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Jehovah י֔י֔הֹוָה

YHWH / YYHWH

Psalms 83:18 That men may know that thou, whose name alone is JEHOVAH, art the most high over all the earth.

 SONG 149

A Victory Song

(Exodus 15:1)

  1. 1. Sing to Jehovah. His great name is highly exalted.

    His proud Egyptian foes, He has cast into the sea.

    Praise Jah Almighty;

    Besides him there can be no other.

    Jehovah is his name;

    He has gained the victory.

    (CHORUS)

    Jehovah God, Most High over all,

    The one who is forevermore the same,

    You soon will cause your enemies to fall

    And sanctify your holy name.

  2. 2. See now all nations Opposing the Sov’reign, Jehovah.

    Though mightier than Pharaoh,

    They too will suffer shame.

    Judgment awaits them;

    They cannot escape Armageddon.

    Soon ev’ryone will know

    That Jehovah is God’s name.

    (CHORUS)

    Jehovah God, Most High over all,

    The one who is forevermore the same,

    You soon will cause your enemies to fall

    And sanctify your holy name.

(See also Ps. 2:2, 9; 92:8; Mal. 3:6; Rev. 16:16.)

In Greek it is IHWH, tying it to the Lord’s name.

I am reintroducing the human family to Our Father, Jehovah, the only true God. There should be no other gods and no other name of God under Heaven. He is Almighty but lowly. He will listen when you talk to him. He is a person like us, but perfect, with unlimited power and ability.

Our Father is warm, funny, loving, and wonderful to know. His dream is to fill the Earth with happy healthy people. And it will happen, His Son shares his vision for people. He believes in it so much He was willing to die to make it happen.

Prophecy

Zechariah 14:9 And the LORD shall be king over all the earth: in that day shall there be one LORD, and his name one.

*** Rbi8 p. 1563 1C The Divine Name in Ancient Greek Versions ***
LXXP. Oxy. VII.1007 renders the divine name by abbreviating the Tetragrammaton in the form of a double Yohdh in Ge 2:8, 18. This vellum leaf, dated to the third century C.E., was published in The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, Part VII, edited with translations and notes by Arthur S. Hunt, London, 1910, pp. 1, 2.

Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania, Watchtower Library

As seen on the Mesha Stele (YYHWH). The Mesha Stele (also known as the “Moabite Stone”) is a stele (inscribed stone) set up around 840 BCE by King Mesha of Moab (a kingdom located in modern Jordan).

Exif JPEG

Modern English Jesus derives from Early Middle English Iesu (attested from the 12th century). The name participated in the Great Vowel Shift in late Middle English (15th century). The letter J was first distinguished from ‘I’ by the Frenchman Pierre Ramus in the 16th century, but did not become common in Modern English until the 17th century, so that early 17th century works such as the first edition of the King James Version of the Bible (1611) continued to print the name with an I.

From the Latin, the English language takes the forms “Jesus” (from the nominative form), and “Jesu” (from the vocative and oblique forms). “Jesus” is the predominantly used form, while “Jesu” lingers in some more archaic texts.

Over the past 2000 years, His name changed from Hebrew and Aramaic “Yeshua” to the modern English “Jesus” (pronounced as: Geezus).

The j sound in English is an example of a palatal consonant, while the y sound in English (akin to the j sound in many other languages) is an example of a palatal approximant. In the former case (palatal consonant), the tongue is raised and flattened to touch the palate while in the latter case (palatal approximant) it does not touch the palate completely, allowing air to flow between the palate and the tongue.

While the modern Latin script has the letter j, Latin itself did not use j to start with and did not have a well-defined palatal consonant sound. Words like Iapheth, Iesus, Ieremiah, etc. were meant to be pronounced starting with a palatal approximant. In due course, due to natural phonological evolution, they began to be pronounced with a palatal consonant in certain Roman colonies. This gave rise to the need for distinction between the two sounds in writing. The letter j, which was really special cursive form of i became the symbol for this distinct new sound.

The Hebrew letter vav

Most scholars agree that the ancient pronunciation of the letter was more like a “W” and less like the “V” that it currently represents in the Modern Hebrew language.

Thank you to: http://www.hebrewtoday.com/content/hebrew-alphabet-letter-vav-%D7%95

Now let’s put all that together.

Jehovah as it’s spelled. It’s a name with deep meaning, don’t mess with it. Listen to the song above for pronunciation.  They are expert singers.

Jeshu pronounced Yeshu

Jeshu has told you how much He loves you by dying for you in the flesh. But look! He is alive again, and once again living His parallel existence with Our Father.

I have had a vision of Jeshu and the 144,000 gathered in sight of the Earth. Just so you know, it is a joyful time and it is a serious time.

From God,

“I am a person, my love is what I am”.

It was with the kind voice of a loving father that he told me these words.

Whenever I ask God what to say to someone or to the world, the answer is always the same.

“Tell them I love them”.

Thank you for listening,
With love,
Tiffany

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tiffany@meshikhi.org