Is IAM also YaHshua?
Q: I have read your study about the Great IAM. Are you saying that the IAM of Exodus 3:14, is YaHshua? Okay, then make that connection with the New Covenant. https://www.servantsofyahshua.com/i-am-the-great-iam.html
A: Right, let's go to the Book of Revelation. The language people, pretty much accept that the Book of Revelation was originally written in Aramaic, a Semitic language kin to Hebrew and a Language our Savior spoke as did all of the Jews living in the land around Jerusalem. The Greek language was not very popular and when it came to religious matters and the First Converts being mostly Jews, Aramaic would have been the language of choice. The Jews, especially round Jerusalem and the Temple Mount, spoke a Hebrew dialect called, Aramaic. It was not lawful for a Jew to enter a Gentile home, and that alone should tell us that the Jew's attitude toward non-Jews -- Acts 10:28; 11:2-3, John 4:9
Here is the New Covenant reveal, proving that YaHshua and YaHWeH are and were one and the same:
If you have already read the study articles found on this Website, then you understand the true and reveal that IAM, from the Hebrew is really, HaYaH, which is to say, The YaH, not I'am. The definition for "HaYaH" is many, but the same, that is, all pointing to eternity -- is, was, become, causes and to be.
(Rev 1:8) I am the Alpha and the Omega, says the Lord God, "who is (hayah), and who was (hayah), and who is (hayah) to come, the Almighty."(Rev 22:13) I am (haYaH) the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.(Exo 3:14) And God said unto Moses, I AM (haYaH) THAT I AM (haYaH): and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM (haYaH 0 hath sent me unto you.(Exo 3:14) And GodH430 saidH559 untoH413 Moses,H4872 I AMH1961 THATH834 I AM:H1961 and he said,H559 ThusH3541 shalt thou sayH559 unto the childrenH1121 of Israel,H3478 I AMH1961 hath sentH7971 me untoH413 you.IAM = Hayah, or haYaH, The YaHOriginal: היה- Transliteration: Hayah- Phonetic: haw-yaw- Definition:1. to be, become, come to pass, exist, happen, fall out***IAM The Hebrew and Greek Dictionary -- Strong's: A primitive root (compare H1933); to exist that is be or become come to pass (always emphatic and not a mere copula or auxiliary): - beacon X altogether be (-come accomplished committed like) break cause come (to pass) continue do faint fall + follow happen X have last pertain quit (one-) self require X use.Additonal Info:The Greek uses Alpha and the Omega, meaning the First and the Last, or, the Beginning and the End.In the Aramaic or Hebrew it is, the Aleph, the first letter, and the Taw, the last letter. The context is that He is the representative of the First and the Last, He is the Beginning and the End.
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