Vers. 15 - 68
Proves African Americans (Negroes)
are the true children of Israel
What Is God's Name?
Hosea 4:6 My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge:
Spreading the Word
IT DOES MATTER WHAT NAME YOU CALL Him
Our Challenge: We will publicly debate any "Bible Theologian" on the curses
of Deuteronomy 28 to determine which group of people fit these curses!
The True Name Of God (Yah)
How can you think the name of salvation doesn't matter, would you allow me to call you any
name I like? Would you allow your boss to put any name he liked on your pay check? NO, you
wouldn't, so why do you think we can give the creator any name we want?
Jehovah is not the name of the father. This name come from the adversary Satan. The father
have Hebrew name this is confirmed in the original Hebrew text and in your KJV. In the book of
Psalms 68:4 we read this:
Psalms 68:4 Sing unto the Almighty, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth
upon the heavens by his name YAH, and rejoice before him.
Yes my people, the creator of heaven and
earth, name is Yah. In your KJV the name
listed, is JAH. That is incorrect, there is no
letter J, J equivalent, or J sound in the
Hebrew language. In fact the letter J is one
of the newest letters in the English
alphabet. It came into usage sometime
after 1630; Jesus or Jehovah wasn't in the
original 1611 KJV (King James Version).
Many of the Hebrew Prophets carried the
name Yah within their names.
SUCH AS: OBADYAH which means Servant of Yah
ZechariYah - Yah Remembers
IsaiYah - Yah is salvation
ZephaniYah - Yah Hides
The Phrase Hallelu'Yah means PRAISE YOU
Notice in your KJV (King James Version) the spelling of those names are different, Isaiah doesn't
have the YAH at the end, nor does the other names and Hallelu'YAH has JAH in the suffix. Why is
that? Simple the adversary Satan is trying to take the name of salvation away from you. He is
deceiving you into calling upon false GODS. YAH’s name mean THE ETERNAL, THE SELF
EXISTENCE, Jehovah means nothing, it's a vain name. Yah said not to take his name in vain, this
is one of the first commandments.
Exodus 20:7 Thou shalt not take the name of YAH in vain; for YAH will not hold him
guiltless that taketh his name in vain.
He will not hold you guiltless brothers and sisters, Christianity has put you into a confrontation
with the most high. Christianity has deceived you into taking the creator's name in vain, you have
made it useless, by calling him a false name. Jehovah is not a Hebrew name, Jehovah is not an
English translation of the fathers Hebrew name. His name is on high; YAH does not need a
translation for his name. All men on the face of the earth, in every language can pronounce his
In the KJV (King James Version) Exodus 20 doesn't mention Yah's name, it calls him by two
titles, Lord and GOD.
Exodus 20:7, Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain; for the LORD
will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.
The KJV says not to take the name of the Lord in vain. LORD is not a name it's a title, So is
GOD. Lord and God both have roots in Paganism, both can be traced back to ancient pagan
deities. Many bible dictionaries and concordance will tell you Wherever Lord and God is written
in Scripture that the name should be YAH. If you have a concordance in your KJV bible, look
under the name Yahweh, it will read this:
Whenever the words Lord and God appear in large and small capital letters, the
original Hebrew reads YHWH.
YAH IS THE ALMIGHTY, THE CREATOR, THE HEAVENLY FATHER, THE MIGHTY ONE, THE
ETERNAL, THE SET APART ONE. These are righteous titles, his name is above any title, he
wants us to call upon him by his name. Jehovah is not his name, nor has it ever been.