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    Yahweh's Angels, By Name!

    by love777yah (Posted Sun, 11 Jul 2010 04:27:29 +0000)
    The following list is of traditional angel names gathered from different religions, mythologies and lore.

    These angel names are of those angels considered to be of good nature and not fallen angels;

    Abasdarhon - angel of the fifth hour of the night.
    Abraxos - ancient name attributed to an angel.
    Adnachiel - angel who rules November.
    Adonael - an archangel .
    Adonai - one of seven angels of the presence, or elohim; creator.
    Aeshma - Persian archangel.
    Af - angel of light.
    Agla - angel who saved Lot and his family.
    Akriel - angel who aids those with infertility.
    Amitiel - angel of truth.
    Amriel - angel of the month of May.
    Anael - angel influencing love, passion and sexuality.
    Anapiel - angel whose name means "branch of God."
    Anahel - angel who rules the third heaven.
    Anpiel - angel who protects birds.
    Ansiel - name of an angel known as "the constrainer."
    Arael - variation of Uriel; prince over the people.
    Araqiel - angel with dominion over the earth.
    Araton - one of seven ruling angels over the provinces of heaven.
    Ariel - "lion of God;" angel of protection.
    Armisael - angel of the womb.
    Asariel - "whom God has bound;" rules the moon.
    Asroilu - guardian angel of the seventh heaven.
    Astanphaeus - one of the seven angels of the presence; third gate guardian.
    Asteraoth - name of an angel who thwarts power.
    Atrugiel - great prince of the seventh heaven.
    Ayil - angel of the zodiac sign Sagittarius.
    Azbogah - name of the high ranking angel of judgment.
    Azrael - archangel of death.
    Azriel - name for the angel of destruction.
    Balthioul - angel with the power to thwart distress.
    Baradiel - angel of hail.
    Barakiel - angel of lightning.
    Barrattiel - angel of support.
    Barbiel - angel of October.
    Bariel - ruling angel of the eleventh hour of the day.
    Barman - angel of intelligence.
    Barquiel - ruling angel of the seventh hour of the day.
    Baruchiel - angel with power over strife.
    Bath Kol - female angel of divine prophecy.
    Bazazath - archangel of the second heaven.
    Bethor - one of seven ruling angels of the province of heaven.
    Briathos - name of an angel who thwarts demons.
    Cahethal - seraphim angel over agriculture.
    Camael - angel name that means "he who sees God;" chief angel of powers.
    Cassiel - angel of Saturn.
    Cerviel - angel ruler of the principalities.
    Chamuel - archangel whose name means "he who seeks God."
    Chayyliel - angel whose name means "army;" a powerful angel.
    Cochabiel - angel prince who stands before God.
    Dabriel - angel of the first heaven who rules over Monday.
    Dagiel - angel who has dominion over fish.
    Dalquiel - angel prince of the third heaven.
    Damabiath - angel of naval construction.
    Dardariel - ruling angel of the eleventh hour.
    Diniel - angel who protects infants.
    Domiel - angel who guards the sixth hall of the seventh heaven.
    Dubbiel - guardian angel of Persia; name means "bear-God."
    Duma - angel prince of dreams.
    Dumah - angel of silence.
    Eae - angel who thwarts demons.
    Eiael - angel with dominion over the occult sciences.
    Elyon - ministering angel who brought the plague of hail upon Egypt.
    Emmanuel - angel whose name means "God with us."
    Erathaol - one of seven great archon angels.
    Eremiel - great angel who presides over the Abyss and Hades.
    Gabriel - archangel whose name means "man or hero of God."
    Gadriel - angel who rules the fifth heaven.
    Galgaliel - prince angel of the sun, like Raphael.
    Galizur - great angel who rules the second heaven.
    Gamaliel - angel who takes the elect unto heaven.
    Gazardiel - angel who supervises the east.
    Geburatiel - angel prince who guards the seventh heaven.
    Guriel - angel of the zodiac sign of Leo.
    Gzrel - angel who revokes any evil decree against another in heaven.
    Hadraniel - angel who stands at the second gate in heaven; "majesty of God."
    Hadriel - guardian angel of the gates of the east wind.
    Hagith - one of the seven ruling angels of the provinces of heaven.
    Halaliel - archangel known as "the lord of karma."
    Hamaliel - angel who rules the order of virtues.
    Hamon - a great, honored, beautiful prince angel in heaven.
    Haniel - an archangel who guards the tree of life.
    Harahel - angel who oversees libraries.
    Hasdiel - angel of benevolance.
    Hasmal - fire speaking angel of the throne of God.
    Hayliel - angel prince in the seventh heaven.
    Haziel - angel whose name means "vision of God."
    Heman - angel leader of the heavenly choir, whose name means "trust."
    Hermesiel - angel who leads one of the heavenly choirs.
    Hofniel - ruling angel of the bene elohim; name means "fighter of God."
    Iaoel - an angel of the lord; angel of visions.
    Iaoth - archangel who has power to thwart demons.
    Leo - an angel who thwarts demons.
    Iofiel - archangel whose name means "beauty of God."
    Israfil - Islamic angel whose name means "the burning one."
    Jael - cherub who guards the ark of the covenant.
    Jahoel - one of the angels of the presence and chief of the seraphim.
    Jaoel - guardian angel who lives in the seventh heaven.
    Jeduthun - angel whose name means "master of howling" or chanting to God.
    Jefischa - ruling angel of the fourth hour of the night.
    Jehudiel - archangel who rules the movements of the celestial spheres.
    Jeremiel - archangel whose name means "mercy of God."
    Kabshiel - angel of grace and favor.
    Kafziel - archangel who rules the planet Saturn.
    Kakabel - angel who rules over stars and constellations.
    Kalaziel - angel who has the power to thwart demons of disease.
    Karael - angel who has the power to thwart demons.
    Kemuel - archon angel and chief of the seraphim.
    Kerubiel - prince angel of the cherubim.
    Kokabiel - prince angel of the stars.
    Kutiel - angel of water and the use of diving rods.
    Labbiel - angel whose name was changed to Raphael.
    Lahabiel - angel who protects against evil spirits.
    Lamechial - angel who thwarts deception.
    Lassuarium - angel who rules the tenth hour of the night.
    Laylah - angel who oversees and protects childbirth.
    Machidiel - angel governing the zodiac sign of Aries and the month of March.
    Marmaroth - angel who has power to thwart fate.
    Mendrion - angel who rules the seventh hour of the night.
    Metatron - one of the greatest archangels, second only to God.
    Michael - great archangel whose name means "who is as God."
    Mihr - angel of divine mercy; angel that governs September.
    Miniel - angel invoked to induce love.
    Mitatron - an angel of the third heaven.
    Morael - angel of awe that rules the months of August-September.
    Moroni - brought messages to Joseph Smith, founder of Mormonism.
    Muriel - angel who rules the dominions and the month of June.
    Naaririel - great prince angel of the seventh heaven.
    Nahaliel - angel who governs running streams; "valley of God."
    Nanael - angel who governs the sciences, and philosophy.
    Narcariel - angel that rules the eighth hour of the night.
    Nasargiel - good angel with a lion head that rules hell.
    Nathanael - angel ruling over hidden things, fire and vengeance.
    Naya'il - angel of testing.
    Nelchael - angel of the schemhamphorae.
    Nuriel - angel of spellbinding power and of hail storms.
    Och - one ruling angel of the provinces of heaven.
    Omael - angel of chemistry and species perpetuation.
    Onoel - name of an archon angel...
    Ophaniel - prince angel over the ophanim.
    Ophiel - one ruling angel of the provinces of heaven and Mercury.
    Oriel - ruling angel of the tenth hour of the day.
    Orifiel - archangel over thrones, and the second hour of the day.
    Orphamiel - angel known as the "great finger of the Father."
    Osmadiel - ruling angel of the eighth hour of the day.
    Ouriel - archangel who commands demons.
    Pamyel - ruling angel of the ninth hour of night.
    Pathiel - angel whose name means "opener of God."
    Peliel - angel who rules the virtues.
    Peniel - angel who rules Friday and resides in the third heaven.
    Pesagniyah - angel who ushers prayers of grief to heaven.
    Phaleg - one of the seven ruling angels of the provinces of heaven.
    Phanuel - archangel who is an interpreter of revelations.
    Phounebiel - disease thwarting angel.
    Phul one of the seven ruling angels of the provinces of heaven.
    Pravuil - an archangel who keeps all the records of heaven.
    Pronoia - an archon angel who helped make mankind.
    Purah - angel of forgetfulness.
    Puriel - angel whose name means "the fire of God;" angel of punishment.
    Qaspiel - angel who rules the moon.
    Quabriel - ruling angel of the ninth hour of the day.
    Rachiel - ophanim angel who rules Venus and governs sexuality.
    Rachmiel - angel of mercy whose name also means the same.
    Radueriel - angel who can create other angels and oversees archives.
    Raguel - angel who watches over the behavior of angels; "friend of God."
    Rahab - angel of death, destruction, but also the sea.
    Rahatiel - angel prince of the constellations; name means "to run."
    Rahmiel - angel of mercy and love.
    Ramiel - angel who oversees visions and souls during the day of judgment.
    Raphael - great archangel whose name means "the shining one who heals."
    Rathanael - angel of the third heaven and thwarter of demons.
    Raziel - angel chief over the thrones, guarding the secrets of the universe.
    Remiel - angel who leads souls to judgment; name means "mercy of God."
    Rikbiel - angel who oversees the divine chariot; chief of wheels.
    Rizoel - angel with power to thwart demons.
    Rogziel - angel of punishment whose name means "the wrath of God."
    Ruman - angel who takes account of evil men's deeds while in hell.
    Sabaoth - archon angel of the presence.
    Sabathiel - angel or intelligence who communicates divine light.
    Sablo - angel of graciousness and protection.
    Sabrael - archangel who guards the first heaven.
    Sabrathan - ruling angel of the first hour of the night.
    Sachiel - ruling angel of Jupiter whose name means "covering of God."
    Sagnessagiel - angel who guards the fourth hall of the seventh heaven.
    Sahaqiel - angel prince of the fourth heaven.
    Salathiel - rescuing angel of Adam and Eve.
    Samkiel - angel of destruction and purifier of souls from sheol.
    Samuel - fruling angel of the first hour of the day.
    Sandalphon - giant angel whose name means "co-brother" (of Metratron).
    Saniel - ruling angel of the sixth hour of the day.
    Sarakiel - angel who rules the ministering angels.
    Sarandiel - ruling angel of the twelfth hour of the night.
    Satqiel - angel prince of the fifth heaven.
    Seraphiel - chief angel of the seraphim angels.
    Shamsiel - angel whose name means "light of day."
    Shepherd - angel of repentance.
    Shoftiel - angel whose name means "the judge of God."
    Sidqiel - angel prince of the ophanim; ruler of Venus.
    Sidriel - angel prince of the first heaven.
    Simiel - archangel.
    Sizouze - angel of prayer.
    Sophia - angel whose name means "wisdom."
    Soqedhozi - angel who weighs the merits of of men before God.
    Sorath - angel who is the spirit of the sun.
    Sorush - angel who punishes souls on judgment day.
    Soterasiel - angel whose name means "who stirs up the fire of God."
    Sraosha - angel who sets the world in motion.
    Suriel - angel of healing whose name means "God's command."
    Tagas - governing angel of singing angels.
    Tartys - ruling angel of the second hour of the night.
    Tatrasiel - great angelic prince.
    Temeluch - angel caretaker who protects newborn babies and children.
    Temperance - angel of the elixir of life.
    Theliel - angel prince of love.
    Tubiel - angel of summer.
    Tzadkiel - angel of justice and guardian of the gates of the east wind.
    Ubaviel - angel of the zodiac sign of Capricorn.
    Umabel - angel of physics and astronomy.
    Uriel - great archangel whose name means "God is my light."
    Usiel - an angel who stands before the throne of God.
    Uzziel - cherubim angel whose name means "strength of God."
    Varhmiel - ruling angel of the fourth hour of the day.
    Vequaniel - ruling angel of the third hour of the day.
    Verchiel - ruling angel of the month of July and of the zodiac sign Leo.
    Vretiel - swift in wisdom archangel responsible for recording God's deeds.
    Xathanael - the sixth angel created by God.
    Yabbashael - an angel of the earth whose name means "the mainland."
    Yefefiah - archangel who is the prince of the Torah.
    Yehudiah - benevolant angel of death.
    Yerachmiel - an archangel who rules earth.
    Yeshamiel - angel who rules the zodiac sign of Libra.
    Yofiel - angel prince of the Torah commanding 53 legions of angels.
    Zaapiel - angel punisher of wicked souls.
    Zaazenach - ruling angel of the sixth hour of the night.
    Zabkiel - angel who rules over the thrones.
    Zachariel - angel governor of Jupiter.
    Zachriel - angel who governs memories.
    Zadkeil - archangel who rules heaven and stands in the presence of God.
    Zagzagel - angel prince of the Torah and of wisdom.
    Zakzakiel - angel of the seventh heaven who records good deeds.
    Zaphiel - angel ruler of the cherubim.
    Zaphkiel - archangel whose name means "knowledge of God."
    Zarall - cherub angel who guards the ark of the covenant.
    Zazriel - angel whose name means "strength of God."
    Zehanpuryu - high ranking angel whose name means "one who sets free."
    Zerachiel - angel of the month of July and the sun.
    Zophiel - angel whose name means "God's spy."
    Zuriel - angel ruler of the principalities whose name means "my rock is God."

    These angel names are of those angels considered to be of a bad nature and not good angel names;

    Abaddon - fallen angel of death whose name means "to destroy."
    Abezethibou - one-winged Red Sea fallen angel.
    Allocen - fallen angel who is a duke in hell.
    Amduscias - name of the fallen angel who appears as a unicorn.
    Amon - fallen angel who is a strong marquis over 40 legions.
    Amy - name of a fallen angel who is a president in hell.
    Andras - fallen angel marquis and appears raven-headed.
    Andrealphus - fallen angel who can transform humans into birds.
    Andromalius - fallen angel who appears as a man holding a serpent.
    Apollyon - fallen angel of death; same as Abaddon.
    Armaros - fallen angel who teaches the "resolving of enchantments."
    Asmoday - fallen angel king with three heads: a bull, a ram, and a man.
    Asmodeus - one of the most evil of fallen angels, being an archdemon.
    Astaroth - fallen angel who is a grand duke in hell.
    Azael - evil, fallen angel who cohabited with women.
    Azazel - fallen angel whose name means "God strengthens."
    Azza - fallen angel whose name means "the strong."
    Baal - fallen angel whose name means "the lord."
    Balam - fallen angel who looks like Asmoday with a serpent tail.
    Balberith - fallen angel who is a grand pontiff in hell.
    Baraqijal - fallen angel who teaches astrology.
    Barbatos - fallen angel who is a great count, earl and duke of hell.
    Bathin - pale horse riding fallen angel.
    Beelzebub - fallen angel known as the "prince of demons."
    Behemoth - fallen angel who is the "demon of the deep."
    Beleth - fallen angel who is a terrible king over 85 legions.
    Belial - deceptively beautiful fallen angel whose name means "without worth."
    Belphegor - fallen angel whose name means "lord of opening."
    Berith - fallen angel...
    Bernael - fallen angel of darkness and evil.
    Bifrons - fallen angel that appears monstrous and teaches mathematical arts.
    Botis - fallen angel who appears as a viper.
    Buer - fallen angel who teaches philosophy, logic and ethics.
    Bune - fallen angel who appears as a dragon with three heads.
    Caim - fallen angel who appears as a thrush or man with a sword.
    Dantanian - fallen angel who appears as a man with many faces.
    Decarabia - fallen angel who appears as a star in a pentacle.
    Eligor - fallen angel who appears as a good knight with lance.
    Enepsigos - fallen angel who appears in the shape of woman.
    Flauros - fallen angel who appears as a leopard.
    Focalor - fallen angel who appears as a man with griffin wings.
    Forcas - fallen angel who teaches logic and ethics.
    Forneus - fallen angel marquis who appears as a sea monster.
    Furcas - fallen angel who appears as a cruel man with long beard.
    Furfur - fallen angel who appears as a hart with a fiery tail.
    Gaap - fallen angel who appears as a man with bat wings.
    Gadreel - fallen angel whose name means "God is my helper."
    Gamygyn - fallen angel who appears as a small horse.
    Glasyalabolas - fallen angel who appears as a winged dog.
    Gomory - fallen angel who appears as a camel riding woman of beauty.
    Gusion - fallen angel who can discern the past, present or future.
    Hagenti - fallen angel who appears as a bull with griffin wings.
    Halpas - fallen angel who appears as a stork.
    Imamiah - fallen angel who governs voyages.
    Ipos - fallen angel who appears as an angel with a lion's head.
    Kokabiel - fallen angel whose name means "star of God."
    Kunopegos - fallen angel who appears as a sea horse and sinks ships.
    Lahash - fallen angel who interferes with divine will.
    Lerajie - fallen angel who appears as an archer in green.
    Leviathon - fallen angel associated with the deep seas.
    Lillith - fallen female angel who searches for children to kidnap or kill.
    Lix Tetrax - fallen angel of the wind.
    Lucifer - actually a Babylonian king whose name means "bearer of light."
    Malpas - fallen angel who appears as a crow.
    Marbas - fallen angel who appears as a lion.
    Marchosias - fallen angel who appears as a she-wolf with griffin wings.
    Mastema - fallen angel whose name means "hostility."
    Mephistopheles - fallen angel; name means "he who loves not the light."
    Morax - fallen angel who appears as a bull.
    Naamah - fallen angel of prostitution whose name means "pleasing."
    Naberius - fallen angel who appears as a crowing cock.
    Obyzouth - fallen angel femal who kills newborns and cause still-births.
    Onoskelis - female fallen angel who lives in caves and perverts men.
    Orias - fallen angel who appears as a lion with serpent's tail.
    Ornias - fallen angel who is annoying and can shape-shift.
    Orobas - fallen angel who appears as a horse.
    Ose - fallen angel who appears as a leopard and is a president in hell.
    Paimon - fallen angel who appears as a crowned man on a camel.
    Penemuel - fallen angel who corrupts mankind through writing.
    Pharzuph - fallen angel of fornication and lust.
    Phoenix - fallen angel who appears as a phoenix bird.
    Procel - fallen angel who can speak of hidden and secret things.
    Purah - fallen angel of forgetfulness and the conjuring of the dead.
    Purson - fallen angel who appears as a lion-headed man on a bear.
    Qemuel - fallen angel who was destroyed by God.
    Rahab - fallen angel of pride whose name means "violence."
    Raum - fallen angel who appears as a crow.
    Ronobe - fallen angel who is a monster who teaches rhetoric and art.
    Ruax - headache fallen angel.
    Sabnack - fallen angel who appears as a soldier with lion's head.
    Saleos - fallen angel who appears as a soldier on a crocodile.
    Samael - evil fallen angel whose name means "the blind God."
    Satan - christian fallen angel whose name means "adversary."
    Seere - fallen angel who appears as a man on a winged horse.
    Semyaza - fallen angel leader and one of the Sons of God.
    Shax - fallen angel who appears as a stork; stealer of money.
    Solas - fallen angel who appears as a raven and teaches astronomy.
    Sorath - fallen angel to some whose number is 666.
    Sytry - fallen angel; appears as a man with griffin wings and leopard head.
    Uzza - fallen angel whose name means "strength."
    Valac - fallen angel who appears as a small boy with wings on a dragon.
    Valefor - fallen angel who appears as a many-headed lion.
    Vapula - fallen angel who is skilled in handicrafts, science and philosophy.
    Vassago - fallen angel who discovers all things lost or hidden.
    Vepar - fallen angel who appears as a mermaid.
    Vine - fallen angel and appears as a lion sitting on a black horse.
    Vual - fallen angel who appears as a huge camel.
    Wormwood - fallen angel who brings plagues upon the Earth.
    Xaphan - fallen angel who fires the fires of hell.
    Zagan - fallen angel who can transform things; looks like a bull with wings.
    Zepar - fallen angel who makes women love men.

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    Re: Yahweh's Angels, By Name!

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    These angel names are of those angels considered to be of a bad nature and not good angel names;

    Amy - name of a fallen angel who is a president in hell.
    The irony.

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    I'm not a president in Hell! I'm sweet Amy Rose!

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    That's an interesting list...

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    Re: Yahweh's Angels, By Name!

    From Nave's;

    Angel (1) A Celestial Spirit.

    Called Angel of the Lord
    Mat_1:20; Mat_1:24; Mat_2:13; Mat_2:19; Mat_28:2; Luk_1:11; Act_5:19; Act_7:30; Act_7:35; Act_8:26; Act_12:7; Act_12:23
    Called Morning Stars
    Called Hosts
    Gen_2:1; Gen_32:2; Jos_5:14; 1Ch_12:22; Psa_33:6; Psa_103:21; Luk_2:13
    Called Principalities, Powers
    Eph_3:10; Col_1:16
    Gen_2:1; Neh_9:6; Col_1:16
    Of different orders
    Isa_6:2; 1Th_4:16; 1Pe_3:22; Jud_1:9; Rev_12:7
    Worship God
    Neh_9:6; Phi_2:9-11; Heb_1:6
    Not to be worshiped
    Col_2:18; Rev_19:10; Rev_22:8-9
    Do not marry
    Mat_22:30; Mar_12:25; Luk_20:35
    Are obedient
    Psa_103:20; Mat_6:10; Luk_11:2; 1Pe_3:22; 2Pe_2:11; Jud_1:6
    Have knowledge of, and interest in, earthly affairs
    Mat_24:36; Luk_9:31; Luk_15:7; Luk_15:10; 1Ti_5:21; 1Pe_1:12
    Men called angels
    Are examples of meekness
    2Pe_2:11; Jud_1:9
    2Sa_14:17; 2Sa_14:20
    Psa_103:20; 2Pe_2:11
    Mat_25:31; Mar_8:38
    Deu_33:2; 2Ki_6:17; Job_25:3; Psa_68:17; Heb_12:22; Jud_1:14
    Aspects of
    Jdg_13:6; Isa_6:2; Dan_10:6; Mat_28:3
    Functions of:
    Guard the way to the tree of life
    Law given by
    Act_7:53; Gal_3:19; Heb_2:2
    Medium of revelation to prophets
    2Ki_1:15; Dan_4:13-17; Dan_8:19; Dan_9:21-27; Dan_10:10-20; Zec_1:9-11; Act_8:26; Act_23:9; Gal_3:19; Heb_2:2; Rev_1:1; Rev_5:2-14; Rev_7:1-3; Rev_7:11-17; Rev_8:2-13; Rev 9-20; Rev_22:6; Rev_22:16
    Remonstrates with Balaam
    Announces the birth of:
    Judg 13
    John the Baptist
    Mat_1:20-21; Luk_1:28-38; Luk_2:7-15
    Warns Joseph to escape to Egypt
    Minister to Jesus after the temptation
    Mat_4:11; Mar_1:13; Joh_1:51
    Ministers to Jesus during his passion
    Present at the tomb of Jesus
    Present at the ascension
    Will be with Christ at his second coming
    Mat_25:31; Mar_8:38; 2Th_1:7; Jud_1:14-15
    Will be with Christ at the judgment
    Mat_13:39; Mat_13:41; Mat_13:49; Mat_16:27; Mat_24:31; Mat_25:31; Mar_13:27
    Ministrant to the righteous
    Gen_16:7; Gen_24:7; Gen_24:40; Exo_32:34; Exo_23:20; Exo_23:23; Exo_33:2; Num_20:16; 1Ki_19:5-8; 2Ch_18:18; Psa_34:7; Psa_68:17; 2Ki_6:17; Psa_91:11-12; Mat_4:6; Luk_4:10-11; Psa_104:4; Ecc_5:6; Isa_63:9; Dan_6:22; Dan_7:10; Luk_16:22; Joh_1:51; Joh_5:4; Act_5:19-20; Act_10:3-6; Act_12:7-10; Heb_1:7; Heb_1:14; Heb_13:2
    Execute judgments upon the wicked
    Gen 19:1-25; 2Sa_24:16-17; 1Ch_21:15-16; 2Ki_19:35; 2Ch_32:21; Isa_37:36; Psa_35:5-6; Psa_78:49; Mat_13:41-42; Mat_13:49-50; Act_12:23; Act_27:23-24; Jud_1:14-15; Rev_7:1-2; Rev_9:15; Rev_15:1
    Unclassified scriptures relating to
    Num_22:35; Deu_33:2; Job_4:15-19; Job_38:7; Psa_68:17; 2Ki_6:17; Psa_103:20-21; Psa_104:4; Heb_1:7; Psa_148:2; Isa_6:2; Isa_6:5-7; Ezek 1:4-25; Ezek 10; Dan_4:13; Dan_4:17; Dan_8:13-14; Dan_9:21-23; Zec_1:12-14; Zec_6:5; Mat_4:6; Mat_4:11; Mar_1:13; Mat_13:41-42; Mat_18:10; Mat_24:31; Mat_24:36; Mat_25:31; Mat_26:53; Luk_9:30-31; Mat_17:3; Mar_9:4; Luk_12:8-9; Mar_8:38; Luk_15:10; Luk_15:7; Joh_1:51; Act_7:53; Act_8:26; Gal_3:19; Eph_1:20-21; Eph_3:10; Col_1:16; Col_2:10; 2Th_1:7; 1Ti_3:16; 1Ti_5:21; Heb_1:4-5; Heb_1:13; Heb_2:2; Heb_2:5; Heb_2:7; Psa_8:5; Heb_2:16; Heb_12:22; Heb_13:2; 1Pe_1:12; 1Pe_3:22; 2Pe_2:11; Rev_4:8-11; Rev_5:9-11; Rev_7:9-10; Rev_10:1-6; Rev_14:10; Rev_18:1-3; Rev_19:10; Rev_22:8-9
    Appearances of:
    To Abraham
    Gen_18:2; Gen_22:11-18
    To Hagar, in the wilderness
    To Lot in Sodom
    Gen 19:1-17
    To Jacob, in his various visions
    To Moses
    To the Israelites
    Exo_14:19; Jdg_2:1-4
    To Balaam
    To Joshua, “the captain of the Lord's host”
    To Gideon
    To Manoah
    Jdg_13:6; Jdg_13:15-20
    To David, at the threshing floor of Araunah
    2Sa_24:16-17; 1Ch_21:15-16
    To Elijah
    To Elisha, while he lay under the juniper tree
    To Daniel, in the lion's den
    Dan_6:22; Dan_8:16; Dan_9:21; Dan_10:5-10; Dan_10:16; Dan_10:18; Dan_12:5-7
    To Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, in the fiery furnace
    Dan_3:25; Dan_3:28
    To Zechariah, in a vision
    Zec_2:3; Zec_3:1-2; Zec_4:1
    To Joseph, in a dream
    Mat_1:20; Mat_2:13; Mat_2:19
    At the transfiguration of Jesus
    Mat_17:3; Luk_9:30-31
    To Mary, concerning Jesus
    To Zacharias
    Luk_1:11-20; Luk_1:26-38
    To the shepherds
    Luk_2:9-11; Luk_2:13-14
    To Jesus, after his temptation
    In Gethsemane
    At the sepulcher
    Mat_28:2-5; Mar_16:5-7; Luk_24:23; Joh_20:12
    At the ascension
    To Peter and John, while in prison
    To Philip
    To Cornelius, in a dream
    Act_10:3; Act_10:30-32
    To Peter, in prison
    To Paul, on the way to Damascus
    To John, in Patmos
    Rev_1:1; Rev_5:2; Rev_7:11; Rev_10:9; Rev_11:1; Rev_17:7; Rev_19:10; Rev_22:8
    Job_4:18; Mat_25:41; 2Pe_2:4; Jud_1:6; Rev_12:9

  6. #6

    Re: Yahweh's Angels, By Name!



    P.C. Johnson (U.K.)

    DURING England's glorious summer of 2003, a national newspaper published a review of a book written about angels. This review made no mention of the large amount of information concerning angels given in the Holy Bible. According to Strong's Concordance, the Authorised Version of the Bible, lists 299 references to the angels. Surely a very significant volume of scripture worthy of our attention.

    The Oxford Dictionary describes an angel as a divine messenger, or a ministering spirit, superior to man in power, ability and intelligence.


    Psalm 104:4 tells us:

    "Who maketh his angels spirits, his ministers a flaming fire."

    Psalm 103:20 adds more:

    "Bless the Lord, ye his angels, that excel in strength, that do his commandments, hearkening unto the voice of his word"

    Hebrews 12:22 speaks of a large number of angels:

    "... an innumerable company of angels."

    In Matthew 22:30 Jesus, talking on a different subject, says:

    "For in the resurrection they (men and women) neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels in heaven "

    These four quotations, among others, tell us that the angels belong to God, they are spirits and are of great power. They obey the commandments of God, do his will and are innumerable. They are referred to in the masculine gender, but are neither male or female. Colossians 2:18 tells us that we must never worship them and Jesus in Luke 4:8 says:

    "Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God,and him only shalt thou serve."


    It seems we all have an impression of angels as being apparently similar to human form, dressed in long flowing white robes, of beautiful appearance and having large white feathered wings. This impression is probably based on the many artists' paintings of past centuries. But what does scripture tell us about their normal appearance? Not a lot but enough to recognise them. In Matthew 28:3 an angel of the Lord is described: .

    "His countenance was like lightening, and his raiment like snow "

    Revelation 10:1 describes an angel:

    "And I saw another mighty angel come down from heaven, clothed with a cloud: and a rainbow was upon his head, and his face was as it were the sun, and his feet as pillars of fire."

    John 20:11, 12 records how Mary Magdalene:

    "...stooped down, and looked into the (Jesus's) sepulchre, and seeth two angels in white sitting, the one at the head, and the other at the feet, where the body of Jesus had lain."

    Some "angel" references state that the angel had a drawn sword as in Numbers 22:23:

    "And the ass (belonging to Balaam) saw the angel of the Lord standing in the way, and his sword was drawn in his hand"

    These and other quotations give an impression of angels as having the stature similar to man, but there the likeness ends. The appearance of the angels is recorded as being very awesome, of a very bright white stature and glorious. The words like lightening, snow; a cloud; the sun, a rainbow and a pillar of fire, create in us a dazzling picture. In scripture the angels did invoke fear in some of those to whom they appeared.

    It will be noted that the above quotations do not record that the angels have any wings. None of the 299 quotations in the Bible mention that the angels have wings. However, perhaps they do have wings, the Bible confirms that they can fly.

    The Bible uses the word 'wings' mostly in a metaphorical sense. For example Psalm 91:4 tells us:

    ''He (God) shall cover thee with his feathers, and under his wings shalt thou trust."

    We would say today - God takes us under his wing - in other words, God looks after us.


    Many of the references to angels in the Bible are quoted simply as 'angel' or 'angels' with the definite article 'the' or 'his' or the the indefinite article 'an'. For example, in 1 Chronicles 21:15 we have the statement:

    "And God sent an angel unto Jerusalem... "

    Again, in Hebrews 1:7 we read:

    "(God), who maketh his angels spirits... "

    Other references to angel are quoted as 'angel of the Lord' or 'angel of God', again with the articles 'the' or 'an'. In these cases there may be a subtle difference in respect of some of the references. Where the article 'an' is used, or where angels (plural) is used, we can be sure it refers to one or more of God's angels. However, where the article 'the' is used, it may indicate the presence of The Deity, that is, God in angelic form. Consideration of the context will often confirm whether The Deity is present or not. For example in Genesis 22:15, 16 we read:

    "And the angel of the Lord called unto Abraham out of heaven the second time, and said, by myself have I sworn, saith the Lord, for because thou hast done this thing, and hast not withheld thy son, (Isaac) thine only son: That in blessing I will bless thee."

    In this quotation, as can be seen in the context, the angel was obviously God himself. In 2 Samuel 24:16, 17 it is stated:

    "And the angel of the Lord was by the threshing place of Araunah the Jebusite. And David spake unto the Lord (The Deity) when he saw the saw the angel that smote the people."

    The whole context should be read, but the short excerpt shows that the Lord (The DEITY) was a separate being from the angel of the Lord.

    In some cases the angels have the appearance of a man. Daniel records in chapter 9:21:

    "Yea, whiles I was speaking in prayer, even the man Gabriel, who I had seen in the vision at the beginning, being caused to fly swiftly, touched me about the time of the evening oblation."

    Just before the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, we read in Genesis 18:1,2:

    "And the Lord appeared unto him (Abraham) and he (Abraham) lift up his eyes and looked, and, lo, three men stood by him:"

    Here the whole context shows that the Lord himself (The Deity )had the appearance of a 'man'. The other two 'men' were angels. Again, in the same time frame, Genesis 19 records how Lot was visited by two angels in the guise of men.

    A few angel references relate to a human being. In Acts 12, Peter, we read was in prison and was released by an angel. He returned to his friends who thinking him dead thought it was his spirit in angelic form.


    A few other references relate to evil angels or the Devil's angels. See Psalm 78:49 and Matthew 25:41. Paul in 2 Corinthians 11:14 tells us:

    "And no marvel, for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light ".

    Paul warns us here to beware of Satan's attempts to deceive us. We should be especially careful in respect of false doctrine and false religious notions. With prayer, we should check and cross check in scripture, obtaining at least two confirming quotations as the case may be. If none can be found then reject that subject. The Lord will soon raise it again if it came from him. We have to be sure we have God's truth and not one of Satan's numerous deceptions.


    (a) Messengers

    Luke 2:10,11 relates how an angel appeared unto the shepherds at the time of the birth of Jesus the Christ:

    "And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for behold, I bring you tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David, a Saviour which is Christ the Lord"

    Years later after the crucifixion of Jesus, Matthew 28:5, 6 relates how early on the first day of the week (our Sunday) the two Marys were at Jesus's sepulchre when an angel rolled back the stone from the door of the sepulchre and said unto them:

    "...Fear not ye: for I know that ye seek Jesus, which was crucified. He is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Come see the place where the Lord lay."

    (b) Guides and Guards

    Exodus 23:20 records Gods words to the Children of Israel on their journey to the promised land.

    "Behold, I send an angel before thee, to keep thee in the way, and to bring thee into the place which I have prepared"

    (c) Protectors

    Psalm 91: 11 promises to the faithful:

    "For he shall give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways."

    Psalm 34:7 records the same theme:

    "The angel of the Lord encampeth round about them that fear him and delivereth them.."

    Again,when Daniel was in the lions' den, he tells us in chapter 6 verse 22:

    "My God hath sent his angels, and hath shut the lions mouths, that they have not hurt me."

    (d) Rescuers

    Acts 12 records how Herod imprisoned Peter. In verse 7 we read:

    "And,behold, the angel of the Lord came upon him, and a light shined in the prison: and he smote Peter on the side, and raised him up, saying, Arise up quickly. And his chains fell off from his hands. "

    The angel tells him to dress and leads him out of the prison, the gate out of the prison opening of its own accord, and the angel departed.

    (e) Destroyers and Punishers

    In Matthew 13:41 we are told:

    "The Son of man shall send forth his angels and they shall gather out of his kingdom all things that offend, and them that do iniquity and cast them into a fumace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth. "

    Again, in Samuel 24:16 we are told:

    "And when the angel stretched out his hand upon Jerusalem to destroy it, the Lord repented him of the evil, and said to the angel that destroyed the people, It is enough: stay now thine hand... "

    When the passover was first held by the Children of Israel just before they left Egypt, we are told in Exodus 12:23:

    "For the Lord will pass through to smite the Egyptians; and when he seeth the (lamb's) blood upon the lintel, and on the two side posts, the Lord will pass over the door, and will not suffer the destroyer to come in unto your houses to smite you. "

    (f) Miracle workers

    Acts 5:17-42 records the apostles being imprisoned by the high priest for teaching belief in Jesus the Christ. In verse 19 we read:

    "But the angel of the Lord by night opened the prison doors, and brought them forth."

    (g) Capable of flight

    Daniel 9:21 records:

    "Yea,while I was speaking in prayer, even the man (angel) Gabriel, whom I had seen in the vision at the beginning, being caused to fly swiftly... "

    Revelation 8:13 also tells us:

    "And I beheld, and heard an angel flying through the midst of heaven."

    (h) Ministering Spirits

    Matthew 4:1-11 records how Satan tried to tempt Jesus. Afterwards, we are told in verse 11:

    "Then the Devil leaveth him (Jesus) and, behold, angels came and ministered unto him."

    Hebrews 1:14 provides further details:

    "Are they (angels) not all ministering spirits, sent forth to minister for them who shall be heirs of salvation."

    This ministry has reference to the well being and physical safety of believers. This care begins at birth and continues throughout life.

    Just before the crucifixion of Jesus, Luke 22:43 tells us:

    "And there appeared an angel unto him (Jesus) from heaven, strengthening him."

    (i) Observers

    Paul records in Corinthians 4: 9:

    "...for we are made a spectacle unto the world, and to angels and to men. "

    This should influence our behaviour, because we are continually under observation by the angels.

    Solomon in Ecclesiastes 10:20 in eloquent prose confirms the same:

    "Curse not the king, no not in thy thought, and curse not the rich in thy bedchamber: for a bird of the air shall carry the voice,and that which hath wings shall tell the matter."

    (j) At death, believers are carried to paradise by the angels

    Luke tells us in chapter 16 verse 22:

    "And it came to pass, that the beggar (Lazarus) died, and was carried by the angels into Abraham's bosom:"

    Further, Luke records in chapter 23 verse 43 that when Jesus was on the cross, he said to one of the malefactors who was also crucified beside him:

    "... Today shalt thou be with me in paradise."

    Revelation 2:7 also confirms this story:

    "..To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the tree of life, which is in the midst of the paradise of God "

    Dr Scofield summarises this activity of the angels. Since Jesus rose from the dead, the previous faithful dead, previously described as in Abraham's bosom, together with all subsequently departed believers now dwell in the paradise of God.

    (k) Angels appear in human form

    The book of Hebrews in chapter 13 verse 2 informs us:

    "Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares."

    We must be very careful here. Any stranger that comes into our lives could according to this quotation be an angel carrying out any of the above activities.

    (l) Angels acquaint us with the law

    In Stephen's discourse recorded in Acts 7, just before he was martyred in verse 53 he says:

    "Who (the Jews) have received the law by disposition of angels, and have not kept it."

    Paul also tells us in Galatians 3: 19:

    "Wherefore then serveth the law? It was added because of transgressions, till the seed (Messiah) should come to whom the promise was made; and it was ordained by angels in the hand of a mediator. "

    For the true christian the law is an instruction and guide in righteousness. It confirms our knowledge of good and evil which we all have had since Adam. See Genesis chapters 2 and 3.


    As shown above the angels' activities would require them probably to be here on earth. Their normal abode is in the third heaven (see 2 Corinthians 12) in the presence of God. Revelation 7:11 informs us:

    "And all the angels stood round about the throne, (of God) "


    The Archangel Michael's name appears five times in Scripture. In Daniel 12:1-3 we are told in a prophecy for the time of the great tribulation:

    "And at that time shall Michael stand up, the great prince which standeth for the children of thy people (the Children of Israel) and there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation even to that same time: and at that time thy people shall be delivered, every one that shall be found written in the book. And many of them that sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake, some to everlasting life, and some to shame and everlasting contempt. And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament, and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever":

    Daniel 10: 13 describes Michael as:

    "Michael, one of the chief princes"

    These two quotations tell us of a special relationship between the Archangel Michael and the Children of Israel in the latter days and that Michael is one of the chief princes. There must therefore be other chief princes, perhaps archangels, unmentioned or named in scripture as far as we know. The first passage also tells us about conditions, happenings, resurrections and troubles in the latter days.

    In Jude verse 9, hidden in a glimpse of history concerning the Devil, is a most important precept of our Lord:

    "Yet Michael the archangel, when contending with the Devil he disputed about the body of Moses, durst not bring against him (the Devil) a railing accusation, but said, TheLord rebuke thee ".

    The phrase 'railing accusation' may be better understood as 'a reproachful condemnation'. The words of Jesus in Matthew 7:1 come to mind:

    "Judge (condemn) not, that ye be not judged":

    The words of Jesus surely emphasise Jude's words.

    As mortals, we may consider (quite wrongly) that the Devil should surely be condemned, and who perhaps better to do this (save God) than that mighty prince the archangel Michael. But, no no no, certainly not. If the archangel Michael refrained from a 'railing accusation', and we are told that he 'durst not', how then, can we, as very minor sinful human beings, even consider such a sin, in condemning any of our fellow men or women? If we are tempted to do this, we might remember Michael's words to Satan 'The Lord rebuke thee'. If we do condemn someone and thus sin, the words 'The Lord rebuke ME' are appropriate, as well as a very necessary supplication for forgiveness.

    It may seem to some, a minor sin, to accuse anyone of wrong or whatever, but remember the words of Jesus in Matthew 5:22:

    "But I say unto you, That whosoever is angry with his brother without cause shall be in danger of the judgement: and whosoever shall say to his brother, Raca, shall be in danger of the council but whosoever shall say, Thou fool, shall be in danger of hell fire".

    These divine words of our Lord need no explanation and cannot, indeed must not, be ignored.


    The angel Gabriel's name is recorded four times in scripture. By the nature of the quotations we can see that Gabriel was employed by God in distinguished services. Daniel 8:16 records:

    ":And I (Daniel) heard a man's voice between the banks of Ulai, which called, and said, Gabriel, make this man to understand the vision".

    Again in Daniel 9:21 which is here repeated:

    "Yea, whiles I was speaking in prayer, even the man Gabriel whom I had seen in the vision at the beginning, being caused to fly swiftly touched me about the time of the evening oblation ".

    The context of these two quotations is in the revelation of very significant prophesies. Note how Gabriel appeared as a man to Daniel and also the physical effect Gabriel had on him. Verses 17, 18 and 27 of Chapter 8 of Daniel show that Daniel was afraid and finally fainted and was sick.

    Luke 1:11-20 records how Gabriel appeared unto Zacharias and told him that Elizabeth his wife would have a son. Subsequently she gave birth to John the Baptist. In verse 12 we read:

    "And the angel answering said unto him, I am Gabriel, that stand in the presence of God, and am sent to speak unto thee, and to show thee these glad tidings. And, behold, thou shalt be dumb, and not able to speak, until the day that these things shall be performed, because thou believest not my words, which shall be fulfilled in their season".

    As with Daniel, Zacharius was afraid. Gabriel also appeared to Mary as recorded in Luke 1:26-38 to tell her that she would have a son who would be the Son of God, Jesus. We are told in verse 29 that Mary also was troubled. Whilst on this chapter of Luke, it is worth noting Gabriel in verse 37:

    "For with God nothing shall be impossible".


    In Revelation 12:7-12 we read about war in heaven between the archangel Michael and his angels and Satan and his angels. Verse 9 tells us:

    "Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him."

    Isaiah 14:12-17, Luke 10:18, and Jude verse 6 also refer to this expulsion, and should be read. 2 Peter 2:4 adds more information:

    "God spared not the angels that sinned, but cast them down to hell"


    The angels will accompany Jesus at his second advent. Matthew 16:27 says:

    "For the Son of man shall come in the glory of his Father with his angels "

    Matthew 25:31 tells the same story. 2 Thessalonians confirms the same in 1:7:

    "... when the Lord Jesus shall be revealed from heaven with his mighty angels."

    Scripture also tells how the angels will gather believers and separate the wicked from the faithful. Mark 13:27 reveals:

    "... then shall he send his angels, and shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from the uttermost part of the earth to the uttermost part of heaven."

    Ezekiel 37:21, 22 is among many other passages of scripture that tell us:

    "Thus saith the Lord God,' Behold, I will take the Children of Israel from among the heathen, whither they be gone, and will gather them on every side, and bring them into their own land:" (the promised land)

    In Matthew 13:49 we are told:

    "So shall it be at the end of the world (age): the angels shall come forth, and sever the wicked from among the just, and shall cast them into the furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth. "

    The Revelation of St John the divine, lists a large number of angelic activities about the time of the second advent, too many to relate all of them here. In addition to those above two notable quotations must be added. Revelation 14:6:

    "And I saw another angel fly in the midst of heaven, having the everlasting gospel to preach unto them that dwell on the earth, and to every nation, and kindred, and tongue, and people."

    And Revelation 20:1-3:

    "And I saw an angel come down from heaven, having the key of the bottomless pit and a great chain in his hand. And he laid hold on the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan, and bound him a thousand years. And cast him into the bottomless pit, and shut him up and set a seal upon him, that he should deceive the nations no more, till the thousand years should be fulfilled and after that he must be loosed a little season."

    The activities of the angels at the time of the second advent, will dramatically affect the whole of mankind. In Matthew chapter 13 Jesus relates several parables. Verses 24 to 30 give the parable of the wheat and the tares - quoted here with abbreviations:

    "The kingdom of heaven is likened unto a man which sowed good seed in his field. But while he slept, his enemy sowed tares among the wheat... when the blade sprung up ... then appeared tares also... the servants said unto him, Wilt thou then that we go and gather them (the tares) up?.. but he said nay... let both grow together until the harvest ...I will say to the reapers, gather first the tares to burn them: but gather the wheat into my barn "

    Jesus explains the parable to his disciples in verses 37-43 in chapter 13: the sower is the Son of man, the seed are the children of the kingdom, the tares are the children of the wicked one, the enemy is the Devil, the harvest is the end of the world (age). In verses 41-43 we read:

    "The Son of man shall send forth his angels, and they shall gather out of his kingdom all things that offend, and them which do iniquity; And shall cast them into a furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth. Then shall the righteous shine forth as the sun in the kingdom of their father."

    God has been patient with mankind for some 6,000 years now, but by and large man has refused to accept God's truth, preferring unrighteousness. The quotations above tell us that this unrighteousness is to be removed from man and all creation at the second advent.

    How could anybody possibly object to the complete and final removal of all evil from this world? Does anybody want to be a victim of murder, robbery, violence, illness, assault, hunger etc etc. No of course we don't.

    Isaiah chapter 11 gives us a wonderful picture of Christ's kingdom on earth over which King Jesus will reign supreme. In chapter 40 verse 31 Isaiah prophesies:

    "But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run. and not be weary they shall walk and not faint"

    Revelation 1:13-15 and Matthew 24:31among many other references refer to the glorious brightness, the voice of the archangel, and the sound of the trumpet, at the second advent of Jesus the King.The sun is used in scripture to describe brightness, and we can relate to that. Having heard the moving sound of trumpets recently at royal occasions here in England, the sound of the trump of God and the voice of the archangel echoing round the earth from one end of heaven unto the other, will surely overwhelm all mankind and creation. There wil be no disbelievers then.

    We see then that God's angels are presently very active. They affect our lives far more than we realize. Isaiah recalls how God looked after his people Israel in their troubled history in chapter 63 verse 9:

    "In all their affliction he was afflicted, and the angel of his presence (God) saved them: in his love and in his pity he redeemed them and he bare them, and carried them all the days of old"

    In all possibility many more, of the 'angel of God' and 'angel of the Lord' references and perhaps others, may well indicate the presence of The Deity. He has appeared unto men as scripture records in the guise of an angel or a man, and of course as Jesus the Christ. Remember, Jesus said that the HolySpirit (who is also God) would be with us after his (Jesus's) ascension into heaven. It would be well to always keep in mind, that our Lord God is a constant companion, protector, guide and friend, never leaving us. Revelation 1:13 to 15 gives a description of Jesus the Christ at the second advent:

    "And in the midst of the seven candlesticks one like unto the Son of man, (Jesus) clothed with a garment down to the foot, and girt about the paps with a golden girdle. His head and his hairs were white like wool, as white as snow; and his eyes a flame of fire; and his feet like unto fine brass as if they burned in a furnace; and his voice as the sound of many waters."

    Keep this vision firmly in mind. Isaiah 40:5 tells us about the second advent:

    "And the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh (everybody) shall see it together: for the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it."

    In the words of Revelation 22:20 we have the supplication:


  7. #7

    Re: Yahweh's Angels, By Name!

    There is no Biblical evidence that people (dead or alive) ever become angels (who were God's first creation, they shouted with joy when the universe was created) neither do they go to heaven or hell when they die. Angels are indestructable as they are composed of spirit, the book of Revelations tells us that flesh and blood human beings will be resurrected as spirit beings (but not angels) at the first resurrection, there are a great deal of myths regarding this and related issues.

    The Apostle's Creed says "the resurrection of the *body*."
    United Identity Church of Christ

    Now It's Your Choice! Will You take a Stand for God, Race, and Nation?

  8. #8

    Re: Yahweh's Angels, By Name!

    Quote Originally Posted by View Post
    Semjaza/Semyaza - fallen angel leader and one of the Sons of God.
    This is the rascal that incited the other angels to go after adamic women. He made a pact with the rest of them to defile the holy bloodline through mixed breeding. Our enemy still does this today.

    Book of Enoch 6:1-10 - "It came to pass when the children of men had multiplied that in those days were born unto them beautiful and comely daughters. And the angels, the children of the heaven, saw and lusted after them, and said to one another: "Come, let us choose us wives from among the children of men and beget us children." And Semjaza, who was their leader, said unto them: "I fear ye will not indeed agree to do this deed, and I alone shall have to pay the penalty of a great sin." And they all answered him and said: "Let us all swear an oath, and all bind ourselves by mutual imprecations not to abandon this plan but to do this thing." Then sware they all together and bound themselves by mutual imprecations upon it."

  9. #9

    Re: Yahweh's Angels, By Name!

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel View Post
    There is no Biblical evidence that people (dead or alive) ever become angels (who were God's first creation, they shouted with joy when the universe was created) neither do they go to heaven or hell when they die. Angels are indestructable as they are composed of spirit, the book of Revelations tells us that flesh and blood human beings will be resurrected as spirit beings (but not angels) at the first resurrection, there are a great deal of myths regarding this and related issues.

    The Apostle's Creed says "the resurrection of the *body*."
    I think Mormons teach that humans become angels when they die ''Dead Mormon people become angels.''

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    You've probably learned to spend your life trying to make as much money as you can. Money will bring you happiness, so give your life to becoming famous and wealthy. Right? Wrong!

    If that be true, how come so many famous and wealthy people commit suicide, become drug addicts, or keep a "shrink" on retainer at all times? Evidently fame and riches are not a guaranteed way to happiness.

    Think for a minute. What is the most important thing in your life you are trying to achieve? If it's a new sports car, fancy clothes, or power through wealth, you're heading down a road to misery and eventual destruction. God forbids idol worship of any kind.

    I am not going to mention any names, but a few days ago I had a participant of this board PM me asking me to do a segment as to what God says about gambling. My friend, if you are reading this right now, you are about to see what God says about it.

    You see, when you make something or someone the most important thing in your life, you deny God as being the first in your life. You are literally saying that your Creator comes second. You come first.

    The true road to happiness is not money or success or being in love with some famous person. It's Jesus Christ. Don't give your life away to the things of this world! You'll only find an emptiness, a longing for something more. There is only one person who can fill your life and make it meaningful, and that Person is God. Why not give Him a chance? See what He says.

    I Timothy 6:9-10 - "But they that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare, and into many foolish and hurtful lusts, which drown men in destruction and perdition. For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows."

    Romans 12:1-2 - "I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God."

    Joshua 1:8 - "This book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth; but thou shalt meditate therein day and night, that thou mayest observe to do according to all that is written therein: for then thou shalt make thy way prosperous, and then thou shalt have good success."

    Matthew 6:33 - "But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you."

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