5 After all, when did God ever say to any of the angels: You are my Son. Today I have become your Father? Or, even, I will be his Father, and he will be my Son? 6 But then, when he brought his firstborn into the world, he said, All of God’s angels must worship him. 7 He talks about the angels: He’s the one who uses the spirits for his messengers and who uses flames of fire as ministers. 8 But he says to his Son, God, your throne is forever and your kingdom’s scepter is a rod of justice. 9 You loved righteousness and hated lawless behavior. That is why God, your God, has anointed you more than your companions with the oil of joy. 10 And he says, You, Lord, laid the earth’s foundations in the beginning, and the heavens are made by your hands. 11 They will pass away, but you remain. They will all wear out like old clothes. 12 You will fold them up like a coat. They will be changed like a person changes clothes, but you stay the same, and the years of your life won’t come to an end 13 When has he ever said to any of the angels, Sit at my right side until I put your enemies under your feet like a footstool? 14 Aren’t all the angels ministering spirits who are sent to serve those who are going to inherit salvation? (Hebrews 1:5-14, CEB)
The son of God is not another angel, not just one of the heavenly beings.
Jesus is God, and when Jesus came to tent among us, God came and dwelt among us.
Know that God loves you so much that God stepped off the throne and became a baby born in a manger and lived in this world that God created to show us the love God has for creation.
Never doubt the love. Even in all of the evil of this world, God is always with you, and the love God has given you, is a hope for a better world.