description of angel, D&C 20:6.
angels sent to declare repentance and redemption to Adam, D&C 29:42.
angels wait to reap earth, D&C 38:12 (86:5).
ye shall declare word like unto angels of God, D&C 42:6.
angel to sound trumps, D&C 45:45 (49:23; 77:12; 88:92–112).
angels know not time of the Lord’s coming, D&C 49:7.
angels rejoice over elders’ testimonies, D&C 62:3 (88:2; 90:34).
angels shall cast wicked into unquenchable fire, D&C 63:54.
angels worship God at his throne, D&C 76:21.
explanation of angel ascending from east, D&C 77:9 (Rev. 7:2).
John the Baptist ordained by angel, D&C 84:28.
angels are given charge concerning elders, D&C 84:42 (109:22).
angels shall fly through midst of heaven, D&C 88:92 (133:17).
angels to be crowned with glory, D&C 88:107.
destroying angel shall pass by those who obey Word of Wisdom, D&C 89:21.
angels shall go before the Lord’s servants, D&C 103:19–20.
duty owed to angels, D&C 123:7.
voices of diverse angels heard, D&C 128:21.
angels are resurrected personages, having bodies of flesh, D&C 129:1.
test for recognizing angel, D&C 129:4–8.
reckoning of angel’s time, D&C 130:4.
only angels who belong to this earth minister to it, D&C 130:5.
angels reside in presence of God, D&C 130:6–7.
those who enter covenant of eternal marriage shall pass by appointed gods and angels, D&C 132:18–19.
angels are subject to gods, D&C 132:20.
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are gods, not angels, D&C 132:37.
angel of the Lord’s presence saved redeemed, D&C 133:53.