“EVERYONE who calls on the name of YaHuWah will be saved.” (Romans 10:13)

Psalm 9:10.
“Those knowing your name will trust in you
, for you will certainly not leave those looking for you, O YaHuwah

“You must keep my commandments and do them. I am YaHuWah. And you must not profane my holy name, and I must be sanctified in the midst of the sons of Israel. I am Jehovah who is sanctifying you.”?Leviticus 22:31, 32.

Ps 44:8 –
In God we boast all the day long, and praise thy name for ever. Selah.

Ps 66:4 –
All the earth shall worship thee, and shall sing unto thee; they shall sing to thy name. Selah.

His name was actually spelt as ‘Alah’, in some earlier Bibles, now replaced completely by a theo derivative-


What is-  Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? Mt 27:46

Mt 27:46About the ninth hour Jesus cried out with a loud voice, saying, ELI, ELI, LAMA SABACHTHANI ?” that is, “MY GOD, MY GOD, WHY HAVE YOU FORSAKEN ME ?”

And this Eli is same as Eloi and Elahh(=My GOD) and Jim’s pronunciation in the movie, the Passion of Christ, was clear to all…sounds Illahi,(Which Moslems too use interposed with Allah, Allah = God, Illahi= My God in Arabic)


This reference definitely says it all, click play and Listen to it.…that’s Moslems brother right there, we call God the SAME! http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Hebrew/heb.cgi?search=0426&version=kjv&type=eng&submit=Find

The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia

Says a lot on Gods Names, and His first Personal Name is Elohim, though that is kind of hebrew plural for El and Eloah and the same Elahh in my above ref link, and all these were derived from elah or alah!


“… II. Absolute or Personal Names of God in the Old Testament:

1. ‘Elohim:
The first form of the Divine name in the Bible is ‘Elohim, ordinarily translated “God”… ….It is one of a group of kindred words, to which belong also ‘El and ‘Eloah…..

(2) The derivation is quite uncertain. Gesenius, Ewald and others find its origin in ‘ul, “to be strong,” from which also are derived ‘ayil, “ram,” and ‘elah, “terebinth”; it is then an expanded plural form of ‘el; others trace it to ‘alah, “to terrify,” and the singular form is found in the infrequent ‘eloah, which occurs chiefly in poetical books; BDB inclines to the derivation from ‘alah, “to be strong,” as the root of the three forms, ‘El, `Eloah and ‘Elohim, …”

When Jesus(Yeshuwah) returns if he speaks his traditional Aramaic, Moslems and Jews may understand he speaks of God, Christians may reject him as they dont want to conform and get used to his saying Ellah! they’ll be waiting to hear ‘God’ or ‘Jesus ‘, in English.
That was part of Mel Gibsons great message/teaching…please take a minute to reflect.

Here a Jew explains:


That’s what i was just reading in “Awake”, Jan 22 2004 episode, and they explained why the name of God has been largely forgotten and suppressed in Judeo-Christianity.

They explained that it was an idea of Jews, still Jewish belief/practice, that in obeisance of the Third Commandment-On respecting Gods name. That the Jews used to kill people and Christians who called Gods name in public. Till date Jews write God as G-d, because of their extreme application of this 3rd commandment. hence Gods name got lost largely to Christianity…and the bibles, King James was not allowed to write Gods name in his translations.
“Eli”, one of the only close representations of the actual name is not Hebrew or Aramaic, or actually Gods name, but a Theological derivative.
The Jews hid/stopped the use of the all important Gods names from the two faiths.

Please go find out and revive, as God and Jesus(PBUH) would wish. We ought know Gods names . We can’t be satisfied by calling God the meanings of his names alone, without knowing the actual names.

You can’t call me the meaning of my name, “add-one”, instead of “Lekan’…even if you do, you ought know that I was christened/I was originally called “Lekan”. Makes sense?

And as this relates to Jesus, please know that the name his people called him, and in which he was called in baptism, was “Yahushua”. He may not recognize it if you call him “Jesus”, the English translation-derivative….Or call him “To save”, which is what his name means.
Can’t we call people by their names? Do we need follow these translations we didn’t ask for?
A link on Jesus’ part of this- http://www.eliyah.com/nameson.htm

The letter J was added to Christs name very recently

Have you ever stopped to wonder why you called him “Jesus”..and whether it is what he’d want? Open your eyes for God sake! it matters to really know God, and God’s.

The letter “J” is only about 500 years old and isn’t even found in the original 1611 King James version. proof- (An earlier King James Bible page…Notice his name is/was Iesus)

Jehovah is/was Yehowah(YHWH)
Now here is where the Jehovah’s in their display of genuine truth, fall short…they too use the ‘J’, instead of sticking to the ‘Y’. (There’s No ‘J’ in Hebrew!)Everyone follows the truth to an extent then falls short when he fears where it leads him to.

Joseph would have been/is called Yosef etc.

English people don’t need own God, why do Yoruba call Jesus Jesu?
An English based translation, why didn’t they translate/coin their local pronunciation from Yahshua, the real Hebrew name that English too translated from. Would Jesus that English dominated and ruled his faith. I ain’t a racist but…why???
differences arising from its being hidden in different translations

Jewish consensus to hide the name http://pages.cthome.net/hirsch/tetra.htm

put to death for merely mentioning the most sacred name of God-