169268520-Devic-Angels-II.doc - Evangelist Joseph O Olorunnisola Date March 4 2007 THE DEVIC KINGDOM OF THE ANGELS – PT II OF III Angels are

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Evangelist Joseph O Olorunnisola Date: March 4, 2007 THE DEVIC KINGDOM OF THE ANGELS – PT. II OF III Angels are messengers of divine Providence. They are heaven-sent agents who are always available to help us create heavens here on earth. Angels are always usually depicted with halos, aura of white dazzling light that encircle their heads; sometimes they appear huge – 70ft to 80ft tall in dazzling, blinding white light. Their wings symbolize the quickness with which they travel carrying God’s messages. The halos or white light encircling their heads symbolize their origin or home and also serve as the magnetic point connecting them to their control center. In view of space constraint, I will limit the write up to explaining further some few classes and their specific assignments and what we can do to attract them, but it is important to appreciate that angels are very busy and they exist in many places at once. If we could see them readily we would experience chaos and we might all go crazy except those who are used to spiritual realm. When saints and prophets hear voices and see visions some people get frightened and label them as insane because they are un- informed. ANGELS OF DARKNESS: But Lucifer rebelled and was thrown out of Heaven – Rev. 12:7, creating the Kingdom of Darkness. Bible research reveals that the fallen Lucifer disciples or cadre of demons also watch over living individuals much as guardian angels do. The guardian demons protect their charges from misfortune, penury, accidents, untimely death, illness etc and they are also tough, protective, and as good at their assignment as angels of light. However, unlike angels of light, the guardian demon does not face any moral problem. The more wicked and sinful their charges/patients are, the
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