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  • why is it recorded JESUS called His Father ABBA = the meaning explained.

    and not YHWH!!!
    The Wonderful Implications of God being Our “Abba Father”
    What is the Meaning of “Abba Father”?

    THE exploration into the N.T.= as Abba Father,
    what “Abba” means in definition.
    As stated from Dictionary.com, “Abba” is the defining term for father in the Aramaic language, spoken by Jesus as an intimate term to characterize their personal relationships with THE DIVINE.


    Mark 14:36: “And He [Jesus] said, ‘Abba Father, all things are possible for You. Take this cup away from Me; nevertheless, not what I will, but what You will.’”

    A DEEP AND ABIDING RELATIONSHIP!!!
    The scripture from Mark is stated by Jesus, SHOWNG A deep relationships with God that emerged in miraculous ways, and both met one another in a miraculous way.
    Hence, this would explain one reason w
    they would share the same intimate name for God that is not mentioned by any of Jesus’ disciples or those found in the Old Testament.

    What is the Meaning of “Abba Father”?
    “He YESHUA was tethered to God in a way that no one ever could or ever would be able to undo.”


    This is the reason for why we should view God as Abba Father, as He made and molded us as an earthly father does but does so in a way that is closer and more personal than an earthly father ever could.
    He knows us more than we know ourselves and handcrafted our personalities before we were twinkles of thoughts in our parents’ eyes.

    So, the term “Abba Father” is not one that is just to exclaim in praise or recognition, such as with heavenly Father or Father God.
    Abba Father, as conveyed through Jesus, reflects the knowledge of knowing that God knows us better than we know ourselves and He established paths for us before we took our first steps as humans.

    When you state “Abba Father” in prayer you should envision a Father who knows your greatest strengths,
    your greatest weaknesses,
    and knows your beginning and end:
    but instead of forcing His will on you, He allows you to meet Him in your own way, with intimacy that can only be felt between the Creator and the created.

    For these reasons, that is why God is our “Abba Father.”
    BY BLAIR CLARKE


    none of this divine intimacy was granted to those in the wilderness hence the reason Jesus came to set men free.
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