A Story Of Belief

Generally, there are two kinds of people in the world: people (Theists) who believe in God/gods and people (Atheists) who don't believe in any god. These two kinds of people have something in common: both don't believe in the God of the Bible.

The Atheists' belief is simple. They just don't believe in any god, and that is it. On the other hand, the Theists' belief is complicated and this is where we need to focus our discussion on. They don't know which god they believe in.

Many of god believers think that they believe in the God of the Bible, but they don't read the Bible. Many read the Bible but are unaware of the changes that occured during translation from the original Hebrew scriptures to the English versions of today. Either the churches don't know or the churches are decieving their own followers. Anyways, the reality is that the faith of the Theists is plagued with major issues that spell the difference between salvation and damnation.

The first time I was taught how to pray the "Lord's Prayer", saying: "holy be your name", I wondered what is the name of the Father? That bit of curiousity remained buried in my heart for years because no one could give the answer. It looked to me like god believers don't know the name. I just remained contented with the explanation that the name is too sacred to be uttered. The teachers gave me the impression that it is even a sin to say the name. Then I learned about the Ten Commandments. The Third Commandment speaks about the name:

Exodus 20:7 Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain; for the LORD will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.

That rekindled the curiousity I had for years. However, the preceding verse does not state the name. "The Lord" is not a name. My curiousity was intensified when I encountered the following verse:

Joel 2:32 And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the name of the LORD shall be delivered: for in mount Zion and in Jerusalem shall be deliverance, as the LORD hath said, and in the remnant whom the LORD shall call.

The name is key to salvation but the verse above does not state the name. Something is wrong, obviously. To make the story short I learned that the name of the Father was written in the original Hebrew scripture but is now hidden by the English phrase, "the Lord." Whatever the purpose of the translation was, it is obviously contradicting the will of the Father. The Father said "you shall not take my name in vain" but the name is hidden to oblivion by replacing the name more than 6,000 time with the phrase "the Lord." The name of our Father in heaven is in Hebrew, pronounced Yahuwah. The name means "giver of life." It is written in my heart now and forever. I call on the name in my prayer of thanksgiving, asking, praise and affirmation. I will replace back in my readings the name Yahuwah everytime I encounter the phrase "the Lord." From this point of discussion the phrase "the Lord" shall be replaced by Yahuwah.

Yahuwah is the "Father" referred to by the following verse:

Matthew 7:21 Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.

The Ten Commandments are the will of the Father. These are the words of His Son whom many God believers put their faith in order to be saved. Unfortunatly, they call Him Jesus Christ. Christ is the son of lucifer. Watch the following video and see what I mean:

Let us align our belief with the will of the God of the Bible. His name is Yahuwah. The name of His Son is Yahuswah, our Saviour.

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