This time we are looking at the Hebrew name YHWH, most often translated as its Hebrew name Jehovah or Yahweh, and translated in the Bible in English as LORD. Notice that all the letters of LORD in your Bible are capitalized. So whenever you see LORD with all caps, you know that it is the Hebrew name Yahweh.
The purpose of this group is to gather Judah, (so called African Americans) the Lost Sheep and the House of Israel. We welcome all moral people who walk in darkness and are seeking the spiritual light and truth of The Father Yahweh and His Son. John 8:32, Prov.4:1-8, Prov. 2:3-6.
Thus, each Hebrew and Greek letter and each word has a numerical and ordinal value. Every single word automatically has a specific number and ordinal value. Example: YHWH (Y*10 + H*5 + W*6 + H*5, ie 10-5-6-5) has the same number and ordinal 26, since the letters used do not have the 10th letter of the alphabet beyond which the numbers rise.
Salvation: Meyer claims that Hebrew is the language of heaven and that the Hebrew names of Yahweh and Yahshua are mandated as essential for salvation. F.F. Bruce, the noted biblical language expert, stated that Hebrew was a dialect of the Phoenician language spoken in numerous adjacent lands. Thus, it was a man-made
He states, “A form like yahweh developed from yahwiyu ” (editor's note: Yahwiyu is a hypothetical pronunciation). It can be seen that Anson Rainey shows, by implication, that the Hebrew spelling of the tetragrammaton was originally different than it is at present.
And so what the ancient scribes did was when they recorded God's sacred name Yahweh, composed of the four Hebrew consonants, Yud-Hey-Vav-Hey, (YHWH) they put accent markings, which I'm going to explain what that means in a second, over the four consonants so that when people that didn't know his name tried to speak it, they would actually speak it wrong.
The difference in spellings is a matter of Hebrew morphology – word formation. God is the speaker in Exod 3:14 and is speaking of himself. As a result, what God says in answer is in the first person. 2 God’s answer (‘ehyeh ‘asher ‘ehyeh) employs the “to be” verb in biblical Hebrew two times. That verb is Hebrew hyh.
Yahweh is the correct pronunciation in Hebrew of that there is no debate. But Hebrew and English are very different languages, it has been well documented that IN English God's name IS Jehovah. This corresponds to how all the other names in the bible have been translated into English as well, they are different from there Hebrew counterparts as ...
The Name Yahweh from The Bible in Sefardi Hand, 1385 (copy) Original in the British Library, London MORE IMAGES Pilate refused to revise the epitaph he had composed. This may have more significance than is apparent in our English translations. The Hebrew epitaph is shown below (remember Hebrew is read from right to left):