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originally posted by: Grimpachi
I forgive you for making such confusing threads.
Honestly I wish I could figure out your posts. I mean the bible is confusing as it is but your interpretations on top of it makes it even harder.
Oh well I have accepted that such messages are not meant for me and they are only for the few that can make heads or tails from them. I thank you for giving it a shot but our brains must be wired completely different.
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.
Why is God’s Name so important and how is it used in salvation?
To understand the importance of God’s name, one would have to have some knowledge of how God used his name in the Old Testament. God’s highest power, majesty, and glory is in his name. In addition, the right hand of the power of God and the whole essence of God is in the power of his name. understandingthetrinity.blogspot.com...
It is a falsehood for anyone to claim the letter “J” and its sound did not exist until the 16th century. Many of our letter sounds come down to us from the Egyptian and Phoenician languages. These are the two root sources of ancient Paleo Hebrew, Greek, and other languages.
The letter "J" arguments against the name Jesus have no weight or validity as the Egyptian language had a "J" sound and image and Paleo Hebrew descends via this language and its Phoenician root.
It is only reasonable then to see that the Paleo-Hebrew "G" and the "I" also carried the same characteristics. Moses used the Egyptian "Je" as in "Jelly" giving the letter "I" the "Jod" or "G - J" when he renamed Paleo-Hebrew Oshea to Jehoshea.
God did not reveal his highest name to the prophets in the Old Testament. God’s highest name would be used in the plan of salvation and his name would be identified in the New Testament as Jesus Christ - Acts 4:12.understandingthetrinity.blogspot.com...
Unless Yahweh is Satan...
originally posted by: Akragon
a reply to: AlephBet
Unless Yahweh is Satan...
Fortunately I don't believe "satan" exists... Its nothing more then the materialistic human...
Or "the beast" as you've said in your older threads...
Though IF there is an "evil incarnate"... Yahweh wins the title, to be certain
when he had by himself purged our sins, sat down on the right hand of the Majesty on high:
Being made so much better than the angels, as he hath by inheritance obtained a more excellent name than they.Hebrews1