'Yahowah IS 1'
Yaho-wah and Yaho-shua (YandY) Know Their Own . . .
[ 'YHWH' Hebrew to English, 'Yahowah' in Aramaic ]
[ Yahoshua (in Aramaic, Greek 'Ieesous', English 'Jesus') ]
[ (the German dialects have no "W" sound, so YHWH is rendered 'YH V H' in German) ]
Two Tassels Ministry
One Tassel to remember the Torah Covenant
One Tassel to remember the Refreshed Covenant
Living a Loving and Gracious Life-Style In Both Covenants
Standing Up for the Gospel of the Christ as it is Proclaimed in the Greek Text !
Empowering His Communities
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What is ' Y H W H ' ?
The 'Y H W H' is the English equivalent of the Hebrew four letters making up the name of the God of Israel. Other languages have differing letters corresponding to these Hebrew letters forming His name. What is of importance is that His name is written over 6800 times in the Hebrew Text, which of course is intended to be read out loud to others. In the earliest manuscripts of the Hebrew Text translated into other languages, these same four Hebrew letters are still written, and still intended to be read out loud as the Hebrew sounding name. Thus, no matter which language is used, there is a single name of the Creator of all life, the only God of Israel, and that name is these four Hebrew letters, which He uses for Himself.
God/Elohim [H430] said moreover to Moses: "You shall tell the children of Israel this: YHWH [H3068], the God/Elohim [H430] of your fathers, the God/Elohim [H430] of Abraham, the God/Elohim [H430] of Isaac, and the God/Elohim [H430] of Jacob, has sent me to you.
This is My Name [H8034] forever,
There is only '1' YHWH, and there is only '1' Messiah, who is the resurrected and exalted Yahoshua (in Aramaic, Greek 'Ieesous', English 'Jesus') the Nazarene.
We approach and pray to YHWH through our
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