Fact About Angels


Angels: Who or What Are They?

An angel is a supernatural spiritual being who serves God in various theistic religious traditions.

Angels are frequently depicted as benevolent celestial intermediaries between God and humanity in Abrahamic religions. Other roles include human protectors and guides, as well as God’s servants.

Angels are frequently depicted in Abrahamic religions as benevolent celestial intermediaries between God or Heaven and humanity.

Other roles include human protectors and guides, as well as God’s servants.

Even the prayer of guidance says; “Angel of God, my guardian dear, to whom God’s love commits me here, ever this day (or night) be at my side, to light and guard, to rule and guide”.

Angels are represented throughout Christian Bibles as spiritual beings intermediate between God and humans.

As seen in Psalms 8:4–5 (KJV), it says,  “Yet you have made them humans a little lower than God, and crowned them with glory and honor.”. Christians believe that angels are created beings, based on (Psalms 148:2–5).

In fact, only four of the hundreds of angelic references share names, below are the four names of Angels.

The Bible’s four listed angelic names

1. Archangel Michael: Michael is a very powerful angel who defends and guards those who adore God. He cares deeply about justice and the truth.

Michael is mentioned four times in the Bible. Jude 1:9 refers to him as an archangel, and other passages refer to him as a participant in celestial combat.

As seen above, he is referred to as a chief prince who serves to safeguard God’s people.

The same angel shares Daniel’s future with him once more in chapter 12. He makes another Michael reference.

He defend us in battle and keep us safe from the devil’s wickedness and snares. A vital and essential instrument for enhancing our relationship with the Lord is the Three Prayers.

We have the tools and power we need from the supernatural. Understanding what to pray for and how to pray can make a huge difference. The three prayers are;

The prayer of protection.

The prayer of transformation.

The prayer of restoration.

These prayers will assist you in finding a way of living that is strengthened by God’s presence as Angel Michael . Never again will your life be the same.

2. Angel Gabriel: Gabriel is an archangel who appears in Abrahamic religions. He is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament, and the Quran.

Gabriel appears to the prophet Daniel in the Hebrew Bible to explain his visions. The Book of Enoch and other early Jewish scriptures also contain references to the archangel.

The Bible specifically refers to the angel Gabriel three times when he brings messages from God to Daniel, Zechariah, and Mary.

Gabriel appears elsewhere in the Bible, bringing prophetic words from the Lord to God’s faithful.

Gabriel is a Hebrew name that means “God Is My Strength.” This Christian name remains popular today, ranking eighth on the Baby Names popularity charts.

Below is a description of Gabriel’s appearances to biblical figures to help you better understand his story and significance in the Bible.

Archangel; dressed in blue or white garment; carrying a lily, a trumpet, a shining lantern, a Paradise branch, a scroll, and a scepter.

Gabriel appears to the prophet Daniel in the Hebrew Bible to explain his visions as seen in (Daniel 8:15–26, 9:21–27).

3. Angel Lucifer: Lucifer is one of several folklore figures associated with the planet Venus. The entity’s name was later absorbed into Christianity as a name for the devil.

On first hearing, the doctrine that Lucifer and our Lord, Jesus Christ, are brothers may appear surprising to some, particularly those unfamiliar with later-day revelations.

However, both the scriptures and the prophets confirm that Jesus Christ and Lucifer are descended from our Heavenly Father and thus spirit brothers.

From the beginning, Jesus Christ was with the Father. Lucifer, like Michael, was an angel “in authority in the presence of God,” a “son of the morning.” ( Isaiah 14:12).

Both Jesus and Lucifer were powerful leaders with vast knowledge and power. But, as the Father’s Firstborn, Jesus was Lucifer’s older brother.

When our Heavenly Father presented his plan of salvation, Jesus upheld the plan and his part in it, giving glory to God, to whom it rightfully belonged.

Lucifer, on the other hand, was only interested in power, honor, and glory for himself. (See also Isa. 14:13-14).

When his alteration of the Father’s plan was rejected, he rebelled against God and was cast out of heaven along with those who supported him. (Rev. 12:7-9).

4. Abaddon Or Apollyon: An angel named Abaddon is described as the king of an army of locusts in the Book of Revelation of the New Testament.

His name is first transcribed in Koine Greek (Revelation 9:11—”whose name in Hebrew is Abaddon”) as Ἀπολλύων, and then translated as Apollyon.

Apollyon represents submission to external forces. He exemplifies the polar opposite of Christian’s spiritual freedom in leaving behind his worldly existence.

The name Apollyon is derived from the Greek god Apollo, lord of beauty and form, who rules over worldly values


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