Amulek tells us in Alma 10:10 that he knew the things Alma told him were true and that "the Lord liveth, even so has he sent his angel to make these things manifest unto me". The Book of Mormon for Latter-day Saint Families then quotes this from Dallin H. Oaks
October 1998 conference talk: "We, too, can learn from angels. Angelic messages can be delivered by a voice or merely by thoughts or feelings communicated to the mind…Most angelic communications are felt or heard rather than see"
I seems to me that these angels are butting into the Holy Ghost’s business. From Brother Oaks description I can’t tell the difference between an angel telling me something and the Holy Ghost. Maybe it doesn’t matter, but if angels can do what the Holy Ghost can do, then why do we need the Holy Ghost?
Then it also brings up a few other questions. Since angels can be involved in personal communication with us, do I have one angel in charge of me, or assigned to help me…a guardian angel? Or do angels go from person to person as needed/directed, rather than sticking with just one person…if so why? Who are these angels anyway? Are we running out of angels, since more and more come to earth, or are these angels different angels?
What other questions about angels does this quote raise?