Both LORD and CHRIST
(This is saying that he is BOTH YHWH and Christ (anointed Son).
It would not make sense to me if he is saying that He made him "both" "master" and Christ, because they already knew that Christ is master, but they didn't know that he was "both" YHWH and Christ. See Acts 2:36, which teaches that when they heard that he was "both" YHWH "and" Christ, they immediately asked what must they do, and the reply was to repent and be baptized in "one" "singular" name, (Not three) which is the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, which is in obedience to the command in Matthew 28:19.)
He is both LORD and Christ and the Scripture teaches that "both" poured out the Holy Spirit.
Mark 1:8 KJVS
 "I indeed have baptized you with water: but "he" (The Messiah) shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost."
Acts 2:33 "Therefore being by the right hand of God exalted, and having received of the Father the promise of the Holy Ghost, "he" hath shed/poured forth this, which ye now see and hear."
Then after explaining that the Son poured out the Holy Spirit in verse 36, Peter explains that "he" (singular) is both LORD and Christ, or God and man.
Joel 2:27-28 "And ye shall know that "I am in the midst of Israel", and that "I am the LORD (YHWH) your God", and none else: and my people shall "never be ashamed."
 "And it shall come to pass afterward, that "I" will pour out my spirit" upon all flesh; and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, your young men shall see visions:"
Notice Joel 2:28 says that God will pour out His spirit, and Acts 2:33 teaches the Son poured it out, and Mark 1:8 teaches the Son will baptize with the Holy Spirit. (Who poured it out?)
John 14:16-18,25-26,28 KJVS
 And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you "another Comforter", that he may abide with you for ever;  Even the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth him not, neither knoweth him: but ye know him; for "he dwelleth with you", and "shall be in you". (Who dwelleth with them, and shall be in them?)  I will not leave you comfortless: "I" will come to you" (is the Messiah going to come to them in another form, as the Holy Spirit?)...  These things have I spoken unto you, being "yet present with you".  But the "Comforter", which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in "my name", he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you...  Ye have heard how I said unto you, "I" go away", and "come again" unto you. If ye loved me, ye would rejoice, because I said, "I go unto the Father": for my Father is greater than I." (Is he going back to the Spirit/Father, who is greater than the Son/flesh, and then coming back as the comforter, Who can then get in everyone?)
Notice it appears that the Son is going away and is coming back to them in a different manifestations or form.
Another comforter, is coming, which is greater than himself as the Son, and unless he goes away the Comforter will not come.
John 16:7 KJVS
 Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It is expedient for you that I go away: for "if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you"; but if I depart, I will send him unto you."
John 2:19,21 "Jesus answered and said unto them, Destroy this temple, and in three days "I" will raise it up...  But he spake of the temple of his body."
(this is obviously the Father speaking of the Son, or His undefiled temple that he is livening in, A temple made without hands.)
Isaiah 9:6 describes him as "both" God and man, or Father and Son.
Isaiah 9:6 "For unto us a child is born, unto us a "son is given": and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, "The mighty God", "The everlasting Father", The Prince of Peace."
God "in" Christ.
2 Corinthians 5:19 "To wit, that God was in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself, not imputing their trespasses unto them; and hath committed unto us the word of reconciliation."
When you see the Son, you see the Father, because the fullness of the Father is in the Son.
John 14:7-10 "If ye had known me, ye should have known my Father also: and "from henceforth ye know him, and "have seen" him".  Philip saith unto him, Lord, shew us the Father, and it sufficeth us.  Jesus saith unto him, Have I been so long time with you, and yet hast thou not known "me", Philip? he that hath seen me hath seen the Father; and how sayest thou then , Shew us the Father?  Believest thou not that I am in the Father, and the Father in me? the words that I speak unto you I speak not of myself: but "the Father that dwelleth in me", he doeth the works."
(These verses needs no explanation, the Father is in his Son, therefore he is "both" God and man.)
(Him being "both" God and man, is a great Mystery, but revealed in these last days.)
1 Timothy 3:16 "And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: "God was manifest in the flesh", justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory."
This is the exact same thing that John spoke of in John 1:1-14.
John 1:1,14 "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God (YHWH), and "the Word was God (YHWH)"...  And the "Word (YHWH) was made flesh", and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth."
(God is his word and was made flesh and dwelt among us, just like the Prophets said he would.)
Isaiah 35:4-6 "Say to them that are of a fearful heart, Be strong, fear not: behold, "your God will come" with vengeance, even God with a recompence; "he" will come and save you.  "Then" the eyes of the blind shall be opened", and "the ears of the deaf shall be unstopped".  Then shall the lame man leap as an hart, and the tongue of the dumb sing: for in the wilderness shall waters break out, and streams in the desert."
(This is obviously saying that when "God comes", the lame will walk, blind eyes will be opened, etc. and when John heard in the prison, that the Messiah was doing these works, he sent two of his disciples to ask the question "are you Him", that is to come, or do we look for another? The answer was obviously, yes, the lame walk, the blind see, etc. I am God in my Son, doing these works, don't look for another, I am "both" God and man. See Matthew 11:2-6.)
Luke 7:16 "And there came a fear on all: and they glorified God, saying, That a great prophet is risen up among us; and, That "God hath visited his people."
(The anti-Christ spirit can not confess that Yahweh is come in the flesh.)
1 John 4:2-3 "Hereby know ye the Spirit of God: Every spirit that confesseth that Jesus (YHWH) Christ is come in the flesh is of God:  And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus (YHWH) Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world."
2 John 1:7,9 "For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus (YHWH) Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist.  Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he hath "both" the Father and the Son."
(if you believe in the true doctrine of Christ, you have "both", the Father and the Son.)
1 John 5:20 "And we know that the Son of God is come, and hath given us an understanding, that we may know him that is true, and we are in him that is true, even in his Son Jesus Christ. This is the "true God", and eternal life."
(The one true God, and Eternal life dwells in His Son.)
When it says that the world was made by him etc. they are speaking of him as God Almighty in the flesh of His Son.
When they wrote letters to the church and said "greetings from God the father and the master Messiah Christ, they could be referring to him, Messiah (singular), because they understood Him to be BOTH.
Thomas actually calls him God.
John 20:28 KJVS
 And Thomas answered and said unto him, My Lord and my God.
Strong's Definition of "manifest" in flesh
From G5318; to render apparent (literally or figuratively): - appear manifestly declare (make) manifest (forth) shew (self).
Both Lord and Christ is also seen in Zachariah 14:4 compared with Revelations 14:1, Zachariah teaches us that YHWH himself stands on Mount Zion and Revelations teaches us the Lamb is the one standing on Mount Zion, which shows he is "both", just like he is "both" the root and offspring of David!
In other words he was David's creator and he was David's descendent, making him "both" LORD and Christ!
Revelation 22:6,16,  "And he said unto me, These sayings are faithful and true: and "the Lord God of the holy prophets sent his angel" to shew unto his servants the things which must shortly be done....  "I" Jesus (YHWH) have sent "mine angel" to testify unto you these things in the churches. "I" (YHWH) am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright and morning star."
Notice verse 6 teaches Yahweh the father, God of the Holy prophets, "sent his angel", and then in verse 16 he repeats again, that he sent his angel, and adds that He is "both" the Root and offspring of David.
This shows that the name Yahweh belongs in verse 16, where we see the name Jesus!
The name Jesus is only there because of the tradition not to say the name Yahweh, and therefore hides the fact that it is Yahweh himself that is "both" the Root and offspring of David. Same as John 1:1 shows that He is both God and his Word.
Revelations 5:5 teaches the Root of David is the Lion of Judah that prevailed to open the book, and verses 6 and 9 teaches the Lamb opened the book!
This teaches us that he is not only "both" the Root and offspring of David, but is also "both" the Lion, and the Lamb, that opened the book.
Yahweh the Father, the powerful Lion, used His humble Lamb, Yahweh the Son, to open the book and lose the seals thereof, Because he is both God and man, or Father and Son, or LORD and Christ.
When they substituted the name Yahweh for name Joshua, it confuses us who must confess that Yahweh is come in the flesh. Why confess that the Son is come in the flesh, when the Son is flesh?
1 John 4:2 "Hereby know ye the Spirit of God: Every spirit that confesseth that Jesus (YHWH) Christ is come in the flesh is of God:"
YHWH Christ come in the flesh, not Joshua Christ is come in the flesh.
Because of the tradition not to say the name Yahweh, people are confessing that the Son, who is flesh, come in the flesh, and are being deceived into following the Anti YHWH Christ spirit, which cannot believe he is "both".
Side Note: God manifested in the flesh served another purpose. It allowed God himself to be touched with the feelings of our infirmities. Otherwise we could accuse God of not knowing how it is to be flesh and tempted with sin.
John 3:18 and Romans 10:14, with many other Scriptures teach that if you do not know the Son's name, you cannot be saved!!!!
David call's the Son YHWH!
In Peter's sermon about the Messiah, in Acts 2:25, says that David spoke concerning him (the Son), and said that "I (David) foresaw YHWH (the Son) always before my (David's) face, for he is on my (David's) right hand that I (David) should not be moved:"
Psalm 16:8 says the exact same thing which conclusively proves that it is YHWH the Son, that is on David's right hand, not YHWH the Father, as Peter so eloquently points out, when he says, "for David spoke concerning him", ("him", referring to YHWH the Son)
This exact quotes comes from Psalm 16:8, where David clearly calls the the Son YHWH! And this same name belongs not only in verse 25, but in verses 32, 36, and 38, instead of the name Jesus which was substituted because of the tradition of not saying the name YHWH!!!
John the Baptist also teachers the Son's name is YHWH, and there is none greater than John the Baptist, who introduced the Messiah to the world and most surely knew what his name was!
The Father YHWH, through the prophet Isaiah, prophesied that John the Baptist would come on the scene and preach to prepare the way of The Messiah YHWH the Son of the All Mighty, Isaiah 40:3.
John the Baptist was the forerunner of the Messiah, and prepared his way, and called him YHWH, and would have introduced him to the world, by the name YHWH, according to the scripture found in Isaiah 40:3, Compare that with Mark 1:3.
Mark 1:3 speaks of the gospel (good news) of someone's name (King James has Jesus, but should be YHWH), who is the Son of God, and follows up by saying, "As it is written in the prophets, Behold, I (YHWH the Father) send my (Father 's) messenger (John the baptist) before thy face (Son's face), which shall prepare thy way (Son's way) before thee (the Son)  The voice (John's voice) of one crying in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the LORD (YHWH the Son), Mark 1:1-3.
The Prophet Isaiah teachers John was preparing the way of YHWH the Son, because the word LORD is in all capital letters in Isaiah 40:3.
From the above, it is obvious that Mark understood that YHWH the Farther sent his servant John to prepare the way of YHWH the Son, and actually calls him YHWH, which is in perfect harmony with Jeremiah 23:6, which says to call him YHWH. Why is this undeniable fact so hard to accept???
We know this is talking about YHWH the Son, because we know John was preparing the way of the Son of The All Mighty (Who is called YHWH in Isaiah 40:3), because scripture made reference to the shoes the Son wore, and John says was unworthy to unloose them. This proves that John is referring to preparing the way of YHWH the Son of the Almighty and is calling him YHWH, which is in perfect harmony with Jeremiah 23:6, which teaches to call his Son YHWH!
It is a scriptural fact that the Heavenly Father specifically teaches to call "his Son" YHWH, Jeremiah 23:6! This is not a suggestion, but a lawful command!
It is also a fact that the Heavenly Father specifically said that "in the last days", whosoever calls on the name YHWH, (in the last days), will be delivered, or saved! See The prophecy in Joel 2:33, and it's fulfillment in Acts 2:21. This is a promise and is "exactly" what they were doing in the "last days" in Acts 2:16 -38, please read it for yourself, and see that the early church were fulfilling the prophecy of Joel, and absolutely were calling on YHWH the Son for salvation, just like Joel's prophecy said they would do.
It truly came to pass, and the early church saints were calling on the name of YHWH the Son for salvation, but most bibles has the name Jesus/Joshua (because of the tradition not to say the name YHWH, and therefore call on another name, in which there is no salvation, Acts 4:12.), and is contrary to the name YHWH that Joel spoke of.
It is obvious that someone followed the tradition of not saying the name YHWH, in the New Testament, and therefore hid the name YHWH behind the name Jesus in the New Testament, because the Son had the Father,s name YHWH, and they hid it, just like they hid the name YHWH behind the name Jehovah in the Old Testament.
Proverbs 18:10 says, "The name YHWH is a strong tower: the righteous runneth into it, and is safe." I personally want to be safe.
If the sons name is Yeshua or any form thereof, then it would be found in the Old testament Scriptures! No matter what his name is it should be found in the Old Testament.
Remember the Son's name is very important, and it should and have been brought forth unless it was a name that someone wanted to hide, like the name YHWH, in the Old and New Testament.
Should we believe what the Holy prophets said about the Son's name, or the New testament manuscripts that do not date back to the time of the New Testament?
The question is, concerning the name YHWH, should we believe the prophecies of the prophets which date back to before the tradition of not saying the name, or the New Testament manuscripts which were written after the tradition of not saying the name, which do not even date back to the time of the Messiah.
There are many places in the New Testament where the apostles were persecuted for the name of the Son, and were commanded not to preach or teach no more in that name. (read the book of Acts)
The evidence shows that the Father's name was hid behind titles like LORD, GOD, and even Jehovah, in the Old Testament, and LORD, GOD, and even Jesus, in the New Testament.
Everyone who has done even the least study of the name YHWH, correctly realizes that the Bibles we have today and the earliest manuscripts from which they were translated from, cannot be trusted concerning the name YHWH, and that is because they do not date back far enough, and were written after the tradition of not saying the name, and that is an undeniable fact, you cannot trust them in this matter!
It is prophesied, in Jeremiah 23:6, that the Branch, or descendent of David (Son) would be called YHWH!
We know that he is our righteousness.
The Scripture teaches that without knowing the saviors name, you cannot call upon it, and therefore if you cannot call upon it, then you cannot be saved! (Romans 10:12-14)
There is a scriptural way to know 100% what the Son's name is, and that is to believe the Scriptures (as written) without trying to put a private interpretation on what it says, according to 2nd Peter 19-21, and Jeremiah 23:6 is a good place to start, which teaches to call him YHWH.
I see no reason NOT to believe what the prophet Jeremiah says in Jeremiah 23:6, or to put a private interpretation on it, I.e. call him YHWH, pure and simple.
The elect of the Almighty is not called to try to disprove what the Prophets clearly says but to believe it and verify it to others.
John the Baptist teachers the Son's name is YHWH, and there is none greater than John the Baptist, who introduced the Messiah to the world and most surely knew what his name was!
The Father YHWH, through the prophet Isaiah, prophesied that John the Baptist would come on the scene and preach to prepare the way of The Messiah YHWH the Son, Isaiah 40:3.
John the Baptist was the forerunner of the Messiah, and prepared his way, and called him YHWH, and would have introduced him to the world, by the name YHWH, according to the scripture found in Isaiah 40:3, Compare that with Mark 1:3.
Mark 1:3 speaks of the gospel (good news) of someone's name, who is the son of God, and follows up by saying, "As it is written in the prophets, Behold, I (YHWH the Father) send my messenger (John the baptist) before thy face (Son's face), which shall prepare thy way (Son's way) before the (the Son)  (John was) The voice of one crying in the wilderness, (John) Prepare ye the way of the LORD (YHWH the Son), Mark 1:1-3.
From the above, it is obvious that Mark understood that the Farther sent his servant John to prepare the way of his Son, and is calling him YHWH.
We know this is talking about YHWH the Son, because we know John was preparing the way of the Son of The All Mighty (Who is called YHWH in Isaiah 40:3), because scripture made reference to the shoes the Son wore, and John says he was unworthy to lose them. This proves that John is referring to preparing the way of the Son of the Almighty and is calling him YHWH, which is in perfect harmony with Jeremiah 23:6, which teaches to call his Son YHWH!
It is a scriptural fact that the Heavenly Father specifically teaches to call "his Son" YHWH, Jeremiah 23:6! This is not a suggestion, but a lawful command!
It is also a fact that the Heavenly Father specifically said that "in the last days", whosoever calls on the name YHWH, (in the last days), will be delivered, or saved! See Joel 2:33. This is a promise and is "exactly" what they were doing in the "last days" in Acts 2:16 through Acts 2:38, please read it for yourself, and see that the early church were fulfilling the prophecy of Joel, and absolutely were calling on the Son's name, YHWH, for salvation, just like Joel's prophecy said they would do.
It truly came to pass, and the early church saints were calling on the name YHWH for salvation, but most bibles has the name Jesus/Joshua (because of the tradition not to say the name), which is contrary to the name YHWH that Joel spoke of.
It is obvious that someone followed the tradition of not saying the name YHWH, and therefore hid the name YHWH behind the name Jesus in the New Testament, just like they hid the name YHWH behind the name Jehovah in the Old Testament.
I can share my notes, which prove that the tradition of hiding the name YHWH carried over into the New Testament, for anyone who is interested.
Acts 4:12 clearly teaches that there's "only one name" in the world (under heaven) for men's salvation, or to be saved by!
The scripture clearly teaches that the Son is the Saviour of the world, and the above verses alone, proves that the Son has the Father's saving name (YHWH).
Acts 10:43 Teaches that All the Prophets said that if we believe on him "through his name", we shall receive remission of sins. And while Peter yet spake these words, the Holy Spirit fell on all them which heard the word. Acts 10:44. Hopefully the same will happen to someone who read or hears these same words.
There is a certain name that will hook you up with the one who shed his blood for you, and it's the only name that you can call on that will do that. We must believe on that certain name.
John 3:18 says that we are condemned already if we do not believe in the name of the Son of the All Mighty!
The apostle Paul confirm the above, by teaching that there is no difference between Jews and Greeks, but whosoever calls on the name YHWH (quoting from the same prophet Joel), shall be saved. But Paul goes on to teach that if you do not know the name, you cannot call on it and cannot be saved! Romans 10:14.
Read the following and you will also see that the Son himself claimed that he had the Father's name, and the apostle Luke teaches that there is no other name under heaven that you can be saved by. Acts 4:12.
The apostle Paul also quotes Joel 2:32, Romans 10:13, same as Peter, Acts 2:21, and insinuates that if you do not know his name you cannot be saved, Romans 10:14.
John 3:18 specifically says that people are condemned because they do not believe in the name of the only begotten son of the All Mighty. Are you one of those? How can you believe in the name of the Son, if you don't know his name?
The Father and his Son has the very same name (YHWH)!
YHWH himself is very specific when he says to call his son YHWH, Jeremiah 23:6.
If there were many gods with the name YHWH, which one created heaven and earth?
But if there was only one YHWH and his name one, it would separate him from all the others and give him glory for everything!
If our Savior was named Joshua, and there were many people with the name Joshua, which one died for our sins?
Only one person had the son's name (YHWH), and that is the son of YHWH the Father!
There is only one name under heaven and there cannot be two names under heaven! For salvation!
There cannot be several people with the son's name, no more than there can be several gods with the Father's name!
Only 1 name of one person will hook you up with the one who shed his blood for you!
The glory and praise can only go to one Being with one name or else it will not work!
The only sure way for that being to get the glory for anything, is for him to have a name above every name and no one else can have that name, or there is confusion!
The Almighty is not the author of confusion!
Name Baptized Singular
To be baptized calling on the right name is very important!
It is also very important to believe on him through his name, in order to get you sins remitted.
"To him give all the prophets witness, that "through his name" whosoever believeth in him shall receive remission of sins."
Mark 16:16 He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned.
Luke 7:30 "But the Pharisees and lawyers rejected the counsel of God against themselves, being not baptized of him."
Luke 24:45-47 The messiah opened his disciples understanding and told them to "begin at Jerusalem", and preach repentance and remission of sins in his name (singular)!
 "Then opened he their understanding, that they might understand the scriptures,  And said unto them, Thus it is written, and thus it behoved Christ to suffer, and to rise from the dead the third day:  And that repentance and remission of sins should be preached "in his name" among all nations, beginning at Jerusalem.
He is not contradicting himself when he says in Matthew 28:19, "baptizing them in the name (singular) of the Farther, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit."
Acts 2:38 shows they began at Jerusalem, and how the apostles interpreted the command and carried it out, i.e. in one "single name".
Acts 2:38 "Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name (singular) of Jesus (YHWH) Christ for the "remission of sins", and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost."
The apostles were commanded in Matthew 28:19 to baptized in the name (singular) of the Father, and of the Son. Where is the Father's name in the above? Did the apostles disobey the command by baptizing in only one name? Or is there one single name of the Father and Son, like Matthew 28:19 says?
Acts 2:41 "Then they that gladly received his word were baptized: and the same day there were added unto them about three thousand souls."
Acts 8:12 "But when they believed Philip preaching the things concerning the kingdom of God, and the "name" of Jesus (YHWH) Christ, they were baptized, both men and women."
Acts 8:16 "For as yet he was fallen upon none of them: only they were baptized in the "name" (singular) of the Lord Jesus (YHWH)."
Acts 8:38 "And he commanded the chariot to stand still: and they went down both into the water, both Philip and the eunuch; and he baptized him"
Acts 9:18 "And immediately there fell from his eyes as it had been scales: and he received sight forthwith, and arose, and was baptized."
Acts 10:48 "And he commanded them to be baptized in the "name" of the Lord (YHWH)."
(again, we see only one (singular) name.) there is absolutely no evidence whatsoever of anyone ever baptizing in more than one name, and yet the apostles baptized in the name (singular) of the Farther and of the Son, or else they disobeyed the command in Matthew 28:19, therefore the Farther and the Son has to have the same name YHWH.)
Acts 16:33 "And he took them the same hour of the night, and washed their stripes; and was baptized, he and all his, straightway."
Acts 19:3-5 "And he said unto them, Unto what then were ye baptized? And they said, Unto John's baptism.  Then said Paul, John verily baptized with the baptism of repentance, saying unto the people, that they should believe on him which should come after him, that is, on Christ Jesus (YHWH).  When they heard this, they were baptized in the "name" of the Lord Jesus (YHWH)."
Acts 22:16 "And now why tarriest thou? arise, and be baptized, and wash away thy sins, calling on the "name" of the Lord (YHWH)."
Romans 6:3 "Know ye not, that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus (YHWH) Christ were baptized into his death?"
1 Corinthians 1:12-13 "Now this I say, that every one of you saith, I am of Paul; and I of Apollos; and I of Cephas; and I of Christ.  Is Christ divided? was Paul crucified for you? or were ye baptized in the "name" of Paul?"
Galatians 3:27 "For as many of you as have been baptized into Christ have put on Christ."
Galatians 3:28 "There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus(YHWH)."
Revelation 14:1 "And I looked, and, lo, a Lamb stood on the mount Sion, and with him an hundred forty and four thousand, having his "Father's name" written in their foreheads."
Noticed that they had the name YHWH in their foreheads.
Revelation 22:4 "And they shall see his face; and "his name" shall be in their foreheads."
Acts 2:25 name YHWH
On the day of Pentecost in the second chapter Acts, Peter explains how about 120 people were not drunk as accused, but was filled with the Holy Spirit spoken of by the prophet Joel, Verse 16 through 21.
Peter sums up Joel by saying that whosoever calls on the name YHWH shall be saved in verse 21.
Peter goes on to explain how that they crucified the Messiah and that the almighty raised him up, And explains what David said about him in verse 23 through 27, which I will come back to in a moment, Especially verse 25.
Peter continuous saying how that David has not ascended into the heavens but the Messiah has, and that the Almighty made him both Lord and Christ.
After hearing all this, the people asked what must they do?
Peter tells them that everyone of them must repent and be baptized in a certain name. Acts 2:38.
Most bibles has the name Je-sus there but it is evident that the name YHWH belongs here, not only because Peter has already quoted Joel, telling them that the saving name to call on in the last days was YHWH, but verse 25 actually proves that David said the Messiah's name was YHWH!
Peter says that David spoke concerning him, and quotes Psalm 16:8, Which clearly shows that David called the messiah YHWH, And this is the name that belongs in verse 38!
Romans 10:9-16 clearly explains that the son's name is YHWH
The Son had the fathers name, not because the sons name had a form of the fathers name mixed with the word for salvation in it, but because the son "was" the Saviour/deliver.
In other words he is The Almighty's Savior for the people. The prophets had a name that "meant" something but Son had the name and "was" that something. He "was" his name I.e. SAVIOUR!
All the prophet's names that had the short form of the father's name in it, was not names above every name.
Acts 15:26 KJV
 Men that have hazarded their lives for the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Not only is the son to be named after the father but also a mountain of that Abraham was on and also a city and I believe it all.
I have a business that is called by my name and I also have a son that is called by my name what's wrong with having two things called by your name?
If we can believe that a city is call by his name and A mountain call by his name why not the son of the Almighty called by his name?
My name is Arnold I have a septic company called Arnold's septic, I have a son named Arnold just because I have a company named Arnold's doesn't mean my son name is not on that same
Why was the mountain named that and why was the city named that?
Those who have not denied my name revelations
Whose name alone is holy! Psalms 148:13 says his name alone is excellent! Psalm 8 also!
The name is not in the power but the power is in the name
You could argue that the name Joshua is in the New Testament, Before it was Jesus
The same translators mistranslated the fathers name, in the same New Testament, so why not the sons name deceitfully
The Father had to have a different name to separate him from other gods and the Son had to have a name different than ever name that is named under heaven to separate him from other men!!!!!!!!
Try to imagine three or four other gods with the same name as the true God YHWH, and you wanted to give the true one praise, honor, and glory, through his name, or sing a song of praise to him, how could you do it???
The same is true with the Son of Elohim. If there were 3 men with the same name as the Son, then which one died for us, and which one is the Son of Elohim??? Suppose all of them had the common name of Joshua, etc.
I believe when you get out of the name the chain is broken. You might not want it to be, but the chain is broken to the one who shed his blood for you. The Son prayed to the Father, asking him to keep them in his name (The Father's name YHWH), he says it is the name that the Father gave to him, John 17:11.
John 17:11 reads different in some Bibles but according to Adam Clark and others, the genuine reading is that the Messiah is asking the Father to keep the disciples in his own name (The Father's name YHWH), the name that he also gave to him.
This is in perfect harmony with Jeremiah 23:6 (and other Scriptures) which teaches the Messiah or Son's name would be called YHWH.
The rulers of the day, did not like that, and Acts 9:14 says Paul had letters from the chief priest to bind all that call on thy name! Acts 9:15 -16 shows Paul must suffer for his name sake, and carry his name to many people.
The quote, "If my people which are called by my name" 2 Chronicles 7:14
"If my people, which are called by my name, shall....I will forgive their sins".
Isaiah 43:6-8 .."bring my sons from far, and my daughters from the ends of the earth;  Even every one that is called by my name:"
shows that his people are call by the name Yahweh, same as his son and the whole family of YHWH, that Paul spoke of!
Psalms 118:26 says blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord (YHWH), and the little children quoted this scripture when he came riding on the donkey. He truly came in his Father's name, see John 5:43.
Acts 4:17 they beat them and said speak no more in this name.
When you're in the truth you do not have to write volumes trying to explain away what Scripture clearly says, and I like not having to do that!
Yahshua, Joshua, etc, did not die for you.
You might say it doesn't matter what you call him, But if that is true, then you could call him by any name! If there is nothing wrong with calling him so-and-so and there's nothing wrong with calling him Jesus.
You can't believe in the only begotten son without knowing his name!!!!
Suppose there are many men out there in the world, with the same name, and one of them died for your sins, and you wanted to give glory and honor to him, there would be no way to do it. This is why the Savior had a name that no one under heaven had except him (Acts 4:12).
Suppose there was one person out there who had a different name from everyone, a name that is above every name that is named, in this world, and the world to come, and this name is the name of the one who done so many miracles etc., He would not give the glory and honor to anyone else.
The prayer of the Messiah was, our Farther, who art in heaven, HALLOW be thy name!
Maybe I should list all the many Scriptures about the name and challenge anyone to try to explain each one of them away
They commanded the people to speak no more in this name (YHWH).
The Son's name (YHWH) is not mentioned in the New Testament, which is the very same name as the Father's name, according to Jeremiah 23:6.
There is proof that the tradition of not saying the Name YHWH was carried over to the New Testament, and therefore if the Son really did inherit the same name as the Farther (YHWH), the name that is above every name (Hebrews 1:4 and Philippians 2:9), this would explain why the name Joshua is used is used in the New Testament, instead of the name YHWH, the name that the Father gave to his Son, because they had no problem using the name Joshua, but they did have a problem using the name of the Father and his Son (YHWH).
We understand they had a tradition not to say the Father's name YHWH, but why did they forbid anyone to speak the sons name? Could it be because it was the same name as the father, (Jeremiah 23:6)???
There is sufficient evidence in the book of Acts, that the name of the Son (YHWH) was not to be spoken, taught, or used, even though notable miracles were done in that name. The the tradition not to speak the name, was stronger than anything else, Including the miracles that was done in that name.
Part of his mission was to make the Father's name known back to the people. (John 17:6 "I have manifested thy name unto the men which thou gavest me out of the world:").
During the time of the New Testament there was a tradition not to speak the Father's name, and the people had forgotten it, but all through the book of Acts, we see that they did not want the name of the Son spoken either, could it be be because they had the same name???
Had the saviors name been any other name other than the Father's name (YHWH), I don't believe they would have any problem saying it!
The son could not have been called Joshua, or any form of it, because if that was the case they would not have commanded to people not to speak that name, because that was a common name, and there was no prohibition against speaking it!
1 John 5:13 KJV
 "These things have I written unto you that believe on the name of the Son of God; that ye may know that ye have eternal life, and that ye may believe on the name of the Son of God."
The Scripture says you must believe on him through his name to receive remission of sins.
John 20:31 "But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus (YHWH) is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name.
All the prophets gave witness that you must believe on him through his name
Acts 10:43 "To him give all the prophets witness, that through his name whosoever believeth in him shall receive remission of sins."
It appears that if you don't believe in the true name of the son of God through his name, you do not believe in the son of God, and you will not call on him through his name.
If the Father and the Son does not have the same name, then the apostles did not obey the Saviour's command in Matthew 28:19, where he told them to baptize in the name (Singular) of the Father, and of the Son, because they always baptized in only one single name.
Out of the many places in Scripture, that the apostles interpreted and carried out this command to baptized in the Father and Son's name, it was always done in only one Single name!
If that one single name of the Father and Son was Joshua, then that means the Father's name was Joshua also.
If that one single name of the Father and Son was YHWH, that means the Son's name was YHWH also, and is in harmony with Jeremiah 23:6, and Matthew 28:19.
I had rather believe the prophets and believe that the Son had the Father's name YHWH, than believe the New Testament, that the Father's and Son's name is Joshua.
That one single name in Matthew 28:19, has to be the Single name of the Father and Son, or else the apostles did not obey the Saviour's very specific and important command in Matthew 28:19, because they only baptized in one name, and there is no approved examples of them baptizing anyone in more than one name.
Where does the two names doctrine fit into Matthew 28:19???
Can you find one example where anyone was baptized in two names?
Can you show where someone was baptized in the name of the Father, unless the Father's name is Joshua?
We know Joshua is not the name of the Father and Son, and if they baptized in the name of Joshua, then something is very wrong, because we know the Father's name is not Joshua. Again, I had rather believe that the Son's name is YHWH, than believe that the Father's name is Joshua.
Jeremiah 23:6 does not teach to call his name Joshua, but instead it teaches to call his name YHWH, after his Father, And therefore the name of the Father and of the Son is YHWH, and this explains why the apostles interpreted Matthew 28:19 the way they did, and only baptized in One single name. They obviously believe the prophet Jeremiah.
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