Who were the “sons of God” mentioned in Genesis? Were they fallen angels or heroic men from the godly line of Seth? This post also covers the “sons of the Most High” in Psalm 82 and the “sons of God” in Job 1-2 and other verses.
Learn what the Bible really says. This study is essential for our being rooted in the Word, not some desperate quest for angels. Seek Jesus always and only.
If you need a good summary post with sound theology on how angels operate in your life and other “angelic issues,” this is your post.
Renewalists believe that angels are real. Many of us have seen them, either in our dreams or in person.
The Scriptures clarify that angels are real, and so is their heavenly dimension where they live.
Renewalists (Pentecostals, Charismatics and Neo-Charismatics) believe that angels appear to people in their dreams or in person, even today. It is God’s ongoing ministry to us. But we must get our biblical doctrine straight, or we can stray.
He can be identified with the preincarnate Son of God, before he became a human at his birth. But where those verses? And can all of the verses describing an angelic visitation refer to Jesus?
Deliverance and maintaining lasting freedom from satanic oppression includes these essential ingredients.
You have to avoid those things. Here’s why.
Renewalists (Pentecostals, Charismatics, and Neo-Charismatics) believe that Satan is real and attacks people, but in Christ they can have victory over the evil spirit being.
This post covers Satan and his attack on people—even you at times. And so can Christians ‘have’ a demon or be demon-possessed or demonized?
Renewalists (Pentecostals, Charismatics and Neo-Charismatics) believe in sound doctrine, and they believe in victory through Christ over the kingdom of darkness.
This post tells what the Bible says about where Satan came from (if this can be known) and how he became evil.
In the book of Acts, they dropped dead. Why? To understand what happened, it is important to keep the Old Sinai Covenant and the New Covenant separate.
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