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Originally posted by arpgme
Most Bibles have it translated that God's name is "I am that I am", this sounds strange in Modern English.
"asher" means "that, which, who, what".
Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh in Modern English should be "I am who I am" or "Yeh" (Being).
Jesus's name is Yehshu (Iesous) or YeshuA.
So, how did people mistakenly think "Yah" is the name of God when The Bible does not say this as the name given to Moses?
People say "Halleluyah" which means "Praise Yahweh" but shouldn't it be "Halleluyeh" which would mean praise "I AM" (The name of God given)?
Yeh also represents Jesus so those who say God and Jesus is one in the same - their names are connected by "Yeh" where as Yahweh starts with (Yah) and Jesus starts with (Yeh - Yehshua).
"I AM" is ultimate truth. It is probably the only thing we can know with absolute certainty. How can the fact that "I AM" be uncertain? If I did not exist then there would be no ME to have thoughts about whether or not I exist...
People think "I AM" is bad. Some say they felt darkness but maybe that darkness is what created light. Remember in the beginning there was darkness, void, and water and then finally Elohim (Translated as God) said "Let there be light".
Everybody and Everything is "I AM".
Originally posted by AfterInfinity
reply to post by applesthateatpeople
Now if God kills a million other Gods, then he can qualify as being "genocidal".
That's not the definition of genocide. I hate it when people redefine words according to how they feel those words should be used. Pick up a dictionary or stop talking, you are a bad influence on the vocabulary of the forum.