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Friday, March 13, 2015

YahuWah’s Redemptive names in Hebrew.













YahuWah’s Redemptive names in Hebrew


1)   YahuWahRohi –“YahuWah is my shepherd...." (Psalms 23:1)
2)   YahuWah Yireh- "I shall not want." (Psalms 23:1)
3)   YahuWah Shalom  - YahuWah is my peace. (Psalms 23:2) "Hemakes me to lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside still waters."
4)  YahuWah Raphechah- YahuWah my healer. (Psalms 23:3) "He restores my soul."
5)   YahuWah Tsidkenu - YahuWah is righteousness.( Psalms 23:3) "He leads me in paths of righteousness for His name's sake."
6)  YahuWahNissi - YahuWah is my banner. (Psalms 23:5) "He prepares a table before me in the presence of my enemies."
7)    YahuWah M'Qaddesh - YahuWah my sanctifier.(Psalms 23:5) "He anoints my head with oil."
8)    YahuWah  Shammah - YahuWah is there. (Psalms 23:4)"...Yah is with me."
 9. YahuWah Tzavahoth -- The Cammander and Chief of Hosts of Warring Angels (I Samuel1:3)
 10. YahuWah Heleyon/Al-alyon - The Most High (Daniel 4:25).
 11. YahuWah-Makkeh - The Alohim Who Smites (Ezekiel 7:9)
12. YahuWah Gmolah - The Alohim of Recompense (Jeremiah 51:6) 

1.   YahuWah Rohi –“YahuWah is my shepherd...." (Psalms 23:1)
  
Kol Israel learned to magnify YHWH for life, healing, victory, holiness,peace, and protection, they were still pilgrims, and they were in dire need ofdivine provision in their wilderness journey with all its weariness, physical needs, duties, dangers and difficulties. Thus, there came the revelation of YHWH as their YahuWah Rohi , the One whose Shepherd's love, care, and resources they could depend upon in all the un-trodden and unknown pathways of the future. YHWH is the feeder to provide for us, keeper to protect us, companionto cheer us, friend to help us, pastor to comfort us, and herdsman near to us, as His frequent revelations prove.

2.YahuWah Yireh - "I shall not want." (Psalms 23:1)
The definition of this term is "YahuWah will see" or "YahuWah will provide".

 For man, this conjunctive meaningseems impossible. However, for the all knowing Alohim of creation, the dualmeaning is easily exemplified. His pre-vision means His pro-vision. That wasAbraham's revelation given to the place where He found the ram provided as asubstitute for Isaac. This miracle was not of a normal significance; but ratherit was a creative miracle by Yah for the sacrifice, in the same sense that Yahcreated a body through the miraculous conception for the substitute sacrifice for man.  Alohim demanded the sacrifice of Isaac, but as YHWH He made complete provision of a substitute for the son Abraham willingly offered. The place of this miracle is important. It is the first recorded instance in scripture of the naming of a place after a divine interposition or manifestation.

3.   YahuWahShalom  - YahuWah is my peace. (Psalms23:2) "He makes me to lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside still waters."

Israel in ancient times was passionate for righteousness, but the people discovered their own unrighteousness. Therefore, we become people who seek after purity of heart, so we can enjoy communion with YHWH. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see YHWH." (Matthew 5:8) The Greeks sought after wisdom, and the Romans pursued power and world dominion; but today there is a remnant of YHWH's chosen people who seek after Yah and His righteousness. To the glory of the Tov Besaroth, is that YahuWah Tsidkenu became flesh and was made unto us righteousness. (1 Corinthians 1:30) A righteous Alohim pronounced death as the penalty of sin--yet that same Yah becameflesh, the righteous branch, to taste death for every sinner and to provide therighteousness that is transferred or imputed to the believer and is there by accepted before Yah. Acceptable righteousness, therefore, is not attained but obtained.

   4. YahuWahRaphechanu/ Rophi - YahuWah my healer. (Psalms 23:3) "He restores my soul."
YahuWah Our Physician (Exodus 15:26)
From Israel we learn that in times of sickness YHWH heals, for He is our YahuWah Rophi, "I am YahuWah thy healer". To express YahuWah’s unmerited favor in restoring spirit life, He declared that He healed all of our diseases, spiritual as well as physical. (Psalms 103:3) He also heals the broken in heart(Psalms 147:3), and for those who are backsliding, He is their healer as well (Jeremiah 3:22). The scriptures also clearly indicate the removal of bodilyinfirmity (Genesis 20:17; Matthew 4:23).


5.    YahuWah Tsidkenu - YahuWah is righteousness. (Psalms 23:3) "He leads me in paths of righteousness for His name'ssake."

Our Righteousness (Jeremiah 33:16)In the Old Testament,there is evident revelation of Israel as being a nation seeking after righteousness. Yet in their passionate desire for righteousness, the people discovered their own unrighteousness. Therefore, we become people who seekafter purity of heart, so we can enjoy communion with Alohim. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see YahuWah." (Matthew 5:8) The Greekss ought after wisdom, and the Romans pursued power and world dominion; but today there is a remnant of Yah's chosen people who seek after YHWH and Hisrighteousness. To the glory of the tov besoroth is thatYahuWah Tsidkenu becameflesh and was made unto us righteousness. (1 Corinthians 1:30) A righteous Alohim pronounced death as the penalty of sin--yet that same Alohim becameflesh, the righteous branch, to taste death for every sinner and to provide therighteousness that is transferred or imputed to the believer and is therebyaccepted before YahuWah. Acceptable righteousness; therefore, is not attained but obtained.

3.   YahuWahNissi - YahuWah is my banner. (Psalms 23:5) "He prepares a table before meinthe presence of my enemies."
YahuWah Nissi – YHWH Our Banner (Exodus 17:15-16) Mosestook care that  YahuWahshouldhave the glory for the victory over Amalek. Instead of setting up a trophy inthe honor of Joshua (though it had been a standard policy to put marks of honorupon men), he built an altar to honor YahuWah. What is most carefullyrecorded is the inscription upon the altar, YHWH-Nissi – YahuWah my Banner. Thepresence and power of YahuWah was the banner under which they wereenlisted, and the banner by which they were kept together.YahuWah Nissiin literal Hebrew means "A hand upon the throne of YahuWah ".YahuWahwill have war with Amalek from generation to generation. Amalek's hand haddared to assault YahuWah's throne to overturn it, so He gave Israel theauthority and power of that throne to overwhelm Amalek. The uplifted hands ofMoses symbolized this banner. Here we have an illustration of the hand of faithoutstretched in prayer.
4.     YahuWah M'Qaddesh - YahuWah my sanctifier.(Psalms 23:5) "He anoints my head with oil."
YahuWah M'Qaddesh – The Alohim Who Sanctifies(Exodus 31:13)
The term translated holiness is more correctly Qodesh or Set Apart from the Hebrew word "Qodesh" and is allied to "sanctify". It istranslated as dedicate, consecrate, hallow, and holy in various translations."I am YahuWah M'Qaddesh - The Alohim who sanctifies you". This term's main influence relates to moral and spiritual purity. In the Renewed Testament many scriptures relate to the process of sanctification, the sum of which is provided to the congregation through the atoning work of Mashiach YahuShua:

 SANCTIFIED By Truth (John 15:3;17:17)
 SANCTIFIED By the Blood (Hebrews13:12)
 SANCTIFIED By Faith (Acts 26:18)
 SANCTIFIED By  Prayer (I Timothy 4:5)


5.     YahuWah Shammah - YahuWah is there. (Psalms23:4) "...Yah is with me."

YahuWah Shammah - The Alohim Is There (Ezekiel48:35)The name of the city revealed through Ezekiel is YahuWah Shammah- Alohim is there. This location is so named because of the manifest presence and power of YahuWah residing there. We also know from scripture that YHWH  does not dwell in temples made by hands, butrather we are to be Alohim’s temple. This is the last of YHWH's redemptive titles in the order of their Old Testament occurrence. It discloses the consummation of His progressive self-revelation. The people of Israel werebrought out of the bondage of Egypt by His manifest presence (Deuteronomy 4:37). However, the people willfully and continually sinned, and the conscious manifest Presence of YahuWah was rescinded. Yet when the people repented of their gross idolatry, because of His love and pity, the angel of His presenceredeemed them once again (Isaiah 63:9). The apostle Paul describes the congregation as a habitation of YHWH, a house of Alohim, and the buildinggrowing unto a Qodesh temple in YahuWah.

9. YahuWah Tzavahoth - The Cammander and Chief of Hosts of Warring Angels(I Samuel 1:3)
This term in Hebrew is taken from sabaoth, meaning host or hosts, with special reference to warfare or service, and the word often appears as the Lord of Hosts. This Hebrew term has also rendered armies. This reference for YHWHappears 14 times in the book of Haggai and 24 times in the book of Malachi. In Zechariah, the Lord of Hosts occurs 53 times and is of great interest, seeing that it is connected with God's action in judgment and blessing upon Israel.The expression "Thus says the Lord of Hosts", implied divine revelation and divine authority; a phrase like "Holiness unto the Lord of Hosts", (Zechariah 14:21). When the conquest of Canaan was about to begin, YahuWah Tzavahoth was revealed as the unknown warrior with naked sword standing before Joshua. When Joshua asked the question, "are you for us or againstus"; the reply came, "I am Prince of the Host of YHWH",therefore Joshua humbly surrendered his sword to YahuWah Tzavahoth. The whole of His creation is under His control and obeys His sovereign command, willingly or otherwise. He is:1) Alohim of all angelic hosts (I Kings 22:19)2) The Alohim of all stellar things (Genesis 1:16)3) The Alohim of all the feathered hosts(I Kings 17:2-7) The Alohim of all the animal hosts (Isaiah 11:6)5) The Alohim of all the human hosts (Isaiah 40:15)6) The Alohim of the satanic hosts(Matthew 28:18)

10. YahuWahHeleyon/ Al-Alyon - The Most High is frequently used in thePsalms as a declaration of YahuWah's highest position or kingship. This titlereveals YahuWah as the high and lofty one that inhabits eternity (Isaiah57:15). It is prophetically speaking of YahuWah's reign over the earth at thetime of Israel's restoration or the restoration of YHWH's chosen people. It isalso reassuring for us to know that during these difficult days, that the MostHigh rules in the kingdom of men, also (Daniel 4:25). This redemptive nameplaces YHWH at the highest place of every realm of life, so that He can fulfillHis will in and through us. When applied to YHWH, this redemptive name reveals that though He is the highest, there are others below Him endowed by Him withlike natures, and therefore, in some way, related to Him by His Spirit. 


11. YahuWah-Makkeh - The AlohimWho Smites (Ezekiel 7:9)The Alohim has given Israel to us as an example of His dealings with man. He set Israel in the midst of heathen nations as His witness, but instead of revealing and glorifying Him, she changed His judgments into wickedness greater than all the nations she was supposed to influence for Him. Therefore He said, "You shall know that I am YHWH-Makkeh", the YHWHwho smites thee. (Ezekiel 7:9) The 9th chapter of Daniel reveals that Israel found herself in captivity because she refused to heed the voice of YahuWah, which was set before her by His servants, the prophets. As a result of Israel's disobedience, YahuWah smote Israel and disciplined her because of her unbelief and rejection of His true revealed word. The Congregation has also experienced a similar disciplinary period over the past forty years because of her rejection of the true revealed word as brought to the congregations by His servants,the prophets. The good news is His promise to restore. According to Hosea 6:1-2, Come; let us return to YahuWah. For He has torn us but He will heal us;He has wounded us but He will bandage us. He will revive us after two days; He will raise us up on the third day, that we may live before Him."

12.  YahuWah Gmolah - The Alohim of Recompense (Jeremiah 51:6) The scriptures declare that retribution or recompense does not belong to us but rather it belongs to YahuWah. In Jeremiah 51 YHWH declares that He will severely punish Babylon because of their harsh dealing with Israel, thereby revealing Himself as theYHWH of retribution. The same was true of Egypt when they placed the nation ofIsrael under a heavy burden and struck the apple of His eye. When a person is shamefully treated or misjudged, even wrongfully condemned or blamed wheninnocent, it becomes very difficult not to take up our own defense, and leaveour reputation to YahuWah. Yet this is the precise way that He has instructedfor us to respond. Retribution and recompense belong only to him. Vengeance is His, and He promised to repay (Deuteronomy 32:35; 2 Thessalonians 1:8).


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