Where was Jesus when St Michael was fighting Lucifer?

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The question was asked, “Where was Jesus when Michael was fighting Lucifer (at the beginning)”? The answer is that Christ was in the bosom, the Divine Heart of God the Father because He had not yet become the Incarnate Word.

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Who was the angel who visited Christ in Gethsemane?

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The question was asked, “Who was the angel who visited Jesus Christ in the garden of Gethsemane?” The answer is very simple. The angel was Saint Michael the Archangel. It is for this reason that Michael is considered the guardian of Eucharist.

Where were Christ and the Spirit when Michael was fighting Lucifer?

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The question was asked, “Where were Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit when Michael was fighting Lucifer” at the beginning? The short answer is that both Christ and the Spirit were in the bosom, the Divine Heart, of God the Father as They had always been.

Did Michael visit Jesus in Gethsemane?

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The question was asked, “Did Archangel Michael visit Jesus in Gethsemane?” The short answer is ‘yes.’ Michael was the angel sent by God the Father to console Christ after His massive heart attack and in the absence of His Mother, Mary.

Is Lucifer stronger than Michael?

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The question was asked, “Is Lucifer stronger than Michael the archangel?” The answer is in the negative. Lucifer being Satan, the Devil, he only has the strength and capacity to do harm insofar as God allows him to – no more, no less. Archangel Michael has the full strength and support of the Holy Trinity and the Virgin Mary in all his activities, because he lives fully in the Will of God.

Did Michael fight Satan?

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The question was asked, “Did Archangel Michael fight Satan?” The response is, “And how! And he still is, in every way, especially in these our times.” Michael is the angel-warrior par excellence. No one from among the angelic hosts excels in fighting Satan the way Michael does. He is the Generalissimo, the leader of the army of God, and the guardian of Paradise. He is also the guardian of the Blessed Sacrament and the universal Church.

Beloved of God, Michael was literally saved by the Father from being dragged down by Satan during the initial battle between the angels prior to the beginning of time. Michael will, therefore, do anything for God. Michael was also the ministering angel to Jesus Christ in the garden of Gethsemane.

A comparative description of Archangels Michael and Raphael

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Two of the most beautiful beings ever created by God our Father are His archangels Michael and Raphael. These two archangels are as different in character as they are similar in nature. Archangel Michael appears as short, stocky and fierce – a typical warrior, whereas Archangel Raphael appears as very tall, elegant and quiet – ‘stately’ is the word that comes to mind when attempting to describe Raphael. Both Michael and Raphael appear as translucent, especially with regard to both their countenances and beings, since they are robed in Our Father’s Splendor; His very own Divine Light.

Raphael appears as tall as Jesus Christ, with both of them being well over six feet tall, whereas Michael appears as Continue reading

The Archangel who leads the People of God to safety

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Michael is the Archangel-Leader of the beginning and the end. He is also the Archangel of the Passovers. Originally, he defended God the Father, earning part of His Name for his own, after the battle with Lucifer arose in the heavens (Rv 12:7-9). Michael also led the Children of Israel safely out of Egypt, during the Exodus (Ex 23:20-22): “Behold, I send an angel before thee, to keep Continue reading

The story of Michael and Satan

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Prior to the beginning of time, “The Heavenly Father revealed to the Angels the future Incarnation of His Divine Son, whom they were to adore in His Sacred Humanity . . . He also revealed to them the surpassing dignity and glory of Mary whom, as the Mother of God, they were to venerate as their Queen. Lucifer, one of the most glorious and exalted princes of the heavenly court, dazzled Continue reading