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Our Angel Packages

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Portrait Frame Type

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Certificate Frame Type

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Bronze
$49.95

8x10 full color

White lacquered folder with gold trim

Frame with white lacquered folder and gold trim

Glossy white lacquered folder with gold trim

Certificate with glossy white lacquered folder and gold trim frame

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No gift included

Gold
$69.95

8x10 full color

Gold wooden frame

Glossy white lacquered folder with gold trim

Certificate with with glossy white lacquered folder and gold trim frame

Platinum
$89.95

8x10 full color

Gold wooden frame

Gold wooden frame

Certificate with gold wooden frame

The Story of Angels

For over 2,000 years Angels have been recognized as the Messengers of God by Christians, Jews, and Muslims. Mormons also recognized Angels from the inception of their religion. In the authoritative books of each of these religions – The Talmud, The Bible, The Koran and The Book of Mormon – detailed accounts of the work of Angels are written.

Their obvious roles in all of these religions is that they are needed as a means of communication from God to man. The English word Angel is derived from the Greek word angelos (messenger), which in turn stems from the Hebrew mal’ak, also meaning, “messenger.” Nevertheless, Angels in the Bible are more than messengers. They constitute the court of heaven and surround the throne of God.

Angels of the World

Christian Angel

Angels have had a huge role in Christian history and continue today - announcing Christ's birth, protecting Christ in the wilderness, battling Satan in the Book of Revelation, and more. They also act as intermediaries between God and humans. They are depicted as praising God at the time of creation, which suggests that they existed prior to that moment (Job 38:4-7). While the Scriptures give no definite figures, they read that the number of Angels is very great (Daniel 7:10; Matthew 26:53; Hebrews 12:22). Read More

Islam Angels

Angels in Islam are spiritual creatures that serve the purposes of Allah. They are messengers who relay communication to people and carry out other responsibilities. Angels, such as Gabriel (thought to be the same Gabriel as the one read about in the New Testament), is mentioned in the Quran. Angels are often found in Islam art, revealing their importance to the Islamic worldview. Read More...

Jewish Angels

The Jewish belief in Angels goes as far back as the Book of Genesis. Angels calling out to Abraham at the binding of Isaac, Angels appearing in Jacob's dream and Jacob fighting with an Angel are just a few of the many accounts of angelic activity. The Hebrew word for Angel is "malach," which means messenger, for the Angels are God's messengers to perform various missions. According to some schools of thought, the term Angel in Jewish literature can also refer to the rules of nature, which, though ostensibly "natural" powers, are also Godly endowed power... Read More...

Non Denominational

For over 2,000 years Angels have been recognized as the Messengers of God by Christians, Jews, and Muslims. Mormons also recognized Angels from the inception of their religion. In the authoritative books of each of these religions – The Talmud, The Bible, The Koran and The Book of Mormon – detailed accounts of the work of Angels are written. Their obvious roles in all of these religions is that they are needed as a means of communication from God to man. The English word Angel is derived from the Greek word angelos (messenger), which in turn stems from the Hebrew mal’ak, also meaning, “messenger.” Nevertheless, Angels in the Bible are more than messengers. They constitute the court of heaven and surround the throne of God. Read More...

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