From The Cloister Walk
by Kathleen Norris
"At morning prayer, the psalms seem suited to the archangels. Psalm 29, for Michael, the power of God: 'The Lord's voice resounding on the waters, the God of Glory thunders; the Lord on the immensity of waters...' And for Gabriel, Psalm 25, a quiet prayer of hope and trust. For Raphael, a psalm that I love, 147: 'The Lord builds up Jerusalem, and brings back Israel's exiles. And heals the broken-hearted; and binds up all their wounds.
Michael--who is as God; Gabriel--God's messenger; Raphael--God's healing. They say what angels always say, 'Do not fear.'"