YHVH, the creator’s Hebrew name is actually mentioned some 7000 times in the Old Testament. Unfortunately, it’s translated in our English bibles to Lord or God. These are titles, not names, and could be anybody. His name is YHVH. In the Greek Septuagint, YHVH is translated to Kyrios, every time. English translations from the Greek render the name Lord or God again, which is still not a name. For some reason, none of the translators of the Hebrew scripture acknowledge that our creator has a name. That same Greek name is used in the New Testament when referring to Yeshua. In the Old Testament, Kyrios is YHVH. In the New Testament, Kyrios is Yeshua. Could it be more clear?
YHVH, the creator’s Hebrew name is actually mentioned some 7000 times in the Old Testament
it’s still there. Holy name which is truth however “holy” means Set-apart in Hebrew I’d just stick with what’s said in the text to call himPsalms 68:4
I believe our Father knows in our hearts that when we use the titles instead of His name that we are referring to Him
Have you ever noticed how many people use the “title” in blasphemous ways all day long In a moment of excitement “omg” is automatic If the Name of GOD were used as commonly it would not be well with us !… See more