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Your program of prophecy is hearby revoked. All words you speak presumptively on behalf of me, henceforth, will always reflect opposite, and never occur in this reality. You shall be a false prophet forever.
originally posted by: infolurker
a reply to: 4Yahshua
The possible timeline for the 70th week to begin is Oct 23, 2014. The mid point of the 70th week is March 31, 2018 at passover and ending on yom kippur 2021. 75 days later is the consecration of the millennial temple on Hanukkah.
The letter "v" (vau) was later changed into a Yiddish "w" (waw) sound and YaHweH became the more popular guess name of scholars. Hebrew alphabet: The Hebrew letter "I" (Iod) underwent a change in pronunciation with German Yiddish influence. It is now known as the "yod or yud." There is no letter "y" in the ancient Hebrew language. The "Y" sound attributed to this letter was borrowed by Jews from the German language.
The shape of the letter "I" or "yod" was derived from the Egyptian cobra which stood for the soft "g" and our letter "j" sound as in "jelly." Obviously if the letter J descends in Hebrew as the Iod and its sound in the form of the cobra was the soft "g" sound, the pronunciation of the name Jesus cannot be claimed to be a modern corruption.
It has been claimed that the name of Jesus is derived from the name Joshua and or Jehoshua. These are names created in the Babylonian Aramaic language. It is impossible that Jesus would have an earthly name, and named after Joshua. His name came from heaven and not from a Babylonian language. It is wrong for scholars to tell people that Babylonian Aramaic is Hebrew and that the true Hebrew name of Jesus is not Jesus but Joshua.
"EHJEH ASHER EHJEH". (Pronouned I-Je Asher I-Je)
When it is properly understood that "Je" is the abbreviation of "YEH" or "JEH" the sacred name of God at the burning bush, and that "Uses or Usus" (these are the same), we have in the name of Jesus a very powerful new identity as the "GOD WHO SAVES BY WATER." So the name of Jesus in a shortened meaning would be simply Saviour! In the very name of Jesus we have the authority of our New Testament water baptism in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins (Acts 2:38).
No one has ever gone to heaven and returned. But the Son of Man[a] has come down from heaven. 14 And as Moses lifted up the bronze snake on a pole in the wilderness, so the Son of Man must be lifted up, 15 so that everyone who believes in him will have eternal life.www.biblegateway.com..
And then EHYEH is a revelation of the Covenant God. So that these point to the fullness of the revelation of the GREAT name of Yehshas or Jesus as Creator God, the Blessing God, the Covenant God, and lastly the Saving God. Hence we have here that as the tabernacle and all the symbols and rituals of the Old Testament were TYPES and SHADOWS to be fulfilled and brought to their climax and completion with Christ and the New Testament Church WITH THE REAL, so all the temporary and substitute names and titles of God were only types and shadows of the REAL name of God revealed in Jesus Christ. So that the name of Jesus or Yehshas is not derived from any name of God, but visa versa, they were all derived from and point to Jesus Christ from which they all have their type.www.abovetopsecret.com...
The Egyptian language was made up of sounds. Partly of vowels and consonants, however; hieroglyphs constantly ignored and left out vowels. How a word sounds in hieroglyphics is more important than how it is spelled. - See more attraveltoeat.com...
All modern letters are conversions of ancient hieroglyphs
originally posted by: AnteBellum
a reply to: 4Yahshua
This is almost the exact same thread you posted in Dec. 2012 and nothing happened. Did Yahweh change his mind for some reason?
What makes this any different now?
BRUSSELS - Belgium is on course to join a new group of EU countries calling for Palestine recognition.
Its federal parliament is expected to vote next week on a draft motion asking the Belgian government to do it at a future point when it sees fit. It is legally non-binding and does not mention a deadline.
The initiative comes after four of the biggest parties - the N-VA, MR, CD&V, and VLD - agreed to back the project.
For its part, the Belgian foreign ministry wants to wait for two developments.
It wants to see if a new French-Jordanian UN Security Council project to get an Israel-Palestine peace deal by 2016 bears fruit.
It also wants to see if a new EU Special Representative for the Middle East Peace Process, to be appointed shortly, can make an impact.
“We’ve had 20 years of the peace process with no outcome and there is a lot of frustration in Europe with the lack of good will in Israel. But the time hasn’t come to abandon it (the process) yet”, a Belgian diplomat told EUobserver.
He noted that Belgium is in talks with like-minded EU states who plan to jointly recognise Palestine if need be.
He said the likely recognisers include Britain, France, Ireland, and Spain - where parliaments passed pro-recognition motions in the past six weeks.
He added that other potential recognisers include Austria, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, and Portugal, which voted Yes on Palestine’s UN “observer state” status in 2012.
“You can only recognise a country once. So we want to do it when it has the maximum impact … We don’t want to go it alone. We want to do it as part of a co-ordinated decision by the European Union or, at least, with as many EU partners as possible”.