Etymology of the Name Jesus

Why I Call Him Yehoshua Don't worry, I'm not saying anything against your preferred pronunciation, whether it be Jesus, Iesous, Isa, Yeshua or however you say salvation in your language.  Even though I know the etymology of the Name I still try to say Jesus in English because it's the name most people recognize. I... Continue Reading →

What is The Good News?

Do We Understand The "Good News" Like Adam Did? The Good News predates all of mankind's religious divisions because it has existed from the beginning.  Adam and Eve died with hope in the promise that one day death would be destroyed: And I will put enmity between you (the serpent/death) and the woman, (Israel/Spiritual) and between your seed (offspring) and... Continue Reading →

Eternity, What Does it Really Mean?

The Truth About Eternity I grew up believing in the mythology of Eternal Torment in Hell Fire.  After all, Hell is the only descriptive word we have in the English language for the place where bad people go when they die.  Our dictionaries even confirm “Eternal” punishment as the destination of the wicked after death. Like most,... Continue Reading →

YHVH Is The Eternal Name

YHVH Is Our Creator’s Name Forever "This is My Name Forever, (le'Olam #5769) and this is My Remembrance, (Zeker #2143) to all generations/all time," Exodus 3:15;  Exodus 3:14; Revelation 1:8; Isaiah 44:6; Revelation 22:13 "Therefore behold, I am going to make them, (Goy #1471) know-- This time I will make them know My Hand and My Might; And they shall know that My... Continue Reading →

Nature

What Is Known of God Is Evident...God has Revealed Himself..., Romans 1:19 For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly seen, being understood from His workmanship, so that men are without excuse.   Romans 1:20 Observing The Season's Spring is a reminder of renewal,  life returns to everything... Continue Reading →

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