GOD’S NAME SIMPLIFIED FOR ENGLISH SPEAKING PEOPLE ONLY
BECAUSE IT IS A SOURCE OF ABSOLUTE CONFUSION
JHWH – Jahweh
It’s so simple. Hebrew scholars agree that the first syllable of the Divine Name is Yah. And everyone knows the 3rd letter of the Tetragrammaton is a /w/.
Jahweh pronounced Yahweh in ancient times or Yahveh in modern times.
It couldn’t be easier.
God’s Name also contains the “ahv” sound which means Father. It has to, or it’s nothing. And this one is actually has “ahv” the actual pronunciation and not just av. And translation engines just wreck it.
What more could we want and how much easier to know. And He made me laugh when it seemed my trial would never end.
Secret of all time. If you say His Name with a smile it is Yahweh, when you say it with love, it’s Yahveh and you hear the ahv (father).
Note: There are 110,000 results in Google with the name yaweh without the h. Yemoja(Yemo-ya’) and Yima are a reality, not only a few are affected. Be careful and only worship Jahweh (pronounced Yahveh. ahv is “father” in Hebrew. It’s /v/ sound. It has to be. They stole it from us or they forgot that He is Our Father in English. They split it up into Ya and weh and Yah and weh. Where’s ahv? No way Jose’ will I accept anything less than ahv, Father. Yahveh is Our Father in Heaven. Do not listen to experts, they know nothing about Our Sacred Father in Heaven or about His Son Ye’shua and how to say their Names. Yah is just a poetic thing in the Torah. Whatever language you speak, make sure the full Name of Our Father sounds like “Father” to you. But in English say Yahveh and accept nothing less. It just so happens the aw sound in English is the אוו av (pronounced ahv) sound in Hebrew. Bing translate aw to Hebrew.
יֶשַׁע Jeshua is Lord
pronounced Ye’-shu-uh (Galilean Aramaic)
Jesha יֶשַׁע absolute state (salvation)
Sounds like Yesha even when you spell it Yeshua יֶשַׁוּע
Jeshua means “Salvation”.
It is pronounced Ye’-shu-uh (Galilean Aramaic accent). This is the only Aramaic thing to believe.
For Bibles in English this should be in the preface.
Yahweh and Yeshua should be used for easy reading and comprehension. It should be natural for the English speaking person.