AngelsBook - 1994
Explains the characteristics of angels as well as their purposes and significance in the contemporary world
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The definitive work on angels. A comprehensive, but easy-to-read summary of what the Bible tells us about angels, both holy and fallen, how they differ from us, what they do, and their future and ours.
Billy Graham originally wrote it in the 1970's because he could find very little on the subject. "Angels: God's Secret Agents" has sold over 3 million copies.
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" . . . But today we have neglected the theme of good angels, although many are giving the devil and all his demons rapt attention, even worshipping them." What Billy wrote in "Angels" in the 1970's, about why he wrote the book. Note: the word "worship" comes from "worth-ship"--meaning "to give something value." For example, giving something time, thought, or money, is a form of "worship."
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