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"The word ‘il is used over five hundred times in the texts from Ugarit. 18 The most obvious usage of the word is the name of the divine patriarchal god, who was the head of the pantheon. 19 El has a role as the father (‘ab) of the pantheon and of humankind. 20 He is seated before the divine council (El’s family) as its head. 21 He is portrayed as being elderly and bearded and is often called the “ageless one” or “father of years.” 22 He acts as a help to both the lesser gods 23 and mankind. 24 Interestingly, El is also seen as the creator in a Hurrian-Hittite text discovered in Anatolia. 25 El sits on the throne with his consort and wife Athirat, or biblical Asherah, the Progenitress of the Gods.” 26 El’s attributes as a kind father are expressed in the phrase “Kind El, the Compassionate.” Another important epithet associated with El is that of “Bull,” found in almost all mythological or epic texts."
Can we extend this to Israel being the bride (chosen) of Yahweh, but Israel played the harlot? The only way to divorce Israel was death of the Son of God (Yahweh). As we see from Genesis 9, Elohim (Father) requires that the blood be accounted first.
9 Elohim blessed Noah and his sons and said to them, “Be fertile, increase in number, and fill the earth....
...6 Whoever sheds human blood,
by humans his blood will be shed,
because in his image, Elohim made humans.
7 Be fertile, and increase in number. Spread over the earth, and increase.”
In telling Noah to fertilize the earth with his seed, he is showing the promise of the rainbow, or nations from Noah.
8 Elohim also said to Noah and his sons, 9 “I am going to make my promise[a] to you, your descendants, 10 and every living being that is with you—birds, domestic animals, and all the wild animals, all those that came out of the ship—every living thing on earth. 11 I am making my promise to you. Never again will all life be killed by floodwaters. Never again will there be a flood that destroys the earth.”
12 Elohim said, “This is the sign of the promise I am giving to you and every living being that is with you for generations to come. 13 I will put my rainbow in the clouds to be a sign of my promise to the earth.
From here, Yahweh continues to rebel against EL by choosing His bride from among the colors of the rainbow. From this, the one nation then wars against them all. Today, we still have the promise alive (nations). His death on the cross is the blood accounted for the wars of Yahweh on mankind.
Connect the dots and you see a different story emerge. You can't know unless you read it from the Names of God Bible. The bride of Christ includes the Gentiles. Death annulled the first marriage contract in favor of Elohim's promise to mankind. ALL NATIONS!
Yahweh was denied the day of the Lord in favor of God's love for all of us. That promised Day of Vengeance is replaced by loving enemies. We will see if the Son follows through. He must, or his words are denied.
As we know from the story, there is a Ram caught in the thicket. If the body of humanity is the body of the Son, then the son will be spared. Satan is the snake Yahweh created and the very snake he must defeat to save himself and us all from destruction. If not, Elijah has failed.
5 “I’m going to send you the prophet Elijah before that very terrifying day of Yahweh comes. 6 He will change parents’ attitudes toward their children and children’s attitudes toward their parents. If not, I will come and reclaim my land by destroying you.”
IF NOT means it is yet to be determined. As Yahweh found out, his promise was against himself. Quite the twist of fate for the Son of God as he struggles to be a God above EL. There IS a God above Yahweh. EL rules quietly, behind the scenes. He raises HIS Son.