Who do we serve?

The seven names of God that, once written, cannot be erased because of their holiness are the TetragrammatonElElohimEloahElohaiEl Shaddai, and Tzevaot

God is AWESOMELY indescribable!!! My Provider, my Jehovah Rapha, El Shadai, words cannot define my Creator!!!

Psalms 13:3 & 4. Thus says The LORD God ALL MIGHTY!!! For God has uttered “it is God’s Will from this day forward to consider your needs and hear your prayers. Call on Me, and allow My grace to light your path, and that of every member of your household.”
I will not allow your enemies, or them that are planning to trouble you prevail or rejoice over your lack says the Lord God of hosts, for in Me you have ALL you need. Search me out in and through Jesus Christ, Amen.

Every good thing you have graciously transported to this second half of the year, shall not diminish but increase. All your undertakings shall be blessed with the abundance of the LORD’S blessings.
Fear not, no evil shall befall you in JESUS’ MIGHTY name, Amen.
Rejoice, it’s your day of perfection and total recovery with songs of victory of Hallelujah of Dominion with glory ahead in Jesu Christ, Amen.

Rabbinic Judaism considers seven names of God in Judaism so holy that, once written, they should not be erased: YHWHEl (“God”), Eloah (“God”), Elohim (“Gods”), Shaddai (“Almighty”), Ehyeh (“I Am”), and Tzevaot (“[of] Hosts”). Other names are considered mere epithets or titles reflecting different aspects of God, but Khumra sometimes dictates special care such as the writing of “G-d” instead of “God” in English or saying ṬētVav (טו, lit. “9-6”) instead of Yōd (יה, lit. “10-5” but also “Jah“) for the number fifteen in Hebrew.[3]

The documentary hypothesis proposes that the Torah was compiled from various original sources, two of which (the Jahwist and the Elohist) are named for their usual names for God (Yahweh and Elohim respectively).

Published by Fellowship of Praise: ALL praise to God our Reason, Hallelujah!!!

To God be The glory. Let us praise God together for His ALL in our lives, Amen.

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