Thursday, February 4, 2010

Angels - A Book Review

Who Are They and How They Help.....  What the Bible Reveals
by Dr. David Jeremiah

What are angels? What is their role in God’s plan? Are they present? Do they appear? Do they give us personal insight about our work, our worship?

Many contemporary beliefs about angels are based on misconception and myth. Dr. David Jeremiah uses scripture to unveil the remarkable truth about these agents of heaven, and their role and work in our world—and lives.

Relevant, little known biblical facts help readers sharpen their knowledge and sensitivities toward the spiritual reality of angels. Dr. Jeremiah’s enlightening findings are supported with illustrations and insights from Billy Graham, Corrie ten Boom, C.S. Lewis, and more.

Angels are an interesting subject for many people. There are many who debate their existence. I believe that they exist and they appear to us when we need to hear from God.

This book to me was a fascinating compilation of references to Angels throughout the Bible. From Genesis to Revelation the existence of angels is simply assumed. This book explores those references as well as why some people see angels and others don’t. It is believed that God sends an angel to you when He has a message for you.

If you were looking for a book with stories about angels, this is not that book. This book is mainly a listing of the references in the Bible to angels. It shows us how angels are messengers of God.

You can find this book for purchase here..

This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group.


  1. i really enjoyed his book, Bend in the Road. maybe i will check this one out..

  2. I'd like to learn more about angels, so I'll be sure to have a read of this!

  3. Huh?...I know David Jeremiah! Small world! He comes from my neck of the woods. Have not read any of his work though. Maybe I should!

  4. I always appreciate a good book rec, Amy. Thank you!

  5. I do believe in angles and of course the Bible so this is probably a book I would enjoy. Thanks Ames, Mom


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