The Creator’s Name is YAHWEH

The House of Yahweh presents the Name of Yahweh as the Name of the Creator. Excerpt from a free monthly publication…

YAHWEH (ya’way). The Heb. Tetragrammaton (YHWH) traditionally pronounced Jehovah (see discussion in the articles Lord; [The] Lord) is now known to be correctly vocalized yahwe.

New inscriptional evidence from the second and first millennia B.C. point toward this fact.

The old view of Le Clerc, later propounded by Paul Haupt and developed by W. F. Albright, has commended itself in the light of the phonetic development and grammatical evidence of increased knowledge of Northwest Semitic and kindred tongues. This thesis holds Yahweh to be originally a finite causative verb from the Northwest Semitic root hwy, “to be, to come into being,” so that the divine name would mean “he causes to be, or exist,” i.e., “He creates.”

Amorite personal names after 2,000 B.C. lend support to the Haupt-Albright view, demonstrating that the employment of the causative stem yahweh, “he creates,” was in vogue in the linguistic background of early Heb. Another recent etymology is that of Sigmund Mowinckel and James Montgomery. This suggests that Yahu (an abbreviated form of Yahweh current in personal names) is a compound formation ya (O!) and hu or huwa (he), “O He!”

The name Yahweh has been found to be unique to Israel and has not been verified as the name of any deity outside Israel. See Jehovah; Elohim.

I am now saying to you, as the Great Prophet Samuyl said to the elders of Israyl…

“Rid yourself of god worship and commit totally to Yahweh, and Yahweh will protect you and your nations against all the powers of hell.”

I Samuyl 7:1-3
1 Then the men of Kiryath Yearim came and took the Ark of Yahweh, and brought it into the house of Abinadab on the hill, and consecrated Eleazar his son to keep the Ark of Yahweh.
2 So the Ark remained in Kiryath Yearim a long time; it was there twenty years, and all the house of Israyl mourned after Yahweh.
3 Then Samuyl spoke to all the house of Israyl, saying; If you are returning to Yahweh with all your hearts, then rid yourselves of the gods (elohim) and Ashtaroth; goddesses, among you. Commit yourselves to Yahweh, preparing your hearts and worship and serve Him only. Then He will deliver you out of the hands of the Philistines.

Notice! You Must Turn From All Sin!

Yahweh’s Prophet Samuyl told the elders of Israyl the perfect way to get their prayers answered—confess your sins and turn completely to Yahweh the Creator.

I Samuyl 7:4-17
4 So the children of Israyl put away the Baals; Lords and Gods (Elohim), and the Ashtaroth; the goddesses, Astarte and Easter, and worshipped and served Yahweh only.
5 Then Samuyl said; Gather all Israyl to Mizpah, and I will pray to Yahweh on your behalf.
6 So they gathered together at Mizpah. They drew water and poured it out in front of Yahweh. On that day they fasted, and there they confessed; We have sinned against Yahweh. And Samuyl was judge of Israyl at Mizpah.
7 When the Philistines heard that the children of Israyl had gathered together at Mizpah, the rulers of the Philistines went up to attack them. When the Israylites heard of this, they were afraid because of the Philistines.
8 They said to Samuyl; Do not cease crying out to Yahweh on our behalf so He may save us from the hand of the Philistines.
9 Samuyl took a suckling lamb and offered it as a whole burnt offering to Yahweh. Then Samuyl cried out to Yahweh on Israyl’s behalf, and Yahweh answered him.
10 As Samuyl was offering the burnt offering, the Philistines drew near to begin battle against Israyl. But Yahweh thundered with such a loud thunder against the Philistines that day, and threw them into such confusion, they were soundly defeated before Israyl.
11 The men of Israyl rushed out of Mizpah and pursued the Philistines, cutting them down as far as the point below Beth Car.
12 Then Samuyl took a stone and set it up between Mizpah and Shen. He called its name Ebenezer; Stone of Help, saying; So far Yahweh has helped us.
13 In this way the Philistines were subdued, and they no longer invaded the territory of Israyl. Also, the Hand of Yahweh was against the Philistines during the lifetime of Samuyl.
14 The cities which the Philistines had captured were restored to Israyl, from Ekron to Gath; Israyl recovered its territory from the power of the Philistines. There was also peace between Israyl and the westerners.
15 Samuyl judged Israyl all the days of his life.
16 From year to year he went on a circuit to Beth-El, Gilgal, and Mizpah, judging Israyl in all those places.
17 But he always returned to Ramah, where his home was. There he also judged Israyl, and there he built an altar to Yahweh.

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