Holy angels are created beings. In Psalm 148, their creation and existence is recognized. In that passage, the psalmist speaks to the celestial heavens, including the angels, to praise God. It says, “For He commanded and they were created.” Even though the exact time of creation is never pinned down, we’re told in the book of Job that they were present when the earth was created.
Unlike God, holy angels are not omnipresent—they cannot be everywhere at once. However, all angels were created holy, without sin, and in a state of perfect holiness. Even after sin entered the world, God’s angels did not rebel and instead continued with their good nature.
Since there are so many different angels, you may wonder which ones every Christian should know. It’s important to differentiate between each angel’s histories.