, and if thou wilt keep my charge, then thou shalt also judge my house, and shalt also keep my courts, and I will give thee places to walk among these that stand by.
The appearances of the angel of the Lord cease after the incarnation of Christ. Angels are mentioned numerous times in the New Testament, but “the angel of the Lord” is never mentioned in the New Testament. It is possible that appearances of the angel of the Lord were manifestations of Jesus before His incarnation. Jesus declared Himself to be existent “before Abraham” (John 8:58), so it is logical that He would be active and manifest in the world. Whatever the case, whether the angel of the Lord was a pre-incarnate appearance of Christ (Christophany) or an appearance of God the Father (theophany), it is highly likely that the phrase “the angel of the Lord” usually identifies a physical appearance of God.
What are the chances of all of Lucifer's angels rebelling and none of the others?
I am glad to answer a Mathematical question of a Top Contributor in the Classical Forum, many of whose competent answers I have read visiting that forum.
The question in the title: 'What are the chances of all of Lucifer's (personally Lucifer's) angels . . .' is not identical to that below in the text: ' . . . of all of the angels under 1 archangel (any of the 12 archangels, arbitrary only one chosen) . . .' - the answer to the second one is a probability 12 time larger than the answer to the first one. If we assume that angels are distinguishable (each has his own personality) and each angel rebels with probability of 1/2 = 0.5 independently from the others, then the answer to the first question is indeed 1/2 to the power of the number of angels. Indeed the required probability is
P[(1st Lucifer's angel rebelling) and (2nd Lucifer's angel rebelling) and . .
. . and (last Lucifer's angel rebelling) and (1st Gabriel's angel not rebelling) and . .
. . and (last archangel's last angel not rebelling)] =
= (1/2) * (1/2) * . . * (1/2) * (1 - 1/2) * . . (1 - 1/2)
The factors here are as many as are angels.
The same probability is that all of archangel Gabriel's angels rebelling and none of the others etc. for every archangel. That's why the answer to the 2nd question is 12 times the above number.
Well, have you read the books? If it's the TV movie you saw, then they're based on books by the same name.
I just finished reading Hush, Hush and I loved it. It's about a fallen angel. There's The Fallen and Fallen both by different authors. The Fallen is the one that was made into a TV movie from a few years back. Dont know about any books that also deal with lucifer or satan. Maybe someone else can suggest. I prefer the darker angel novels.
Angels are a separate species of created beings; they are created as messengers and servants of God. They are pure spirit and haven't the emotions that human beings have. They have no reason to be afraid because they are very powerful, operating in the power and for the glory of God.
Ask yourself - is there fear in heaven? That is their home.