Here is another mystery from the devotion I am reading. I hope that you will still be interested; in a couple of weeks, I will let you know who wrote this devotional.
Some are long and trying to condense it to give the gist of the info can be a challenge. I do not know how much of a mystery this one is, but it is interesting.
What do you know of angels?
They are heavenly creatures sent by God with wings.
Not all have wings, according to the Bible, there are many different kinds of angels…cherubim, seraphim, warring angels, ministering angels, and then there are the other angels.
“The other angels, you ask?”
The earth angels are those who walk the earth in flesh and blood, His earth division…different but angels nonetheless. In the Hebrew Scriptures, the word for angel is malakh and in the New Testament, the word in Greek is Angelos. ‘Then spoke Haggai, the Lord’s malakh.’ And of the man known as John the Baptizer, the Messiah said, ‘This is He of whom it is written, “Behold I will send My angelos.” Haggai and John were both of flesh and blood, and yet they are both called angels-angels of God.
An angel is a ‘being’ sent by God, a messenger, an emissary on divine assignment, bringing God’s message. So who are the earth angels? Those who are born again and bear the message of heaven to those who dwell on earth. The message is “The Good News,” in Greek it is called the euangel, in English the evangel, as in evangelism. Within each of these words is another word. Yes, the word angel, it is no accident, for if you will bear the message of heaven to those of earth, your life will become angelic.
Today be someone’s angel and start fulfilling your angelic mission by spreading the good news of the Kingdom. Let us represent the Kingdom well…
Author’s Note: this is a review of a devotional listing from “The Book of Mysteries” by Jonathan Cahn. It is sometimes hard to give an overall review on devotional books that I decided to take a day or two and have some fun with it. I hope that the information would interest you enough to buy the book and to enjoy the devotionals daily.