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The Heavenly Realm (5 of 40)
Series: Emerge: Kingdom
Jesus Culture - Banning Liebscher
Hebrews 1:14; Isaiah 14:12-17; Psalm 103:20-21; Psalm 148:1-2
This week, we are going to learn about angels. The Bible teaches that the heavenly realm is a real place and that we have access to all of its blessings. God's powerful angels stand with us and fight for us on Earth. The more we know about the heavenly realm, the more we will be equipped to access God's provisions.
- Hebrews 1:14: ''Are they not all ministering spirits sent out to serve for the sake of those who are to inherit salvation?''
Isaiah 14:12-17: Discusses the enemy and his plan
- Psalm 103:20-21: ''Bless the Lord, O you His angels, you mighty ones who do His will, obeying the voice of His word. Bless the Lord, all His hosts, His ministers, who do His will.''
- Psalm 148:1-2: ''Praise the Lord! Praise the Lord from the heavens! Praise Him in the heights! Praise Him, all His angels; praise Him, all His hosts!''
EQUIP: There is an ongoing battle for glory raging on the Earth and in the spiritual world.
Teaching Point 1: God dwelt with His angelic creation in the heavenly places where they beheld and worshipped His glory (Psalm 148:1-2, Heb. 1).
There are more than 80 references to ministering angels in the Bible.
Angels are supernatural messengers that convey news from God to humanity. ''If an angel from heaven appears - a special messenger to intercede for a person…'' (JOB 33:23).
Angels were created to partner with God and serve people on Earth. ''Praise the Lord, you angels, you mighty ones who carry out his plans, listening for each of his commands'' (PSALM 103:20).
Angels are a part of God's heavenly family and give God thanks. ''Rejoice with him, you heavens, and let all of God's angels worship him'' (DEUTERONOMY 32:43).
''And suddenly there appeared with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God and saying, 'Glory to God in the highest, a ...
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