The statement in my previous Blog post that every person who has a name that begins or ends with "el" is an Angel, has caused some consternation. We all assumed that while Angels may visit, they never would agree to live on the earth. Although heaven is preferable, Angels choose to live on the earth because they seek to be of service. The sacrifice of living on the earth is nothing compared to the rewards for their service. In addition, they always had the option of returning to heaven if they thought they had made a mistake in coming to the earth, but no Angel has ever exercised that option.
When an Angel makes the decision to come to the earth, it usually is because he or she is seeking elevation to a higher form of service. Angels have varying roles and can seek a higher role if they so desire. However, the path to promotion is through service and therefore they can choose to fulfill the service obligations on the earth.
Angels enter the earth in the same manner in which humans enter, but Angels must have at least one parent who is also an Angel. In addition, when an Angel is to be born, only a mother who has never given birth or been pregnant can be the parent. When an Angel enters the earth at conception, the spirit is fully awake and fully conscious, and remains in that condition for life. They know who they are, why they came to the earth, and when their mission will end. They are not able to determine the date they will leave, but can remain on earth beyond the end of their mission.
In contrast, when human spirits enter the earth, they enter in a state of semi-consciousness, and have no recollection of the spirit's previous existence. They learn of their mission by trial and error, and sometimes live their entire lives without ever finding their purpose for being on the earth. Instead of fulfilling their Godly mission, they fulfill a mission given to them by society, by their parents, or by their ego. When Judgment Day arrives, they may have earned merits for the way in which they lived, but their soul's mission will have gone unfulfilled.
A soul is created each time the Lord God Almighty detects a need on the earth that has gone or will go unfulfilled. The soul's purpose is to fulfill that need, but if the soul fails to fulfill the need, another soul is created whose mission is to fulfill it. There is never a need for which the Lord God Almighty does not provide a spirit whose purpose is to fulfill it, although human beings frequently reject the Lord's provision and method of fulfillment, then claim that God failed to respond to their prayers.
God will judge the souls who knew their mission and purpose or were easily capable of discovering it, yet chose deliberately to ignore it and to fulfill the devil's agenda.