JesusIsHeMichaelFirst This Leads us to the Question of What was Satan’s Name before He Got the Title

Satan the Devil--Open SatansID.htm and See the Meanings of Satan’s Names in The Bible—compare this article to open the BestBibleDictionariesPLUS.htm

The Point Is----The Same Applies to Jesus and Other Names , Places and Dates

The Point Is---All God’s Spirit Beings Have Names—Satan Lost His !! SatansID.htm explains.

 

What was Jesus’ Name before Coming to Earth ---Jesus acquired a lot of titles to explain is relationship with his

God and Father and Creator, but the Most Interesting in Study is -- Is He Michael ? –The only personal name Jesus had while on earth was JESUS

And He kept it when he returned to heaven. 1 A revelation that God gave to Jesus the Anointed One, to show His slaves the things that must quickly take place. He sent it by His messenger to His slave John, in signs. 2 And [John] testifies that everything he saw was the Word of God and the testimony of Jesus the Anointed One. 3 Those who read it aloud, as well as those who listen to the words of this prophecy and obey the things that are written in it are blest, because the time is near. Open http://www.2001translation.com/Revelation.htm

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"is not found in the OT, and in the NT only in 1 Thess. 4:16 and Jude 1:9, where it is used of Michael[T], who in Daniel[N][T] is called 'one of the chief princes,' and 'the great prince' (Sept., 'the great angel'), 10:13, 21; 12:1. Cp. also Rev. 12:7 .... Whether there are other beings of this exalted rank in the heavenly hosts, Scripture does not say, though the description 'one of the chief princes' suggests that this may be the case; cp. also Rom. 8:38; Eph. 1:21; Col. 1:16, where the word translated 'principalities' is arche, the prefix in archangel[T]." * [* From Notes on[N][T]Thessalonians, by Hogg and Vine[T], pp. 142.] In 1 Thess. 4:16 the meaning seems to be that the voice of the Lord[T] Jesus[N] will be of the character of an "archangelic" shout From http://www2.mf.no/bibelprog/vines?word=%AFt0000148 Also Open http://www2.mf.no/bibelprog/easton?word=Michael&ed

(2) Source- Michael

The Greek word that is translated 'Highest Messenger [of God]' at Jude 9 is ArchAggelos. Arch (pronounced ark) means highest (or beginning) and aggelos (pronounced ahn-gell-ose) is the word that we get angel or messengerfrom.

Who was this 'highest messenger of God?' Jude gives his name as MichaEl. However, many Bible scholars think that this is the name of Jesus prior to his coming to the earth. The reasoning behind this is that Jesus is truly God's highest messenger (see the First Chapter of Hebrews), so some believe that Jesus and MichaEl are the same person.

The thought that Jesus is MichaEl is reinforced by Paul's words as found at 1 Thessalonians 4:16, where we read, 'Because the Lord himself will come down from heaven and give the command in the voice of the highest messenger (gr. archaggelou) [of God] with God's trumpet.'

So, since 'the Lord' is an obvious reference to Jesus, he does appear to be the ArchAngel MichaEl. From http://www.2001translation.com/Revelation.htm#_Michael

 

 (3) Source---Is Jesus Christ the same person as Michael the archangel?

The name of this Michael appears only five times in the Bible. The glorious spirit person who bears the name is referred to as “one of the chief princes,” “the great prince who has charge of your [Daniel’s] people,” and as “the archangel.” (Dan. 10:13; 12:1; Jude 9, RS) Michael means “Who Is Like God?” (Sbt Note-Who Says—Good Dictionaries) The name evidently designates Michael as the one who takes the lead in upholding Jehovah’s sovereignty and destroying God’s enemies.

At 1 Thessalonians 4:16 (RS), the command of Jesus Christ for the resurrection to begin is described as “the archangel’s call,” and Jude 9 says that the archangel is Michael. Would it be appropriate to liken Jesus’ commanding call to that of someone lesser in authority? Reasonably, then, the archangel Michael is Jesus Christ. (Interestingly, the expression “archangel” is never found in the plural in the Scriptures, thus implying that there is only one.)

Revelation 12:7-12 says that Michael and his angels would war against Satan and hurl him and his wicked angels out of heaven in connection with the conferring of kingly authority on Christ. Jesus is later depicted as leading the armies of heaven in war against the nations of the world. (Rev. 19:11-16) Is it not reasonable that Jesus would also be the one to take action against the one he described as “ruler of this world,” Satan the Devil? (John 12:31) Daniel 12:1 (RS) associates the ‘standing up of Michael’ to act with authority with “a time of trouble, such as never has been since there was a nation till that time.” That would certainly fit the experience of the nations when Christ as heavenly executioner takes action against them. So the evidence indicates that the Son of God was known as Michael before he came to earth and is known also by that name since his return to heaven where he resides as the glorified spirit Son of God.

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Evidence indicates that the Son of God was known as Michael before he came to earth and is known also by

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(4) Source JESUS AS MICHAEL: A QUICK REVIEW

 

Michael

 

Jesus

 

Term "archangel" applied to him.

 

Term "archangel" applied to him.

(Jude 9)

(1 Thessalonians 4:16)

Said to have authority over the angels.

Said to have authority over the angels.

(Revelation 12:7)

(2 Thessalonians 1:7)

Prophesied to be the one to defeat

Prophesied to be the one to defeat

Satan. (Revelation 12:7)

Satan. (Genesis 3:15)

Seen leading heavenly army.

Seen leading heavenly army.

(Revelation 12:7)

(Revelation 19:9-21)

Said to stand up as king of God's

Said to become king of God's

kingdom. (Daniel 12:1)

kingdom. (Daniel 7:14)

Unprecedented time of distress when

Unprecedented time of distress when

he becomes king. (Daniel 12:1)

he becomes king. (Matthew 24:21)

Some would escape if in book of life.

Some would escape if in book of life.

(Daniel 12:1)

(Matthew 24:22; Revelation 3:15)

Spiritual resurrection would occur

General resurrection would occur

when he takes action as king.

when he takes action as king.

(Daniel 12:2)

(John 5:28, 29)

(Note: Minor fulfillment foreshadows

A spiritual resurrection is also

general resurrection in John 5:28, 29.)

referenced in John 5:24, 25 but is not

 

a parallel of Daniel 12:2.

Judgment would occur for actions

Judgment would occur for actions

following spiritual resurrection.

following general resurrection.

(Daniel 12:2)

(John 5:28, 29)

Knowledge and insight would come

Knowledge and insight would come to

to those who lead others to

those who lead others to righteousness.

righteousness. (Daniel 12:3)

(Matthew 13:43; 24:14; 28:19, 20)

Michael is called "the Great Prince"

Jesus is called the "Prince of Peace."

of God's people. (Daniel 12:1)

 

From Jesus-God or the Son of God?—Page 355

Appendix B: Is Jesus the Archangel, Michael ?

 

(Isaiah 9:6)

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1 Thessalonians 4:16 For the Lord himself will come down from ...

For the Lord himself will come down from heaven, with a loud command, with the voice
of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ ... 
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Jude 1:9 But even the archangel Michael, when he was disputing ...

But even the archangel Michael, when he was disputing with the devil about the body
of Moses, did not dare to bring a slanderous accusation against him, but ... 
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Daniel 12:1 "At that time Michael, the great prince who protects ...

... "At that time Michael, the archangel who stands guard over your nation,
will arise. Then there will be a time of anguish greater ... 
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The Controversy Over Michael’s Identity

Christendom’s religions, as well as Judaism and Islam, have conflicting ideas on the subject of angels. Some explanations are vague. For instance, The Anchor Bible Dictionary states: “There may be a single superior angel and/or a small group of archangels (usually four or seven).” According to The Imperial Bible-Dictionary, Michael is the “name of a superhuman being, in regard to whom there have in general been two rival opinions, either that he is the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, or that he is one of the so-called seven archangels.”

In Jewish tradition these seven archangels are Gabriel, Jeremiel, Michael, Raguel, Raphael, Sariel, and Uriel. On the other hand, Islam believes in four archangels, namely, Jibril, Mikal, Izrail, and Israfil. Catholicism also believes in four archangels: Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, and Uriel. What does the Bible say? Are there several archangels?

The Bible’s Answer

Aside from Michael, no archangel is mentioned in the Bible, nor do the Scriptures use the term “archangel” in the plural. The Bible describes Michael as the archangel, implying that he alone bears that designation. Hence, it is reasonable to conclude that Jehovah God has delegated to one, and only one, of his heavenly creatures full authority over all other angels.

Aside from the Creator himself, only one faithful person is spoken of as having angels under subjection—namely, Jesus Christ. (Matthew 13:41; 16:27; 24:31) The apostle Paul made specific mention of “the Lord Jesus” and “his powerful angels.” (2 Thessalonians 1:7) And Peter described the resurrected Jesus by saying: “He is at God’s right hand, for he went his way to heaven; and angels and authorities and powers were made subject to him.”—1 Peter 3:22.—go2 2/8-16-17

While there is no statement in the Bible that categorically identifies Michael the archangel as Jesus, there is one scripture that links Jesus with the office of archangel.

In his letter to the Thessalonians, the apostle Paul prophesied: “The Lord himself will descend from heaven with a commanding call, with an archangel’s voice and with God’s trumpet, and those who are dead in union with Christ will rise first.” (1 Thessalonians 4:16) In this scripture Jesus is described as having assumed his power as God’s Messianic King. Yet, he speaks with “an archangel’s voice.” Note, too, that he has the power to raise the dead.

While on earth as a human, Jesus performed several resurrections. In doing so, he used his voice to utter commanding calls. For example, when resurrecting the dead son of a widow in the city of Nain, he said: “Young man, I say to you, Get up!” (Luke 7:14, 15) Later, just before resurrecting his friend Lazarus, Jesus “cried out with a loud voice: ‘Lazarus, come on out!’” (John 11:43) But on these occasions, Jesus’ voice was the voice of a perfect man.

After his own resurrection, Jesus was raised to a “superior position” in heaven as a spirit creature. (Philippians 2:9) No longer a human, he has the voice of an archangel. So when God’s trumpet sounded the call for “those who are dead in union with Christ” to be raised to heaven, Jesus issued “a commanding call,” this time “with an archangel’s voice.” It is reasonable to conclude that only an archangel would call “with an archangel’s voice.”

Yes, there are other angelic creatures of high rank, such as seraphs and cherubs. (Genesis 3:24; Isaiah 6:2) Yet, the Scriptures point to the resurrected Jesus Christ as the chief of all angels—Michael the archangel.

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Evidence indicates that the Son of God was known as Michael before he came to earth and is known also by

That name since his return to heaven----1989 Reasoning Book page 218 WT---Sbt Seldom Quotes the WT----Because Others Often Miss-Quote Them –and

Because of their Vast Amount of Printed Literature –that some times seems to contradict itself

 

--Sbt Leaves it up to them to answer for information that may appear Or seem to be contradictive—

 

--when taken out of context of their composite ----pertaining to any one given subject—you are encouraged to contact them for details.

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How Many Does – the –Represent----One archangel,743

Strong's Number: 743

a¹rxa/ggelov

 

Original Word

Word Origin

 

a¹rxa/ggelov

 

from (757) and (32)

Transliterated Word

Phonetic Spelling

 

Archaggelos

 

ar-khang'-el-os

Parts of Speech

TDNT

 

Noun Masculine

 

1:87,12

Definition

 

  1. archangel, or chief of the angels

Translated Words

 

KJV (2) - archangel, 2;

NAS (2) - archangel, 2;

 

One chief C/H Open archangel

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Pauline Epistles

1 Thessalonians 4:16

For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first.

New Testament
General Epistles

Jude 1:9

But Michael the archangel, when he disputed with the devil and argued about the body of Moses,

 did not dare pronounce against him a railing judgment, but said, "The Lord rebuke you!"

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archangel

In An Ancient Time

The ancient Hebrews (as well as the early Christians) would have been shocked by the types of words we use today, especially when it comes to words that imply infinity. They viewed everything (and rightly so) as having a beginning and an end. For that reason, you don’t find many words in their writings that imply no beginning or end, although such words were available in Greek.

The word used at Revelation 3:14 and translated as ‘the earliest creation’ here is arche (ar kay). If you take a look at some of the words that are derived from arche in modern English, you get an idea of the true broad range of meanings of this ancient word, and none of theses meanings implies infinity. Examples include:

· Arch or arc: A high rounded peak

· Archangel: The highest angel

· Archbishop: The highest bishop

· Archeology: A study of ancient things or beginnings

· Archaic: Something that is old.

All these applications are similar to the many ways the term is used in the Bible. So, the opening words of Genesis and the book of John, ‘En arche,’ mean ‘In an ancient time,’ a time that had a beginning. And at Revelation 3:14, Jesus is referred to as ‘the earliest creation of God’ (gr. ‘he arche tes ktiseos tou Theou’ – or – ‘the ancient of the creation of the God’) which implies an early (not eternal) time.

 

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In the beginning there was the Word, and the Word was with The God (gr. Ton Theon) 

and the Word was God the Son. Open The Word Became Flesh

These pages point out that Jesus had a beginning.  And at Revelation 3:14, Jesus is referred to as ‘the earliest creation of God.’

 

Pro Nicene-Creeds-325/381 believers deny Jesus had a beginning and deny Jesus as ever being an angel.

 

So they can not endorse the any Evidence indicating that the Son of God was known as Michael before he came to earth.

 

The Nicene-Creeds-of 325/381 have caused Bible Scribes to be influenced to write words down to fit the Creeds and they are now being, Exposed.

 

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And

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