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For all documents—whether they are of great historical value or as personal as a grocery list—the first goal is to discover what the original author intended by his or her written message. So it is with the Bible. The primary task is to determine, as nearly as possible, what a passage meant. For this reason, it's important to study such matters as historical background and literary types (such as poetry and parables). Only then can a passage be applied, because a biblical text cannot mean today something contrary to what it meant originally.
Infallibility The ordinances of the LORD are reliable and altogether righteous. … In addition, Your servant is warned by them; there is great reward in keeping them. Psalm 19:9-11 DEFINITION: The infallibility of the Bible means that it is perfectly true and that it accomplishes the purpose the divine Author intended each of its parts to achieve. The religious and ethical teachings of the Bible declare the mind of God to mankind. He gave His Word not for the joy of theoretical knowledge but to lead persons to know Him, resulting in eternal life.
Angels often served as mighty warriors carrying out divine judgment against evil, such as destroying Sodom or killing an Assyrian army (Gn 19:1; 2 Ch 32:21). Sometimes they aided God's people (Ex 23:23), and the fiery chariots and horses that Elijah and Elisha saw were evidently angel armies, or the heavenly host (2 Kg 2:11; 6:17). “The angel of the LORD,” mentioned about fifty times in the Old Testament, may have been a manifestation of the Son of God before He became flesh. Cherubs are winged angels related especially to the glorious presence of God.