The Old Testament of the Bible was originally written in the Hebrew language. Malak is the
Hebrew word for "messenger." In Hebrew, the suffix "-im" denotes the plural, much the same
way we add the letter "s" to the end of a word in English to make it plural, so malakim is the
plural of malak.
The malakim are the messengers of Heaven, serving God alongside other divine beings
such as the cherubim and the seraphim. Most of the time we just refer to them as angels.
A malak can also denote a human messenger sent by God, such as a preacher
or prophet. Whether human or angelic, all malakim are Heaven's messengers.
Malakim Press was started with the intention of publishing "messages" inspired by and
delivered from the Throne of the Holy City, without the restraining influences of the world's
plans and purposes, or the restrictions of carnal man's ignorance and conceit. As we walk
out our calling with this new endeavor, we pray you will be blessed by the inspired
messages and teachings you will receive. Grace and peace to you and yours.