Posts Tagged Yahshua
Well, not so fast amigos. What the Ranger would like to do is to illustrate what Yahweh has to say about the matter. I mean, it would seem to be fairly reasonable to assume that Yahweh would want us to know the truth of the matter. Right?
For those who are interested, how about hopping on the trail of truth with the Ranger to investigate the matter.
Was there actually any scriptural basis for the extreme hatred of Yahushua by these religious leaders resulting in their wanting Yahushua dead?
To those religious leaders who were eventually responsible for Yahushua’s conviction and death sentence, the messiah had this to say:
You are of your father the devil, and your will is to do your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, and has nothing to do with the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks according to his own nature, for he is a liar and the father of lies. (John 8:44)
Are there any facts to indicate that Yahushua did in fact commit the scriptural crime of “blasphemy” thereby justifying his execution?
If you’re interesting in finding the answers you might want to join the Ranger and hop on the trail of truth to begin the investigation.
Seems like a simple conclusion but is this the truth of the matter?
Why was there such extraordinary anger and hostility directed toward Yahushua the messiah by the religious leaders?
Could it be that there was something else going on with Yahushua that led to his unlawful murder?
Could that “something else” have something to do with Yahushua using the sacred name Yahweh?
If you’re interested in finding out amigos, just continue reading by hopping on the trail of truth with the Ranger.
We know that during the first century C.E. the people of Judaea and Galilee were strictly prohibited from speaking the name Yahweh by the religious leaders.
Was Yahushua in agreement with this prohibition or did he see the situation quite differently?
If you’re interested in discovering the truth of the matter then the Ranger suggests you proceed to hop on the trail of truth to find out.
Some may even cite as proof of this notion the third commandment in Scriptures.
You shall not take the name of Yahweh your eloahi to worthlessness; for Yahweh will not hold him guiltless who takes his name to worthlessness. (Exodus 20:7)
On the other hand, there would seem to be contradictions in Scriptures if one were to suppress usage of the sacred name Yahweh.
So how and when did the concept of the “Ineffable Name” doctrine come about?
If you’re interested in finding out, then join the Ranger on the trail of truth to explore the details.
If you’re still entertaining the idea of having evolved from some swamp mud that was hit by lightning, then the Ranger suggests you check out the I.D. Stuff page right away.
Don’t want your mind wandering too much in the wrong direction amigos.
The Ranger has added a new page, titled Yahweh’s Calendar, that contains the dates for the balance of Yahweh’s sacred days for this year.
Be sure to check it out amigos!
It can also be demonstrated beyond any doubt that the sacred name was revealed by Yahweh to the patriarchs Abraham, Isaak, and Jacob and was utilized by their households.
How then is it possible that a popular interpretation—which contends that Yahweh never revealed his name to Abraham, Isaak, or Jacob and that it was only first revealed to Moses—can be used to offset the entire book of Genesis and numerous other verses throughout the Scriptures?
The Ranger invites you to investigate this seeming contradiction in Scriptures by embarking on the trail of truth to discover the facts of the matter.
Who was it that spoke to Moses and said, “I am the eloahi of your fathers, the eloahi of Abraham, the eloahi of Isaak, and the eloahi of Jacob (Exod. 3:6)”?
What’s going on here? Have Scriptures gone whacky or is there a grievous mistranslation taking place?
If you are willing to investigate further then the Ranger suggests that you join him on the trail of truth once again as we delve into Scripures to figure this out.
This is it amigos. In this final installment of “Yahweh Eloahi” we are going to uncover the evidence contained in Scriptures demonstrating that there is more than one individual named Yahweh in the ruling headship of the eloahim.
If you’re ready let’s hop on the trail of truth again to see what Scriptures reveal regarding “Yahweh Eloahi.”
Evidence of Multiple Yahwehs
There are several important pieces of evidence from Scripture that support the understanding that Yahweh eloahi akhad refers to more than one Yahweh in unity. The first item comes with the discussion of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. In Genesis we read:
Welcome back amigos! In this post we will continue where we left off in Part 1 and proceed to include in our discussion the concept of the “unapproachable” and “approachable” Yahwehs. If you haven’t already, The Ranger suggests you check out Part 1 and then continue on with this second of three installments regarding “Yahweh eloahi.”
In Scriptures, there was a Yahweh who actually appeared and spoke to various individuals in past times who was not father Yahweh.
If this sounds new to you then I suggest you hang on to your hats if you decide to investigate further.
Therefore, let’s once again hop on the trail of truth to find out what Scriptures have to say about the matter.
Frankly speaking, there can be no truthful understanding of Yahweh’s plan for mankind without a proper grasp of the concept of “Yahweh eloahi.”
So if you’re up to it, it’s time to saddle up and head out on this stretch of Yahweh’s trail of truth. This is gonna be an interesting ride amigos.
This last installment is where it will all come together and you should have a much better understanding of “Yahweh eloahim.”
So what are you waiting for? Let’s get going as the hosses are gettin’ restless and Yahweh’s truth doesn’t like waitin’ too long!
The Ranger has assumed you have digested Part 1 and are ready for the next installment of our investigation regarding the issue of multiple Yahwehs in Scriptures.
If you are ready to proceed then let’s hop on the trail of truth once more. The Ranger can guarantee that the ride will provide some interesting scriptural facts which will help clear up any confusion about the matter.
The Ranger will demonstrate this concept by addressing the issues surrounding the Hebrew generic terms representing “deity” and “divinity.”
We’re gonna start by examining the singular form אלה (eloah), its common usage as the plural אלהי (eloahi) and as the collective noun אלהים (eloahim), as well as the scriptural concept behind the expression “Yahweh eloahim.”
If you’re ready amigos, I suggest you saddle up and proceed on the trail of truth to examine the evidence.