Wind= angel of the Lord=HS
What we call HS is holy breath (effect) or holy wind in Hebrew.
So.... HS is also an angel
Cool. WhiteWings. You have stumbled upon the Hebrew hermeneutic and used it almost right. The wind is a symbol of the Angel of the Lord. THe wind is also the symbol for the Holy spirit, so the Angel of the Lord is the Holy Spirit. Those who disagree are using the Greek hermeneutic. There is one more step in identifying the מלאך יהוה 'malak yahweh' or 'angel of the Lord' or 'messenger of the Lord'.
Who is Malachi referring to?
Mal 2:7 For the priest's lips should keep knowledge, and they should seek the law at his mouth: for he [is] the messenger of the LORD of hosts.
Whoever that is is also the Angel of the Lord.
Disagreements often arise because the methods of interpretation are different.
The word מלאך means 'angel', 'messenger' and 'ambassador'. The primary metaphor is 'the one who is separated, yet joined' represented by the aleph א to the 'king' מלך.
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