The Third Commandment – Exo 20:7 – “You shall not take the name of Yahuah your God in vain; for Yahuah will not leave unpunished the one who takes His name in vain.
AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH: “I will be Who I will be.”
AHAYAH is a verb (to exist) – it is not a name (noun).
KEY OF KNOWLEDGE: TO KNOW THE IDENTITY OF THE ONE WE WORSHIP
“I am Yahuah your Alahim” – ANOKY YAHUAH ALAHENU – DT. 5:6
Is the Creator’s Name Yahuah or Ahayah?
Shemoth / Exodus 3:14, 15 in the Hebrew tells us YOD-HAY-UAU-HAY is His Name forever throughout all generations, and is the Name found at least 6,823 times in the TaNaK.
The phrase AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH is understood to mean “I will be Who I will be.”
AHAYAH is not used in the phrase as a noun or name, but as a verb meaning “to exist.” In the conversation with Mosheh, Yahuah is telling him He will be Who He is, and He will remain Who He is.
He then reveals the Name by which He will be known forever throughout all generations: Yahuah.
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I don’t know about you, but the social tension/aggression is really growing, especially in the USA.
Recently I watched a video on Youtube produced by Jason A, and it was about street violence. Really shocking stuff, and one guy took a sledge hammer to the car of another guy, then hit the driver of the car in the back with the sledge hammer as the driver tried to run away.
Two days ago I was standing on the sidewalk of a burger joint with my 4-yr old held high in the air and my 10 and 12 yr olds standing there talking to me as we waited for my wife to join us from the car.
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Lots of “believers” claim to have “faith” in God. But very few Believers know what “Faith” means in Hebrew.
FAITH- The Hebrew word for faith is אמונה (emunah – Strong’s #530) and is an action oriented word meaning “support”. This is important because the Western concept of faith places the action on the one you have faith in, such as “faith in God”. But, the Hebrew word אמונהplaces the action on the one who “supports God”. It is not knowing that God will act, but rather I will do what I can to support God. This idea of support for the word emunah can be seen in Exodus 17:12.
Most readers of the Holy Bible think that “having faith” is important, and certainly it is, but what is most important about “faith” is this – In Hebrew, “faith” is an action word, a verb which means “support”. Therefore, when one is faithful to Yahuah, one supports Yahuah, not the other way around. The demand for action is upon the faithful, not on Yahuah. When we “have faith” we exercise faith by doing faithful things, and the only faithful things that matter to Yahuah is keeping His commands.
Because of this, we do not “have faith”, but rather, we act faithfully.
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