Hey, good morning just to clarify something I posted the other day... I said the Lord only spoke to the devil or Satan in scriptures and I should be more direct.
The Bible records a number of instances where an agent of God is referred to or implied as “God” or “the LORD” Himself, and in many of these cases the agent (usually an angel) actually speaks and acts in God’s stead.
This is what happened when the Archangel Michael contended with the Devil about Moses body. However, there came a point when Michael became irritated by the Devil and he said The Lord rebuke you! As you can see even then he didn't curse him personally or take matters he wasn't authorized to say or do into his own hands.
"Yet Michael the archangel, in contending with the devil, when he disputed about the body of Moses, dared not bring against him a reviling accusation, but said, “The Lord rebuke you!” Jude 1:9
This isn't strange and Michael's words to Satan still do not necessarily come from himself, look: "And the Lord said to Satan, “The Lord rebuke you, O Satan! The Lord who has chosen Jerusalem rebuke you! Is not this a brand plucked from the fire?” Zech 3:2
Angels simply carry out the word of God...
"Bless the Lord, you His angels,
Who excel in strength, who do His word, Heeding the voice of His word." Psalm 103:20
Also as I mentioned the other day they are associated with astronomical phenomena throughout the Bible (Judges 5:20; Job 38:7; Isaiah 14:13; Matthew 24:29; Jude 13; Revelation 1:20; 8:10-12; 9:1;12:4) as well as with the activity of the weather: wind, storms, and lightning are spoken of in connection with the actions of God and the angels in both blessing and curse (Genesis 8:1; 41:27; Exodus 10:13,19; 14:21; 15:10; 19:16; Numbers 11:31; Psalm 18:10; 104:3,4; 107:25; 135:7; 147:18;148:8; Ezekiel 1:4ff; Matthew 24:31; John 3:8; Acts 2:2; Revelation 7:1-3; 8:5,7; 16:8, 17, 18). Clearly, the Biblical worldview does not attribute changes in weather to impersonal "forces" or "processes,"
Nonetheless, Angels are only servants and vessels that fulfill God's will, they are ranked far lower than Jesus who is God (John 1:1-4, Col 1:15, Heb 1:3, Heb 2:9). Angels should never, ever be worshipped. Never.
They are simply fellow servants of God and not above the average Christian... "Then I fell at his feet to worship him. But he said to me, “Do not do that; I am a fellow servant of yours and your brethren who hold the testimony of Jesus; worship God. For the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.” Rev 19:10
In fact Christians are above angels and if you don't believe me see Heb 2:5-8 and 1 Cor 6:3.