Robert McLaughlin Bible Ministries

We have a Divine protection from the elect angels which sustains us and nourishes us throughout our lifetime.

Sunday, July 27, 2003

During the Tribulation period, guardian angels will be used by God to nourish and sustain believers from any of the satanic attacks made upon them.

HEB 1:14 Are they not all ministering spirits, sent out to render service for the sake of those who will inherit salvation?

MAT 18:10 See that you do not despise one of these little ones, for I say to you, that their angels in heaven continually behold the face of My Father who is in heaven.

Angels play an important role in the protection of God’s people, especially in light of the invisible enemy we face, Satan and the fallen angels, EPH 6:12.

LUK 16:22 – angels are used to protect God’s people when they face situations of death.

MAT 1:20 – guardian angels are used by God for the purpose of comfort through divine intervention.

JOH 14:27 Peace I leave with you; My peace I give to you; not as the world gives, do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, nor let it be fearful.

1CO 2:9 Things which eye has not seen and ear has not heard, And which have not entered the heart of man, All that God has prepared for those who love Him.

PHI 4:7 And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, shall guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

MAT 2:13 – an angel was used to warn God’s people of coming tragedy or disaster.

MAT 2:19-21 – a guardian angel was used to guide and direct God’s people.

MAT 28:2 – God used angels to remove the obstacles placed in the believer’s path.

LUK 2:9-13 – guardian angels were used to communicate divine viewpoint.

1. A guardian angel that is given over the client nation, DAN 10:13.

2. Every single child, whether they are believers or unbelievers, has a guardian angel. They do not have to be Christians to receive that guardian angel, MAT 18:10.

3. Every single believer has a guardian angel; if you are an adult, you have a guardian angel, HEB 1:14.

PSA 148:5 Let the angels praise the name of the Lord, For He commanded and they were created.

EZE 28:14 You were the anointed cherub who covers, And I placed you {there.} You were on the holy mountain of God; You walked in the midst of the stones of fire.

As a result of the prehistoric angelic conflict, certain elect angels received blessings and rewards, and the majority did not.

Wings represent rank in the angelic realm.

Just like in the human race, there are also degrees of rank and privileges in the angelic realm among the elect angels.

The highest ranking angels are called seraphim – a high ranking angel who has 6 wings.

Seraphim = burning ones, their title speaks of their consuming devotion to God.

Seraphim were also noted for their priestly type service to God,
ISA 6:1-7.

ISA 6:6-7 – the seraphim express the holiness of God in rejecting any service performed without cleansing.

One of the seraphs, known as the King of Arms, was used to bring special messages and announcements, ISA 6:7.

Seraphim appear to be that group of angels who became winners by understanding the righteousness and justice of God, i.e. the integrity of God, and the importance of proper motivation or a right thing being done in a right way.

Seraphim angels are known for having great authority and for being mighty and strong. REV 5:2 – the seraph angel is known as the mighty or powerful angel.

The cloud represents a crown which represented the victory of our Lord Jesus Christ.

He has a rainbow upon his head = the faithfulness and the integrity of God in protecting the human race and perpetuating the human race.

His face was like the sun = God’s grace provision for disaster.

His feet were like columns of fire = the faithful believers’ wall of fire.

REV 14:18 – he is said to have authority over fire.

In the seraph rank we also have the officers of arms.

REV 14:15 – the seraphim serves as a messenger between God the Father and God the Son in the administration of certain historical events such as the 7 last plagues.

REV 18:1 – one seraphim is called the angel with great authority.

REV 20:1-3 – there is a seraphim with a key to the abyss or bottomless pit.

Full of eyes within = the uniform of wisdom or the maximum perception of Bible doctrine.

Wings represent power, speed, and purpose,
EZE 10:12.

EZE 17:3 – wings represent speed, swiftness, and ability.

DAN 7:4 – wings represent power, authority, and swiftness.

DAN 7:6 – wings represent being a general in the military.

ZEC 5:9 – wings represent the ability to undertake great matters and to carry heavy loads.

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