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2) : Angels are often described as the "host of heaven" and otherwise compared to the innumerable stars (e.g., Job 25:3; Ps.1-21; Is. w.Lk.), but although they are a highly organized group and quite numerous, it should be understood that they are not infinite in number, however large that undisclosed number may be (Deut.33:2; Ps.; Dan.; Heb.; Rev.).

This longevity, combined with the fact that angels (though creatures like Man) are not subject to the restraints and necessities of time and space that encumber mankind, undoubtedly contributes to their superior knowledge and wisdom as well. God created all angelic kind at this time (including Satan and all those who would eventually rebel against Him). (i.e., "out of nothing") creation of the universe described Genesis 1:1, and before the restoration of the earth (described also at Job 38:4-7) which followed God's initial judgment upon the universe because of Satan's rebellion (the results of which are described in Genesis 1:2 and following).This is particularly true in the case of the Son of Man, our Lord Jesus Christ.They were present at His birth (Lk.-14), temptation (Matt.), resurrection (Lk.24:4), ascension (Acts -11), and return (2Thes.1:7), evidence which underscores angelic interest in the most crucial phase of God's plan, namely the life and work of the Messiah.

This longevity, combined with the fact that angels (though creatures like Man) are not subject to the restraints and necessities of time and space that encumber mankind, undoubtedly contributes to their superior knowledge and wisdom as well.

God created all angelic kind at this time (including Satan and all those who would eventually rebel against Him).

(i.e., "out of nothing") creation of the universe described Genesis 1:1, and before the restoration of the earth (described also at Job 38:4-7) which followed God's initial judgment upon the universe because of Satan's rebellion (the results of which are described in Genesis 1:2 and following).

This is particularly true in the case of the Son of Man, our Lord Jesus Christ.

They were present at His birth (Lk.-14), temptation (Matt.), resurrection (Lk.24:4), ascension (Acts -11), and return (2Thes.1:7), evidence which underscores angelic interest in the most crucial phase of God's plan, namely the life and work of the Messiah.

7) : The involvement of angelic beings in human affairs is part and parcel of their role in promoting (or, in the case of the fallen angels, opposing) God's plan for human history (see "Satan's Rebellion" immediately below).