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Japheth: One of three sons of Noah.(Shem, Ham, Japheth). He was the father of Gomer, Magog, Madai, Javan, Tubal, Meshech and Tiras. From these names it has been gathered that the descendants of Japheth spread over the whole of Europe and a great part of northern Asia. Noah prophesied of him:.Genesis 9:26 "God shall enlarge Japheth and he shall dwell in the tents of Shem and Canaan.(Ham's son).shall be his servant." He is not here brought into relationship with the Creator, as Shem is. Enlargement on the Earth is what is predicted and this has been manifestly fulfilled. For those interested in more, have a look at Genesis 5:32; 6:10; 7:13; 9:18,23,27; 10:1,2,21; 1Chronicles 1:4,5. 

-Jehovah: means LORD, the self-existent one or simply means 'existence' that is, no God, no existence. Many other names in the original, are descriptive of God, who is existence itself.

The meaning of the word translated "I AM", appears from Exodus 3:14 to be "the unchanging, eternal, self existent God", the "I am that I am", that being, a covenant.(means 'agreement).keeping God in heart; compare.Malachi 3:6; Hosea 11:9; Revelation 1:8.

The Hebrew name 'Jehovah' is generally translated in the Authorized Version by the word LORD printed in small capitals, to distinguish it from the rendering of the Hebrew Adonai and the Greek Kurios, which are also rendered 'Lord', but printed in the usual type. 

The Hebrew word is translated 'Jehovah' only in Exodus 6:3; Psalms 83:18; Isaiah 12:2; 26:4. It is unpronounced except with the vowel pointings of.Strong's Exhaustive Concordance number 0136, from which we get 'Lord'. The vowels e, o and a, don't appear in the original, but were added to 'make the word flow'.

Spoken in place of Yahweh, in Jewish display of reverence, as the name Jehovah, the Tetragrammaton.(refers to the four Hebrew letters YHWH that make up the name of the Infinite One as revealed to Moses in Exodus 3:14; 'tetra' is 4, 'grammaton' = grammar {the word: John 1:1-3} and its deeper meaning whiich is, the weight of an object, a gram).of the Greeks, was held by the later Jews to be so sacred that it was never pronounced except by the high priest on the great Day of Atonement, when he entered into the most holy place, thus the true pronunciation has been lost due to lack of use, as the Jews who were first given the name of God, would not pronounce it out of their awe and respect for this Great Infinite One.

This name was YHWH and has been rendered in the English as Yahweh and Jevohah. The Hebrews considered the name of God too holy to pronounce and substituted the original pronunciation with the word 'Lord' (Adonai) when the text was read, as they still do, thus using another word in its stead. 

The Massorets gave to it the vowel points appropriate to this word and so today it is Jehovah. This Jewish practice was founded on a false interpretation of Leviticus 24:16. Being in.(we are human be-ings).the presence of the Infinite One.(how?).has greater impact to one's life than having the knowledge of the correct pronunciation:.John 4:23,24.

You are proof there is a great Creator. How great? There is no existence if there is no God. You and I would not ever have existed if God didn't:.2Timothy 1:9. The entire universe exists, but it wouldn't without God, as it all exists within this infinite intelligent energy that we call God, who produces the hologram for humans to experience what we call life.

The universe exists. What do we know about it? We were always with the Creator, for, in the invisible realm, there is no beginning and no end, only in this corporeal.realm for the purpose of humanity, there appears to be a beginning and an end.

-Jesus.or.Emmanuel, which is correct?.Emmanuel.(Old Testament spelling is Immanuel:.Isaiah 7:14; the New Testament spelling is Emmanuel:.Matthew 1:23).in the original means 'God with us'. The one most people unknowingly today call 'Jesus', whose proper name in the New Testament was Emmanuel.

The wrong name 'Jesus' in the Bible was a substitution in the New Testament for the Son of God.(Matthew 27:43 "...he said, I am the Son of God.").known in the Old Testament.(written in Hebrew/Aramaic).as Immanuel and the New Testament.(written in Greek).as Emmanuel and both meaning 'God with us'.

The name 'Jesus' takes us away from the original meaning.

Since the 'J' wasn't a letter within the Roman alphabet until sometime in the latter part of the 17th century A.D., the name 'Jesus' did not come into use until the second edition of the KJV.Bible.(King James version). That usage then made the Latin etymology of the name 'Jesus' to mean an 'earthly pig', as 'je' = ge or geo = the physical material of planet Earth and 'sus' meaning 'pig'. A slight, as this being was Emmanuel, Son of the Infinite One and He who created all. And since the name 'Christ' means anointed, usually with oil, the slight took another turn, that of 'greased earthly pig' for the name Jesus the Christ; not nice for the One who came, not from the Earth, but from the Father and to benefit others.

American Tract Society Bible Dictionary:."The first well-know English translation of the New Testament was that of Wycliffe, made about 1382 A.D., before the invention of the printing press in 1454 by which the first Bible was produced this way; though others had been made, one as early as king Alfred.(first ruler of all England), of parts of the Bible.into Saxon. In the time of Edward I, 1250, it required the earnings of a day laborer for fifteen years to purchase a manuscript copy of the entire Bible. Now, a printed copy may be had for the earning of an hour. The first printed English Testament was that of.Tyndale, in 1526, which was afterwards followed by his translation of the Pentateuch

"The first complete English Bible is that of Myles Coverdale, in 1535. Matthew's Bible appeared in 1537. Coverdale and some other prelates, who resided at Geneva during the bloody reign of Mary, published there another edition in 1560, hence called the Geneva Bible. At the accession of queen Elizabeth a new revision was made, which appeared in 1568 and is called the Bishop's Bible.

"This continued in use till our present English version, made by order of James I, was published in 1611. The first copy of this was made by forty-seven of the most learned men in England, divided into six companies. This first copy was then revised by a committee of twelve or two from each of the six companies and then again by two others. The work of translation and revision occupied between four and five years and the faithful, clear and vigorous standard Bible thus secured, is an enduring monument of the learning, wisdom and fidelity of the translators.

"In the year 1804, the British and Foreign Bible Society was formed and the success which has attended this glorious object has by far exceeded the most sanguine expectations of its founders and supporters. Their voice has gone out through all the Earth. During the first fifty years of this society, it printed or assisted in printing the Scriptures in 148 languages, in about sixty of which they had never before been printed and issued upwards of 29,000,000 copies of the sacred writings. The Scriptures have now been published in about 220 different languages and dialects. Other similar associations have followed nobly this glorious example and of these none had labored with more effect than the American Bible Society, which was formed in 1816 and has now in 1859, issued thirteen millions of Bibles and Testaments.".The Bible continues to be the world's best seller year after year.

It was sometime between the time after the resurrection and 325 A.D. at the ecumenical council of Nicaea.(pronounced.'nigh see ah'), where the Catholic Church.(what does word 'church' mean?).settled on dogmas to bring about unity of thinking because variances of belief were creating division among bishops. See more on such divisions by researching 'ecumenical councils' in an encyclopedia.

However, the Creator knows how to keep the information He wanted sacred and incorruptible, but it's a code.(*).requiring guidance from Him in order to overstand, as it's put together in one's mind when studied with interest and sincerity.

It was in one of these alterations that His name was changed to 'Iesus' for the original 'yehoshua‘;.(note no 'J' yet). What this name meant to those allowing the change was not at all flattering to the character of the One 'sent' from the Father to open the door for a relationship with mankind in the realm of higher consciousness, not at all flattering to say the least, as it connotes things of generally low regard in the minds of man.

Tracing the name 'Jesus' down to its Latin core we find its meaning to be 'it is pig' or 'that is pig'. Hardly a name befitting the one who had such a love for all mankind that He left the invisible realm to be in the physical. Why didn't they leave the name as it was? Why indeed?

Emmanuel, the human form.(human being).of the One existent for eternity with the Great Infinite One, the one we commonly refer to as the Father or Creator, was raised from the dead after His crucifixion on Earth to again be with the Father in the realm we refer to as heaven and appeared in front of the Father.(*).as what we now know and live in as Christ.

-Judaism: The monotheistic.(one God).religion of the Jews, those of the nation of Judah after two of the twelve tribes of the one nation of Israel split off to become Judah

Judaism traces its origins to Abraham and having its spiritual and ethical.principles.embodied.chiefly in the Bible and the Talmud. The two tribes formerly of Israel that now comprised Judah, conformed to the traditional.ceremonies and rites of the Levitical priesthood.

The Talmud has 4 related meanings; it's the collection of ancient Rabbinic writings consisting of the Mishnah, which is the 1st part; the Gemara, the second part of the Talmud, constituting the basis of religious authority in Orthodox Judaism and conformity to the traditional ceremonies and rites of the Jewish religion; the cultural, religious and social practices and beliefs of the Jews, the Jews here considered as a people or community.

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