Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by so doing some people have entertained angels without knowing it. Heb. 13:2 Angel's appearances were very common in biblical history angels appeared to: Abraham entertained Angels The Lord appeared to Abraham and told him his wife Sarah would have a child.
Cornelius, in a dream Acts 10:3 Acts 10:30-32; Daniel, in the lions' den, Dan. 6:22 Dan. 8:16 Dan. 9:21 Dan. 10:5-10 Dan. 10:16-18 Dan. 12:5-7; David, at the threshing floor 2 Sam. 24:16,17 1 Chr. 21:15,16 Elijah, under the juniper tree 1 Kin. 19:5-11 Gideon Judg. 6:11-22 1 Kin. 19:5-11 Hagar, in the wilderness Gen. 16:7 Israelites Ex. 14:19 Judg. 2:1-4; Jacob Gen. 28:12 Jesus Matt. 17:3 Luke 9:30,31 Jesus, after his temptation Matt. 4:11 Jesus in Gethsemane Luke 22:43 Jesus at the sepulcher Matt. 28:2-5 Mark 16:5-7 Luke 24:23 John 20:12 Jesus at the ascension Acts 1:10,11 John, in Patmos Rev. 1:1 Rev. 5:2 Rev. 7:11 Rev. 10:9 Rev. 11:1 Rev. 17:7 Rev. 19:10 Rev. 22:8 Joseph Angel as messenger
Matt. 2:13 Matt. 2:19 Joshua Josh. 5:15; Lot, in Sodom Gen. 19:1-17 Manoah Judges 13:6 Judges 13:15-20 Mary, concerning Jesus Luke 1:26-38 Moses Exodus 3:2 Paul (formerly Saul) on the way to Damascus Acts 27:23 Peter, in prison Acts 12:7-11 Peter and John, while in prison Acts 5:19 Philip Acts 8:26 Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-nego, in the fiery furnace Dan. 3:25,28 Shepherds Luke 2:9-14 Luke 1:11-20,26-38 Zechariah, in a vision An angel named Gabriel appeared to Zacharias the Priest before the conception of his son John the Baptist to tell him that he would have a son in his old age and told him what kind of man John would become. Gabriel is the same angel that appeared to Mary telling her of the birth of her son Jesus Christ (Yeshua, Yahweh).