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

Published first on November 3, 2017

Now this is a very touchy subject, and the one thing I want to bring out is that we as children of the Most High should love the truth, regardless if it goes against our traditional teachings. The scriptures plainly states that the Most High is going to send a strong delusion to deceive those “who have not the love of the truth.” So for starters I want to ask you a question, do you love the truth or tradition? If you do not love the truth you will be deceived.

There is a strange, almost enigmatic riddle found in Scripture, that has gone unnoticed by some:
Who hath established all the ends of the earth? What is his name, and what is his son’s name, if thou canst tell? (Proverbs 30:4b)
“What is his name, and what is his son’s name, if you can tell?” Most of us would quickly answer, “Yes, I know the name of the Father, and the name of the Son!”

If we truly know the name of the Father and Son then why is this question here? There is a very good reason for this question put forth in the Proverbs. Because most Born-Again Believers have not yet found these true names of the Father, and of the Son, the purpose of the Proverb is to challenge us to seek, and to find, their true names!

Most of us have learned the popular names of the Creator, and of the Son, either from tradition, from a cursory reading of the Bible, or from popular sayings and teachings. The names we have learned, however, may not be the true names hidden in the Scriptures. This short writing will look at the true names of the Father and the Son that have been ‘hidden in plain sight’ within the Scriptures!

The true name of the Creator, and likewise the true name of His Son, are not readily apparent in the Bible. Both names are hidden to all but the seekers, but they can be easily found within the Scriptures. Let us then seek out these names, and see what the Scriptures reveal!

First let’s examine the name of the Father and Son which most believe to be Jehovah and Jesus. The truth is that there was not a letter J three hundred years ago and bibles that are printed before 1890 most likely did not contain these names. Therefore we can say beyond a shadow of a doubt that the names Jehovah and Jesus are not the name of the Father and Son. Remember the letter J was substituted for Y.

Scriptures Reveal the Hidden Name of the Father

In the front pages of many Bibles, there are explanatory notes describing that particular version, including a brief description of the manuscripts used as the basis of the translation, and other notes.

One of these notes is the explanation of how the name of the Creator has been replaced by the word “LORD” or “GOD” in all-caps, using all capital letters wherever the name has been replaced. To see the true names in Scripture, we need only to note the Strong’s number for a particular word or name, and look up the corresponding word or name in Hebrew. We will see some examples of this procedure below.

Apparently this custom of using “LORD” instead of the true name of the Father was followed in deference to the Jewish tradition of using the title ‘Adonai’ (‘Lord’) in place of the true name. There are many varied explanations for this tradition, all of which appear to have arisen out of superstitions promoted by the oral traditions of the Pharisees.

As we search the Scriptures, however, we see that most of the original writers of Scriptures were inspired by the Holy spirit to write, and to speak, the true name of the Father. Only the true sons will know who the Father is; all others will not know Him (Luke 10:22)!

Let’s look at the Father’s name in several verses of Scripture:
These are the generations of the heavens and of the earth when they were created, in the day that the LORD YHWH God made the earth and the heavens. (Genesis 2:4)

And ye shall not swear by my name falsely, neither shalt thou profane the name of thy God: I am the LORD YHWH. (Leviticus 19:12)

Three times in the year all thy males shall appear before the Lord GOD.YHWH (Exodus 23:17)

Therefore, behold, I will this once cause them to know, I will cause them to know mine hand and my might; and they shall know that my name is The LORD. (Jeremiah 16:21)

For they prophesy falsely unto you in my name: I have not sent them, saith the LORD YHWH. (Jeremiah 29:9)

And I will bring the third part through the fire, and will refine them as silver is refined, and will try them as gold is tried: they shall call on my name, and I will hear them: I will say, It is my people: and they shall say, The LORD YHWH is my God. (Zechariah 13:9)

Now most people will refer to YHWH, Phonetic Spelling: (yeh-ho-vaw’), Short Definition: Jehovah as the true name of the Father, but if we do a little research we will see that the original name of the Father had changed over time through European Jewish scribes.

 The term Tetragrammaton (from Greek, meaning “[a word] having four letters” [1]) refers to the Hebrew name of `the God of Israel YHWH used in the Hebrew Bible.

The Tetragrammaton occurs 6,828 times in the Hebrew text of both the Biblia Hebraica and Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia. It does not appear in the Song of Songs, Ecclesiastes, or Esther. It first appears in the Hebrew text in Genesis 2:4

The Masoretes were groups of mostly Karaite scribes and scholars , based primarily in present-day Israel in the cities of Tiberias and Jerusalem, as well as in Iraq (Babylonia).

Now, the Jewish Masoretes (Karaite scribes and scholars working between the 7th and 11th centuries) added vowel points and cantillation marks to the manuscripts to indicate vowel usage and for use in the ritual chanting of readings from the Bible in synagogue services. To YHWH they added the vowels for “Adonai” (“My Lord”), the word to use when the text was read.

Many Jews will not even use “Adonai” except when praying, and substitute other terms, e.g., HaShem (“The Name”) or the nonsense word Ado-Shem, out of fear of the potential misuse of the divine name. In written English, “G-d” is a substitute used by a minority.
Parts of the Talmud, particularly those dealing with Yom Kippur, seem to imply that the Tetragrammaton should be pronounced in several ways, with only one (not explained in the text, and apparently kept by oral tradition by the Kohen Gadol) being the personal name of G-d.

 Because the name was no longer pronounced and its own vowels were not written, its pronunciation was forgotten. When Christians, unaware of the Jewish tradition, started to read the Bible, they read the Lord or Jehovah as the Most High’s name an actual mistranslation of YHWH. The consonants with Adonai’s vowels, and thus said or transcribed Iehovah or Jehovah. Today this transcription is generally recognized as mistaken; however many religious groups continue to use the form Jehovah because it is familiar tradition.

Keep in mind that this was all influenced by the so-called Jews, European Khazars, for more information on these Khazars Read: “https://watchmanreports.com/homepage/m/articles/view/Are-European-Jews-Really-Gentiles”

The names Jehovah, Yehovah, Yah-hu-wah, Yah-hu-weh, Yeh-ho-wah, Ya-hu-wah were all added enhanced versions of YHWH which is the Tetragrammaton. The Kabbalah Jews believe this Tetragrammaton to be the Secret to Evoking Angelic Powers and the Key to the Apocalypse, which is also the title of a book of Kabbalah. In essence it is a book of Witchcraft.

The names Jehovah, Yehovah, Yah-hu-wah, Yah-hu-weh, Yeh-ho-wah, Ya-hu-wah were all added enhanced versions of YHWH which is the Tetragrammaton. The Kabbalah Jews believe this Tetragrammaton to be the Secret to Evoking Angelic Powers and the Key to the Apocalypse, which is also the title of a book of Kabbalah. In essence it is a book of Witchcraft.

The Strong’s number is 3068 word YHWH which is from (haYah); (the) self-Existent or Eternal. The Jews however created the name “Jehovah“, Jewish national name of God from YHWH. This word comes from the combining of two Hebrew words 3050 Yahh- Jah the sacred name, the lord, taken from Psalms 68:4 and 1943 hovah- which means mischief

The words combined means the “lord of mischief” YeHovah

You ever wonder why the old testament names of the Most High God is not mentioned in the new testament. Also notice how the Apostles never mentions a name of the Most High but simply calls him The Father, and was more amazing is that Yahoshua (Jesus) also refers to the Most High as Father, he even told us to pray after this maner “Our Father.”

Now let’s look at some other scriptures that reveal the true name of the Father

Sing unto God, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth upon the heavens by his name JAHYAH, and rejoice before him. (Psalms 68:4)

First, notice we have listed a few of the Strong’s numbers in the Notes below. As we reference these Strong’s Numbers for the names in the above passages, we can easily understand what Father’s true Scriptural name is. Here is how we can find Father’s true name.

Sing unto God, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth upon the heavens by his name JAHYAH, and rejoice before him. (Psalms 68:4)

First, notice we have listed a few of the Strong’s numbers in the Notes below. As we reference these Strong’s Numbers for the names in the above passages, we can easily understand what Father’s true Scriptural name is. Here is how we can find Father’s true name.

First notice in Exodus 3:13-14 above, that Father tells us His name is “I Am” (“HaYah”) that/who (“hu”) I Am (“HaYah”), and as the Strong’s Number reference tells us, it is this phrase that becomes the original basis for the names seen in YAH and YHWH, as well as for variations of this same name seen throughout Scripture.

This is name of the Father in this passage is very different from YHWH

Which name do we believe? well if we look at vs. 15…: this is my name for ever, and this is my memorial unto all generations. The same is not said for YHWH
The name YAH is recorded over 50 times in the scriptures and has also been replaced by the name “Lord” which we can conclude that the name of the Father is YAH. We see it in “I Am” (“HaYah”) that/who (“hu”) I Am (“HaYah”)

The Name of the Father revealed in the names of his people.

Word the Halleluyah in most Christian Churches is considered the highest praise that you can give the Most High. In the New Testament it is recorded 4 times in the book of Revelation as Alleluia
Rev 19:1,3,4,6, (KJV) This word has a Hebrew origin [imperative of (halal) and (Yah)]; praise ye Yah!, an adoring exclamation :- alleluiah Greek.

The name Yah is also in several Old Testament Hebrew Names such as the following:
Yirmeyâh (Jeremiah) which means “Yah will rise,”
Yesha?yâh (Isaiah) which means “Yah has saved”
Ôbadyâh (Obadiah) which means “serving Yah”
Eliyyah (Elijah) which means “Yah is my God”
Nechemyah (Nehemiah) which means “Yah comforted”
Tsephanyâh (Zephaniah) which means “Yah has secreted”
Zekaryâh (Zechariah) which means “Yah has remembered”
Yô?shîyâh (Josiah) which means “founded of Yah”
Yahôshua, Yahowshuwa (Joshua) meaning “Yah is salvation” or “Yah has Saved” is also the true name of the savior, not the name Jesus

There are many more names than these, this is just a few of them.

In the scripture the Angel spoke to Joseph and said that the name of the savior would have a specific meaning…”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) Note that the name Jesus does not have this meaning, but the Hebrew name of the savior YAH’shua (Yahoshua) means Yah is salvation which actually proves what his true name is.

Who is Yah? 

Yah is the name of the Father…”Sing unto God, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth upon the heavens by his name JAH, and rejoice before him.” Psalms 68:4 (KJV)

Because there was no letter J in the Hebrew alphabets, the letter J was used to replace the Y

Let’s look at how the Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary defines YAH:
YAH, “the sacred name of the Most High” Hebrew Word: ??????, Transliteration: yah

It is generally thought that YAH is a shortened form of YHWH. This Name of God occurs about 50 times in the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible). In Psalm 68:4 this Name is particularly stressed.

The first occurrence of the Name YAH is in Ex 3:14 (KJV)…And God said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you. The Hebrew word for “I Am” is Hayah-to come to pass, to become, to be. Also in Exodus 15:2, where Moses and Israel sing a song regarding their deliverance from Pharaoh’s horsemen:

This Name appears over 50 times in the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible), and is first used in Exodus 15:2 (see Ex. 15:2; 17:16; Psalm 68:5, 19; 77:12; 89:9; 94:7, 12; 102:19; 105:45; 106:1, Isa. 12:2; 26:4; 38:11, etc.).


Hallelu YAH.
Plural imperative to praise Adonai Ps. 104:35; 105:45; 106:48; 111:1; 112:1; 113:1, 9; 115:18; 116:19; 117:2; 135:1, 3, 21; 146:1, 10; 147:1, 20; 148:1, 14; 149:1, 9; 150:1

Note: In the passages above the name Yah was interpreted as Lord

Other names that include reference to YAH include:

Adoniyah (26) [Yah is my Lord]

Abiyah (20) [Yah is my father]

Achiyah (20) [Yah is my brother]

Uriyah (11) [Yah is my light]

Malchiyah (6) [Yah is my king]

Hodiyah (5) [Yah is my majesty]

Toviyah (3) [Yah is my goodness]

Yiriyahu (2) [Yah sees me]

Eliyahu. [Yah is my God] the name for Elijah the Tishbite

It all make since when you read this scripture… If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land…2 Chron 7:14 (KJV)

Thy words were found, and I did eat them; and thy word was unto me the joy and rejoicing of mine heart: for I am called by thy name, O Lord (YHWH) God of hosts. Jer 15:16 (KJV)

Important Note: Yirmeyâh (Jeremiah) Said “I am called by thy Name” which means “Yah will rise!” notice this important fact, his name DO NOT contain YHWH, Yahweh, Yehovah, Yahowah, Jehovah, Lord, God or any of the names people call on. Only the name YAH. The same with many of the people of the scriptures contain the name YAH.

I find it strange that all the places where Yah was originally written in the scriptures was translated as lord, except for Psalms 68:4 It seems as if there was an attempt to hide the name of the Father by the translators. Who would do such a thing?

The translators may have had some very evil intentions. Just think about it, all of the names have been translated to names that have no meaning, so when you call these names you are not confessing the truths about the most high. The Hebrew name YAH’shua or Yahoshua, means Yah is salvation or Yah has Saved. So then each and every time you pray, preach, teach or speak using his name you are confessing that Yah (the father) has saved you!

Let’s look at one of the most used scriptures by the churches today:

That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus or Master Yah’shua (or Yah is salvation) , and shalt believe in thine heart that God (YAH) hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. 10 For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation. 11 For the scripture saith, Whosoever believeth on him shall not be ashamed. Romans 10:9-11 (KJV)

This passage takes on a whole new meaning doesn’t it? Just think about it
We should not be ashamed to use his true name.

Also, keep in mind that YHWH is not the name of the Father as many suppose. Yahweh is not his name. His name is YAH. Yah 3050 Hebrew definition is “the sacred name of the Father“—Strong’s Talking Greek & Hebrew Dictionary. You can look it up your self to verify. YHWH is over 6,828 times in the Bible and still it is not his name. YHWH is 3068 meaning self-Existent or Eternal; plus Yahh thus when you see YHWH 3068 or LORD in the scriptures it is actually saying “Yah, the self existent one.” His name is actually only YH in the Hebrew letters or YAH. Therefore Yahweh means “Yah, the self existent one.”

Scriptures Reveal the Hidden Name of the Son

Let’s now discover the hidden name of the Son.

Using the same approach as above, we will first look at several passages that give us some valuable clues:
And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins. (Matthew 1:21)
In the above passage, we are told that the name of the Son translated into Greek, and then we are given reason for the Hebrew meaning of His name: “for he shall save his people from their sins.” This meaning tells us that His name includes some form of the Hebrew word yasha, Strong’s number meaning “save, saviour, salvation.”

salvation is 3444 yeshûʿâ—feminine passive participle of (yasha`); something saved, i.e. (abstract) deliverance; hence aid, victory, prosperity :- deliverance, health, help (-ing), salvation, save, saving.

This is where you get the name Yahu-shua or Yahowshuwa from Yah plus yeshua(salvation) Yah is salvation

Here is another clue seen in Hebrews:
For if Jesus had given them rest, then would he not afterward have spoken of another day. (Hebrews 4:8)
Notice from the context that this passage is referring to Joshua son of Nun, who brought the Israelites into the Promised Land. We then have our second clue—that the Hebrew name Joshua was translated as the Greek name Jesus.

Let’s look at a third clue in the same chapter of Hebrews:
Seeing then that we have a great high priest, that is passed into the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold fast our profession. (Hebrews 4:14)
In order to prove the passage in Hebrews, we should look for the Scripture passages in Torah, that reveal the name of the great High Priest in the heavens. Now notice the following:
And he shewed me Joshua the high priest standing before the angel of the LORD, and Satan standing at his right hand to resist him. (Zechariah 3:1)

Hear now, O Joshua the high priest, thou, and thy fellows that sit before thee: for they are men wondered at: for, behold, I will bring forth my servant the BRANCH. (Zechariah 3:8)

Then take silver and gold, and make crowns, and set them upon the head of Joshua the son of Josedech, the high priest; 12 And speak unto him, saying, Thus speaketh the LORD of hosts, saying, Behold the man whose name is The BRANCH; and he shall grow up out of his place, and he shall build the temple of the LORD: (Zechariah 6:11-12)
The above passages tell us the name of the High Priest in the heavens is called Joshua, Strong’s number , the Hebrew name Y@howshuwa, pronounced “Yah-hu-shoo’-ah.”

This Hebrew name Yaho-shua is a compound of two Hebrew words. The first word is the abbreviated name of the Father, Yah , Strong’s number or HaYah . The second word is a form of the word yasha, Strong’s number , meaning “save, saviour, salvation.” Taken together, the name Yahu-shua means “Yah is Saviour” or “HaYah is Salvation.”

This brings us back to the first clue seen above in Matthew 1:21, where we are told the meaning of the Son’s  name was because “he shall save his people from their sins.” This name Yaho-shua confirms the meaning, and reveals the purpose for his name.

The biggest clue is a statement that the Savior made himself in .John 5:43 (KJV)… 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. If he truly came in his Father’s name we should see his Father’s name in his name. Since the father’s name is YAH we can conclude that the Son’s name cannot be Jesus because we do not see the Fathers name in Jesus. However we do see the Father’s name in Yahusha or Yahoshua. So which name is it? I often come accross many people that call him Yahusha, Yahoshua, Yahowah, Yah-hu-wah, Yah-hu-weh, , Ya-hu-wah, Yahowshuwa and many more. Which is the true name of the son?

The son said “I am come in my Father’s name” which means as long as you are saying the name Yah you can’t go wrong. Any one of the Son’s name that has Yah in it is good. I don’t recommend that you use his Aramaic name Yeshua because it does not contain the name Yah, but it contains the word “Yes” which if you play it backwards is Satan.

What name do they praise in heaven?

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. Rev 3:8 (KJV)

Now, we know that the name referred to here was not Jesus, and what name was he talking about?

When the church, the body of Yahusha the Messiah (Jesus Christ) finally makes it to heaven, and the believers on earth are caught up to the throne, the great multitude, the 24 elders and the 4 living creatures all began to praise this name. At the marriage supper of the Lamb there is a great amount of praising going on and what name do they praise?

Rev 19:1-7 (KJV)…1 And after these things I heard a great voice of much people in heaven, saying, Hallelu-Yah (Praise ye Yah); Salvation, and glory, and honour, and power, unto YHWH our God: 2 For true and righteous are his judgments: for he hath judged the great whore, which did corrupt the earth with her fornication, and hath avenged the blood of his servants at her hand. 3 And again they said Hallelu-Yah (Praise ye Yah) . And her smoke rose up for ever and ever. 4 And the four and twenty elders and the four beasts fell down and worshipped God that sat on the throne, saying, Amen; Hallelu-Yah (Praise ye Yah). 5 And a voice came out of the throne, saying, Praise our God, all ye his servants, and ye that fear him, both small and great. 6 And I heard as it were the voice of a great multitude, and as the voice of many waters, and as the voice of mighty thunderings, saying, Hallelu-Yah (Praise ye Yah): for YHWH El-Shaddai reigneth. 7 Let us be glad and rejoice, and give honour to him: for the marriage of the Lamb is come, and his wife hath made herself ready.

Hallelu-Yah which means Praise ye Yah! YAH is his name, the name everyone praises in heaven.
In your King James Version, it translate the Hebrew word HalleluYah as Alleluia Greek to hide the true name of the Father. This was the trick of the enemy so that we would not call on the true name of the Father or the Son. Please do not misunderstand things. I know that you called of the false name of the Father and Son and he heard you and responded to you. But what you got to understand is that the father was responding to your faith and because you were ignorant he over looked it. If my son was in the front yard and screamed Dad! That’s not my name , but you can bet I’m going to come running. The Father understands that, but now the time has come for us to come into the knowledge of the truth.

Acts 17:30-31….And the times of this ignorance God winked at; but now commandeth all men every where to repent: 31 Because he hath appointed a day, in the which he will judge the world in righteousness…

We better wake up, the time of our ignorance is over and the truth is out. Don’t be foolish.

Satan made sure that all of the original names and places of the scriptures was changed to hide the truth and to deceive anyone the read the scriptures.

The Conclusion:

We know now that the name Lord Jesus and Jehovah is not the true name of the Father and Son. This statement was take from a comment on a facebook group post by Archie M Barrier Jr. 9:59am Dec 2:

“The familiar word “Halleluyah” is a Hebrew imperative meaning “praise you Yah,” and is the same in any language. If the argument is legitimate that we speak English and should not use any Hebrew words, like the sacred Name, then “halleluyah” is forbidden and so are hundreds of other Biblical words and names coming directly from the Hebrew into our English text. The fact is, the names of many Hebrew Bible patriarchs are easily recognizable in English. Abraham and Sarah are pronounced almost the same in the Hebrew as in English. The Hebrew names Rebecca and Deborah are pronounced the same in English. Other names include: Adam, Benjamin, Dan, Daniel, David, Joseph, Reuben, Saul, and Solomon. Even the name of the adversary, Satan, sounds almost the same in Hebrew. (Satan sounds more like Saw-tawn, in Hebrew, but is still recognized.) Because names are transliterated (the sound brought across) from one language to another, we can know that Schaffer is German, Kawasaki is Japanese, Renault is French, Andropov is Russian, Mussolini is Italian, and Kowalski is Polish. Curiously, names do not change from one language to another. If they did, then we would need to come up with an English version of these and thousands of other foreign names!”

“Again…. Personal names do not translate…
Archie M Barrier Jr. 9:59am Dec 2
Again…. Personal names do not translate across languages. For instance, Ariel Sharon is still Ariel Sharon in any country or language. Personal names do not translate, they transliterate. In other words, they retain the pronunciation as much as possible. Even so, “The LORD” is not a translation of the name “Yah”. It is a direct replacement. Put simply, the translators admit they substituted Yah’s name for a title. All for the sake of an unscriptural tradition. Yah’s name is in scripture nearly 7000 times. And nearly 7000 times they replaced it (not translated it) with “the LORD”, or “GOD”. I wouldn’t want someone to change my name unless it was Yah. And it is clear that according to the third commandment that Yah doesn’t want anyone to change or falsify His name either. Think about this for a moment. What makes man think he has the authority to change the name of the one who created him, and who created all things? We don’t have that right! For instance, in the scriptures we see that one who changes the name of another is always in authority over them. Yahusha renamed Simon. Yahweh renamed Abram to Abraham. Adam named the animals. We have no authority to rename our Heavenly Father or His Messiah Yahusha. We need to be sure we leave things as He inspired it.”

“Again satan removes the fathers name….. Yahusha was replaced with Yeshua, removing the Father’s name. So we end up with a non glorified prefix, and what appears to be a pagan suffix, all for the sake of the Greek culture.The Father, YAH, receives no glory as YAH should be present.The suffix is not associated with the meaning “salvation”. (The Latin translation for savior is Salvare and the Greek translation for savior is Soter from the root word Sozo; which, if you were trying to retain the meaning you would have Iasalvare, Iasoter, Iasozo or Iaosozo in the practical sense, but if the true translation were the motive in Koine Greek, then the name would have been written as Iaosee to translate and join the fathers name (Iao, Iah or Yah) with save (osee or ause). Academic references state that “the evidence of the Greek Church fathers shows the forms Iabe and Iâo to be traditional, as well as the shortened Hebrew forms of the words Jah and Jahu” (Encarta desk encyclopedia). The creation of Iesous is therefore a hybrid creation, one of mixed origin and composition; it cannot be rooted back to Yahusha, which acknowledged the father nor did it show his purpose which is to save. The conclusion is the name was changed to appease the Greeks.”

We have discovered the true names of the Father and the Son, hidden in Scripture. We have also seen some examples of how Torah is to be used to verify every truth found within the New Testament writings.

I do also believe that the Father knows when someone is truly calling him regardless of the name we use, He looks at the heart of man, but nevertheless He is calling every man everywhere to repent. He wants us to know his name or else why would the Psalmist ask the questions, “What is his name, and what is his son’s name, if you can tell?”

What do you say, Dear Reader? Yahusha is asking us today these two questions:
“Whom do you say that I am?”

“What is His name, and what is His Son’s name, if you can tell?”

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