Sure, They exist ... I have no doubts because my religion tell me that they exist.
No, not in the sense that someone from another world drops down to earth to assist us through difficult times or make our course change for us.
I'm more incline to believe in the law of attraction in conjunction with the law of action.
Several year ago I was directing a play and afterwards the cast had party that wen well into the night. At the time I did not have a "day job" and was receiving unemployment.
A woman I was just starting to date attended the party with me and afterwards we decided to check into a nearby motel instead of driving all the way home.
The following day we went to have breakfast in a coffee shop restaurant on the corner.
While there I bumped into a former co-worker from several years ago. He told me the company he was now working for was looking for new hires and in fact offering employees a bonus for helping to find them.
To make a long story short I got the job and he was paid $1000 for "finding me". I worked at that company in different roles for a total of 5 years. In my mind I have played the "What if?" game.
What if the party had been on a different night? What if I had driven home that night instead of checking into a motel? What if I had gone someplace else to have breakfast the following morning?
Is life a bunch of "random coincidences"? fate? luck? destiny? or divine intervention/angel that comes to our rescue? And if so why does it not always work out that way?
Maybe it's simple as this:
Some days you get the elevator and some days you get the shaft! Everyone one will have good & bad days.
Learn from the bad and be grateful for the good! One could go crazy trying to "read into" everything that happens in their life.
Yes. Angels are listed many times throughout the Tanakh and Brit Hadasha.
Like all gods, angels got a pagan origin. One of the earlier belief is that angels are demi gods. However, the first image of an angel is the goddess Ishtar (later known as Satan to Christians) Ishtar is seen as the enemy of the war god Yahweh, whom would later become the god of Christianity, jewish faith and Islam.
It is belief, Yahweh desire to rule both heaven and earth, but was defeated by El the King of gods. Later he tried again, but was sealed away by Ishtar at the bottom of the red sea. Until he was free and launch war against those who refuse to be subject to him and his will. (In fact, in modern Christian bible, it still says, anything not subject to Yahweh is evil)
There are 2 belief, 1 Yahweh proposed to Ishtar, whom rejected him and married Tammauz, out of a jealous anger Yahweh send a giant flood to destroy the children of Ishtar accusing them of evil, which is every human on earth, Ishtar thus, stop the flood and sealed Yahweh away. The other belief says Yahweh is one of the first 10 sons of Ishtar, when his younger brothers and sister refuse to be subject to him, Yahweh seek to punish them, till he was sealed away by Ishtar and Yahweh's older brother the light god Lucifer.
While early images of Ishtar portray her as an angel, later images, start associating her with lion, owl and dragons (dragons whose body that resemble a serpent)
I most definitely believe they exist I have had a personal experience.
Yes They do exist but not in form we try to imagine and find them but in form of your parents, children, family, & friends etc. There is a demon and an angel in every human being on this planet that's what i believe. What comes out depends on the persons "Karma" person's Actions. If he commits more sins more of the demon comes out of him and suppresses the angel and if he keep on doing good work and help humanity the angel he is..So that's how it works.
Of course Angels are alive among us every single day
as they are tireless.Being an Angel believe, I support
their existence 100%.
Sadly, I lost too many relatives from cancer.
For sure I have never felt apart from their souls as they
are always with me! I can sense them and receiving
protection, healing and answers from them.
Unfortunately, I have felt apart from their physical existence
but feeling their souls around it gives me a comfort that they
still exist and they are happy.
Therefore, to be a believer you must have had some kind of paranormal, some kind of connection or even a miracle as a personal experience.
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