There’s Power In Saying YAH’s Name, Not His Title…

17 Mar

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With being in a personal relationship with YAH, we as Believers should always utilize the true name of God. Over time and with different translations of the Bible the holy name of YAH, was edited to reflect the language and culture therein. With this, God’s true name YAH (Psalm 68:4) has somewhat been lost to us. The scripture however request that we call upon his name when in prayer or in our time of need.

Exodus 3:15 reads, “Moreover God said to Moses, “Thus you shall say to the children of Israel: ‘The Lord God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, has sent me to you. This is My name forever, and this is My memorial to all generations.” Lord is the English substitute for YAH. Even though it is meant in a high regard, this title is not the same as YAH.

Referring to YAH by His title, is the same as calling a male friend man or a female as simply woman. It’s not personal and carries the same meaning for every other human being. Imagine when your boss or others in high regard may have said “No, call me by my first name.” The relationship between the two means so much. The same is for YAH, who has called us into a personal relationship (Acts 17:27).

The Holy Bible states in Psalm 145:18, “The Lord (YAH) is near to all who call upon Him,To all who call upon Him in truth.” The name YAH in our belief in Jesus Christ invokes the Holy Spirit to minister on our behalf. Guiding us into truth, edification, and strengthening our Faith. We have a Father that has given us a specific name to call him by, and when spoken to He will listen.

Not only is YAH the true name of the Most High, but also specifies that the God we pray to is that of the Hebrew Israelites. I ask we all share in the joy that YAH has given us such power and joy, of calling on His personal name in time of need and also in joy! Shalom…

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