Read Hebrews 1 today.

Note how the author of Hebrews is contrasting Jesus with angels. One of the author’s goals is to clearly identify Jesus. One of the ways of doing this is to identify who or what Jesus is not. In this chapter we note Jesus is not an angel, but we will see other contrasts in later chapters.
One of the more significant questions Jesus asked of His disciples was, “Who do you say that I am?” How would you answer that question?
Hebrews 1:1-4 NLT
Long ago God spoke many times and in many ways to our ancestors through the prophets. [2] And now in these final days, he has spoken to us through his Son. God promised everything to the Son as an inheritance, and through the Son he created the universe. [3] The Son radiates God’s own glory and expresses the very character of God, and he sustains everything by the mighty power of his command. When he had cleansed us from our sins, he sat down in the place of honor at the right hand of the majestic God in heaven. [4] This shows that the Son is far greater than the angels, just as the name God gave him is greater than their names.
Mark 8:27-29 NLT
Jesus and his disciples left Galilee and went up to the villages near Caesarea Philippi. As they were walking along, he asked them, “Who do people say I am?” [28] “Well,” they replied, “some say John the Baptist, some say Elijah, and others say you are one of the other prophets.” [29] Then he asked them, “But who do you say I am?” Peter replied, “You are the Messiah.”