YaHuWaH or God?

The name or title of “God” or “Lord” is seen throughout all English Bibles. People assume that The Father and Creator of all things is “God” and thus it is perfectly normal to refer to Him as such. It has been so normalized to refer to the Almighty as God that almost everyone who references Him doesn’t think at all to call Him anything other than God. What most people don’t realize however, is that the names of Lord and God have been used to replace the true Name of our Creator.

The Hebrew letters of Yod, Hey, Wah, Hey (יהוה) appear nearly 7000 times in the Bible and is where English translations have replaced this Name of our Creator with Lord or God. For example, Isaiah 42:8 from the KJV reads the following:

“I am the LORD, that is my name: and my glory will I not give to another, neither my praise to graven images.” (Isaiah 42:8)

What is really being stated here is that His Name is Yod, Hey, Wah, Hey, (יהוה) pronounced YaHuWaH, and the glory and honor owed to Him will not be given to another. The replacement of Lord and God for the Name YaHuWaH is in essence giving glory and honor to other deities, and are not merely titles, as we will see. The importance of calling on His real Name is shown in the book of Joel, in which the end times are being prophesied:

“And it shall be that everyone who calls on the Name of YaHuWaH shall be delivered. For on Mount Tsiyon and in Jerusalem there shall be an escape as YaHuWaH has said, and among the remnant whom YaHuWaH calls.” (Joel 2:32)

Joel 2:32 is such an important concept and verse that it is referenced twice later in the New Testament in Acts 2:21 and Romans 10:13. All who call upon His Name shall be delivered and calling on Lord and/or God is literally calling on something or someone else. This is actually quite a big deception that has taken place regarding the cover up of the Father’s Name, and as one studies this subject and really delves into it, many verses will come alive and reveal the great importance of His Name and that we are indeed to call on Him by name. It is actually part of the Ten commandments. From Exodus chapter 20 and the giving of the Ten Commandments:

“You do not bring the Name of YaHuWaH your Elohim to naught, for YaHuWaH does not leave the one unpunished who brings His name to naught.” (Exodus 20:7)

Most English Bibles will present this as not taking the Lord’s name in vain. The Hebrew word where we see “naught” and “vain” is Strongs H 7723 “shav” (שָׁוְא). The definition of shav is: emptiness, vanity, in the sense of desolating, to bring to ruin. Taking His Name in vain, or bringing it to naught, means a number of things but one of those things is to forget it, or obscure it by hiding it. We can’t actually be calling on His Name as we’re told to do in Scripture if His name has been hidden.

One is either sealed by YaHuWaH or marked by the beast. Everyone knows the mark of the beast is in or upon the right hand and/or in or upon the forehead. The book of Revelation tells us one way in which people are sealed by YaHuWaH. In chapter 7 of Revelation 12,000 from each of the twelve tribes are sealed upon their foreheads. Chapter 14 tells us what that seal is:

“And I looked and saw a Lamb standing on Mount Tsiyon , and with him one hundred and forty four thousand, having His Father’s Name written upon their foreheads.” (Rev. 14:1)

The ten commandments are given again in the book of Deuteronomy chapter 5. The very next chapter tells us another way by which YaHuWaH’s people are sealed: by guarding those very commandments:

“And these Words which I am commanding you today shall be in your heart, and you shall impress them upon your children, and shall speak of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise up, and shall bind them as a sign on your hand, and they shall be as frontlets between your eyes.” (Deuteronomy 6:6-8)

The importance of these verses in Deuteronomy, which are reiterated in Deuteronomy 11:18, cannot be overstated. A sign on the hand and as frontlets between the eyes is as symbolic of your works in keeping His commandments and by your faith/belief, a seal in or upon the forehead. The third commandment involves His Divine Name. It should be noted here that Revelation 14:9-11 describes those who have received the mark of the beast and what their fate is. Verse 12 tells us the characteristics of a group who does not receive the mark of the beast:

“Here is the endurance of the set-apart ones, here are those guarding the commandments of YaHuWaH and the faith of Yahushua.” (Rev. 14:12)

And now, the very heart of the matter and the distinction between the Name of YaHuWaH and “God.” From the book of Isaiah in the NASB:

“But as for you who abandon the LORD, who forget my holy mountain, who set a table for Fortune, and fill a jug of mixed wine for Destiny.” (Isaiah 65:11)

In other versions such as the Scriptures and HalleluYah Scriptures, where we see “Fortune” here, it appears as Gad. Also in the Scriptures and HalleluYah Scriptures, we don’t see “LORD,” but instead the tetragrammaton, the divine Name, YaHuWaH. Again, the substitution of His Name with “LORD” or “God.” The Hebrew word/name for “Fortune” from the NASB is Strongs H 1409 “Gad” (גָּד). It is pronounced however, as “gawd” or “god.” Here a distinction is drawn between “God” and YaHuWaH. God/Gad is a Babylonian deity of fortune/money. It is no coincidence that on the back of our money we see the phrase “IN GOD WE TRUST.” Also on the back of the one dollar bill is the quintessential symbol of the beast system/illuminati, the all seeing eye within the capstone of the pyramid. Clearly, when one understands this world system, the God referenced on the back of US fiat currency is not the one true Father and Creator, the mighty One of Israel, but rather the deity of fortune referred to in Isaiah 65:11. Also in Isaiah 65:11, it is worded that they set a table for Fortune/Gad and reject YaHuWaH. Take note of the parallel that Paul writes us in Corinthians:

“You are not able to drink the cup of the Master and the cup of demons, you are not able to partake of the table of the Master and of the table of demons.” (1 Corinthians 10:21)

Also, from the book of Exodus in chapter 23, shortly after the giving of the ten commandments;

“And in all that I have said to you take heed, and make no mention of the name of other mighty ones, let it not be heard from your mouth.” (Exodus 23:13)

There is great deception in the world we live in and this is but one more thing to consider. For more information on this subject, see the excellent presentation below by Mark Manning/Messenger Of The Name entitled “Who is God?”

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