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Is His Name important?

By All about His Name, 31 May 2019 · 375 views

Haai everyone

I am looking for a Afrikaans Hebrew Scripture. I am currently reading about "Jesus Christus", "die Here" and "God", and it is frustrating because 1) The Son of Yah is not called Jesus Christ, but YAHUSHA HA'MASHIAH; 2) The words " the Lord" or 'die Here" does not refers to YAHUAH Yah but it means in Hebrew Baal; 3) YAHUAH Yah's Name is not God but Yah.

I am currently reading out of the HalleluYah Scripture, but its all in English. Afrikaans sound SO MUCH better.

Where can I find a editable document of the 1933 or 1953 Scripture? To rewrite the Scripture will take a lifetime!!!

Shalom

From Carlo




Names is very important to us, and the current pronunciation of our name are more important to us. But what about the Most High Mighty One, does He also feel the same, like us, regarding the pronunciation of His qodesh (set apart) Name? If Adam called the Most High Mighty One YAHUAH Yah, who am I to call Him God? There are more the 500 Million "gods" on the rock, which one of them do you call God? The Most High Mighty One said that He is the only Mighty One, which means that there are more then 499 Million idol which are esteemed as Gad and only One which is the Every Existing One (YAHUAH). What do you think? Please give me a piece of your mind? Shalom
So many wise people full of Scripture knowledge, but not one have a answer for me????
Jdg 13:18 Yahweh’s angel replied, “Why do you ask me my name? It is too marvelous.”
Gen 32:29 Jacob said, “Now, please tell me your name!” The man replied, “Why do you ask me what my name is?” But he blessed Jacob there. 
 

Ek dink dit is dalk die antwoord. Soek Hom eers op jou kniee.

Nice answer for a "sinful Christian" like me: Iyob spreek met sy vriend [wat gekom het om hom te help] maar deur sy (Dis Iyob) se alweetenheid staan hy sy vriend teen om teen hom (nie teen Yah nie) te stry. In die geval van Ya'aqob (Jacob): Hy het verkeert gehandel teen sy broer en teen sy skoonpa en het daarom met YAHUAH geworstel (vestry) vir 'n blessing! Geworstel om geregverdig te word vir dit wat hy gedoen het. YAHUAH was Hom genadig, want dit iscWiíe YAHUAH is, 'n GENADIGE YAH.

These two verse (Iyob 13:18 en Genesis 32:29) are the typical answer for the worldly Christendom, but still we stand against the Word of Yah!!! (Seek the verses where Yah actually inspire you to know His Name).

Did YAHUAH not say, "I shall make My qodesh Name known in the midst of My people YisraYah, and not let My qodesh Name be profaned any more. And the gentriles shall know that I am YAHUAH, the Qodesh One in YisraYah."

This Israel is not the same then the fleshly nation, it is the qodesh nation which have the Qodesh Name of the Yah Shaddai all along.

So, my dear friend, to quote from your most humanly human condition are only a normal act for a sinful heart!

We need to seek YAHUAH in the secrecy of the RUACH HA'QODESH, for there will will be qodesh in Him.

Op die kniee is die minste van jou problems! Ons almal is op ons kniee, same worship YAHUAH Yah YAHUSHA Ha'Mashiah through His Qodesh Name while the rest of the world is stuck will the pagan name Jesus the Lord [which means Hail Zeus the Baal] (See H1168 for the meaning of the world "the Lord" from a Hebrew perspective).

But still do not take MY WORD to follow TRUTH but go to the set apart (qodesh) place and seek the MIGHTY One who created the Qodesh place in the Wilderness (see Hazon/Revelation 12:14-15).

Shalom, and may YAHUAH leads you to Him!
Yahmēn

e Sword surely has the ou Afrikaans vertaling as a module?

 

I find it too strange for words that an Afrikaans speaker would want to address God in Hebrew, especially seen as we do not even know exactly how to pronounce that name in its ancient form.  Even the very best scholars are only guessing much of the time.  The entire world of humanity refers to God as God, though there be many "afgode".  Of te wel, "God" in Afrikaans.  How does one say "John" in Afrikaans?  Johan?  Well, in Eph 1:1 I do not think that Iesou Xristou in the Greek means Zeus Christ!  (When did "Kurios" suddenly start to mean "Baal" in the Greek?)  It is Anglicized into Jesus Christ, and what is that in Afrikaans?  And qodesh in English tranlates as Holy, not "set apart", in most contexts, or in Afrikaans "heilig".

 

Is it possible that our Father in Heaven does not understand Afrikaans?  or perhaps He needs a translator?  I think not!  When you pray in Afrikaans, He understands you quite well and fully.  God created communication, because He communicates, and we are made in His image.  God created languages, they did not evolve from grunts.

 

God has more names than can be numbered (that's tough on the Muslims), for every name is a title and a description, and the names of the Lord given for us to use are of such nature as "God Who Heals You" or "God Our Victory" etc, and when we look for some special formula name for the Most High, we are simply looking at a description ("I Am") or another title or word for "God" in a language we know not too much about. Remember that a full description of God is an infinite undertaking.  And so His full Name is likewise infinite to us.

It is given to us to be reconciled with, approach, understand and worship in His presence our Heavenly Father through the the name of Jesus Christ/Iesou Xristou/ Yeshua haMassiach/ Iesu Christu or whatever the name of the only begotten Son of God equates to in another language.  We need know no more, to be complete in Him. 

 

His name is also Emmanuel, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, The Bright and Morning Star, etc., yes, but at the name of Jesus, every knee must bow, both in Heaven and on Earth, and beneath the earth, and in this world, and in the world to come.  If we cannot understand an angel's name, how shall we begin to comprehend the name of the Father Himself that is given to the Son, for example, which is a simple scripture, yet one on which many, professing themselves to be wise, stumble, and fall into the "Jesus Only" error.  Let us not try to be wiser than God.

 

But for the sake of Christian scholarship, an essential ministry within the body of Christ, we study these matters in order to better understand them, not to build a specialist and alternative religious basis for redemption and fulness in Christ.  To reject the name of Jesus (in Afrikaans ook "Jesus", Ou Vertaling, 1933) is to reject the Person so named, and to proclaim "another Gospel" and so be accursed and lose your salvation. 

 

If the many millions of miracles which occur around the world daily were attempted in any other name than the name of (in English and also Afrikaans) Jesus, or whatever other form of that Name as it may occur in any other language, those miracles would simply not occur at all, not being wrought in the only name vested with all power, forevermore, under (in English) God the Father.

If you want to become an expert in the Hebrew names of the Most High, study ancient Hebrew first, to something more than elementary level, then do a study of the Names.

 

Is someone perhaps saying that the four Gospels, and the rest of the New Testament were perhaps written in Hebrew, and not Greek?  And that YAHUAH gave His New Covenant revelation in Hebrew, and not Greek?  Then, my friend, you have just become the greatest historical authority on earth on New Testament Criticism, which is something I am inclined to think will be contested most heartily all around the world.  If we may only use the name of Jesus in its Aramaic form, the New Testament documents upon which the entire Christendom through nearly 2000 years has been firmly based are in fact a lie.  In which case, no one knows what Christianity really is, for all our doctrine is based on these very documents of which we have thousands of copies in Greek firstly, as well as early translations from Greek into Syriac, Egyptian, Latin etc.

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