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Transcript of Angels
What are the Rebellious Angels?
The Seven Archangels
The rebellious angels are the
angels that have been cast out of Heaven.
The Origin of
The Rebellious Angels
1. Lucifer's Five "I Wills"
I will ascend to heaven.
I will raise up my throne above the stars of God.
I will sit on the mount of assembly.
I will ascend to the tops of the clouds.
I will make myself like the Most High.
2. The Heavenly Battle
Archangel Michael and his angels versus the “dragon” and his angels in heaven. The “dragon” and his angels were defeated and thrown down to the earth.
Ancient serpent who is called the
Dragon stands for:
3. The Fallen Angels
heart was proud because of its beauty
corrupted wisdom for the sake of splendor
left their dwellings
Some examples for the fall of Fallen Angels
There is no
for angels after their fall.
The Four Images of Evil
1. Original Sin
With and in when we are born
2. Actual Sin
Which we commit, by omission and commission
The Seven Archangels refers
to all those ministers who are
to stand before God ready to do his bidding.
St. Michael (One who is like God)
Leader of the archangels and heavenly host, fight with the fall angel Satan.
St. Gabriel (God is my strength)
Angel of the annunciation and God's dignity. The "one in rapid flight".
St.Raphael (God is my health):
Chief of guardian angles, association with Jesus' priesthood.
Uriel (God is my light)
Has ability of prophecy. An angle that guarded Jesus' tomb.
Jophiel （The beauty of God)
Association of God's splendor;drove Adam and Eva out of Eden.
Angel of God's wrath; wrestled with Jacob.
Angel of justice;stopped Abraham from sacrificing Isaac.
Angel of purity; guided the Jews in the wilderness.
The presence of Angels
In The Scriptures
In The Liturgy
In Our Lives
Heavenly beings, genderless, of a mixed
population, who neither marry nor are given in marriage (Mark 12:25);
distinct from saints (which humans may
mentioned nearly 300 times in the Bible.
The Three Triads of Celestial Hierarchy
(angels of the Presence) - seraphim, cherubim, thrones
(angels over forces of nature) - dominations, virtues, powers
(angels ministering directly to humans) - principalities, archangels, angels
The Nine Choirs of Anels
Chief angels; messengers from God in significant matters
Depicted as carrying scepters with which they direct God's commands. With archangels and angels they are the heavenly multitude that is is in God's ordinary and immediate service in what pertains to the visible world. It was said that countries are assigned to certain principalities
Shown with swords
Given their name because
of their special power in restraining the assault of the evil spirit
Charged with dispensing celestial miracles and accomplishing stupendous works
Movers of stars and planets
Shown in a kneeling posture of adoration
Angels of wisdom, guardians and protectors
Highest choir of angels; distinguished by their burning zeal and love for the Trinity
The Three Important Archangels