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There are only 1 MOST HIGH MIGHTY ONE

By Ha'Barrabas, 29 September 2020 · 211 views

YAHUAH, ''He Who Exist" (Exo 3:14-15) is the Name of the MOST HIGH MIGHTY ONE some called God.

God is NOT His Name believer.

I don't have the authority to tell anyone what Name to call Him. The moment He revile it to you, you will call Him the same.

:) The point is, there is only one who has the Heavenly Given Title of God/Yah/Yahu/El/Al/Eloah/Elohim/Allah - THE MOST HIGH MIGHTY ONE.

Satan also want to be called God (Isa 14:12-14) and some do!

YAHUAH is our, that is ALL creation, FATHER!

There are also idols which are proclaimed by their followers to be called god. But do not be fool by them!
For example.... Christian called Jesus god; Indians calls upon Chrisna; the Catholic upon the Mary, and satanic.. Lucifer.

YAHUAH YAH IS LORD, HE IS THE MOST HIGH MIGHTY ONE.




I am not impressed with your limited mispronounced Hebrew, the 2 main pronunciations of Hebrew is what is used in Israel and 'Classical' Hebrew.

 

Do yourself a favor and take a course in Hebrew, learn it thoroughly and by all means, try to get healed from your brainwashed delusions.

 

You are not qualified to teach anyone anything about God, learn about the theory of translation and especially what transliteration is and how it relates between Hebrew, Greek, Latin and English.

 

You have a serious false doctrine problem through the use of mispronounced names of God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit and a few other words, thinking that English words such as God, Jesus, etc are evil.

 

Please do yourself a favor and others and quit propagating this false doctrine.

Actually, the name Jesus in Greece is called Iesous which in its turn means "hail zeus"! 

Secondly, to believe in the trinity, as the Roman Catholic's papacy feeds the leaders with her wine (Rev 17) of lies the false doctrine problem are with all those whom belief in these lies you drunk.

I addressed the name Jesus in the other post.

Concerning the trinity:

"Jesus said " I and the Father are one".

"before Abraham was I AM."

" I am the resurrection".

 

"Thomas upon seeing the resurrected Lord Jesus Christ said the following:

"My Lord and my God".

 

Isaiah account

 

"For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace."

 

John 1:1

 

1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
2 The same was in the beginning with God.
3 All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.
4 In him was life; and the life was the light of men.

 

 

Colossians 1

 

13 Who hath delivered us from the power of darkness, and hath translated us into the kingdom of his dear Son:

14 In whom we have redemption through his blood, even the forgiveness of sins:
15 Who is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of every creature:
16 For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him:
17 And he is before all things, and by him all things consist.
18 And he is the head of the body, the church: who is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead; that in all things he might have the preeminence.
19 For it pleased the Father that in him should all fulness dwell;

 

What do you need to believe?

I can list more scripture if it would help you believe and go into explanation.

 

Jesus said "God is Spirit and those that worship him must worship him in spirit and truth".

 

I hope this helpful but you "gotta-wanna"

That is you have to have an open mind and heart.

The claim that Jesus is based on Zeus is a false doctrine from the Sacred Name movement.
And again the word Zeus/Jupiter(Iove, Jove G2203) is here in the New Testament:

Act 14:12  And they called Barnabas, Zeus, and Paul, Hermes, since he was the leading speaker.
Act 14:13  Then the priest of Zeus, who being before their city, brought bulls and garlands to the gates, and would have done sacrifice with the multitudes.

Act 19:35  But the scribe having calmed the multitude, he says, Men of Ephesus,
    what man is there that knows not that the city of the Ephesians being a worshiper of Artemis the great goddess,
    and of the image which fell-from-Zeus?

Another false doctrine within the Sacred name movement is the false claim that the names Christ and Krishna are connected.
The name "Krishna" originates from the Sanskrit word Kṛṣṇa, which is primarily an adjective meaning "black", "dark", "dark blue" or “the all attractive”
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Christ
 

 

The name for Jesus transliterated in Greek first occurs in the Exodus 17 of the Septuagint.

This ancient Greek translation is ~300 to ~200 BC.

(ιησου) and (ιησους) and is translated Joshua in English.

 

9 ειπεν δε μωυσης τω ιησου επιλεξον σεαυτω ανδρας δυνατους και εξελθων παραταξαι τω αμαληκ αυριον και ιδου εγω εστηκα επι της κορυφης του βουνου και η ραβδος του θεου εν τη χειρι μου
10 και εποιησεν ιησους καθαπερ ειπεν αυτω μωυσης και εξελθων παρεταξατο τω αμαληκ και μωυσης και ααρων και ωρ ανεβησαν επι την κορυφην του βουνου

 

Zeus is a different name and incidentally, is spelled the same way we spell it in English.

If there is still contention about this, I have "Odyssey of Homer" in Greek and English together, showing how Zeus looks in Greek...it is not the same word as Jesus.

 

Furthermore, it is seriously unfortunate that explanation about this needs to be done in the first place.

 

Brief explanation concerning transliteration:

 

Transliteration is when in one language we take how that word sounds and arrange letters in the receiving language in order for the word to still sound like it did in the original language.

 

Most of the time the word so spelled has no meaning in the "new" language since it usually is not a word in that language.

 

Let's take the word Yeshua, which transliterated into Latin, looks like Iesus....then the letter "J" was introduced much later as a consonantal "I"...what they did is add a hook at the bottom of the "I".

 

English followed the Latin with the word Jesus.

 

As mentioned earlier, transliteration is the process of bring the sound of a word from one language to another but there are always other considerations that have to take place in order for this to happen.

 

First, what if the "new" language does not have the sound(s) in it's vocabulary at all?

For instance, Hebrew has the "sh" and "y" sound but guess what? 

 

Greek does not have a "y" sound or "sh"

So in this case Greek uses "ιη" for the "y" sound and the "σ" (sigma) for the "sh" sound.

 

Then there is one more problem, Greek uses very specific case endings for its nouns so the ending on Yeshua must be modified in order for the Greek grammar to be correct.

 

Therefore there is another sigma added to the end of the word for to indicate that this word is

Nominative, singular and masculine.

 

See how this works? I am no expert by any means in the science of transliteration but this is just to show a very simple explanation of how this works.

 

Therefore, as one can see how we got Greek ιησους, followed by Latin Iesus followed by English Jesus.

 

Believe me, it had nothing to do with Zeus.

 

It just so happens in an old analytical Greek dictionary I copied where both are together the name Jesus and Jupiter/Zeus.

This to any even halfway open minded person will prove once and for all these are 2 different words.

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