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PostSubject: some of the names of God   Tue Sep 11, 2007 4:06 am

Warning - Please treat these names with utmost respect, they are the Names of God - remember the commands


YHWH - transliteration of the Hebrew name of God, usually pronounced as Adonai (the LORD) or HaShem (the Name), this is done to prevent it being misused.

El(ohim) God

El Elyon - God Most High

El Shaddai - God Almighty

hiyeh sh'Ehiyeh
— "I Am That I Am"

Elohei Avraham, Elohei Yitzchak ve Elohei Ya`aqov — "God of Abraham, God of Isaac, God of Jacob"

El ha-Gibbor — "God the hero" or "God the strong one"

E'in Sof — "endless, infinite"

Ro'eh Yisra'el — "Shepherd of Israel"

Ha-Kaddosh Baruch , "The Holy One, Blessed be He"

Kaddosh Israel — "Holy One of Israel"

Melech ha-Melachim - "King of Kings"

YHWH-Yireh - The Lord will provide

YHWH-Rapha - The Lord Heals

YHWH-Niss"i - The Lord our Banner

YHWH-Shalom — "The Lord our Peace"

YHWH-Ra-ah — "The Lord my Shepherd"

YHWH-Tsidkenu — "The Lord our Righteousness"

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PostSubject: Re: some of the names of God   Tue Oct 09, 2007 12:10 pm

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El ha-Gibbor — "God the hero" or "God the strong one"
Steve, this also means and is more commonly known by the Mighty G-d.


Ha-Kaddosh Baruch , "The Holy One, Blessed be He"

This should be haKaddosh, Baruch Hu.
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PostSubject: Re: some of the names of God   Wed Oct 31, 2007 9:04 pm

Since coming here I've seen that "HIS" name is spelled "G-d"

So when speaking of him verbally, what do you say.....and if it's a Hebrew word, please spell it so I know how to say it....

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PostSubject: Re: some of the names of God   Thu Nov 01, 2007 3:42 pm

Vella wrote:
Since coming here I've seen that "HIS" name is spelled "G-d"

So when speaking of him verbally, what do you say.....and if it's a Hebrew word, please spell it so I know how to say it....

Thanks, Vella queen

you get over the fact that God actually wants us to use His name and say it

Yahweh

Its not too hard. He uses it close to if not 7000 in the Old Testiment scripture, and puts alot of meaning on it. He commanded that Yahweh was His Name to be REMEMBERED from generation to generation.

As for the commandment - our current translations do not tell the whole truth.

Deuteronomy 5:11
You shall not misuse the name of the LORD your God, for the LORD will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses his name.

Exodus 20:7
You shall not misuse the name of the LORD your God, for the LORD will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses his name.

The Third Commandment had to be rewritten to justify the unjustifiable. "You shall not take the name" isn't how Yahuweh began. Nasa'
doesn't mean "take." It means "lift up, carry forward, and bear."
Today, we would use, "promote, advocate, or tolerate," to convey nasa's meaning. "'Adon-Lord
your God" isn't actually in the text, either. Yahweh said, "Yahuweh,"
not Lord, so who are we to edit our Maker? Then God engraved shav'
in stone. It means "desolate or lifeless" - the worst of all possible
consequences. He did not use the Hebrew words for vain in the sense of
lightly, frivolously, arrogantly, or failed. Had He wished to do so, He
could have chosen perfectly good Hebrew words to communicate any or all
of those thoughts. To "lightly esteem" in a "frivolous" way so as to
"disregard or ignore" is nabel. To lightly esteem in the sense of "trifling with" in a "contemptible fashion" is qalal. Vanity in the sense of "arrogance or pride" is ga'avah. "Failure," in the sense of having tried in vain, is raphah or karath. So why would Yahuweh say that the advocacy and tolerance of "shav'-desolation
and lifelessness" in His name was unforgivable if He meant frivolity,
disregard, arrogance, or failure were unforgivable? If these things are
beyond redemption, why bother with salvation? All of us are guilty of
failing to keep the standard, of being frivolous, ignorant, and
arrogant. But we are not all guilty of advocating lifeless religious
and political doctrines or of arrogantly disregarding Yahuweh's name.

Yah wants a personal relationship - Father to child, Husband to wife, so lets get one thing right eh? He wants us to use His Name because it is our family mark.

Sorry if that was too strong, but I hate the things of Man and love the things of my Father. I love you guys, I have been reading through Juski alot Smile I mean no disrespect, I just want to offer what I have discovered - if anyone is offended about what I have said, I find it highly offencive to write things like "G-d" and "Lord", so where are my rights?

hope that is interesting Smile

Peace and blessings to you all!!!

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PostSubject: Re: some of the names of God   Thu Dec 13, 2007 6:27 am

I love studying the names of God. It's awesome - He is so diverse that lots of names are needed to even try to understand Him.
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PostSubject: Re: some of the names of God   Thu Dec 13, 2007 4:18 pm

In the Jewish community His name is revered. So much so that it was only spoken on Yom Kippur and only by the High Priest. There is no where in scripture that I see HaShem demanding that we commonly use his name. There are many admonitions against using it improperly or commonly.

Yeshua called him , Abba, so shall I. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: some of the names of God   Thu Feb 14, 2008 8:27 pm

Pleased to make your aquaintence, Robski;
Shalom, and thank you for what you have brought to the board.

I believe the Psalmist has the traditional grasp for the sake of these boards, yes?


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="Robski Deuteronomy 5:11
You shall not misuse the name of the LORD your God, for the LORD will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses his name.

Exodus 20:7
You shall not misuse the name of the LORD your God, for the LORD will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses his name.

.. so who are we to edit our Maker? Then God engraved shav'
in stone. It means "desolate or lifeless" - the worst of all possible
consequences.

Your preshious find may be the bace of that fragrence - recognisable among us, while we are not yet able to express more then is here.

humn..
So we are not to make His Shem desolate or lifeless... HisShem=H'Shem ..

As barron - That Is lifeless ..
desolate..
2.deprived or destitute of inhabitants; deserted; uninhabited.

des·o·late adjective, verb, -lat·ed, -lat·ing. –adjective

1.barren or laid waste; devastated: a treeless, desolate landscape.

2.deprived or destitute of inhabitants; deserted; uninhabited.

3.solitary; lonely: a desolate place.

4.having the feeling of being abandoned by friends or by hope; forlorn.

5.dreary; dismal; gloomy: desolate prospects.
–verb (used with object)

6.to lay waste; devastate.

7.to deprive of inhabitants; depopulate.

8.to make disconsolate.

9.to forsake or abandon.

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Lots here for good chewing! Thanks again Robski



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