Thursday, March 8, 2018

When We Pray, We Need To Know God's Name, Not His Title

"Prayer" by Tasha Beckwith
"Prayer" by Tasha Beckwith
We grew up referring to the Most High as ‘God’ because that’s how the bible labeled Him. Also throughout the Bible, we find frequent use of the term ‘Lord’, perhaps addressing both Father and Son.  
It can be a bit confusing. And we end up not knowing how to pray or who to pray to or the name of the deity who answers prayers. One can only answer when we call their name, right? 
So far, we can agree that Satan’s plan to lead humanity away from the Most High was a crafty one. But it wasn’t absolute. 
Let’s look at some obvious discrepancies.  
Jehovah is listed as ‘God’s’ name. And ‘Jesus’ is listed as His Son’s name. However, both so-called names are incorrect because the letter “J” is only about five hundred years old –becoming common in Modern English in the 17th Century. What’s more, Hebrew language does not contain the letter ‘J’, nor is the ‘J’ sound found in Hebrew. 
With that in mind, we can be sure that when translating scripture from its original Hebrew text, there is no name beginning with the letter ‘J’.
Someone said, “’God’ and ‘Lord’ are perfectly good names for recognizing the Father.”I respectfully disagree. The terms ‘God’ and ‘Lord’ and even ‘Father’ are not names. They are titles. –descriptive nouns that refer to a role or position. 

If someone asks, “Who is He?” Then one could say, “He is God, the Heavenly Father. Or He is the Risen Lord.” Because a title describes ‘who’ a person is. Whereas their name ‘distinguishes them’ as a definite individual entity who holds a title, not to be mistaken for anyone else. ‘Names’are what we answer to.

The question is: What is His name?

Many prayers go unanswered and the covenant unrealized because we don’t know the Most High’s name.
Because he has set his love upon Me, therefore I will deliver him;I will set him on high because he has known My name. He shall call upon Me, and I will answer him; I will be with him in trouble; I will deliver him and honor him. With long life, I will satisfy him, And show him my salvation.  ~Psalm 91:14-16
It’s clear in the above writings that our prayers are answered because we ‘know His name’. And when we ‘call upon YAH’, He will answer us.
Ironically, His name is hidden in plain sight. We’ve said His name many times and didn’t realize it. If you have ever used the term Halleluyah, you said His name. 
Halleluyah (there is no ‘J’ in Hebrew language) means ‘Praise YAH’.
Sing to God, sing praises to His mane; Extol Him who rides on the clouds, By His name YAH, And rejoice before Him.  ~Psalm 68:4 | New King James Version (NKJV)
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May the true seeker of truth find safety in these last days.


  1. I got a personal message from a blog follower, and they were conflicted about the "names": YAH and YAHUSHUA HA MASHIACH and YAHUAH and ELOHIM.

    It's difficult to get into this here because it's so long and drawn out. But I did provide a website that I highly recommend. Their comprehensive study and research are recorded online. If you want to know more about the "names of GOD" mystery, this is a great place to learn.

    Here's the url:

    May YAH bless your journey and open your eyes that you may see behind the veil of deceit.


  2. There's an error in the web address in the above message.

    The url above should be: Click on the link and go straight to the research findings.

  3. I went to the site and you were right. What they found is amazing.

    There was a bible mentioned on their site called the "Cepher" bible. Are you familiar with it. It's supposed to have the correct names of God and some missing books as well.

  4. @Skye - I'm familiar with the Cepher bible. And yes. It has many of the omitted books and the proper names. They didn't have it at bookstores when I checked. But thankfully you can order it through the website.


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