Holy Angels and Demons in the Bible: Michael, Gabriel, Satan and Other Angels by Robert Alan King is a book with over 10,300 words. Angels have always been an interesting subject and a curious inquiry for many throughout the history of mankind. The world is full of folklore and myths regarding the nature and purpose of angels. King examines the Bible alone to peer into the heavenly realms and see what God has revealed to us about the angels. The book will take a look at Satan, the fallen angels, the Angel of the Lord, the holy angels, cherubim (and the living creatures), seraphim, Michael, and Gabriel. It will also briefly look at the ranks and classes of angels. This book will also explore whether fallen angels and demons are the same, as well as determine if Beelzebub is actually another name for Satan or not.
Though angels were here in the universe before we were, this book explores their existence and shows how they differ from man, including an examination of their path, their trial, and their purpose. Overall, in the end, as different as we are from one another now, angels and men will share a common fate, whether that is dwelling in the presence of God forever or being cast into the Lake of Fire. Robert Alan King is an ordained minister through Calvary Chapel.