Lose out on Salvation. Make no mistake about it R/in Salvation Depends On It.
The Apostle Peter Said--Call on GOD or god By His Name to get Salvation. Peter Said.
Everyone who calls on the name of the LORD Jehovah Or Yahweh
shall be saved .All the write ups below are actually done to try to get the right way to pronoune God name
Compare the write ups below.
The Hebrew Tetragrammaton, YHVH, is the way the name of God appears in the Hebrew
Bible. The Hebrew language is a consonantal
language, possessing no vowels. Vowels were pronounced, but not written. They
were transmitted orally from generation to generation. This may like a
difficult system, and quite strange to us, but it is not that difficult. Just
as you can decipher that THS S TH WY TH HBRW PPL WRT BCK THN, means "this
is the way Hebrew people wrote back then," so could they easily pronounce
words without vowels.
By about 200 B.C., after the time of the Exile, Jews would no longer pronounce God’s name for fear that they would take it in vain by not saying it properly. Instead of pronouncing the Tetragrammaton, they would say Adonai, which is the Hebrew word meaning Lord. Because of this superstition, no one today knows exactly how it was pronounced. This was also true of the Masoretic scribes who copied the Hebrew Scriptures. When the Masoretic scribes, in the 9th to 10th centuries, invented a system of vowels to preserve the pronunciation of the Hebrew Bible, they also inserted some vowels into the Tetragrammaton. Because they too, did not know exactly how to pronounce God’s name, and did not believe one should attempt to, they did not try to insert the correct vowels into theTetragrammaton. Instead, they inserted the vowels from the Hebrew word Adonai, which are the sounds of the short a, long o, and another a with the sound of the word awesome. The insertions of these vowels were not for the purpose of pronunciation, but to remind the reader to say Adonai when they came to God’s name instead of pronouncing God’s name.
3. Statement of Faith We believe that the one God of the Old Testament, whose name is Yahweh, became a man in the person of Jesus Christ. Jesus, the Son of God, is both fully God and fully man, being the visible image of the one invisible God. Jesus' deity is none other than that of the Father. As it pertains to His humanity, Jesus was born of a virgin in time. From http://onenesspentecostal.com/state.htm See Open Fact Or Fiction Test.
About truth (as in spirit and truth) Perhaps the best definition of what Jesus was saying can be found in his own words. For Jesus said (as recorded at John ), 'Your Word is the truth.' And Paul wrote at Ephesians , 18, 'Also, accept the helmet of salvation and the sword of the Spirit, God's word.'
So, we see from those scriptures that truth is found in God's word (the Bible), and that it is the sword of God's Breath (or Spirit). And the conclusion that could be logically reached is that Jesus was telling us that the present arrangement for worshiping God must be based on our personal relationship with Him and on an intense study of the Bible.
What is the true name of God is an issue surrounded by poor scholarship, made up names and a blurring of what the Scriptures do say about the Name of God.
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I have found some biblical truths that do not seem to be known by anyone I have met so far. It all started when I found a book at the laundromat.
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YEHOWAH = (3 syllables) Concerning the tetragrammaton in favor of the Hebrew name "Yehowah" (English-Jehovah) "The original form of the divine name