The Lord doesn’t want to be called Lord

This is a very interesting scripture Hosea 2:16-17…And it shall be at that day, saith the Lord, that thou shalt call me Ishi; and shalt call me no more Baali. 17 For I will take away the names of Baalim out of her mouth, and they shall no more be remembered by their name.

 

Name of Baali- Taken from this scripture  

Hebrew Strong’s Number: 1180 baʿalî  1168 baʿal—from <H1167> (ba`al) with pronoun suffix; my master; Baali, a symbolical name for Jehovah :- Baali.

 

the same as <H1167> (ba`al); Baal, a Phoenician deity :- Baal, [plural] Baalim.

Baʿal, (bāʾ-ʿayn-lām), is a Semitic word signifying “The Lord, master, owner (male), keeper, husband”. Cognates include Standard Hebrew (Bet-Ayin-Lamed; בַּעַל / בָּעַל, Báʿal, Akkadian Bēl and Arabic بعل. The feminine form is Baʿalat (Hebrew בַּעֲלָה Baʕalah, Arabic بعلـة baʿalah) signifying “lady, mistress, owner (female), wife”.

Baʿal (Biblical Hebrew בעל, pronounced [ˈbaʕal], usually spelled Baal in English) is a Northwest Semitic title and honorific meaning “master” or “lord”[1] that is used for various gods who were patrons of cities in the Levant, cognate to Akkadian Bēlu. A Baalist or Baalite means a worshipper of Baal.

This is the definition taken from Easton’s Bible Dictionary:

Baal = Lord.

(1.) The name appropriated to the principal male god of the Phoenicians. It is found in several places in the plural BAALIM (Jdg 2:11; Jdg 10:10; 1Ki 18:18; Jer 2:23; Hos 2:17). Baal is identified with Molech (Jer 19:5). It was known to the Israelites as Baal-peor (Num 25:3; Deut 4:3), was worshipped till the time of Samuel (1Sa 7:4), and was afterwards the religion of the ten tribes in the time of Ahab (1Ki 16:31-33; 1Ki 18:19, 22). It prevailed also for a time in the kingdom of Judah (2Ki 8:27; Compare 2Ki 11:18; 2Ki 16:3; 2Ch 28:2), till finally put an end to by the severe discipline of the Captivity (Zep 1:4-6). The priests of Baal were in great numbers (1Ki 18:19), and of various classes (2Ki 10:19). Their mode of offering sacrifices is described in 1Ki 18:25-29. The sun-god, under the general title of Baal, or “lord,” was the chief object of worship of the Canaanites. Each locality had its special Baal, and the various local Baals were summed up under the name of Baalim, or “lords.” Each Baal had a wife, who was a colorless reflection of himself.

  • Ba’al, or Baal, is a Northwest Semitic title meaning ‘lord’, used for various gods and local spirit-deities. In some texts, the term refers to Hadad, the lord of the divine assembly whose name only priests were allowed to speak. References to Baal in the Hebrew Bible, such as the prophet Elijah’s confrontation with Baal’s priests, usually correspond to local gods rather than to Hadad.
  • Bel meaning ‘Lord’ is a common title of the Babylonian deity Marduk.
  • En meaning ‘Lord’ as in Sumerian deities Enki and Enlil.
  • In Buddhism it refers to the Buddha and in Jainism to the Mahavira.
  • The name of the god Adonis may be a cognate of the Hebrew word for ‘lord’.
  • In the Wiccan religion, the male god is also referred to as ‘The Lord’ and the female as ‘The Lady’.

We know from our previous research that in the scriptures the Tetragrammaton occurs 6,828 times in the Hebrew text as the word “YHWH” which were all replaced with the word “LORD.” The name YAH has also been replaced  by Lord in the Hebrew text,which is the name of God according to Psalms 68:4 …”Sing unto God, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth upon the heavens by his name JAH(YAH, the Y was replaced with J), and rejoice before him.” At least 50 times was YAH replaced in the bible with Lord. Do your own research.

No wonder we see the Almighty God saying in Hosea 2:16  “and shalt call me no more Baali” Which is Master or Lord in Hebrew.

Also in Jer 23:27-28 …Which think to cause my people to forget my name by their dreams which they tell every man to his neighbour, as their fathers have forgotten my name for Baal

Satan has used language translators to replace God’s name with the translated name of an evil deity Baal, Lord.

Another twist is we say the word “Amen” after we pray, or when anyone preaches.

Amen from <H539> (‘aman); sure; abstract faithfulness; adverb truly : Amen, so be it, truth. Note: it is common practice for translators to translate the letter A for E

 

It occurs more than 70 times in the scriptures. I notice the Phonetic Pronunciation of Amen is aw-mane’ but the Transliteration is ʾāmēn.

 

So the Translators could have just used the phrase “so be it” or “truth” but they chose Amen instead.  I wounder why? Did you know that there was an Egyptian god called “Amen”?

Amun, reconstructed Egyptian Yamānu (also spelled Amon, Amoun, Amen, and rarely Imen or Yamun, Greek Ἄμμων Ammon, and Ἅμμων Hammon), was a God in Egyptian mythology who in the form of Amun-Ra became the focus of the most complex system of theology in Ancient Egypt.

 

Weird huh? It may seem like I’m being a little too causious, but you have got to aks yourself, where did the use of these things come from? Who made all of these changes? Jewish Masoretes, Catholic Priest and Kind James Interpreters.  This is why we must study Hebrew, and go beyond the interpretation of these three groups to the original text.

 

Believe it or not there are also books removed out of the scriptures:   2 Sam 1:18 …Also he bade them teach the children of Judah the use of the bow: behold, it is written in the book of Jasher.  Where is the book of Jasher?

Why is it not in the Bible? Are you aware that the first King James bible in 1611 contained 14 books known as the Apocrypha that were removed after his death. Who and why did they remove these books out of the original Bible? What about the book of Enoch? I watch a documentary that showed how the Catholic Church wanted to remove the book of Revelation out of the Bible, but they voted against it. I wonder how many other books were removed. There is a good reason why these missing books were removed, they reveal secrets that many don’t want you to know, but that is a different blog. Nonetheless we must know that Satan is behind the removing of the true names of God(YAH) and his Son(Yah’shua), and removing of the missing books. Many Pastors do not preach on these truths because they are simply afraid of how the people will react to it, they don’t want to lose any members.

 

It seems as if Satan is really trying hard to cause the people of the Most High to worship him and his false gods.

 

Please do not miss understand me, I use to call on these Names also, but because I was inorant the Most High winked at it(Ignored it) because he saw my heart. But now I know what his true name is, and his Son’s name, and I know that there has been an attempt to remove it, I must not deny this truth.

 

The Most High do not wish to be called these false names any more. He doen’t want us to deny his true name: Rev 3:8 …I know thy works: behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it: for thou hast a little strength, and hast kept my word, and hast not denied my name.

 

You have got to ask ourself, what name was John talking about when he said this? Was it Jesus or was it Yah’shua? Was the name of the Father YAH or was it Lord? Look at this scripture and compare the father’s true name with the Son’s true name, and you tell me what does it mean: I am come in my Father’s name, and ye receive me not: if another shall come in his own name, him ye will receive. John 5:43 (KJV)

According to Matthew the Son’s name is suppose to mean, “He(YAH) shall save his people from their sins” …And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins. Matt 1:21 (KJV) Yah’shua literally means “Yah is salvation.” There is no meaning for the name Jesus, research it for yourself.

 

Which think to cause my people to forget my name by their dreams which they tell every man to his neighbour, as their fathers have forgotten my name for Baal. ..Jer 23:27-28 (KJV)

 

We have all truly forgotten his true name for baal. For more info on his true name click here:

What is His Name, and What is His Son’s Name, If You Can Tell?

 

 

Shalom,

Watchman Banks

 

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