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The Role of Fallen Angels

4 bound angels

While God used good unfallen angels primarily to adversely affect earth, its environment, and humanity's social conditions during this period of Judgment, fallen angels were allowed to indulge in their evil.

When the sixth trumpet sounds, the unfallen angel is authorized to release the four bound angels at the Euphrates River (Rev 9:13-14).

When the Bible speaks of confined or bound angels, it is always in the context of fallen evil angels (Luke 8:26-31; Matt 8:28-32; 2 Peter 2:4; Jude 1:6-7).

These four bound angels were limited to kill 33% of the world's population.


And like good unfallen angels, these individual evil fallen angels had a global impact on a scale not seen earlier in the Bible.



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