posted on Feb, 1 2013 @ 06:11 PM
Originally posted by Akragon
reply to post by FortAnthem
I think maybe not using the name is a sign of respect and reverence for the name of God and not some sort of diss.
I wasn't thinking it was a "dis" in any way...
Im just curious as to what those that use that name for God think about this...
We have a few diehard YHWH fans on our forums...
I thought perhaps they might chime in
I don't use that for the name for God but I think this whole thing is a little frivolous. Who cares what the name of God is if you can't embody what
is. In my opinion, these practices limit God and subject Him to our finite perception, and these ideas can negatively influenced other's perception of
God. However, whenever there is a negative, there is room for a positive so all's good.
When a baby babbles, does not God understand what the baby is saying?
I don't think God gives you brownie points whenever you say YHWH or Jehovah... Call Him God, He acknowledges God. Call Him YHWH, He acknowledges YHWH.
Call Him Jehovah, He acknowledges Jehovah. Call Him Father, He acknowledges Father. Call Him Daddy, He acknowledges Daddy. Call Him the Spaghetti
Monster, God knows why your heart is as is. It's really an issue of the heart... and I wonder as to how people don't see that, although I have
presumptions as to how this is.
Some people today and yesterday thought that God is limited to only certain people, like some of the apostles, until Paul came and chastised them. I
wonder who is going to be the next in this line of "revolutionaries" throughout history and if we are going to understand the message or
edit on 1-2-2013 by DelayedChristmas because: (no reason given)