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Dr. Lyle Lee's Ezekiel Chapter 31 comment on 2/03/2022, 3:04pm...

Hi Gigi; I appreciate your response, however; I have understood the retoracle question in Hebrews 1:5 To which of the angels said God at any time, you are my son? This is actually saying God has never called angels sons of God, nor can they become sons of God, as I have previously stated only human beings can become sons of God, it is very clear in Luke 3:38 that Adam was the son of God. Adam was a human being, the genealogy from Adam unto the Lord Jesus, is a lineage of the sons of God, all those listed were sons of God. Now what we do know, is that the apostle Paul stated if a Christian is led by the Holy Ghost, he has matured to become a son of God. I understood your statement about things God has not revealed to us as of yet, this is very true, and we can be content in knowing only what God has revealed, for this reason I can say like Isaiah 28:9-10 a doctrine can only be created when you take line upon line, here a little, precept upon precept, and there a little, usingf this method we can assure ourselves we have arrived at good doctrine. Meaning look for all scriptures that teach sons of God, and see if at any time they refer unto angels, and you will discover what I also discovered, that no scripture refers unto angels as sons of God, only human beings are called sons of God. In conclusion, even Jesus took not upon himself the nature of angels to be called a son of God, but he took upon himself a human body, as the seed of Abraham. Hebrews 2:16


Gigi's Ezekiel Chapter 31 comment on 2/02/2022, 8:47pm...

Dear Dr Lee

Another thought, perhaps in Job 38 the sons of God are angels and the morning stars are seraphim and/or cherubim. Or bother type of spiritual being we do not know about

Lucifer is referred to as both the morning star and anointed cherub. Seraph are referred to as bright flames or fiery serpents.

We do not know God has deemed angels sons of God. There is a lot we do not know about the spirit realm and the Scriptures reveal very little to determine a cohesive doctrine.

So, I remember reading this: "the secret things belong to the Lord our God" Deut. 29:29

So, I can live without knowing about things. I concur with Job's words in chapter 42:2-6 when Job answered back to God in humility and repentance. We really know very little about God and His heavenly hosts. We can speculate or interpret Scriptures our own ways, but really we have to wait and see in the resurrection what Hod will reveal to us about these things, and still we will not know ALL about God nor we may not know all about these spiritual hosts either. But we will know all that Hod has deemed good and necessary for us. I'm good with that.


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