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Madison Heights VA
5 Stars Out Of 5
wonderful resource and guide
June 28, 2017
Madison Heights VA
Even people who don't profess to be religious or spiritual will acknowledge the presence of angels or will say that someone who has died is now an "angel". This book is one of the best and most informative books I've read about angels. Angels were not always in heaven with God. He created them when He began his work of creation and Satan along with his followers did not get removed from heaven by God until sometime in the first three chapters of Genesis. Satan first appears in the Garden of Eden in chapter 3 of Genesis, so we know that Satan attempted to take over and become God sometime before that point and the creation.
Robert J. Morgan uses scripture verses and personal stories where possible to examine and explain the existence and purposes of angels. The book examines both a presence of angels who work toward good, those who delve out punishment and judgement and the fallen angels. So many of the verses used were given new meaning for me. I saw them in a new light and understanding. I highly recommend this book to those who are simply curious as well as the more serious seeker and those who wish to use it for reference. It would be very helpful to anyone teaching on the subject. The one addition I would like to see would be artwork or photographs.
I rate this book 5 stars. I received an ebook of this work of non-fiction from netgalley and the publishers.. I was not required to give a review but I was encouraged to do so. It is my pleasure to provide this book review and all opinions expressed are mine.
one of the best books i have read. it placed everything about angles in one concise locations. i read it in 2 days spent another 2 or 3 reviewing it them taught to my Bible Study class it was so good i gave all 15 people in my class a copy which they really enjoyed some asking that i purchase more so they could pass em to their families. grear book.