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The Name of the Creator: YHWH

Isaiah 52:6 "Therefore my people shall know my name"

Exodus 3:14 "Thus shall you say to the children of Yisrael, I Will Be has sent me to you, And Elohim said also to Moses, thus shall you say to the children of Yisrael, YHWH Elohim of your fathers, the Elohim of Abraham, the Elohim of Isaac, and the Elohim of Jacob has sent me to you, this is my name forever and this is my memorial unto all generations"

John 17:26 "And I have declared to them your name, and will declare it, that the love with which you have loved me may be in them, and I in them"



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Information



1st I will say, since I've gotten false accusations about this, and as well I want to make it clear I am not like some groups who are behaving in certain ways, I do not discriminate against people who pronounce the name of our Elohim a different way than I have come to use, but instead I am always very happy to see people loving his name, being closer to him, and trying their best.
 How can I condemn someone for such a thing when YHWH has separated from mankind and we have a bit of uncertainty surrounding his name and the ancient pronunciations of Hebrew.
  Do not follow the example of those who decide they're 100% correct without actually basing it on any evidence, and then go off and attack others.


I understand the course of different people's studies can lead them to slightly different pronunciations, and as individuals study they may end up at a different conclusion when new information is realized, I've watched this among my acquaintances.


Even today, think of your personal name, and how there are plenty of people who may say your name differently, but in innocence.
 It's understandable, and you shouldn't condemn them and attack them, especially since you almost certainly do the same thing.

Plenty of us even are unsure of the standard pronunciation of words in our own languages, and may say them differently not knowing for sure, and I know that I sometimes find myself totally unsure of how to pronounce a foreign name.
 These certain things are understandable, as long as it's pure and innocent things like this.

I want you to think about all of the parents out there who have sweet children that they love, their children usually take many years before they ever come close to saying their parents name correctly, but do those parents make a big deal out of it? Desiring that the child be strongly disciplined over it?

They do not, but usually just gracefully continue to love the child and work with it teaching it over the years as it matures.
 These parents see the heart of their child.



Now, it would be a totally different situation if the parent instructed the child to call it a name, then the child disrespectfully disagreed to do such, and refused.
 Imagine if that disrespectful child refused and then instead and called the parent weird things, that the parent actually told that child to not call the parent, but the child says no and that they will  call the parent whatever they want to and disregard their instruction.
 Also even further teaches others to do the same things and leads them to call the parent by those things.


Let us have pure hearts, and real love for YHWH, and be doing our best, so we can be his children, even if we're not perfect in everything.






So as I've shared that there is a side of doing the above in innocence, there is another side that is not doing the above in innocence, but having a spirit of not caring and putting little importance on the great name of YHWH, and just a lack of care for the truth.

I am troubled to see people honoring the wicked commandments of men to call YHWH "the LORD" and to be hostile against those who love and use his name.
 Those following these traditions are also helping to hide knowledge and truth, it helps confuse certain things in the Bible and can help promote other traditions and doctrines of men, such as trinity doctrines for example.


I do not rebuke strongly anyone however if I notice they call him "lord", since 1st off just from witnessing a person call YHWH "Lord" once does not give you enough information about that person to judge their behavior, and also, you can call YHWH Lord, he is a lord and the true lord. His people in the Bible sometimes call him Lord, and sometimes "Lord YHWH".
 
Also, I don't do such because that person may not yet be aware of the cover-up of the most set-apart/holy name in existence, and to behave that way to them at that point is counter-productive and can be to their detriment.
 Instead I hope to try to make it known to them that the name of YHWH has been hidden from us, and hope they are happy and thankful to be made aware of such a great thing, I also like to try and fit in the problems that can arise with only calling him Lord and nothing else.


I am hoping to get across to others that we should make it a point to be more specific in our speech for the sake of others.
 We ourselves may know better, but others who have been drowned in the lies of the world may not know better yet.
 Now, I am not saying to make this in itself into a commandment and a rule, but use your good judgment.






In the past, it was a heathen tradition for some to not speak the name of their idols and mighty ones that they worshiped and served, only the heathen priests were allowed to utter the name and everyone else used titles such as "ba'al" which means lord/master in place of the name.

This heathen practice/tradition/law has been brought into the worship of YHWH, even though he commanded his people to not do so;

Deuteronomy 12:29 "When YHWH your Elohim cuts off before you the nations whom you go in to dispossess, and you dispossess them and dwell in their land, take care that you be not ensnared to follow them, after they have been destroyed before you, and that you do not inquire about their elohim, saying, ‘How did these nations serve their elohim that I also may do the same?'."



Also important to note is inside of the Babylonian Talmud(The doctrines of the pharisees which is today called "Judaism"), there are teachings from men instructing others to follow this practice of never speaking the name of YHWH, and even goes as far to say you can be damned for saying it!
 There are many today who are following such instructions of men inside of the Talmud instead of following YHWH, and they take these commandments of men very seriously, and promote them. 

All of the modern popular English Bibles have chosen and gotten away with deleting the sacred name of our creator, and basically lie in their version of the Bible by replacing YHWH with "the LORD".

YHWH is the personal name of the creator of the heavens and the earth, and it does not mean "Lord".
 For those of you who know of the King James Version of the English Bible, originally it did not follow this tradition of lying about the name of YHWH, but actually attempted to include YHWH's name, though the modern King James Versions are not the actual KJV, and have had alterations such as the name being removed and hidden from this generation's eyes.






Please do not be one that misrepresents me, and twists my words saying that I am accusing those who call YHWH by the title "Lord" that they are worshiping a different and false elohim, or that you can never say YHWH is the or a Lord.
 Rather, know that I only am pointing out this is a heathen tradition and commandment that goes against YHWH's instructions and most English speakers are unknowingly following it since they are not even aware that the creator has a personal name that he revealed.
 They're not aware because this tradition has been followed to the point the generations have only known the tradition in their life and nothing else.
 
YHWH's name appears nearly 7000 times just counting the "old testament".. That in itself shows almost 7000 deliberate mistranslations.
 We are missing out on a great blessing by following this tradition of men.











There is something very counter-productive that you may encounter among some who've learned the truth about the names, those who know the truth on the names sometimes start right away rebuking too strongly others who say "lord" or "god", when they should have simply mentioned some truth on the matter that they've been blessed with and went from there, before jumping into heavy rebukes and accusations, since this causes the average typical person to become defensive and take on a self-destructive mindset.

Multiple people are also accusing that they're worshiping false heathen idols, which I do not find to be the case if they had not yet gained the knowledge on the names!
 They're being accused of that but they know that they're not worshiping a pagan elohim and it is the same elohim that you worship, so this sets up their mind to fight them off as they are obviously being blind to something, and it's not productive or helpful.

I will say though it IS true that they're looking identical to the heathen of the past, and that is something no one should want.


Please do not do these things, where you would attack others loudly and forcefully in words over things they've not learned yet, just because you have learned something.
 You are not high over those people who are in ignorance, those people who are in the same position you likely yourself was in at 1 point.

If you desire to enlighten someone then do it in a humble and caring manner like they are someone whom you truly love and care about very much, and have this attitude with all things you try to share with others.
 Though don't be blind, and need rebuked yourself, because you're trying to force everyone to repent into doing exactly what you want and tell them to do, not based on the Law and instructions of YHWH.

This is a big issue in the world with teaching truth and righteousness, people are turning or staying blind, arrogant, and controlling.
 YHWH is the one to control us, remain humble and teach people to obey YHWH, not you.
 I softened my heart to YHWH, and this is why I avoid the things he may not be pleased with, if some man came yelling at another while they were in ignorance still, that is just temptation to them to harden their heart even more, and become more stuck in darkness.
 So those groups are like serving themselves in pride.
They're not really going to be able to help people as much as they could, but can push them away to the point they learn to avoid anyone that resembles you, sort of like when a dog is beaten by a male and then it develops a fear of all males to where it avoids them and no longer opens up to them.


I hate the "I'm right and you're wrong" spirit of blindness that is polluting everything.
 Now in many cases one person is of course right and the other is wrong in something, and they try to convince the other and that in itself is of course not wrong, but the bad spirit is those doing this in pride, teaching for their own gain and pleasure, not for the gain and pleasure of others, so if you sense such a spirit in you, do your best to remove it.
 If you are unsure if you have such a spirit in you, then ask yourself can you admit when you're wrong, and will you even admit it to the other person with no problem, and even be thankful?       
 When you're challenged in anything do you sense your mind going blind as you just retaliate back to stay "right", and "win" this interaction?
 If you can't ever see that happening where you're honest with yourself and the other person, and you will do whatever you can to prevent that from happening, then you have a deadly problem, and it needs to be removed from your heart.


Moving on now.




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The Most Set Apart Name in existence



In the bible, the name of the Father, YHWH, first appears in Genesis 2:4, and is usually always intentionally mistranslated to "the LORD" by translators.

At Genesis 6:5 in the King James Version his name is even mistranslated to "GOD", so that shows how little importance the translators have put on the set apart name of the creator to translate it as two different wrong things that early in the Bible, it leaves you to also wonder what else have they mistranslated without caring.



YHWH occurs in what most call "the old testament" about 6824 times.

It is unknown to the modern world how many times it occurred in what we know as "the new testament" because it has been completely removed and covered over in the popular modern Greek texts that we use and the original writings are lost(lost to the public anyway).

We however do know of some spots that it used to occur in the Greek, and some very old Greek documents have been found which showed they contained his name and it was held in such high regard by the scribes they did not write it in Greek but wrote it in Paleo-Hebrew! 



Unless we have some rare knowledge, We can not say that we know how to say the name of our heavenly father for 100% certain, and this is partly due to the wicked traditions of men trying to cover up the real name of our creator.

Most people in the world believe the name was forgotten, however there is actually much information that can be dug up which testifies that the name was never really forgotten and also that the name used was YAHUAH, (pronounced Yah-hoo-ah).
You may also see it spelled YAHUWAH.




The majority of the world thinks our creator's name is "the LORD", without ever realizing Lord is a title and not a personal name, and they also never wonder why the creator's name would be an english word "lord".
(Your name does not change based on any person's language.)

Many Bibles even clearly say in their preface area, or in a page note, that they lied in their translation and hid our Father's set apart name from you. 


There is a great difference between a title and a personal name, there are many people out there falsely saying our Elohim has many names, and even books sold that supposedly compile the many names of our Elohim together and tell you their meanings.

However it should be obvious if you read the scriptures that our Elohim only has ONE set-apart name, and it appears almost 7000 times in the Hebrew "old testament" alone! 



There are certain modern Christians who seems to be offended at the name of our creator and true name of his Messiah and they say to those who seek the names "Oh you are part of the sacred name movement" as if it was a bad thing to want to seek and call on the name that was given for a memorial to all generations.

So to the people like that who attack and ridicule and want you to just say LORD and turn your brain off, they are surely part of the "false name movement", which I recommend you take no part of since it is a movement that teaches to reject knowledge and truth and blindly follow sheep off of a cliff.


I have also been personally attacked before for saying YAHUAH instead of "The LORD" and a modern Christian man tried to discredit all that I was sharing among some Christian people by ignoring everything I said, focusing on the sacred name of YHWH, and saying I am "obviously weird" for using Hebrew names when "we do not have to", but the thing I have heard most and will probably continue hearing occasionally from those who for some reason get offended and mad at my use of and honoring of the name of my Father, is that they "are not Hebrew". 

So they don't want any part of YHWH's name because they are not Hebrew and do not speak Hebrew, but personal names are not translated and your name is the same in every language, if your name is moomoo and you speak English, then people who speak Icelandic is not, and should not, call you something else.
That would be rude, confusing, and offensive to you if they did that.
Also the same people saying this, use many Hebrew words and names, one that stands out is Satan.
Satan is Hebrew and it was not translated or hidden at all.
So they have no problem saying Satan, they just have a problem saying and hearing YHWH, which when you think about it says a lot.


I also hear much of the same when I say Yahushua instead of "Jesus", and people who I didn't even say anything to about the name and they had only just heard me use it, will make it a point to tell me they are not saying Yahushua because they are not Hebrew or don't speak Hebrew.. And once again, they usually do not speak Greek/Latin/Spanish, yet they use the name "Je'sus".
In their hasty stiff-necked prideful attitudes, they are being very hypocritical without realizing.

I shared this with you since if you try to share this information, you may be happy and excited over it, but some in the world.. will try to step on you for it.











I have been falsely accused a few times that I am saying you MUST use the name of our father YAHUAH and the name of his Messiah Yahushua, when I have never once said such.

People that do not even know me have accused me of that simply from me just using their names.
I do however encourage the people I know to avoid calling YHWH "the lord" to me and to make a clear difference between who they are talking about, instead of being like the majority of modern Christians who just call everyone lord making it difficult at times to really know if they are talking about our creator and Elohim YHWH, or his Messiah who is also called lord/master.







 


Our creator's name was first written in Paleo-Hebrew(Ancient Hebrew), I will show you what it looks like, you read it from right to left;
        
http://yahuwah.net/myPictures/Paleo%20Father%2096.jpg

Along Yisrael's past somewhere they switched their alphabet to the modern Hebrew that is used today, though even after they switched to the new alphabet many people still chose to write YAH's name in paleo-Hebrew letters and can be seen in some old copies of scripture.


It is a tradition to cover up YHWH's sacred name with titles like Adonai (literally "my lords"), Elohim/God, Ha'shem (literally means "the name").
This tradition of course does not come from the scriptures that puts significant importance on YHWH's name and even say those who call on the name of YHWH will be delivered/saved, but it comes from writings of men inside of the Babylonian Talmud which men in Judaism follow.

The Talmud states that it is forbidden to read YHWH's name because he that pronounces the name as it is written has no portion in the world to come, so therefore it must be read as if it was written Adonai(Lord).
It is also said this was once enforced by punishment of death.
 

So IF what the writings of men inside the Talmud teaches is true, then many people have been damned for using the name which our father gave them to love and glorify, this would even include people like Moses, King David, and even the Messiah who proclaimed his father's name.
In fact the Messiah could have been persecuted for his use of the sacred name because it seems this tradition could have been around in his time even.

This unrighteous tradition is why we have trouble knowing where YHWH's name is written in the Greek and English scriptures, this also confuses people as to who is being talked about because modern Christians call YHWH "the lord" and they also call
Yahushua the Messiah "the lord", so you can't help but be confused at who is being talked about.

Modern Christian teachers do not even care or think about this confusion since many of them teach the "holy trinity" theory as fact saying YHWH is his own son, when that is not taught in the Bible.


So I recommend that you no longer use the title "the lord" where it could cause confusion to others, it's so simple, but simply using "Father" for our Elohim and creator, and "Messiah" for Yahushua his son, clears up so much unnecessary confusion.



There are many places in the "New Testament" that quotes the "Old testament", and from these quotes we have the evidence that the sacred name YHWH has been covered over with "the lord" in the New Testament completely.
Many of the verses you have to use your best judgment to guess who is being talked about, and the verses that say Elohim we know are most likely talking about YHWH.


Now I will quickly mention, while I do not cover up the name of our Father, if I am writing a note out on a paper, or something that I don't intend on keeping forever and may throw away, I usually do not put his name on it because I fear dishonoring it.
I will sometimes write something else as a place holder, knowing that "the name" goes there, such as "el".













The most common false name of the creator that is taught is Jehovah, this name is not only wrong, but impossible since it contains the modern English letter J.
(J is a newer letter to the English alphabet and actually made a Y sound originally, modern people mispronouncing Jehovah with the modern J sound is how we come to this name.)

Also it contains a V sound which is said to have not been in the original Hebrew but is a newer addition to the Hebrew language.


Also, even if we fix this name to Yehowah from knowing what I have just shared, it's critical to know this pronunciation comes from people reading false vowel points around the name in the Hebrew Masoretic text, these vowel points tell you how to pronounce the Hebrew letters, but the vowel points were those of Adonai to remind the reader to say Adonai instead to follow their wicked tradition.
So the people have based this name from the wrong information, and it's likely it's not the correct way to say it since these people did not want anyone to say it, so they probably would not tell you exactly how to say it.















Probably the most well known pronunciation of the Father's name is Yahweh.
Many study into the name and are confident in "Yahweh".

"Yahu" is all over hundreds of Hebrew peoples names in the bible, and this is something brought up by those who are trying to support the pronunciations that have yahu in them, such as Yahuah, like I use.

The argument used by them sticking to "Yahweh" in defense to this is they say that the yahu all over names just means "Yah he is", since hu in Hebrew means he/he is, which is a possibility, for example those using "Yahweh" understand EliYahu(Elijah) to be meaning "Yah he is my Elohim".
But if the hu does not mean he/heis, then Eliyahu means
"My Elohim is Yahu".

Though the word order may also be evidence that it is not correct to understand it as "he is".


I personally feel like I can not deny that Yahu is part of the fathers name because names like Yahuda(commonly spelled as Judah with english speakers) to me does not make sense if you say the hu in Yahu means he is, the da comes from the Hebrew word Yadah which mainly has to do with raising your hand, like in praise and worship, also it could mean acknowledge.
So saying he is acknowledge or he is lift your hands in praise, doesn't seem to fit right to me, though maybe someone out there has a way to explain this.



There are also ancient people who give us examples of how they pronounced the name, and one such case is old native americans who were thought to be hebrews, they pronounced YHWH with 3 syllables instead of 2.




Another thing which leads me to not lean away from the yahweh pronunciation is because the Hebrew letter yod (Looks like this י ) can make YAH by itself and it seems uncharacteristic of Hebrew to put the letter heh (ה) in there in front of other letters.

It is said the Hebrew letter yod was originally called yad(pronounced yahd), yad is also the Hebrew word for hand.


If you want to just write YAH, you do have the heh after the yod like this; יה
But it is not needed when it is in front of other letters, an example is the Hebrew word Yashar which means upright and you pronounce it (Yah-Shahr), it is spelled ישר
So notice how the yah sound in yashar does not require the Hebrew letter heh (ה).

Also I mentioned above the Hebrew word for hand is yad(pronounced yahd), it is spelled יד
So notice it does not use the Hebrew letter heh(ה) either to make the yah sound.


I am researching how many Hebrew words and names actually have the yod and heh in the beginning of them and they read it as yah without using the heh in the rest of the word, and in the strongs dictionary, I found only 1 which is someone's name H3056 Yahdai, and this occurs only 1 time in the Bible at 1 Chronicles 2:47.

I plan on researching more in a standard Hebrew dictionary, to show how rare it is.

This however is not solid proof, it is just an observation I am working on that may be evidence.





I will later try to go over the meaning of the name.






Here is a video a man has done on the name of YHWH and how he came to conclude it was Yahuah. He shares good information to consider; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMWE7yJA4fY&list=PLECC58639B7148412&context=C3d15566ADOEgsToPDskJVK50GXnibBfi9_2R9hDA1





The man in the above video made the point to mention all of the names of people inside of the Bible that have part of our heavenly Father's name in them, such as Yahuda, and EliYahu.

I am just starting this project so I need time to work on it, it is still worth mentioning already.

137 different names have YAH in them.(I am not sure yet if this actually means 137 end with YAH, and that there may be more if you count those that begin with it, I just got this statistic from the guy above.)

72 end with Yahu.

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Finally I want to mention another point that I am going to expand on with information. Looking to the past and peoples names we find the pronunciation YAHU on many peoples names where now in modern time they have changed their names to hide it.
It seems those in Judaism know more than they want the "goyim" to know.



This web page may contain useful information;
 http://www.yourarmstoisrael.org/Articles_new/articles/?page=the_lame_name_excuse










The shortened version of the father's name, YAH, appears in the Hebrew bible 49 times, most of these occurrences are inside the book of Psalms.
24 of these occurrences are halelu YAH.
(you may recognize this better written as hallelujah)

YAH is H3050 in the Strong's Concordance and every occurrence can be seen from this link;
.http://www.blueletterbible.org/lang/lexicon/lexicon.cfm?Strongs=H3050&t=KJV.








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Common Objections


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Misconceptions




There is a misconception popular in modern Christianity that our creator has many names.

It is a teaching that is still popular, and books have even been sold about "the many names of god".
This has some sort of market/entertainment value to modern Christians, though it is something to be corrected, since if you have any knowledge of the scriptures you will know Elohim has one name and if you say otherwise then you are going against what YHWH himself has said to us.
This false teaching is also causing his holy and powerful name to be even more hidden from the minds of the people.
The many things which modern Christians are calling names are actually titles.
Take yourself for example, you most likely have a personal name, and if you don't then I will name you ElliYah.
Now, if someone gives you a title(example: assistant, professor, doctor, commander, chef, elder, teacher..), or calls you something like "awesome", those things do not change or replace your personal name. This should be obvious.

In the entire bible, the only name ever mentioned for the creator is YHWH.

You learn his eternal name at the beginning of the bible, so this misconception would die down if people would just take the time to read and try to comprehend the Bible.



In the 1st day of reading a bible, you can get to this scriptures where YHWH states his name, and says it is his name forever and his memorial unto all generations;
Exodus 3:14 "Thus shall you say to the children of Yisrael, I Will Be has sent me to you, And Elohim said also to Moses, thus shall you say to the children of Yisrael, YHWH Elohim of your fathers, the Elohim of Abraham, the Elohim of Isaac, and the Elohim of Jacob has sent me to you, this is my name forever and this is my memorial unto all generations"


His name is used about 7000 times to refer to him throughout the "old testament", and 1st appears at Genesis 2:4, which is the beginning of the Bible.



Here it makes mention of the name of the creator, and notice it doesn't say "names";
Genesis 4:26 "To Seth also a son was born, and he called his name Enosh. At that time people began to call upon the name of YHWH"


Also here the Messiah says name and not "names";

Matthew 6:9 "Our Father who is in the heavens, let the name of you be hallowed"




Also YHWH has commanded us we shall not take his name YHWH for vanity/futility, that means pointless, useless, worthless.

He said that he will hold everyone accountable that does such, now, for all of the titles people are claiming to be names, it would make it quite a task to hallow all of those names and treat them with as much honor and respect as YHWH's name deserves, so this as well may change how you look at the titles being called "names".

What about those false elohim who are called by some of the same titles such as "god", etc.. I will expand later.









There is a misconception in Islam that allah is the perfect name of the creator, though Allah: אלה, is not a personal name, it is a word, and in old civilizations this word has been applied to other false deities, just like god and elohim which are words and can be applied to any false diety.
In Aramaic those speakers used "ellah" which is the same word as "allah"
YHWH is a personal name, and has not been applied to anyone other than our true father and creator.









There is another misconception that no one knew the name of YHWH until Moses was told it.

I will get to this later when I find time. The key is knowing the scripture people get this from, could also be reworked to be a question, and scriptures in Genesis tell us people knew his name before Moses, so it's more likely it was a question.





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Scriptures




Exodus 20:7 "You shall not take the name of YHWH your Elohim for vanity, for YHWH will not hold him guiltless that takes his name for vanity"



Leviticus 18:21 "And You shall not let any of your seed pass through the fire to Molech, neither shall you profane the name of your Elohim, I am YHWH"

Leviticus 24:10 "And the son of a Yisraelite woman, whose father was an Egyptian, went out among the children of Yisrael and this son of the Yisraelite woman, and a man of Yisrael strove together in the camp, And the Yisraelite woman's son blasphemed the name of YHWH, and belittled the name. And they brought him to Moses. (His mother's name was Shelomith, the daughter of Dibri, of the tribe of Dan) And they put him in ward, that the mind of YHWH might be showed them. Then YHWH said to Moses, Bring forth the reviler outside of the camp and let all that heard him lay their hands on his head, and let all the congregation stone him"

Leviticus 24:15 "And you shall speak to the children of Yisrael, saying, Whoever curses his Elohim shall bear his sin, and he that blasphemes the name of YHWH, he shall surely be put to death, and all the congregation shall certainly stone him, as well the stranger as he that is born in the land when he blasphemes the name of YHWH, shall be put to death"



1 Kings 18:21 "EliYahu went before the people and said, How long will you waver between two opinions? If YHWH is Elohim, follow him, but if Baal(lord) is Elohim, follow him. But the people said nothing"






Psalm 68:4 "Sing to Elohim, sing praises to His name, Extol Him who rides on the clouds, by His name YAH, and rejoice before Him"





"gad/god" is the name of a pagan false elohim;
Isaiah 65:11 "But as for you who forsake YHWH and forget my holy mountain, who spread a table for Gad, and fill bowls of mixed wine for Minni, I will destine you for the sword, and you will all bend down for the slaughter. For I called but you did not answer, I spoke but you did not listen. You did evil in my sight and chose what displeases me"


Jeremiah 23:26 "How long shall this be in the heart of the prophets that prophesy lies, yeah they are prophets of the deceit of their own heart which think to cause my people to forget my name by their dreams which they tell every man to his neighbor as their fathers have forgotten my name for 'Lord'."

Jeremiah 23:27 "Which think to cause my people to forget my name by their dreams which they tell every man to his neighbor, as their fathers have forgotten my name for Baal"




Some have pointed out this is a mistranslation probably and it should have been asked as a question since the scriptures show people had always known his name, such as Genesis ___ where it says men began to call on the name, Abraham named a place YHWH-Yireh, and as well the son of Yisrael, Yahuda, has his name on it, I will go over this more soon!;
Exodus 6:2 "Elohim also said to Moses, I am YHWH, I appeared to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob as El Shaddai, but by my name YHWH I did not make myself known to them"


Zechariah 6:11 "Take silver and gold and make a crown and set it on the head of Yahushua the son of yahuzadak the high priest and say to him, Thus says YHWH of hosts, BEHOLD the man whose NAME is the BRANCH"

Proverbs 30:4 "Who has ascended into heaven, or descended? Who has gathered the wind in his fists? Who has bound the waters in a garment? Who established all the ends of the earth? What is His name, and what is his son's name, if you know?"

Malachi 2:1 "And now O you priests this commandment is for you, If you will not hear, and if you will not lay it to heart, to give glory to my name, says YHWH of hosts, I will even send a curse on you, and I will curse your blessings, yes, I have cursed them already, because you do not lay it to heart, Behold, I will corrupt your seed, and spread dung on your faces, even the dung of your solemn feasts, and one shall take you away with it"


Isaiah 42:8 "I am YHWH, that is my name"

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1 Kings 18:20 "So Ahab sent to all the children of Yisrael and gathered the prophets together to mount Carmel, And EliYahu came to all the people and said, How long halt you between two opinions? if YHWH be Elohim follow him, but if 'the lord', then follow him, And the people answered him not a word, Then said EliYahu to the people, I even I only remain a prophet of YHWH but 'the lord's' prophets are four hundred and fifty men, Let them therefore give us two bullocks and let them choose one bullock for themselves and cut it in pieces and lay it on wood and put no fire under, and I will dress the other bullock and lay it on wood, and put no fire under, And call you on the name of your elohim, and I will call on the name of YHWH, and the elohim that answers by fire, let him be Elohim, And all the people answered and said, It is well spoken.

And EliYahu said to the prophets of 'the lord', Choose you one bullock for yourselves, and dress it first, for you are many, and call on the name of your elohim, but put no fire under, And they took the bullock which was given them, and they dressed it, and called on the name of 'the lord' from morning even until noon, saying to 'the lord', answer us, But there was no voice, nor any that answered, And they leaped on the altar which was made, And it came to pass at noon that EliYahu mocked them and said, Cry aloud for that elohim, either he is talking, or he is pursuing, or he is in a journey, or perhaps he sleeps and must be awaked, And they cried aloud and cut themselves after their manner with knives and lancets till the blood gushed out on them, And it came to pass, when midday was past, and they prophesied until the time of the offering of the evening sacrifice, that there was neither voice, nor any to answer, nor any that regarded.

And EliYahu said to all the people, Come near to me, And all the people came near to him, And he repaired the altar of YHWH that was broken down, And EliYahu took twelve stones according to the number of the tribes of the sons of Jacob to whom the word of YHWH came saying, Yisrael shall be your name, And with the stones he built an altar in the name of YHWH and he made a trench about the altar as great as would contain two measures of seed, And he put the wood in order, and cut the bullock in pieces, and laid him on the wood, and said, Fill four barrels with water and pour it on the burnt sacrifice and on the wood, And he said, Do it the second time, And they did it the second time, And he said, Do it the third time, And they did it the third time, And the water ran round about the altar, and he filled the trench also with water.

And it came to pass at the time of the offering of the evening sacrifice, that EliYahu the prophet came near and said, YHWH Elohim of Abraham, Isaac, and of Yisrael, let it be known this day that you are Elohim in Yisrael, and that I am your servant, and that I have done all these things at your word, Hear me O YHWH, hear me that this people may know that you are YHWH Elohim, and that you have turned their heart back again, Then the fire of YHWH fell, and consumed the burnt sacrifice, and the wood, and the stones, and the dust, and licked up the water that was in the trench, And when all the people saw it they fell on their faces and they said, YHWH he is the Elohim, YHWH he is the Elohim, And EliYahu said to them, Take the prophets of 'the lord', let not one of them escape, And they took them and EliYahu brought them down to the brook Kishon and slew them there"
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There will probably be some who try and say ba'al means husband and not lord, since in modern Hebrew they call husbands ba'al. However we have words from YAH himself that contradict any who would say that. In Hebrew to call someone your husband you simply call them your man, to call someone your wife you simply call them your woman. Here is the verse, he says we shall call him my husband and no longer call him my lord, so obviously he is not saying we will call him my husband and no longer call him my husband...;
Hosea 2:16 "And it shall be at that day, says YHWH, that you shall call me ishi, and shall call me no more ba'ali"


Psalm 68:4 "Sing to Elohim, sing praises to His name, Extol Him who rides on the clouds, by His name YAH, and rejoice before Him"



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