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Fallen Angels

Fallen Angels – Rebellious Sons of God

Are we part of the fallen angels reformed by God from the dust of the earth and become souls in a borrowed body and allowed to change from evil minds to faithful crusaders devoted to fighting a good fight of faith, or are we made to be a winner for God sake and die as mortal dies? The flesh is back to dust as it ends its borrowed life, and the spirit that gives life is back in heaven, where God is. When we use the power of our imagination and put God in the midst of us, we see what happens. Paul’s epistles are personal revelations or something he learned from the revealed truth of the Old Testament.

Therefore, we can also receive God’s revelations if we are obedient to His spoken word (good news) and willing to spread the goodness of the Father, as the Son Jesus did as we walk and talk for His sake (purpose and will). This is what happened before humanity as it was revealed: the fallen angel when they were kicked out of heaven, the earth becomes their habitat, and as time goes by, they develop a mortal body so when they died, the mortal body turned into dust then the earth which was created by God and turned to be good was covered with dust and void. Earth was without form and dark. We already learned that God, when He created the earth, it was good, which means perfect.

Something happened when the fallen angels turned into dust; the earth absorbed it. When you look at how the first man was formed from the dust of the earth “Genesis 2:7, we read that God formed the first man, Adam, from dust, and God blessed him. Then the Lord God formed a man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living soul.” What is then a soul? Back to Genesis 2:7, God did not make a body and uttered to have a soul but instead formed man from the dust by His hand and turned into a three-dimensional statue; then, by breathing the spirit of life, he made the statue of dust into a living soul. The soul is a cell; dust consists of many microscopic particles, and the body of dust is formed with water. The human body consists of water; here is the data from the U.S. Geological Survey:

Up to 60% of the human adult body is water. According to Mitchell and others (1945), the brain and heart are composed of 73% water, and the lungs are about 83% water. The skin contains 64% water, the muscles, and kidneys 79%, and even the bones contain water -31 %.

The Water in You: Water and the Human Body | U.S. Geological Survey – https://www.usgs.gov › science › w…

Psalms 30:9 – (NCV): “What good will it do if I die or if I go down to the grave? Dust cannot praise you or speak about your truth.”

Psalms 22:29 – (NKJV)-“All the prosperous of the earth shall eat and worship; All those who go down to the dust shall bow before Him, Even he who cannot keep himself alive.” Dust is a sign of hope and will be needed in the resurrection for eternal life. Dust also symbolizes the idea that humans are made of dust, which existed before and during the Creation. Dust reflects good and evil, strength and weakness, greed and selflessness, pride and humility, and almost unlimited things. God formed the first human being, Adam, out of the dust from the earth’s ground and then breathed life into his nostrils. This is the beginning of human life.

Bishop Joseph

Bishop Joseph Vitug, Ph.D. - Bishop Emeritus

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