This Topic is about God's Holy Angels

One third of the angels followed Satan's rebellion and were cast out of heaven. (Rev 12:7-9, Rev 12:4)

Satan and his angels were sent to the earth, where they became demons. (Mt 25:41, Jas 2:19, Rev 12:12)

The unfallen angels are holy. (Mt 25:31, Lk 9:26, Rev 14:9,10)

There are a great number of holy angels. (Da 7:10, Rev 5:11)

Note: 10,000 times 10,000 = 100 million.

Within this topic, the unqualified term "angel" means a holy angel.

Angels can Move between the Spiritual and Physical Realms

Angels can move between the spiritual and physical realms. (Ge 28:10-12 compare Jn 1:51)

As unfallen heavenly beings, angels dwell in the presence of God. (Ps 68:17, Ps 103:19,20, Heb 12:22)

As servants of God, angels can manifest on the earth in human form. (Ge 19:1-3, Heb 13:2)

Angels Worship God

Angels worship God. (Heb 1:5,6, Rev 7:9-11)

Angels Must Not be Worshipped

Angels must not be worshipped. (Ex 20:3-5, Mt 4:8-10, Col 2:18, Rev 22:8,9)

Angels Battle Against the Forces of Evil

Angels fought against Satan and his followers in heaven. (Rev 12:7-9)

An angel fought against demonic powers seeking control of the Persian empire. (Da 10:18-21 compare Eph 6:12)

Angels constrain the forces of evil on the earth prior to the final days. (Rev 7:1-3)

Angels Execute Some of the Judgments of God

An angel executed a deadly pestilence upon Israel. (2Sa 24:15-17)

An angel destroyed the Assyrian army. (2Ki 19:35)

Angels will execute the 7 last plagues. (Rev 16:1)

Angels will gather the righteous at the second coming. (Mt 24:30,31)

Angels will gather the wicked and cast them into a furnace of fire. (Mt 13:49,50)

Angels are Guardian Spirits

Angels are guardian spirits. (Da 6:22, Ps 91:9-12, Mt 18:10, Ac 5:18-20, Ac 12:1-11)

Angels are Ministering Spirits

Angels are ministering spirits. (Mt 4:11, Heb 1:13,14)

Angels are Messenger Spirits

Angel [Heb. malak (mal-awk')] - "a messenger; specifically of God, i.e. an angel (also a prophet, priest or teacher)" (Strong's Dictionary)

Angel [Gr. aggelos (ang'-el-os)] - "a messenger; especially an angel; by implication a pastor" (Strong's Dictionary)

Angels deliver some of the prophecies of God. (Zec 2:1-5, Lk 1:13, Lk 1:26-33, Ac 1:10,11, Rev 1:1, Rev 22:6, Rev 22:16)

Angels explain some of the prophecies of God. (Da 7:13-16, Da 8:15-19, Da 9:20-22, Rev 17:7)

Angels sometimes communicate instructions from God. (Ac 8:26-39, Ac 10:1-8)

Angels Proclaim Jesus

Angels proclaimed the birth of Jesus. (Lk 2:8-15)

Angels proclaimed the resurrection of Jesus. (Mt 28:1-7, Jn 20:11-18)

Angels are interested in the salvation of humankind. (1Pe 1:12)

Angels have joy in the salvation of humankind. (Lk 15:10)

Jesus is the Commander-in-Chief of the Angels

Jesus is also known as Michael the Archangel. (Da 12:1, 1Th 4:16 compare Jn 5:27-29, Jude 1:9 compare Zec 3:1,2, Rev 12:7)

The word "archangel" is used only two times in the Bible, both noted above.

Arch - "Chief" (Webster's Dictionary 1828)

Chief - "A commander; particularly a military commander; the person who heads an army; equivalent to the modern terms, commander or general in chief" (Webster's Dictionary 1828)

Archangel [Gr. archaggelos (ar-khang'-el-os)] - "chief angel" (Strong's Dictionary)

The title "Archangel" indicates Jesus' role and authority as Commander-in-Chief of the angels. (compare Jos 5:13-15 and Rev 19:11-16)

God Himself is Sometimes Referred to as an Angel

God Himself is sometimes referred to as an angel. (Ge 22:10-18, Ge 48:14-16, Ex 3:1-6, Ex 23:20-23 compare 1Co 10:1-4, Jdg 2:1-5, Ps 34:7 compare Rev 14:7, Isa 63:9, Da 3:23-28, Zec 3:1-4)

These references are compatible with the "messenger" meaning of "angel", when God Himself is the Messenger.

Jesus is the Ultimate Messenger of God

Jesus is the Word of God. (Jn 1:1,14, Rev 19:13)

Jesus is the express (manifest) image of God. (Heb 1:1-3, Jn 14:9)

Jesus is God the Son. (Jn 8:58 compare Ex 3:14, Jn 10:30, Col 2:8,9, Heb 1:5,8)