Azrael, Arabic ʿIzrāʾīl or ʿAzrāʾīl, in Islam, the angel of death who separates souls from their bodies; he is one of the four archangels (with Jibrīl, Mīkāl, and Isrāfīl) and the Islamic counterpart of the Judeo-Christian angel of death, who is sometimes called Azrael.
These angels (mal'akh) are also variously referred to as memitim (מְמִיתִים, 'executioners, slayers') executioner angels are associated with Samael main angel of death and head of all angels above and below, or Angel of the Lord.
Christianity. None of the Christian religious texts mention Azrael as the Angel of Death. But some Christians still see him as a death messenger or psychopomp because of his similarity to another death figure: the Grim Reaper.
Mika'il – The Angel Mika'il (known as Michael in Christianity) is a friend to humanity. He is known as the giver of rain, which waters the land and helps to provide food for people. He is believed to guard places of worship and reward people's good deeds. As the Angel of Mercy, he asks Allah to forgive people's sins.
The named archangels in Islam are Jibra'il, Mika'il, Israfil, and 'Azra'il.
Jibrīl/Jibrāʾīl/Jabrāʾīl (Arabic: جِبْرِيل, romanized: Jibrīl; also Arabic: جبرائيل, romanized: Jibrāʾīl or Jabrāʾīl; derived from the Hebrew גַּבְרִיאֵל, Gaḇrīʾēl) (English: Gabriel), is venerated as one of the primary archangels and as the Angel of Revelation in Islam.
Azrael is an Angel and one of Lucifer Morningstar's younger siblings. She served as the Angel of Death and was responsible for collecting Human souls from the dead, to bring them to either Heaven or Hell.
Azrael is a baby boy name of Hebrew origin.
Relative to similar concepts of such beings, Azrael holds a benevolent role as God's angel of death; he acts as a psychopomp, responsible for transporting the souls of the deceased after their death.
Munkar and Nakīr, in Islāmic eschatology, two angels who test the faith of the dead in their tombs. After death, the deceased is placed upright in the grave by Munkar and Nakīr and asked to identify Muḥammad.
Raguel is almost always referred to as the archangel of justice, fairness, harmony, vengeance, and redemption.
The second and third roles of Michael in Catholic teachings deal with death. In his second role, he is the angel of death, carrying the souls of Christians to heaven.
The image of the gates in popular culture is a set of large gold, white or wrought-iron gates in the clouds, guarded by Saint Peter (the keeper of the "keys to the kingdom"). Those not fit to enter heaven are denied entrance at the gates, and descend into Hell.
God's angels are our personal escorts into Heaven.
(See Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, and Uriel, angels often associated with four cardinal directions).
The Church told us not to.
“The practice of assigning names to the Holy Angels should be discouraged, except in the cases of Gabriel, Raphael and Michael whose names are contained in Holy Scripture.” The Church discourages this practice for our own protection.
Also called Angel of Death, death angel.
Many parents choose the name “Heaven” for their daughters as a symbol of hope and inspiration, as well as a reminder of the spiritual realm and the idea of a celestial paradise. The name also carries a positive and uplifting connotation, making it an attractive choice for many parents.
Lucifer, King of Hell, has taken his throne back in order to save his first true love, Detective Chloe Decker, and the rest of humanity from an apocalyptic prophecy.
Amenadiel Cannon, portrayed by D. B. Woodside, is an angel, Lucifer's older brother, and the eldest of all their siblings.
"Death's Angel," the third novel in the Lost Angels series by Heather Killough-Walden, tells the love story of the archangel Azrael, former Angel of Death, and his recently discovered archess, the beautiful Sophie Bryce.
According to Islamic tradition, Muhammad met the angel Maalik during his heavenly journey. Therefore, Muhammad arrived in heaven and all the angels greeted him with a smile except Maalik. When Muhammad asked Jibra'il, why he remains taciturn therefore, he reveals Maalik as the guardian of Hell who never smiles.
Israfil is mentioned in a hadith as the angel nearest to God, mediating the commands of God to the other archangels.
Therefore, the first creation by God was the supreme archangel followed by other archangels, who are identified with lower Intellects. From these Intellects again, emanated lower angels or "moving spheres", from which in turn, emanated other Intellects until it reaches the Intellect, which reigns over the souls.