Music is the language of the angels
Throughout nature we hear the music of the heavens.
There is the singing of the birds, the music in the rustling of the trees, the rhythms of the animals in the ocean and numerous other sounds of the universe. Sounds that as humans we can try to synthetically replicate, but not with the beauty of the real entity.
In the book of Job we are told that “the morning stars sang together and all the angels shouted for joy” (Job 38:7). Music was instilled in all of God’s creation from the outset.
Music also seems to be the language of the angels. After all, we are told that out of all of the creative arts music is the one we will definitely have in heaven.
The angels often use music in which they strive to communicate with
us to share messages of hope and love or warnings of discernment’s to those of us here on earth.
Thomas Carlyle said “Music is well said to be the speech of angels.”
Music is the way the angels communicate and correspond with the human race. They interact with humans by providing guidance and direction in speaking, writing, composing, praying and performing music.
Angels are portrayed throughout scripture as making music in ways such as playing the harp, playing trumpets and singing.
The archangel Sandalphon is considered the patron angel of music and heaven’s musical director.
How have the angels used music to communicate with you?
I found this song written by the performer about the language of angels I wanted to share: