G—D or Yahweh?

1 03 2009

ISRAEL E-CARD   Volume 3 Issue 5  March 1, 2009

Topic # 1   Why Not G—D?

We have a calling from the God of the Bible to make His name known. Orthodox Jews will not say His name. They substitute Adonai which means Lord; or HaShem which means “the Name”. They believe Yahweh’s actual personal name is too holy to utter. Even when they write the word “God” they insert a dash in place of the vowel.  (Yahweh and Jehovah are different spellings of His name.) See Ex. 6:2-3

Christians make a similar error. Our Bibles mostly all substitute LORD (IN ALL CAPS) every time the real Hebrew text says Yahweh. He has allowed these two peoples to hide His name for 2,000 years, but the time has come to restore His name in usage and worship. The false pagan baal god allah is rising to usurp the highest place. The very phrase: “allah akbar” means “allah is greater”. Yet the scriptures are full of verses declaring Yahweh will make His name known both in blessing and in judgment in all the earth.

“Who but God goes up to heaven and comes back down? Who holds the wind in his fists? Who wraps up the oceans in his cloak? Who has created the whole wide world? What is his name–and his son’s name? Tell me if you know!” Proverbs 30:4. This text is the key to unlock and restore a great revelation. The Koran repeatedly says allah has no son. Yahweh is our Father’s name and Yeshua (Jesus) is His son’s name. It is time to make His name known!

Topic # 2   Israel Election Results: Snow! Mt.Hermon Ski

Mt Hermon was brown before the Israeli election on Feb. 10. They have had over six feet of snow since. The Sea of Galilee is up a foot in the last few days. The worst drought in 80 years is breaking. May Yahweh’s name be exalted! Pray that his  favor will continue to fall on Israel and the new government led by Prime Minister Netanyahu.

And God spoke to Moses and said to him: “I am Yahweh. I appeared to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, as God Almighty, but by My name Yahweh I was not known to them.”     Exodus 6:2-3

I also withheld rain from you, when there were still three months to the harvest. I made it rain on one city, I withheld rain from another city. One part was rained upon, and where it did not rain the part withered. So two or three cities wandered to another city to drink water, but they were not satisfied; Yet you have not returned to Me, says Yahweh.      Amos 4:7-8



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