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  1. Raguel ( Greek: Ῥαγουὴλ Rhagouḕl; Hebrew: רְעוּאֵל Rəʿūʾēl, Tiberian: Rŭʿūʾēl) [2] also known as Raguil, Raquel, Rakul and Reuel, is an angel mainly of the Judaic traditions. He is considered the Angel of Justice. His name means " God shall pasture". [3] [4] This meaning is also related to the Hebrew word "rōʿī ...

  2. Jan 15, 2019 · Archangel Raguel's Guidance for Repairing Relationships. Another sign of Raguel's presence in your life is receiving guidance about how to repair a broken or estranged relationship. Doreen Virtue writes in her book Archangels 101: "Archangel Raguel brings harmony to all relationships, including those of friendship, romance, family, and business.

  3. Dec 11, 2015 · Firstly, Archangel Raguel is the angel of justice and harmony. The meaning of the name Raguel is “The Friend Of God”. His responsibility is to act Gods will and introduce it into the human relationships. Archangel Raguel allows us God’s will to feel fairness and peace. Raguel is responsible for God’s will to be spread in the Heaven too.

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  5. In Tobit 7:2 he is called cousin of Tobit, and in Tobit 6:10 the King James Version he is erroneously represented as "cousin" of Tobias = "kinsman" in the Revised Version (British and American). In Enoch 20:4 Raguel appears as one of the archangels, perhaps by confusion for Raphael (Tobit 3:17).

  6. May 1, 2019 · Archangel Raguel, the angel of justice and harmony, works for God's will to be done in human relationships, so they can experience fairness and peace. Raguel also works for God's will to be done among his fellow angels, supervising their work on the assignments God gives them and holding them accountable. People sometimes ask for Raguel's help ...

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    Reuel or Raguel (Hebrew: רְעוּאֵל ‎, Modern: Rəʿūʾel, Tiberian: Rŭʿūʾēl; Edomite: 𐤓𐤏𐤀𐤋, RʿʾL), meaning "God shall pasture" or more specifically "El shall pasture" (as a shepherd does with his flock) is a Hebrew name associated with several biblical and religious figures.

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