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The angels of God - their nature, character, ranks, and ministerial services

The angels of God – their nature, character, ranks, and ministerial services

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Learn about The angels of God – their nature, character, ranks, and ministerial services :

CHRISTIANITY, as a system of religion, includes all that relates to the perfect redemption and eternal salvation of our fallen race, by the mediation of the incarnate Son of God. In its most enlarged signification, it em  braces every thing that is contained in the volume of Divine Revelation,—the whole of the records, testimonies, and doctrines of the Holy Scriptures. Among those most important doctrines, some, it is acknowledged, are far less necessary to be fully understood than others; and unlearned men may indeed be saved to immortal bliss and glory, having but a very limited acquaintance with the gospel of Christ. Still, those who possess ability and opportunity for investigation and study, are under the strongest obligation to learn the whole will of God. Many desire this, and seek to obtain the privilege; making delightful and satisfactory progress in sacred knowledge: but it is manifest, that one branch of divine doctrine especially has been neglected in a manner that is confessedly inexcusable, if not extremely culpable; and this not only by ordinary Christians, daily readers of the sacred oracles, but even by intelligent divines. The doctrine in question, is that regarding the MINISTRY of THE Holy Angels.

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Learn about The angels of God – their nature, character, ranks, and ministerial services :

CHRISTIANITY, as a system of religion, includes all that relates to the perfect redemption and eternal salvation of our fallen race, by the mediation of the incarnate Son of God. In its most enlarged signification, it em  braces every thing that is contained in the volume of Divine Revelation,—the whole of the records, testimonies, and doctrines of the Holy Scriptures. Among those most important doctrines, some, it is acknowledged, are far less necessary to be fully understood than others; and unlearned men may indeed be saved to immortal bliss and glory, having but a very limited acquaintance with the gospel of Christ. Still, those who possess ability and opportunity for investigation and study, are under the strongest obligation to learn the whole will of God. Many desire this, and seek to obtain the privilege; making delightful and satisfactory progress in sacred knowledge: but it is manifest, that one branch of divine doctrine especially has been neglected in a manner that is confessedly inexcusable, if not extremely culpable; and this not only by ordinary Christians, daily readers of the sacred oracles, but even by intelligent divines. The doctrine in question, is that regarding the ministry of The Holy Angels.

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