What does the Bible say about angels?
Here's the answer:
Angels are real spirit beings created by God. They have knowledge, feelings, personalities, and free will.
The Bible has much to say about angels, including that there are good angels and bad angels. Satan is an angel and his demons are the bad angels. Bad angels do not help God because they rebelled against God and chose to follow Satan. The good angels chose to follow God and they have important jobs to do including serving God, worshipping God, being messengers for God, coming into God’s Presence, protecting believers, encouraging believers, and helping people (Hebrews 1:14).
Angels are smarter than humans, but they do not know all things like God does. Angels have more knowledge than humans because they have been around longer than humans, have experienced things throughout history, have a higher intellect, and they study the Bible. Wow! If angels study the Bible, then we definitely need to study the Bible.
Some people believe that their grandmother or grandfather became an angel after died, but this is not true. Angels are not humans who have passed away. No angel can become a human and no human can become an angel. Angels are real, spirit beings created by God with the purpose of praising Him, serving Him, and helping us. Angels are really neat to learn about, but we are not to worship them because God is the only One we need to worship (Luke 4:8). Good angels are known for obeying God, so this is a lesson we can learn from them!
"Praise the Lord, you angels of his. Praise Him, you mighty ones who carry out His orders and obey His word" (Psalm 103:20).
"See that you don't look down on one of these little ones. Here is what I tell you. Their angels in Heaven can go at any time to see my Father who is in Heaven" (Matthew 18:10).