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God Revealed In His Names (1)
All through the Bible, names have great significance. Each name has a specific meaning and a special appropriateness to the person named. For instance, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob all had their names changed, or selected, by God Himself.
God Revealed In His Names (2)
Since God’s name, Elohim, occurs so often in the Bible, it’s good if we know exactly what it means. First, Elohim is God’s primary name; and second, it is plural in form – but is usually followed by a singular verb. What does this mean for us? In Derek’s words, it is the totality of all that is God.
God Revealed In His Names (3)
When reading your Bible, do you find it interesting to see that the word “Lord” sometimes appears in capital letters? Today, Derek will focus on that fact, revealing that this represents the sacred, personal name of God, translated Jehovah or Yahweh, which means “He is who He is.”
God Revealed In His Names (4)
The name Jehovah or Yahweh is directly linked with seven specific names representing seven aspects of God’s covenant-keeping faithfulness in His dealings with humankind. The first of these that Derek explains is “The One Who Provides”—or Jehovah Jireh. And His covenant is unbreakable.
God Revealed In His Names (5)
In the order in which the names of God appear in the Bible, the second personal name of Jehovah is “The One Who Heals.” In the story of the Canaanite woman seeking healing for her daughter, Derek teaches us that “healing is the children’s bread.” And all she needed was “just one crumb.”
God Revealed In His Names (6)
In wartime, sometimes the army gets disorganized and scattered. That’s when the standard bearer finds a hill and holds up the banner for all to see. Then all can regroup around that banner. Our standard-bearer is the Holy Spirit, calling the troops to rally around the banner—Jehovah.