gs02wmr at panther.Gsu.EDU gs02wmr at panther.Gsu.EDU
Sun Dec 19 21:49:49 EST 1999

Shalaom Alaikh...

I've recently been involved in a little tit-for-tat with a member of a
message board who has drawn the following conclusions on the
Tetragrammaton. I was going to rebut them, but wondered if anyone on this
list would like to address them? You can e-mail me privately if you like,
adding your thoughts on how clear or unclear this guy sounds. Shalom.

. now the 2nd question "why IHVH and not YHWH" well because I have come to
discover under the unction of the Ruach HaQodesh that the name IHVH has
it's roots in the word Hayah which means to be or to exist (i could give
yoo                more defis but I will stick with those 2) BUT if you
look at the word IHVH and a simple comprehension of hebrew
you would see the word HaVaH within IHVH, the word HaVaH has the same
meaning as Hayah which is the ROOT
of the word IHVH. And knowing hebraic grammer I understand that the Yud
(letter I or Y) denotes masculinity to
the word HVH, thereby giving it personability and gender. so instead of
YahWeh I would prefer Yahawah to that,
but it's IHaVaH the I is an EE or long e and is pronounced (at this time)
as EEHah Vah. giving you more  information the REAL name of Jesus was
Eeshu in his mother tongue of aramaic. now we all know that is name
incorporates the name of God and means God saves or God is salvation, how
do you derive at that when the ONLY portion of his name that could have
anything to do with God is EE. Which is the preportion of EEHaVaH,
actually in long form his name is Eehushu' (or as I spell it Ihushua [the
a is a gutteral sound] now the preportion that is God's name is Eehu, or
IHu or IHV Ihav with the ah dropped, Then again I have heard taht the true
name of God is AhVah. 

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