In Revelation 4 and 5 we are introduced to four beings that are apparently angels. They are unnamed, but have characteristics of both cherubs and seraphs, yet are not precisely either.
An order of angels known as seraphim is revealed in Isaiah 6. These are different from the cherubim and have a very special function.
The Bible reveals different orders of angels. One of these is the cherubim.
Hebrews 2 defines the destiny of the holy angels. Angels do not inherit the world to come.
Angels are created beings, but are non-material in nature. They were created to be servants of God, and ultimately for man (Hebrews 1).
Personal, private devotions are vital to our fellowship with Christ. Failure to continue in prayer and the Scriptures “quenches” the Spirit.
Although the Holy Spirit will never leave us, the believer in Christ can “grieve” the Spirit. Sin in our lives is the cause; confession is the cure.
Galatians 5:16 commands us to walk by the Spirit. This means we are to led or guided by the Holy Spirit in our daily conduct.
Being filled with the Spirit is commanded in Ephesians 5:18. Spirit filled means to be empowered by the Holy Spirit for service to others in the name of Christ.
Our Lord Jesus Christ sets the pattern for the normal spiritual experience of the Christian. We call it the Spirit Driven Life.