What do angels do?
Here's the answer:
Angels serve God and help people.
An angel's job is to serve God. They worship Him, give messages from Him, and even fight for Him. They fight against Satan. Satan was once the greatest angel, but he wanted to be God. So God cast him out of heaven. The angels that followed Satan are called demons. These evil spirits do all they can to get people to disobey God.
What do angels do? Angels spend their time doing errands for God and worshipping Him. Some of them have special jobs, like telling people what God has said, while others praise God at all times. The Bible says that angels help people, but we don't know if we have the same angel or angels with us all the time. Angels could be in the room with you right now, but you can't see or talk with them. Instead of thinking about angels a lot, we should focus on God. He created both angels and us to love and praise Him.
"Praise the LORD, you angels of his. Praise him, you mighty ones who carry out his orders and obey his word. Praise the LORD, all you angels in heaven. Praise him, all you who serve him and do what he wants. Let everything the LORD has made praise him everywhere in his kingdom. I will praise the LORD" (Psalm 103:20-22).
"[Daniel answered,] 'My God sent his angel. And his angel shut the mouths of the lions'" (Daniel 6:22).
"God's first and only Son is over all things. When God brings him into the world, he says, 'Let all of God's angels worship him.' Here is something else God says about the angels. 'God makes his angels to be like winds. He makes those who serve him to be like flashes of lightning'" (Hebrews 1:6-7).