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Greek Concordance

32 aggelos ang’-el-os

from aggello [probably derived from 71, cf 34] (to bring tidings); Noun Masculine

AV-angel 179, messenger 7; 186

1) a messenger, envoy, one who is sent {#Mt 11:10 Lu 7:27 9:52 Mr 1:2 Jas 2:25}
2) an angel
2a) sent from God
2a1) to execute his purposes Matthew 4:6,11 28:2 Mr 1:13 Lu 16:22 22:43 Ac 7:35 12:23 Ga 3:19 Heb 1:14}
2a1) to make his purposes known to men {#Lu 1:11,26 2:9-14 Ac 10:3 27:23 Mt 1:20 2:13 28:5 Joh 20:12-13}
2b) they are subject not only to God the Father but also to Christ {#Heb 1:4-7 1Pe 3:22 Eph 1:21 Gal 4:14} who is described to have returned to judgment surrounded by a multitude of them as servants and attendants {#Mt 13:41,49 16:27 24:31 25:31 2Th 1:7 Jude 14}
2c) single angels have charge of separate elements: as fire {#Re 14:18} waters {#Re 16:5 7:1-3}
2d) some angels are mentioned as guardian angels of individuals {#Mt 18:10 Ac 12:15}
2e) some angels are over churches {#Re 1:20 2:1,8,12,18 3:1,7,14}
2f) some angels have proven faithless to the trust committed to them by God, and have given themselves over to sin {#Jude 6 2Pe 2:4} and now obey the devil {#Mt 25:41 Re 12:7 1Co 6:3 2Co 12:7}

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