The angel is said to be a pure spirit created by God. The Old Testament fostered the belief in angels. One definition states: “the name applied to certain spiritual beings or intelligences of heavenly residence, employed by God as the ministers of His will.” An angel embodies perfect virtues, attributes and power given by the creator. The scriptures state that there are 72 of these divine beings and 10 Archangels. The factual source originates from the “Traditional Study of Angels – Angelology and is dated from the epoch of Moses. In the Ancient texts of our common Judeo-Christian heritage, the Angels are the 72 Facets of the Creator.”
The angel is described as uncorrupted power.
The Holy Bible talks about the creation of angels as stated in the Colossians 1:16-17:
“For by Him all things were created, both in the heavens and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities—all things have been created by Him and for Him. And He is before all things, and in Him all things hold together.”
How do angels look like?
With the likely exception of one arguable passage in the Bible’s Old Testament, angels are always presented as males instead of females.
There are times that an angel looks like a man with extraordinary physical features. Read this specific excerpt from the Bible: “Daniel saw an angel with arms and legs resembling polished metal and precious stones, and a face like lightning (Daniel 10:5-6). The angel that rolled back the stone from Christ’s tomb was radiating dazzling light (Matthew 28:3; Luke 24:4). The book of Revelation describes some highly unusual beings that may be a variety of angel in Revelation 4:6-8.”
Angels in the Bible never look like endearing and plump babies. These mystical beings are features as full-grown adults. When people in the Bible came to see an angel, their usual reaction was to cower in fear and be terrified a lot. “Some Bible passages picture angels with wings (Isaiah 6:2,6). Other verses talk about angels flying, and we assume that the wings would be useful for that flight (Daniel 9:21). However, I suspect that angels can move around without having to depend on wings. Most references to angels in the Bible say nothing about wings, and in passages like Genesis 18-19, it is certain that no wings were visible.”
Now, it is up to mankind on how to interpret the appearance of angels based on all these readings and articles.