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Seraphim

The Hebrew word is the singular form of the word is Seraph, signifying burning, fiery. Celestial beings in attendance upon Jehovah, mentioned by Isaiah (vi, 2-7). Similar to the Cherubim, having the human form, face, voice, two hands, and two feet, but six wings, with four of which they cover their faces and feet--as a sign of reverence-- while with two they fly. Their specific office is to sing the praises of the Holy One, and convey messages from heaven to earth.

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