My Name Is In Him

When We See His Name Pay Attention "Pay attention to him and listen to his voice; do not defy him, for he will not forgive rebellion, since My Name is in him." Exodus 23:21 "O LORD, YHVH, save us, we pray. We beseech You, O LORD, YHVH cause us to prosper! Blessed is he who comes in the Name of the LORD  YHVH.  From the house of the LORD YHVH we bless you." Psalm... Continue Reading →

Baptism

Baptism Represents Death and New Life We first read the word Baptism in the Greek New Testament.  Baptizo #907 is a verb meaning to submerge.  Immersion was not a foreign concept to the 1 Century religion of Judaism.  The Hebrew word Miqvah #4723 means a gathered reservoir or collection of (living) water.  Miqva'vot are used... Continue Reading →

Why Did God Create Israel?

If You Don't Understand Israel, You Don't Understand The Good News. The first time we hear the name Israel is right after Jacob, Abraham's grandson, wrestles all night with a man/God, and he Prevails.   Genesis 32:24; Genesis 32:25; Genesis 32:26. He said, "Your name shall no longer be Jacob, but Israel; for you have persevered, (sarah #8280)... Continue Reading →

Shinning Light on Bad Translations

Shinning Light on Bad Translations Translators have a very difficult task in conveying the most accurate word meanings, especially when another language has no equivalent.  Our Bibles are loaded with Ancient Hebrew Idioms, Metaphors, Poetic Rhyme, Word Puns and Figurative Expressions that do not always carry over in translation. So my concern is not with small... Continue Reading →

Is Jesus God?

Is Jesus, His Hebrew Name, Y'hoshua, (YHVH's Salvation) YHVH? Regardless of man's religious opinions, what does the Bible have to say about the Creator of the universe? Who Is YHVH? YHVH means, He Exists/He Was, Is and Always Will Be.  When God revealed His Name to Moses He said it was His Name forever, (Olam... Continue Reading →

Sukkot is For Everyone

Sukkot Is Our Creator's Fall In-gathering A Sukkah translates into English as a Booth, Hut, Dwelling or Tabernacle.  The Hebrew root word "sukak," Strong's #5526b, means "to be knit together." Sukkah is the name of a "Temporary Shelter."  Like Israelite's dwelt in for 40 years after their deliverance from slavery in Egypt. From Creation God Set... Continue Reading →

Mystery of Salvation

Love Reveals The Mystery of Salvation  "And so we know and believe on the Love God has for us.  God (YHVH) is Love.  Whoever lives in Love lives in God, (YHVH) and God (YHVH) in them."  1 John 4:16 "This is how Love is made One (Echad) among us so that we will have fearless confidence on the... Continue Reading →

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