(By Jennifer Leclaire) Angels have many functions, from protecting to providing, but angelic watchers are roaming the earth on assignment—and have been through the ages. Angels don’t often carry names in the Bible, but they are called out by function, purpose or operation. The Book of Revelation speaks of an angel who has power of fire (Revelation 14:18), as well as an angel of the waters (Revelation 16:5), an angel who binds Satan (Revelation 20:1-2) and an angel of the abyss (Revelation 9:11).
Where does the concept of watcher angels come in? We see watcher angels many times in the Bible. They are often seen observing. Let’s look at a few examples in Scripture: “I say to you, whoever confesses Me before men, him will the Son of Man also confess before the angels of God. But he who denies Me before men will be denied before the angels of God” (Luke 12:8-9) READ MORE