YAHUAH (Class #14) (Women’s Hebrew Word Study Series)

YAHUAH (Class #14) (Women's Hebrew Word Study Series)

Facilitator: Sis Neshia

*  HEBREW LETTER: MAH / MEM (40)
*  HEBREW WORD: Yahuah (Yad/od, Hey, Waw/Uau, Hey – יְהֹוָה)
*  STRONG’S #H3068 & #H3050
*  RECORDING DATE: May 28, 2020
*  CLASS NUMBER: 13

In today’s class, we continue our look into our heavenly Father’s Name. As with all our classes, we are looking at the Ancient rendering of the Hebrew or Abry word, and this class focuses on the word or name YAHUAH. Specifically, we are looking at the Pictographic letters of the word. We also look at the Paleo and modern Hebrew versions of this word briefly, along with the Strong’s Concordance and Ancient Hebrew Lexicon.

We pray this class is a baraka (blessing) to you! Our next word in this series will be YAHUSHA (H3091) which is our Messiah’s name in Hebrew, if you want to study ahead!

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WHO IS YAHUAH? IS THAT ACTUALLY A WORD FOUND IN THE BIBLE?
If you have never heard of the word or name YAHUAH, we encourage you to look up Strong’s #H3068. In English, you will see this word transliterated as “The LORD,” which is a title, and it’s found over 6,000 times in Scripture.

The Hebrew spelling of that word is YHUH or YHWH (or YOD, HEY, WAW/UAU, HEY). While the pronunciation of this word/name is not 100% known (in terms of how it was pronounced in ancient times), there is no debate of what the four letters are in Hebrew. (Side Note: There is a similarity between the letters U and W because the W is a relatively new letter that developed over time that was formerly comprised of two Us or a “double U” and makes the oooo sound. Yah-ooo-ah.) in Hebrew, the word Yahuah means the One who exists. His Son’s Name, Yahusha, means the One who exists is Salvation (we will study the Son’s name next).

To put it in perspective further, the same four letters of our Creator’s Name (YHWH) are also found in the word Judah. Judah is a common word that most people agree on how it’s spelled and pronounced, in both English and Hebrew. In Hebrew, the word Judah is pronounced as Yahudah or Yah-ooo-dah).  The only difference in the Hebrew language between YAHUAH (Strong’s H3068) and YAHUDAH (Strong’s H3063) is one letter. The word Yahudah has an extra letter, which is the “D” or the Dalet (Dal). Yahu”D”ah. Take out the “D” from Yahu”D”ah, and you have Yahuah. Yah–oo–ah.

Why does this matter? Well, in the Bible we are not instructed to call on and praise the Most High’s title; we are instructed to call upon His NAME. This makes it quite a serious matter that our English translations replace the Father’s Name with the title “LORD” or “God.” There are many “lords” and “gods.” But who specifically are you calling upon? If we claim to have a personal relationship with our Creator and don’t even use His Name, what kind of relationship is that? Do you have any friends and you don’t know their names? If you have a relationship with someone? Often, the first thing you get to know is the person’s name.

Not every instance in the Bible that says “lord” is H3068. Usually, if you see lord in small letters, this translates most accurately into English as Master (Adonai). The King James Version (KJV) bible makes the distinction of the two words by writing YHWH as “The LORD” (ALL CAPS), which again is a poor translation at best. There is much more to be said on this topic can fit here, so a link to related videos are below if you’d like to discover and learn more on your own (2 Timothy 3:15; Acts 17:11). Also look in the PREFACE of your Bible, where most translations admit to removing the name!

Surely, if you love the Father, you would agree that our Father’s Name is worthy to be praised, as the Word says. That we are to call on His Name, that we bear His Name, that we can do great & mighty things in His name. Just a few of those Scriptures are Jeremiah 29:12-14, Deuteronomy 28:10; 2 Chronicles 7:14; Daniel 9:18–19, Isaiah 42:8. There are many others. Many of the prophets in the Bible have Hebrew names that end with YAHU (part of the Father’s Name). Even one of the 10 Commandments warns us not to take His Name in vain.

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