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Why Did Jesus Say Hallow be thy Name? It is part of The Most Popular Pray Recited by Most Proclaimed
A Survey Conducted Concluded That Most Proclaimed Christians That Recite Most Popular Pray
Hallow be thy Name --- Have No Clue ---What They are Reciting---------
Because The Churches Skip Matt 6-9 in Teaching and Concentrate Their Own Desires
For Something Physical Themselves—The Bread –Give 6:11 –Consecrating on
What God Can Give Instead of What They can Give The Father of Jesus.
SBT –Opens Up The Bible Dictionaries and Encyclopedias For The Answer.
First -----What Does Hallow Really Mean
From hagios; to make holy, i.e. (ceremonially) purify or consecrate; (mentally) to venerate -- hallow, be holy, sanctify.
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia- T4032
HALHALLOW; HALLOWED hal'-o, hal'-od, hal'-o-ed ("to render or treat as holy," Anglo-Saxon halgian, from halig, "holy"):
It translates several forms of qadhash, "set apart," "devote," "consecrate," frequently rendered in the King James Version,
the Revised Version (British and American), the American Standard Revised Version "consecrate," "dedicate," "holy," and especially
"sanctify," closely synonymous, "hallow" perhaps containing more of the thought of reverence, sacredness, holiness
In the New Testament "hallow" occurs only in the "Lord's Prayer," there rendering hagiazo, the Septuagint word for qadhash:
and is always (American Standard Revised Version) rendered "sanctify," except here, and in Revelation 22:11,
"He that is holy, let him be made holy still
." To "hallow the name"
includes not only the inward attitude and outward action of profound reverence and active praise, but also that personal godliness,
loving obedience and aggressive Christlikeness, which reveal the presence of God in the life, which is His true earthly glory
God's name is fundamental to all monotheistic religions. "May your name be held holy"
the first request for Christians in the Lord's Prayer taught by Jesus (Mt 6:9). "
They exult in you, those who love your name" is sung by
Jews when they sing the Psalms of David (Ps ). "The hearts of
humble ones quiver when the name of God is mentioned"
Is what Muslims say when they recite certain surahs of the Quran (22:3
Jesus Said---Open http://www.2001translation.com/JOHN.htm#_Jehovah
I have made Your Name shine among the men You gave me from the world
Scroll down to Chapter 17—Verse 6 and Chick on C/H Your Name
JEHOVAH or LORD
Although there are no existing ancient Bible (Greek Scripture) manuscripts that contain the full name Jehovah, there are four reasons why we (and certain other Bible scholars and translators) believe that it existed in the original text. JEHOVAHorLORD.htm and GodsNAMES.htm Plus HallowBeThyNAME.htm and TETRAGRAMMATON.htm
What Do Commentaries.htm Say About Acts 15:14
WEY: Symeon has
related how God first looked graciously on the Gentiles
Is God’s Name Christ?--The
I AM what I AM Jesus/Jehovah or Paul Open I AM-simplebibletruths.net
The Tetragrammaton Testifier----FOR THE SHORT
On the True Hebrew Names of Jehovah and Jesus
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