Archangel Michael Statue

STATUE OF St. MICHAEL The Archangel SLAYING SATAN

St. Michael The Archangel Slaying Satan Statue

This beautiful statue is intricately modeled after the original relief which currently resides in the Church of Santa Maria Della Concezione, Rome. 1626 A.D.  Crafted from cultured marble, this wonderful statue is finished with striking detail, portraying the final victory in the Great Battle for Heaven.  St. Michael the Archangel's sword is drawn back as he casts Satan from the Heavens.  The large version of the Archangel Michael statue has a designer base and measures 16" high. The smaller version of the statue measures approximately 8" high.

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  • $ 89.95Large Michael Statue
  • $ 29.95Small Michael Statue

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History Of St. Michael And The  BATTLE FOR HEAVEN

God had made Heaven and the Earth and all the Angels and all the extra important Angels, called Archangels. (Like an extra important Bishop is called an Archbishop.) The Archangels were God's very special friends and were Shining and Strong and Powerful. One Archangel was called Gabriel. He was the one that God sent to tell Our Blessed Lady that She was to become the Mother of God, the Mother of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. Another Angel was called Raphael; he was the one who helped Tobias in the Bible. Another Archangel was called Michael. St. Michael the Archangel was "the Angel of the Lord", who was sent to Moses and Jacob and Abraham and to other people throughout the history of the world. Another Archangel was Lucifer (aka Satan), who was so beautiful that the other Angels called him the Son of the Morning.

Well, everybody was very happy because they were with God, and they all loved him, because he had made them so Strong and Shining and Lovely. Then one day Satan, Son of the Morning, said to himself: "Why should God be the most important person in Heaven? Why, shouldn't I be? I can fly and I can change into other things, and I am beautiful and I am powerful. In fact, I am just as Important as God, and I shan't do what He tells me ever again. I shall fight Him and have Heaven for mine!" Satan had lost his way, and decided to rebel against God.

So, Satan went around Heaven, and he collected many other Angels who also didn't want to be less Important than God, until he had a Great Army. Then they marched up to the Throne of God and said Proudly: "We are just as Important as You. Why should You be the King of Heaven any more than one of us? We are Strong and Proud and Beautiful, and we will fight You for the Kingdom of Heaven." God looked at them; then He said: "Lucifer, I thought that you were My friend, and I trusted you. Be sensible now, and think about what you are doing." "I have thought," said Satan, "and, I'd rather not be in Heaven at all than have You for my King, and so would all of us!" And behind him all the Rebel Angels shouted with a great shout: "We will follow Lucifer! Long live Lucifer! Let him reign over us in Heaven! We do not want God!" "Very well," said God, "if you don't want Me, you needn't have Me. But, if you want to fight for Heaven, you can if you think it will be any good."  God then called upon Archangel Michael, and requested he gather together a mighty Army of Angels who would fight on Gods side. St. Michael the Archangel did just that, and collecting a group of angels to fight on the side of God against Satan.

There was a Great Battle in Heaven--St. Michael and his Angels fighting with Satan; and, Satan fought, and his Angels fought; but, the dark forces did not triumph. St. Michael the Archangel drove Satan right out of Heaven, and he fell down, and down, and down to hell; and, all his evil angels were driven down after him, and as the last one disappeared from sight forever and the Gate of Heaven clanged shut, a great Shout went up from Michael's Army. St. Michael the Archangel and his Angels fought against the dragon....and the great dragon was cast out. (Revelation: 12:7-9).

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