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Awe 11

Awe 11

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Discover what the translators and past generations knew - exactly how to find the maning of each Bible word, inside the Bible itself. Understand also what translators, such as Erasmus and Coverdale, meant when they spoke of the vernacular Bible's holy letters and symbols. See how these God-set alphabet building blocks build a word's meaning and automatically define words for faithful readers of the King James Bible - which alone brings forward the fountain head of letter meanings discovered by computational linguists from the world's leading universities.
Discover what the translators and past generations knew - exactly how to find the maning of each Bible word, inside the Bible itself. Understand also what translators, such as Erasmus and Coverdale, meant when they spoke of the vernacular Bible's holy letters and symbols. See how these God-set alphabet building blocks build a word's meaning and automatically define words for faithful readers of the King James Bible - which alone brings forward the fountain head of letter meanings discovered by computational linguists from the world's leading universities.

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C
HAPTER 11
JJEESSUUSS 
4
JJEEHHOOVVAAHH 
or Yahweh@Yaho.con
AA
nd God spake untoMoses, and said untohim, I am the LORD:And I appeared untoAbraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob, by thename of God Almighty, but by
mmyynnaammee
 
JJEEHHOOVVAAHH
was I notknown to them.”
Exodus 6:2-3
 
 
 
&KDSWHU 
The name of God 
 

is spelled with theHebrew letters
 yod 
,
heh
,
vav
, and 
heh,
read from right toleft and then transliterated into English as JHVH (called theTetragrammaton). In the KJV Old Testament it is translated JEHOVAH’ seven times (
and rendered ‘LORD’ the remainingtimes; see
 New Age Bible Versions
, pp. 373-385)
. Each of theletters of the Hebrew alphabet paints a picture. The lettersin the name of God illustrate the following:
J
=
 jod 
=
  
It suggests a
giving, extending hand’
(Marc-AlainOauknin,
 Mysteries of the Alphabet 
, New York: AbbevillePress, 1999, p. 207).
H
=
heh
=
 
It represents
 
an ‘enclosure,’ like heaven or awindow
(
 Mysteries
, p.191).
V
=
vav
=
  
It symbolizes
 
a nail
(
 Mysteries
, p. 168). A ‘v’ in English isa pictogram of the chiseled end of a nail.
H
=
heh
=
 
The
H
is repeated at the end of the name because
 
“Jesus was risen” and “received up into heaven”again (Mark 16:19).
9
od reached hishand
  
out of the windows of heaven
  
,and we put anail
  
in it; having taken our punishment forsin, he has returned to heaven
  
. The “nail” “pierced”“hands” of Jesus were foretold in Ps. 22:16 and Isa. 22:23-25.
(Dr. Floyd Jones has even suggested that the sign recorded in John 19:19 mighthave been written in Hebrew, “JESUS OF NAZARETHA ND THE KING OF THE JEWS,” creating an acrostic of the name JHVH, as the
vav
for ‘and’ begins the word for King,
melek 
(see Hebrew O.T. Gen. 14:8 for Hebrew form). This could explain why theJews immediately asked Pilate to change it to “he said, I amKing of the Jews” (v. 21).
 
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 
 
<
esus
is a transliteration of the Hebrew ‘Joshua,’ meaning‘JEHOVAH is salvation.’Jesus Christ is shown to be theJ, the
 jod 
 
  
“the arm of the LORD” in Isaiah 53:1-12 and Isaiah 59:16, which says, “therefore his arm broughtsalvation.” Isaiah 63:2, 5 repeats this theme.The

 jod 
, is a picture of an arm and hand, drawn in atiny and compact form. Professor Ouaknin traced the
 jod 
 from pictograms of a praising upright arm and hand, tooutstretched arms, as if on a cross, and finally, to an armand hand reaching down, like the letter 
 <
 
  
reaching likeJesus
  
to rescue perishing mankind 
(
 Mysteries
, pp. 200-207).
 
B
 
In the 19
th
century, as unbelieving German criticsof the Bible were hammering away at the word of God,they tried to refashion God’s name, JEHOVAH. Theyasserted that the God of Israel’s name should be pronounced 
Yahweh
 because, to them, he
 
was nothing morethan an offshoot of the pagan deity “
Yaho.
” Nothing could  be further from the truth.
 
The Jews, who generally did not utter the name of God, had used, but ceased using the name JEHOVAH “centuries before the Christian era” notes the classic scholar’s editionof the
 Encyclopedia Britannica
. It affirms that, “...readingwhat actually stood in the text, they would inevitably pronounce the name Jehovah” (
 Encyclop
 
dia Britannica
, 11
th
 edition (New York: Encyclop
 
dia Britannica, Inc., 1910-11), vol. 15, pp. 311-314, s.v. Jehovah
).
The New Schaff-Herzog  Encyclopedia
admits that in the “older system of transliteration, Jehovah” is the pronunciation
.
It states,“In the Masoretic text the usual form would givethe pronunciation
Yehowah
[pronounced, Jehovah]”

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