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From the Pastor’s Desk

July 2006

Listen to the song YAHUAH YOUR NAME IS Great

Dear Chaciyd{khaw-seed} (saints),

          In spite of the 'emeth {eh'-meth} (truth, firmness, stability, reliability, and support) of Scripture, there are many that continue calling YAHUAH and YAHUSHA HA MashaYAH by pagan names and titles.  This is no surprise to us because Scripture teaches us that there will be a time when all people will walk everyone in the name of his `elohiym{el-o-heem’} (god).

          Let us examine carefully the Scripture in the book of Miykah{Mee-kaw’} (Micah) 4:5 For all people will walk everyone in the name of his elohiym (god), and we will walk in the name of YAHUAH our YAHUAH for ever and ever.  The word walk in this verse of scripture comes from the Hebrew primitive root word yalak{yaw-lak}, and it means to go, walk, come, move, be lead, and proceed.  This word also means to live, a manner of life (figurative).  So, what we see here is that Miykah foretells of a time when all people will yalak- go, walk, move, be lead, proceed to live a manner of life in the NAME of his god.  But we will yalak- walk, move, and live a manner of life in the NAME of YAHUAH our YAHUAH (The Strong and Mighty One of Yashar'YAH) for ever and ever.  

          In the book of Shemoth (Exodus) chapter 20 let us carefully consider the dabar{daw-baw} (words) that He declared to the house of Yashar'YAH , beginning with verse 1 And YAHUAH spake all these words, saying, Notice the first three words in this chapter and YAHUAH dabar{daw-bar’} a primitive  root word that means [to speak, declare, converse, command, promise, warn, threaten, talk] saying, verse 2 I am YAHUAH thy YAHUAH, which have brought thee out of the land of Mitsrayim (Egypt), out of the house of bondage. verse 3 Thou shalt have lo’{lo} ‘acher{akh-air} elohiym{el-o-heem’} (no other gods) before meThis is very clear, these are YAHUAH’S dabar (words) and not Mosheh{mo-sheh’} (Moses).  YAHUAH goes on to say in verse 5 Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them. . .  The words bow down come from a primitive root word shachah {shaw-khaw’} and it means [to bow down, to depress, to prostrate oneself, to pay homage, to worship] thyself to them.  The verse goes on to say . . . nor serve them.  The word serve here comes from a primitive root word `abad{aw-bad} that means [to work, labour, to make oneself a servant, to serve as subjects, to be led/ enticed to serve] them:  Do we not see this kind of behavior among the mass of people and religions today?  YAHUAH is very clear about this.  He does not want His chaciyd{kaw-seed} (saints) to conduct themselves or behave like this and goes on to remind us;

. . . for I YAHUAH thy YAHUAH [am] a ganna’{kan-naw} (jealous) YAHUAH.   HALALYAHUAH (Praise YAHUAH)!!! verse 6 And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.  He goes on to dabar (speak, declare, warns, command) in verse 7 Thou shalt not take the name of YAHUAH thy YAHUAH in vain. . .  The word take comes from a primitive root word nasa’{naw-saw} and it means [to lift, bear up, carry, take, support, sustain, endure, exalt, rise up, aid, assist, desire] the name of YAHUAH thy YAHUAH in vain.  The word vain comes from the Hebrew word shav’{shawv} and it means [emptiness, vanity, falsehood, nothingness, lying and worthlessness]; . . . for YAHUAH will not hold him guiltless.  This word guiltless is from a primitive root word naqah{naw-kaw} that means [pure, innocent, clean, free, exempt from punishment] him that nasa’- taketh, exalt, support, desire His name in shav (vain), emptiness, vanity, falsehood, nothingness, lying and worthlessness.  Does this sound like He wouldn’t mind it if we call Him LORD? YAHUAH said call me no more LORD!!!

          In the book of Howshea’{ho-shay’-ah} (Hosea) chapter 1, YAHUAH instructed the nabiy{naw-bee} (prophet) to take unto him a ishshah{ish-shaw’} (wife) of whoredoms and children of whoredoms: then He said for the ‘erets (land, earth, the inhabitants of the land) has committed great whoredom, [departing] from YAHUAH.  He wanted Howshea’(Hosea) to know exactly how He felt about Yashar'YAH and how  Yashar'YAH felt about Him. So Howshea took a ishshah (wife) Gomer and she conceived an bare three children, first a son Yizr’yah{yiz-reh-yah} (Jezreel) whose name means “YAHUAH sows”; second a daughter, Lo’Ruchanah{lo-roo-khaw-maw’} (Lo-rahamah) whose name means “no mercy,” and thirdly a son Lo’Ammiy{lo-am-mee} (Lo-ammi) whose name means “not my people.” YAHUAH instructed Howshea (Hosea) to call the first born Yizr’yah (Jezreel) because He said verse 4, for yet a little [while], and I will avenge the blood of Yizr’yah (Jezreel) upon the house of Yehuw’ {yay-hoo’} (Jehu)=[YAHUAH is HE] and will cause to cease the kingdom of the house of Yashar'YAH.  The second born was called Lo’Ruchanah (Lo-rahamah) because verse 6 He said, for I will no more have mercy upon the house of Yashar'YAH; but I will utterly take them away.  The third born, Lo’Ammiy{lo-am-mee} because verse 9 YAHUAH said, for ye [are] not my people, and I will not be your YAHUAH.  Because the Ishshah (woman) of this hour does not realize that she has an Iysh (husband) for she has played the zanah{zaw-naw} harlot.  It is He that will provide and supply what she needs and not another.  Chapter 2:5 says, for she said, I will go after my lovers (gods, lords), that give [me] my bread and my water, my wool and my flax, mine oil and my drink, not realizing that it is her husband (YAHUAH) that has provided for her and not her lovers (gods, lords).  verse 6 Therefore, behold, I will hedge up thy way with thorns, and make a wall, that she shall not find her paths.  verse 7 And she shall follow after her lovers (gods, lords), but she shall not overtake them; and she shall baqash{baw-kash} (seek) [require, desire, request] them, but shall not matsa’{maw-tsaw} (find) [them]: then shall she say, I will yalak (go) and return to my ri’shown iysh (first husband); for then [was it] better with me than now.   Notice verse 8 carefully, For she did not yada’{yaw-dah} ( know, perceive, recognize, acknowledge, consider, confess) that I [YAHUAH, her iysh= husband] gave her corn, and wine, and oil, and multiplied her silver and gold, [which] they prepared for Baal (LORD).  verse 9 Therefore will I return, and take away my corn in the time thereof, and my wine in the season thereof, and will recover my wool and my flax [given] to cover her nakedness.  verse 10 And now will I discover her lewdness in the sight of her lovers (gods, lords), and none shall deliver her out of mine yad (hand).  YAHUAH goes on to say everything that He has given her will He cause to cease.  Now notice verses 14-17, verse 14 Therefore, behold, I will pathah{paw-thaw} (allure, entice, persuade, seduce) her, and bring her into the midbar (wilderness), and speak comfortably unto her. verse 15 And I will give her vineyards from thence, and the valley of akar{aw-kar} (Achor) [trouble, disturbance] for a door of hope: and she shall sing there, as in the days of her youth, and as in the day when she came up out of the land of Mitsrayim (Egypt).   Now notice carefully verse 16 And it shall be at that yowm (day), saith YAHUAH, [that] thou shalt call me Iysh (Ishi) [My Husband]; and shalt call me no more Baaliy{bah-al-ee} (Baali) [LORD].  verse 17 For I will take away the names of Ba’al (Baalim) [LORD(s)] out of her mouth, and they- shall- no- more- be- zakar{zaw-kar} (to remember, recall, call to mind, remembered) by their name.  HALALYAHUAH!!! Can you hear this? Do you see this? Can you receive this? YAHUAH says His- people- shalt- call-me no-more- LORD!!! And not only will they call- me- no- more- LORD But  I will take away the names of LORD(S) and GOD (S) out of their mouths and they shalt no- more- be- remembered by their nameHALALYAHUAH!!! Baal{bah`-al} (Baalim)= plural for Baal (Bel).  Baal is the same as the title “LORD,” Ruler, Master, and foreign gods.

          Ba’al: this word, it seems, gradually became a proper name.  A similar Semitic word derives from the Aryan root Bhal, which means “to shine”, according to some.  According to W.H. Roscher’s well known Lexicon of Mythology, Ba’al (Bel, Belos) was the ancestral and national deity of the Semites, and says that Ba’al was the founder of Babel (Babylon), according to secular history.  He is identified with Zeus, Jupiter, Ammon, Asshur, Kronos, and Bel-Marduk.  Morris Jastrow, Max Miller, and W.H. Roscher all three agree: Ba’al is the Babylonian sun-deity.  The Ba’al’s of the nations were sun- deities, and Ba’al worship means sun worship (The SCRIPTURES: Institute for Scripture Research).

          May I add that Babylon is the origin of all false worship, and it is called a “harlot” because it draws us away from our Iysh (Husband), and we pollute ourselves with its Paganism (Fossilized Customs).

          YAHUSHA qara’{kaw-raw} (proclaim) concerning the qahal (assembly) at Philadelphia in Rev. 3:8 “I yada (know) thy works: behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it: for thou hast a little koach{ko’-akh} strength, and hast shamar (kept) my dabar (word), and hast not kochash{kaw-khash} denied my name.  People will go to many extremes to show they are sincere and dedicated believers of the Faith, but yet when it come to qara’ (calling out, crying out, proclaiming, uttering with a loud sound/ voice) His KAD-DASH [set- a- part] Name they will deny it, they will refuse to acknowledge the Name above all names.  The praise and acceptance of men is more important to them than the changes required in coming out and abandoning this system of sun worship.  But there are those like the qahal (assembly) at Philadelphia who may have but little koach (strength), but yet will shamar (keep) His dabar (word) and will not kochash (deny) His name.  They will walk the straight and narrow and will not wonder off to follow the way of Balaam; but will say, “Teach me thy way O YAHUAH, lead me in a straight path” II Kepha (II Peter) 2:15; Tehillim (Psalms) 27:11.

          In closing let us zakar (remember) the word of Dawiyd (David) recorded in Tehillim (Psalms) 9:10 And they that yada (know, learn to know, perceive and see, find out and discern, recognize, admit, acknowledge, confess, be acquainted with, be instructed in) thy name will put their batach (trust) in thee: for thou, YAHUAH, hast not forsaken them that darash {daw-rash} (seek) thee.


In the Yachal (Hope) of YAHUSHA MashaYAH,

Raah (Pastor) Fredrick A. Brown



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