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Bob Riebe 01-16-2019 10:22 AM

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Originally Posted by swim-with-beavers (Post 2055828692)
God’s reply in Hebrew was: ʼEh·yehʹ ʼAsherʹ ʼEh·yehʹ. Some translations render this as “I AM THAT I AM.” However, it is to be noted that the Hebrew verb ha·yahʹ, from which the word ʼEh·yehʹ is drawn, does not mean simply “be.” Rather, it means “become,” or “prove to be.” )

You are spewing bovine excrement again, just like the JW rewrite of the Bible.

The phrase translated “I am who I am” in Hebrew is ehyeh asher ehyeh. The word ehyeh is the first person common singular of the verb to be. It would be used in any number of normal situations: “I am watching the sheep,” “I am walking on the road,” or “I am his father.” However, when used as a stand-alone description, I AM is the ultimate statement of self-sufficiency, self-existence, and immediate presence. God’s existence is not contingent upon anyone else. His plans are not contingent upon any circumstances. He promises that He will be what He will be; that is, He will be the eternally constant God. He stands, ever-present and unchangeable, completely sufficient in Himself to do what He wills to do and to accomplish what He wills to accomplish.

What does "Yahveh" mean?
As he revealed it to Moses, God's full name is actually Ehyeh asher Ehyeh — "I will be what I will be." Ehyeh is the Qal imperfect first person form of the verb havah: "I will be."

ironglow 01-16-2019 10:31 AM

An example of Jesus part of the triune God head is found in John 8;


24 I said therefore unto you, that ye shall die in your sins: for if ye believe not that I am he, ye shall die in your sins.


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swim-with-beavers 01-16-2019 12:26 PM

so , what does it mean when Jehovah says " I am jehovah" ? is he saying jehovah,Jehovah? lol.

swim-with-beavers 01-16-2019 12:28 PM

btw when some one says I am they are only referring to them selves . it's not a name

bugeye 01-16-2019 02:26 PM

Bob, IG, JWs aren't smart enough to study and learn. I'm afraid that short of a miracle, they are lost.
All you can do is pray for that miracle.

swim-with-beavers 01-16-2019 07:46 PM

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Originally Posted by bugeye (Post 2055828890)
Bob, IG, JWs aren't smart enough to study and learn. I'm afraid that short of a miracle, they are lost.
All you can do is pray for that miracle.

bug are you on the space station cause you are way out there

lloyd smale 01-17-2019 05:08 AM

do you ever post anything that isn't narcissistic hatred? You sound more like a Klan member then a Christian. Its one thing to disagree with someone's doctrines but to stereotype them all as being stupid sounds a lot like the way blacks were looked on over a 100 years ago. Must feel good to be so special.
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Originally Posted by bugeye (Post 2055828890)
Bob, IG, JWs aren't smart enough to study and learn. I'm afraid that short of a miracle, they are lost.
All you can do is pray for that miracle.


ironglow 01-17-2019 06:23 AM

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Originally Posted by swim-with-beavers (Post 2055828840)
so , what does it mean when Jehovah says " I am jehovah" ? is he saying jehovah,Jehovah? lol.

It is a tough task, breaking the news to you Beave...but God was never called Jehovah, until circa 1530 AD !

Now, here is a little clue you can take back to your watchtower "scholars". The ancient Hebrew alphabet, had no vowels !

God's name was composed to the equivalent of ...YHWH ..

Some translators, while trying to make the reading easier for European Christians, added vowels to the 4 consonants.

They knew full well what they were doing, but figured medieval readers would be capable of understanding the reason why the vowels were added.

However, here we are in the 21st century, and a select few, still do not "get it".

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jehovah


https://www.gotquestions.org/Jehovah.html

Truly, if one feels the need to add vowels the term "Yahweh" would likely be closer to the original

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littlecanoe 01-17-2019 07:21 AM

I checked with Kenneth Copeland. This is what he and a cohort say about the language and names.


littlecanoe 01-17-2019 07:39 AM

Maybe our resident Full Gospellers could interpret this conversation.


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