MOSES
Pronunciation: HAYAH - Meaning of HAYAH: I AM

I AM. HAYAH. Moses, as deliverer from bondage, had to discover, and then convey to the Israelites, the Source of his marching orders and instructions. We can now learn that the same I AM, as revealed to Moses, is also the source of our own marching orders and Source of Life.

YHWH
Pronunciation: HA SHEM - Meaning of HA SHEM: The Name, Nature, or Character of GOD

YHWH. Jehovah. YHWH Shalom. El Shaddai. YHWH Tzidkenu. Jehovah Nissi. GOD. YHWH Rapha. Wow! So many names. So many titles. What does it all mean? The purpose of this article is to explore the Names, and Nature those names represent, of Our Father, which art in Heaven.

ABRAM
Pronunciation: IVREE - Meaning of IVREE: To be HEBREW; To CROSS over

Abram was the first in scripture to be called 'Hebrew'. Why? What does it mean? Is it only referring to the lineage that Abram descended from? Or, is there an understanding of this discriptive term that also applies to us, as Believers In Christ? This writing explores this concept.

Hebrew word TORAH means teachings
Pronunciation: TORAH - Meaning of TORAH: Teachings

The Hope and Purpose of this writing is to communicate to the reader that the Life we have in Christ is a Gift of Spirit, and cannot in any form be acquired, or enhanced, or secured or preserved by any efforts of our carnal thinking. The Spirit of God is the Gift of God.

Hebrew word BEN ELOHIM means GOD in the form of HIS Son.
Pronunciation: BEN ELOHIM - Meaning of BEN ELOHIM: GOD in the form of His Son

A Disciple of Christ. Therein is the description that most every seeker wants to be known as. And yet, after the crucifixion and Resurrection of Yashua (Jesus), God now calls us Son of God. So how do we get from disciple to Son? This writing attempts to explore that journey.

Meaning of DAH VAHR in Hebrew is Word or God's Orderly Arrangement
Pronunciation: DAH VAHR : Meaning of DAH VAHR: Word; God's Orderly Arrangement

Religion tells us GOD gave Moses Ten Commandments. Ten rules to be obeyed or else. The original Hebrew tells us Moses was given DAH VAHR, which means word or orderly arrangement. In this writing we will be exploring the character and nature of the GOD that has established the covenant arrangements with HIM.

Hebrew word YASHUA means to be made free.
Pronunciation: YASHUA - Meaning of YASHUA: To be made free

The desire of this writing is to show a distinction between a king that rules by his own appetites and wisdom as compared to a King according to God's instruction and direction.

Hebrew word ELOHIM means the plural form for GOD.
Pronunciation: ELOHIM - Meaning of ELOHIM: Plural form for God

Every person born into this dimension knows innately that he or she has the potential to express something much greater, and more valuable, than what they are experiencing. This writing explores the potential that we all have.

Hebrew word BEN DAVEED means David in the form of the Son.
Pronunciation: BEN DAVEED - Meaning of BEN DAVEED: David in the form of the Son

For many centuries, Judaism remembered that YHWH had said to Moses, "I will raise up for them a Prophet like you, from among their brethren,..." After David, King of Israel, the Jews believed the Messiah to be "Son of David". But all of David's sons failed miserably. So, what exactly does "Son of David" mean?

Hebrew word PAH GAH means intercession; to have impact on the life of another.
Pronunciation: PAH GAH - Meaning of PAH GAH: Intercession; To impact the life of another

Many of us are enlisted, almost daily, to pray for some condition or ill. Pray for this. Pray for that. Pray for me while I'm going through this trial. And we naturally feel the need to respond to the requests. So, why don't we see more positive results? Have we misunderstood the importance of prayer? Does God really need our input?

Hebrew word TAH MEEN means to manifest perfection.
Pronunciation: TAH MEEM - Meaning of TAH MEEM: To manifest Perfection

Are you perfect, yet? Have you achieved all of the myriad of performances that religion has told us we must, to be acceptable to God? Have you done all that is required to make it into Heaven? If not, this article might help. And if you have, this article might help. Perfection may not be what religion has told us.

Hayah - I AM

In Exodus, chapter three, we have recorded for us the story of the encounter of Moses with YHWH. This is the beginning of the discovery of "I AM". It is the intended discovery of us all.

Moses, in verse 13, asks of GOD, "What is your name"? In verse 14 GOD tells Moses to say to the Israelites, "I AM has sent me to you". This is the introduction for Moses to HIM who is LIFE. LIFE is the person and presence of HIM who is LIFE. "I AM"! " HAYAH "!

In Strong's Concordance, I AM ( HAYAH ) is #1961.

In Exodus 33, verse 19, GOD said to Moses, "I will make all my good(ness) pass before you (literally, 'on your face'), and I will proclaim the name (nature) YHWH before you". YHWH told Moses that HE would make all of HIS good(ness) 'pass'. The Hebrew word that is translated 'pass' is Strong's #5674, and is pronounced ' ah-vare'. The word means " to cross over". It is the same root that the word "Hebrew" is derived from. A Hebrew is one who has 'crossed over'. Abram was the first to be called a 'Hebrew'. He was living in Ur of Chaldea (Ur is light). When Abram heard the call of YHWH in his heart he was willing to leave Ur- the light that the Chaldeans had- to go and find "...the city which has foundations, whose builder and maker is GOD". [Heb. 11:10]. Abram departed the light (Ur) of the Chaldeans. Abram was searching for a better 'Light'. Abram "crossed over".

In Exodus 33:19, YHWH told Moses that HE would make all of HIS good "cross over". HE then said "...and I will proclaim the name (nature) YHWH before you". The Hebrew word translated 'proclaim' is pronounced in Hebrew 'kah-rah'. It is Strong's #7121, and is translated as "proclaim; to call; to call out; to address by name". The word is used when a child was named. The parent was actually declaring the name (nature) of the individual being named. It is as if to 'kah-rah' (Strong's #7121) is " to establish the truth of ." To declare. GOD said to Moses that HE (God) would declare and establish the name of YHWH. Also in the verse GOD said that he would "...proclaim the name YHWH 'before' you". The word translated 'before' is the Hebrew word 'pah-neh'. It is Strong's #6440, and is defined as 'the face; the part that turns;" To have something ever before your face is said in Hebrew " al- paneh"; literally, on the face. I believe that GOD was telling Moses "...I will cross over and I will forever be declaring the name and nature YHWH before (literally, 'on') your face". Or in other words, "...every place and direction that you look you will see GOD". And now the mystery becomes more demanding. "...to him to whom much is given, from him much will be required (more accurately, 'sought for')".[Luke 12:48]

In Ex.33:20 YHWH tells Moses "...you cannot see My face; for no man shall see Me, and live." On first glance, this appears to contradict verse 19. In verse 19, GOD tells Moses that GOD will proclaim the name YHWH ever before Moses. Then in verse 20, HE says that Moses cannot see HIS face, for no man can see HIM and live. In verse 20, the word translated 'to see' is the Hebrew verb 'rah-ah'. It means "...to see; to perceive; to understand." The word is Strong's #7200. And the word translated 'man' in verse 20 is the Hebrew 'adam'. But the word that adds most to this mystery is the word that is translated 'to live'. This is the Hebrew word 'hkah-yah', and is Strong's #2421, and is translated "...to live; to make to live; to give life to;" The Hebrew word 'hkah-yah' and the Hebrew word 'hah-yah' are very similar. However, there is a great chasm, or gulf, that separates the meaning of the two words. The word 'hah-yah' Strong's #1961, is"..to be; to exist; to be life." It is the very nature of YHWH. YHWH is LIFE HIMSELF. "In HIM was life, and the life was the light of men". [John 1:4] In John 8:58 JESUS tells the religious leaders of the Jews, "Most assuredly I say to you, before Abraham was, I AM". Jesus was declaring to be ' HAYAH ', the very existence of YHWH. And the Jewish leaders clearly heard what HE said, and they certainly understood HIM, for they immediately took up stones to stone HIM.

The Hebrew word 'hkah-yah' (Strong's #2421) is "..to give life to" a thing. It imparts the ability to mimic, or ape, or to act out life. But it is not to be confused with LIFE. Please read and consider John 17:3. LIFE is the person and presence of YHWH; HIM who is LIFE HIMSELF. To make a puppet dance on a string is to 'hkah-yah'. The puppeteer causes the puppet to dance; to act; to mimic life. But the puppet could never be mistaken with the puppeteer. The puppet acts out life. The puppeteer gives life to the puppet. The puppeteer is the puppet's life.

Please consider this analogy. I heard the story of a missionary visiting a mission village in Africa. The natives and mission workers were all in a line to greet the visiting dignitaries. At the end of the reception line was a chimpanzee. The animal was dressed in missionary clothing, and stood in line and shook the hands of the visitors. The chimpanzee 'aped' the routine of the others in the greeting line. And it was all very comical and everyone got a good laugh. But it was clear and obvious that the animal was only 'acting' like a human. There is a great chasm between being ape and being human. The animal could be taught to act human; it could never be human. It is the same with 'hah-yah (#1961) and 'hkah-yah' (#2421). GOD was saying to Moses in Ex.33:20 that "...no adam(man) can see (perceive and understand) the face of GOD, and live (or continue to 'hkah-yah'; to mimic LIFE). To 'see' GOD, adam, the first adam, has to die. Only CHRIST, The Last Adam, can see and understand and recognize FATHER. The first adam, or the first expression of Adam, must die. CHRIST, or the Last expression of Adam, must arise and supplant the first adam. Adam is the expression of us that is given the opportunity to have GOD proclaim HIS presence in our face. But only CHRIST can 'behold' GOD. "No man (adam) has seen (perceived) GOD at any time. The only begotten SON, who is in the bosom of FATHER, HE has declared HIM." [John 1:18]; and also, "...but we know that when HE is revealed, we shall be like HIM, for we shall see HIM as HE is." [1 John 3:2] To see (rah-ah) HIM is to be like HIM. It does not mean to act like HIM or to try to imagine what HE would do and then to ape HIM. You have been CHRISTED by the SPIRIT that raised CHRIST from the dead. You have been now made to be HIM by HIS SPIRIT in you. You are not called to mimic CHRIST, but to be CHRIST to a world that has historically known only chaos and death. The Body of CHRIST is to give LIFE to the world. Not to 'hkay-yah' LIFE to them, but to BE LIFE to them. You, unlike Moses and the other patriarchs, have now seen HIM by HIS SPIRIT that dwells in you. Now go and be ( HAYAH ) CHRIST to a world that can only be saved and made whole by the presence of CHRIST. For when they have seen you (CHRIST in you), they have seen FATHER.

Shalom and Shalom!      Alan

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