Class One



It is required that you look up and read the Bible references given.



The Bible in it’s entirety teaches of both good angels and bad angels. In Psalms 148:2-5, angels are included with the sun, moon & stars as part of God’s creation. Jesus created all things John 1:3, including all matters both visible and invisible, the heavens, the earth and thrones, dominions, rulers & authorities. Ephesians 6:12 & Colossians 1:16.  God is immortal. I Timothy 6:16. Angels, being created by God, owe their perpetual existence to God as well as their continual sustain. The Bible never discusses the time of the angel’s creation.  However, it is probable this event occurred before Genesis 1:1. In Job 38:4-7, the sons of God shouted for joy when God laid the foundations of the earth. Which would mean angels had been created by Genesis 1:1 when Satan, an angelic being himself made his appearance.  Though the Bible gives no specific figures, we know the number of angels is beyond counting. Daniel 7:10; Matthew 26:53; Hebrews 12:22 & Revelation 5:11.


Man is a distinguished entity from angels. Matthew 22:30. The believers will be similar to angels but not angels.  Angels are different from the spirits of righteous men made perfect. Hebrews 12:22. Man was made lower than the angels and shall be made higher. Psalms 8:5. Angels will be judged by Born Again Believers.  I Corinthians 6:3.


At times angels are referred to as wind or spirit. Psalms 104:4; Hebrews 1:7-14. The incorporeal existence of angels seems to be clarified in Ephesians 6:12. In that our struggles are not with flesh & blood people, but with the demon forces that drives these people. Yet there are times in Scripture when angels appear in physical form. Genesis 18 & 19; John 20:12 & Hebrews 13:2.

Angels are not a race.  Angels are a company or a host. Psalms 148:2.  Angels neither marry nor die.   Luke 20:34-36. Angels are referred to as sons of God in the Old Testament. Genesis 6:2-4; Job 1:6; 2:1 & 38:7. In Scripture angels are in the masculine. Luke 24:4 & Mark 16:5. God has made no provision for the Salvation of fallen angels. Hebrews 2:16. 

Answer the questions below.  If you miss a question, go back and study that portion of the class and then retake the test.  Once you have received a 100% you may proceed to the next class.  You DO NOT have to submit this test for grading.  Only the final test will be submitted.