Look up Isaiah 5:1-7. The vineyard in this story was a fruitful place with good soil. The person in charge fenced it in meaning that he wanted to protect his vineyard. He also gathered the stones meaning that he was preparing for the future and planted the “choicest vine” or the best of the best. He even built a tower to oversee and watch over it and built a winepress in preparation of his hopes and dreams for it. Even with all of that work and preparation, it flopped and went so far as to bring forth “wild” grapes.
God has a plan to get what He wants, you. Look up Romans 8:26. God gave us the Holy Spirit to point us back to Him. When we pray, we do not even know what to pray for. God does become jealous when he doesn’t get what he wants. Look up Exodus 20:5, Exodus 34:14, Zechariah 8:2, and Hebrews 12:1. We need to lay aside the weights, or sins, and run towards God.
Look up Titus 2:11-15. The main reason that man was created was to serve God. Look up Luke 1:17. The music we listen to, what we say, our everyday life, it is all for God’s purpose. God was not created for us, but we were created for Him. All 365 days a year and 24 hours a day, we are to be used for Him.
When the Bible refers to an angel, there were several different combinations. Sometimes it was a literal angel, but according to Hebrews 13:2 sometimes an angel is just a man. In Revelations 8:3-5, we see that Christ is called an angel. In Luke 16:22, we see that angels receive the dying and departing saints. It is possible that there are angels around us, but besides the fact that they will not be obviously sinning and doing wrong, there is no way for us to tell who they may be.
Hebrews 1:7 “And of the angels he saith, Who maketh his angels spirits, and his ministers a flame of fire.” The angels in Heave are spirits meaning that they are not married, can not be saved, are not recorded to ever sing in the Bible. They also are always masculine in the Scriptures and even have a rank system like in the military with the Archangel, etc. One reason that there are angels is that they protect us according to Psalm 91:11. In Hebrews 12:22, we see that the angels are countless. In Hebrews 1:14, we see that they will comfort us, and in 1 Corinthians 4:9, they will watch out for us.