If you are a Christian, you are probably familiar with the concepts of Angels and demons. They have piqued people’s interest in the past and continue to do so today. A lot of information is available today regarding these beings. However, not everything you read or saw online is true. These enigmatic beings mentioned in the Bible are frequently the subject of false information. In this article, we’ll tell you whatever information about Angels and Demons is a myth.

Myths About Angels

“Angels are omnipotent and omniscient beings.”According to Matthew 24:36, “But concerning that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, nor the Son,[a] but the Father only.” even angels don’t know everything. They don’t have unlimited strength, either. They still submit to God, the sole being in the universe who possesses both infinite power and knowledge.“Angels are winged little babies that play the harp.”Many artists have portrayed angels as adorable little babies sitting in the clouds playing with a musical instrument. You can find these “angels” in sites like the Sistine Chapel. You can also spot them in your local gift stores in the form of delicate figurines. In reality, they have no physical bodies. They are referred to as “ministering spirits” in Hebrews 1:14. “Angels work in Heaven all day.”This is untrue since God commands angels to be sent into the world to serve His purposes. The Bible has numerous accounts of angelic visitations to earth. Like when God decided to send His Son to rescue humanity from their sins and an Angel appeared to Mary. Angels are also assigned the task of serving, protecting, and guarding God’s people.

Myths About Demons

“Satan is the rival of God”When exactly God created angels is not specified in the Bible. Even so, in light of what we read in Colossians 1:15-16, we can see that God created all things with Jesus in mind. Astounding as it may seem, the concept that creation could one day outshine its creator is ridiculous. The whole universe is God’s handiwork. God is so far above everything else that no one or thing can compare to Him.“God created Demons” Specifically, it is not true that God made demons. However, He did make Angels. Satan, formerly known as the Angel Lucifer, fell from grace after turning his back on God. His narrative is recorded briefly in Isaiah 14:12-14. It was the Angels’ pride and disobedience that led to their downfall and turned them into demons.“Demons are omnipotent and omniscient beings”It’s important to remember that Angels and Demons aren’t perfect. They lost a lot rather than gained anything from their disobedience to God. Demons are terrified of Jesus. As Mark 1:23-24 shows, the demons in one man’s body acknowledged Jesus as the Son of God and knew that Jesus had the authority to cast them out completely.


Many distinct representations of angels and demons exist in popular culture. Knowing the truth about these beings will give you an upper hand in many situations. It’s important to remember that they’re not flawless and that God is ultimately sovereign. Don’t forget that this is the same God who promises to go the extra mile for you because of how much you mean to him. Therefore, be brave, and do not let the cares of this life deter you from serving God. The Bible Portal is a great place to look for similar words of encouragement.