Do you believe this could be an angel appearing during worship at a Promise Keepers men's meeting?
A digital image captured during worship at his year’s Promise Keepers men’s conference in Cedar Falls, Iowa, shows what looks like an angel: http://www.wnd.com/2013/12/miracles-hap … rs-event/. A Southern Baptist pastor took the picture. “He looked down at the screen to see a strange glow on the stage that sent chills down his spine. He then ... proceeded to take another picture of the stage. Then he looked at the second picture and saw the same image! The Bible teaches that angels are present on earth, to protect people and join in worship of God.
Promise Keepers is an interaith endeavour. I would assume that if it was something spiritual manifesting, it would be an angel of light. As Scripture says,
"...for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light." - 2 Corinthians 11:14
Not exactly clear on what you mean to say - this is Satan? Could be I guess. Who knows?
Sorry for the typo, "interfaith." Promise Keepers is ecumenism.
Great link P&N! I had heard of promise keepers but knew nothing about them - that link is very revealing and wouldn't it be a fulfillment of scripture if that is Satan disguised as an angel of light! Really just looks like a case of lens flare to
Any radicalism (even our own) tends to be narrow minded and destructive, allowing room for evil.
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