Name

name and character…




Rather than being simply an identifier, name and character are synonymous. When the Bible speaks of taking God's name to all the nations, He is not talking about the name itself but the essential qualities of Heaven – His nature, His constitution; His value system; His culture; His health system; His economic and judicial system - on the whole, His Kingdom.


Likewise, the command, or order, charge, instruction and or mandate not to “take” God's name in vain actually means not to represent his “character” in a false, or improper, dishonorable, hypocritical, duplicitous, misleading and or self-serving manner. It is similar to the common expression of "having a good name" which is not about the name itself but the character of the one who possesses that name.


The Names of God used in the Bible act as a roadmap or guideline for learning about the character of God. The names He chooses in Scripture are meant to reveal or disclose; unveil; display; exhibit; show His Glory or True nature; Full weight to us.





the names of God revealed in the bible…





He is The Life...




The Life

The Vine

The Way

The Rock

The Word

The Truth

The Guide

The Amen

The Priest

The Christ

The Savior

The Branch

The Purifier





He is The Refuge...




The Refuge

The Refiner

The Servant

The Ransom

The Teacher

The Day Star

The Sacrifice

The Fountain

The Mediator

The Physician

The Almighty





He is The Deliverer...




The Comforter

The Governor

The Carpenter

The Beginning

The Redeemer

The Dayspring

The Shepherd

The Potentate

The Last Adam

The Deliverer

The First Fruits

The High Priest





He is The Mighty God...




The Gift of God

The Foundation

The Mighty God

The Son of God

The Son of Man

The Son of Mary

The Bridegroom

The Morning Star

The Resurrection

The Cornerstone

The Bread of Life





He is The King of kings...




The Lamb of God

The King of kings

The Lord of lords

The Glory of God

The Son of David

The King of Israel

The Seed of David

The Second Adam

The Root of David

The Anointed One

The Passover Lamb





He is The Prince of Peace...




The Prince of Peace

The Bishop of Souls

The Rose of Sharon

The Good Shepherd

The Friend of Sinners

The Horn of Salvation

The Desire of Nations

The Everlasting Father

The Angel of The Lord

The Light of The Word

The Gate for the Sheep





He is The Head of the Church...




The Head of The Church

The Seed of The Woman

The Consolation of Israel

The Sun of Righteousness

The Son of The Most High

The Wonderful Counsellor

The Ruler of God’s Creation

The Faithful and True Witness

The Lion of The Tribe of Judah

The Author and Perfecter of our Faith





He is The Prophet...




Purifier

Prophet

Propitiation





He is Our Righteousness...




Rabbi

Emmanuel

Our Righteousness





He is The Great I Am...




I am

God

Jesus

Master

Omega

Jehovah

Nazarene





Elohim is the first name...




ELOHIM or Elohay is the first name for God found in the Bible, and it is used throughout the Old Testament. Elohim comes from the Hebrew root meaning "Strength" or "Power, "and has the unusual characteristic of being plural in form.


Throughout The Holy Scriptures, Elohim is combined with other words to describe certain characteristics of God as follows:


Living God ELOHIM CHAIYIM

God of Gods ELOHAYELOHIM

Holy God ELOHIM KEDOSHIM

God of Heights ELOHAY MAROM

God of Justice ELOHAY MISHPAT

God of my Salvation ELOHAY YISHI

God of my Praise ELOHAY TEHILATI

God who is near ELOHAV MIKAROV

God of my Strength ELOHAY MAUZI

God of Forgiveness ELOHAY SELICHOT

God of the Beginning ELOHAY KEDEM





El is another name...




"EL" is another name used for God in the Bible. El is the simple form arising from Elohim, and is often combined with other words for descriptive emphasis as follows:


The One God EL ECHAD

The God of Truth EL EMET

God is with us EMMANU EL

The Great God EL HAGADOL

The Holy God EL HAKADOSH

The God of Israel EL YISRAEL

The Most-High God EL ELYON

The God of Eternity EL OLAM

The Faithful God EL HANE’EMAN

The God of Knowledge EL DE’OT

The God of my Salvation EL YESHUATI

The God of The Heavens EL HASHAMAYIM





YHVH is the hebrew word...




"YHVH" is the Hebrew word that translates as "LORD". YHVH comes from the Hebrew verb "to be" and is the special name that God revealed to Moses at the burning bush. YHVH declares God's absolute being - The Source of everything, Without Beginning and Without End. Although some pronounce YHVH as "Jehovah" or "Yaweh," scholars really don't know the proper pronunciation.

Some examples of YHVH used in the Holy Scriptures:


The Lord God YHVH ELOHIM

The Lord My Banner YHVH NISSI

The Lord of Peace YHVH SHALOM

The Lord Our Maker YHVH O’SAYNU

The Lord who sees/provides YHVH YIREH

The Lord who makes Holy YHVH M’KADESH

The Lord Our Righteousness YHVH TZIDKAYNU


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