The Different Names of God Series| Summary

I have decided to bring this series to an end. The names of God shows His characteristics and of course they are inexhaustible. I would like to think i have covered the major Hebrew ones. A few i skipped because they tie in with the ones i already covered. An example is El-Gibhor which means …

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The Different Names of God | El-Olam

One of the most fascinating characteristics of God is that He is timeless. The name for this side of God is El-Olam. This was first used by Abraham in Genesis 21:33. El-Olam means The Everlasting God Abraham's life to me seemed very chaotic. He was constantly on the move. Between Genesis chapter 11 and 20, …

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The Different Names of God | El-Elyon

El-Elyon means The Most High God. In life, we face different high mountains. These mountains appear in various forms. Yours might not be the same as mine but the truth is we all have ours. It gladdens my heart to know that no matter how high the mountains we face are, it can never be …

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The Different Names of God | Jehovah Sabaoth

Jehovah Sabaoth means The Lord of hosts A host is a large group of people. Our God is The Lord of the hosts of heavens and earth. He is the Lord of the Heaven's armies. He is in charge of the heavens above and the earth beneath. Heaven is His throne and the earth is …

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The Different Names of God | Jehovah Tsidkenu

Jehovah Tsidkenu means The Lord Our Righteousness. Righteousness means to be morally right or justifiable. We've been born into a fallen world. It's natural for us to sin and enjoy sin. This is the reason our flesh fights the spirit whenever we want to please God. Watch a growing child carefully and you will observe …

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The Different Names of God | Jehovah Mekoddishkem (M’Kaddesh)

Jehovah Mekoddishkem or M'Kaddesh means The Lord who sanctifies. In Leviticus 20:7-8, The Lord makes it clear that He alone has the ability to cleanse, sanctify and make us holy. Jesus' work on the cross brought about justification. It was a once and done event. Sanctification on the other hand isn't. What is Sanctification? Sanctification …

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The Different Names of God | Jehovah Rapha

Jehovah Rapha means The Lord who heals. The world we live in is plagued with sicknesses and diseases. I'm sure you know someone who is sick. It's scary to know of the number of careers we have just in the UK alone let alone the world. Below I have some figures I pulled off a …

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The Different Names of God | Jehovah Elohim

The bible begins by introducing God to us as a creator. Genesis 1:1 tells us that there is someone behind what we see today. His supernatural power is introduced in a powerful and profound way. It knocks off and makes voids all unnecessary argument as to how the world came into existence. It says in …

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