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The name of YHWH, is not the name of Jesus!

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    ...Spying, Men love their gods. They are well equiped to fashion them out of various materials. When wood wasn't good enough, they tried stone. When the stone idol didn't perform, they tried to mold their gods out of different metals. If a bronze god wouldn't do, perhaps a golden one would make its owner a little more comfortable in this world. But, there is a problem with graven images. Their makers cannot join their gods, no matter how hard they press against them. The makers of the idols, always remain separate from them. It's good to {bear} the name of YHWH. One can be apart from him, and yet be connected to YHWH through his name. When you are attached to your Eloheem through his name, you gain the immortality that belongs to his name. Of course, you have to follow his rules. The faith of the JEWish peoples is a little more complicated than most faiths. YHWH asks his people to be holy as he and his name are holy. They are asked to be separate from other peoples. Because christianity has chosen another name to follow, {everything must be done in the name of jesus}, you can see why the name of YHWH would be a jealous of this name. No other name can be to the JEWish people, what the name of YHWH is. The name of YHWH, is not just the name of a god. It is also the name of a people's soul. There is a genuine connection between man and GD. This is something that most peoples haven't figured out, as of yet. The tanakh is written in allegorical fashion. The name of the (LORD) is really the name of YHWH without the article {the}. It is always the name of YHWH, never to be replaced with any other name. The tanakhs authors could have written GD, in place of the name of YHWH. This, however would have changed the faith that goes with the tanakh. The JEWish faith is first of all, JEWish! The people, literally bear the name of their Eloheem. The tanakh is no ordinary book. I want to say to its readers, keep your eyes upon the name of YHWH. There is more to this name, than you realize. It's the breath of life to its peoples.


    (*I will declare thy name*) unto my brethren: in the midst of the congregation will I (*praise thee*). Ps.22: 22

    And she conceived again, and bare a son: and she said, Now will I (*praise the LORD*): therefore she called his name (*Judah*); and left bearing. Gen. 29: 35

    5 But unto the place which the LORD your God (*shall choose out of all your tribes*) (*to put his name there*), even unto his habitation shall ye seek, and thither thou shalt come: Deut. 12: 5

    ....Michael

    O LORD our Lord, how excellent is thy name in all the earth! who hast set thy glory above the heavens. Ps. 8: 1
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