Throughout the last one hundred years, sacred namers have run
off in the sparks of their own kindling. It happened to the reformers also.
A catholic theologian told the world the pronunciation was Jehovah. They all
ran with it. In recent times the theologians have told the public the sacred
name is Yahweh (based upon the Greek evidence), as it was in the past, so is
now, and there is no new thing under the sun. So the whole world runs with
What is missing in the name Yahweh? Let's ask the wise owl,
What does he say?
They also run with the name Yahshua, which they spell
they say . What is missing in the name Yahshua? Let us ask again the owl.
What does he say? "Hoo"!!!
The great sacred name is proven by the translation AHAYAH
ASHER AHAYAH in Exodus 3:14 (Three parts), the King James Version renders it
I AM THAT I AM
The New King James renders it I AM WHO I AM. Another translation or
definition or meaning or explanation or interpretation of the name is found
in Revelation 1:4 (notice the marginal reference there). "which is, and
which was, and which is to come" (Three parts). The correct order is in
Revelation 4:8, "which was, and is, and is to come". But the name Yahweh
only has two parts!
In the translation I AM WHO I AM, YAH covers the first part.
And YAH covers the last part or the second "I AM". The Bible name "Dodavah"
(more proper Dodawah) II Chronicles 20:37 means "love of Yah" as pointed out
by Strong. But which part of this name means YAH? The last part "wah"! Thus
YAH and WAH can be used interchangeably and the same meaning is still
preserved. So YAH covers the first "I AM" and WAH covers the last "I AM",
but whats missing? Ask again the wise owl! What does he say? "WHO"! Thats
right! The middle part.
The Hebrew word is ASHER #834. But
which Hebrew word oftentimes has the same meaning as "asher". Ask again the
wise owl! What does he say "huw" #1931. Let me give a couple of quick
examples. Let's take the word "that" as in I AM THAT I AM. In Gen 1:31, "Elohim
saw every thing that (asher) He made, and behold, it was very good." Now Gen
2:12, "And the gold of that (huw) land is good." Now lets do the word "who"
as in I AM WHO I AM. "Behold, Rebekah came out, who(asher) was born to
Bethuel." Gen 24:15. Next, "Now these are the generations of Esau, who(huw)
is Edom." Gen 36:1. See how they can interchange.
We know that "hu" is part of the sacred name because of
Elijah's name in Hebrew see I Kings 17:1 margin (Eliyahu), meaning "my
Elohim is YAHUWAH". Also see I Kings 18:3 margin (Obadiahu), meaning
"servant of YAHUWAH".
A few wise scholars have noticed this element "hu" missing in
the sacred name and have sought to restore it, such scholars as James A.
Montgomery and Sigmund Mowinkle. In the Journal of Biblical Literature Vol.
63 p. 161-163, Montgomery
wrote an article entitled The Hebrew Divine Name and The Personal Pronoun Hu.
Here he refers to what is termed the Deutero-Isaiah where "I am He" is used
as a sort of second hidden translation of YAHU. See Deut. 32:39 marginal
references and Isaiah 41:4 marginal references. The translators of the King
James Version saw this also, and supplied the word he in italics to hint to
us that the sacred name was being referred to, as when the mob came to the
garden of Gethsemane to get the Saviour. YAHUSHUA said "Whom seek ye? They
answered Him, YAHUSHUA of Nazareth. YAHUSHUA saith unto them I am He. And
Judas also, which betrayed Him, stood with them. As soon then as He had said
unto them, I am He, they went backward, and fell to the ground." John 18:5,
See also the other references in the book of John where the
Messiah referred to Himself as the "I am He" of the Old Testament.
"If ye believe not that I am He, ye shall die in your sins."
"When ye have lifted up the Son of man, then ye shall know
that I am He." Jn 8:28
"Before Abraham was, I am." John 8:58 (The I am in
this verse is the same in Gk. for I am He)
"Some said, This is He: others said, He is like Him: but He
said, I am He." 9:9
"Now I tell you before it come, that when it is come to pass,
ye may believe that I am He." John 13:19
Notice also such Biblical names as Abihu "My Father is He",
Elihu "My El is He", and Jehu "Yah is He" some interpret it "He exists".
The Hebrew word for "He" is "Huw" #1931. All of this is
literally telling us that "huw" can interchange with "asher" in the
The Dove also agrees with the Owl, that "hoo" is missing in
the sacred name. This they repeat over and over "hoo, hu, who, huw.
As a matter of fact, it is the natural sound from the
creatures to sound oo instead just o. Hear the coyote howl, do you hear the
oo or o? The cow says moo, not mo. The rooster, likewise make the oo, as in
cockadoodledoo, not the o. Santa Claus is the only one I know of at this
point, that is insisting that it is "ho", this he repeats over and over "ho,
"YAHUWAH's voice crieth unto the city, and the man of wisdom
shall see Thy name: hear ye the rod, and who hath appointed." Micah 6:9
"Ask now the beasts, and they shall teach thee; and the fowls
of the air, and they shall tell thee." Job 12:7
"Who knoweth not in all these that the hand of YAHUWAH hath
"In whose hand is the soul of every living thing, and the
breath of all man kind.
"Doth not the ear try words? and the mouth taste his meat?
"With the ancient is wisdom; and in length of days
understanding." Job 12:9-12
"Elohim hath chosen the foolish things of the world to
confound the wise; and Elohim hath chosen the weak things of the world to
confound the things which are mighty; and base things of the world, and
things which are despised, hath Elohim chosen, yea, and things which are
not, to bring to nought things that are. That no flesh should glory in his
presence.1 Cor 1:28-29
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