The term "angels" is one which is held sacred by all mankind.
When Jesus spoke to "those Jews which believed on him" and said, "If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; and ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free," he left no doubt as to the efficacy of Truth as an unfailing remedy for human bondage, regardless of whether the bondage seemed hard, cruel, and merciless, or subtle, pleasant, and stupefying.
Many sincere students, in loving gratitude for all that Christian Science has brought to them, are eager and willing to serve in some one of the many departments which our beloved Cause provides.
It may be interesting to read books which tell us of the tribes of Israel; but study of them will not give any real satisfaction or bring us a clearer realization of God and of what constitutes His "chosen" people, unless it turns us to the Bible to seek honestly for ourselves.
In an age of much humanitarian activity, the student of Christian Science who wishes to be active in doing good should clearly comprehend the source and consequent right method of the activity in which he would engage.