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God the Creator

 

According to your religion: If you are worshipping god that commands you to kill sinners & those that don't follow him, it means you are worshipping bloody & violent god = Satan = Devil = Lucifer = Shaitan = Iblis. Why I am saying this?

Well, God the Creator doesn't need you to judge his people, he created them and he does not need you because you are one of his creations. You are weak, foolish, make mistakes and a SINNER. How a sinner can judge another sinner or a person. Since when the Creator needs his creature to help him to judge people or to get help for other things? Never. The god that commands you to kill or to fight people in your books is the devil = satan, not God the Creator that Jesus spoke of.

I base my saying according to Jesus' word. Jesus came for sinner to save them trough repentance, not to command people to kill each others. Jesus said: How could a blind lead another blind, both will fall in the ditch? Moreover, how a sinner could judge another sinner, both have sinned? When the Pharisees were stoning an adulterer woman, Jesus told them, anyone of you without sin, let him trough the first stone. Then, they stopped stoning the woman and left.  

 

Are there gods that have mighty power to judge and to create? No, there is one perfect and loving God; He has power to create, judge through righteous judgment, He forgives through repentance; and He is the Creator of all. There are four different categories of people. The first category believes, worships, and obey God's the Creator. The second category invented its own gods ignorantly to worship. The third category doesnít believe in God's existence. The fourth category is about the ungodly that know God and deliberately reject Him for been righteous and peaceful. These ungodly people invited an imaginary god to deceive people and to command them to individual from other religions or for individual to convert to their ideology to get their moneys and to achieve their political and evil personal objectives.

 

 

 

Introduction:

I don't believe God would encourage His people to kill people. God is able to judge sinners in righteous judgment without people's helps. God is capable to give lands, wealth, wisdom, and blessing to certain people and to help the entire world as well without causing violence, wars, and crimes.

For more information, refer to page "Ishmael and Isaac'.

If God need our helps to complete His plan and to judge people, it means we are worshipping false god. 

Therefore, any religion claims such heresy is considered a false religion.

Some religions use religious books, which contain doctrines that command people to kill in the name of God. Those books are heresies, and those people are worshipping false god.

 For more information, refer to page "Ishmael and Isaac", page "Torah", page "Torah Mitzvot", page "Torah and Jesus; gospel", page "Crimes in the name of God", page "Law".

GOD'S NAME

"Yehhowah" means "God"

 "Yehw" means God.

"Yahweh" means God.  

God = Yahweh, ="Jehovah nissi" "Jehovahnissi" Exodus 17:15.

The word Jehovah is English term means God.

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Otter biblical word

"E hud" means "united".

"Yehudi" means "Jew" masculine form,.

"Yehudit" means "Jew" feminine form.

"Yehoud" means "Jews", which means "God's people"

The Tetra Grammatical Greek: τετραγράμματον; "word with four letters" usual reference to the Hebrew name for God, which spelled in the Hebrew: י (yodh) ה (heh) ו (vav) ה (heh) or יהוה - YHVH, or with the biblical Hebrew pronunciation, YHWH).

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"Jehovah Nissi"

God dislike the giants, the scripture reads: And the Lord said to Moses: 14 Write this for a memorial in a book, and deliver it to the ears of Joshua = (Josue): for I will destroy the memory of Amalec = (Amalek) = (Amalekites) = (giants) from under heaven. 15 And Moses built an altar: and called the name thereof, "Jehovah Nissi" which means the Lord my exaltation, saying: 16 Because the hand of the throne of the Lord, and the war of the Lord shall be against Amalec = (Amalek), from generation to generation, Exodus 17:14 to 16. 

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Hashem

The word Adonai is used for prayer only. In conversation, people use the name God "Hashem", Leviticus 24:11. It is in context as kel or elokim.

Some Orthodox Jews say Hashem for Adonai.

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Adoshem

It is the first two syllables of the word Adonai and the last syllable of the word Hashem. It is known as the Taz or TZ. But it took a few centuries for the word to fall into disuse. The rationale behind the Taz's is a combine Name of God with another word. Despite being obsolete in most circles, it is used occasionally in conversation in place of Adonai by Orthodox Jews, but need to specify the use of the particular word as opposed to God.

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Adonai

Jews also call God Adonai, Hebrew for "Lord" (Hebrew: אֲדֹנָי) ("my Lord"), the plural is usually construed as a respectful, not a syntactic plural. (The singular form is Adoni, "my lord".

Jews use Adonai and Hashem. When the Masoretes added vowel pointing to the text of the Hebrew bible in the first century CE, it says YHWH the vowels of Adonai, to remind us to say Adonai instgead.

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Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh

The name Ehyeh (Hebrew: אֶהְיֶה) signify God's power in immediate future and is part of YHWH. The phrase "ehyeh-asher-ehyeh" Exodus 3:14 it means "I will be because I will be", "Certainly I will be [ehyeh] with thee" Exodus 3:12. The Targum Onkelos leaves the phrase is not translated and it is quoted in the Talmud (B. B. 73a). "I am that I am" of the Authorized Version is based on this view.

"I am that I am" (Hebrew: אהיה אשר אהיה, pronounced Ehyeh asher ehyeh) is in Exodus 3:14 when Moses asked for God's name. It is one of the most famous verses in the Hebrew bible. Hayah means "existed" or "was" in Hebrew; ehyeh. Ehyeh asher ehyeh is generally interpreted to mean "I will be what I will be", I shall be what I shall be or (I am that I am).

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El (God)

The word "El" appears in Semitic languages and Aramaic. El (Hebrew: אל) is used in both the singular and plural, both for other gods and for the God of Israel. As a name of God, however, it is used mainly in poetry and prophetic, rarely in text, and then usually with some description attached, as "jealous God." Sxample: El `Elyon "Most High God", El Shaddai "God Almighty", El `Olam "Everlasting God", El Hai "Living God", El Ro'i "God of Seeing", El Elohe Israel "God, the God of Israel", El Gibbor "God of Strength". In addition names as Gabriel "Strength of God", Michael "Who is Like God", Raphael "God's medicine" and Daniel "God is My Judge".

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Elohim

A common name of God in the Hebrew is Elohim (Hebrew: אלהים).

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Elyon

The name `Elyon (Hebrew: עליון) is combine name with El, YHWH or Elohim. It appears mainly in poetic and later biblical passages. The modern Hebrew adjective "`Elyon" means "supreme" as in "Supreme Court" or "Most High". El Elyon has been traditionally translated into English as God Most High.

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Shaddai:

In the Septuagint and other early translations Shaddai was translated with words meaning "Almighty". The root word "shadad" (שדד).

According to Exodus 6:2 to 3, Shaddai is God's name that was known to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. The name Shaddai (Hebrew: שַׁדַּי) is used as a name of God in the Book of Job.

Shadayim means "breasts" in Hebrew. It may be connected to the notion of Godís richness and blessings of human race. It is connected with prosperity: "May God Almighty [El Shaddai] bless you and make you prosper." Genesis 28:3. "I am God Almighty [El Shaddai]: be fruitful " Genesis 35:11. " The Almighty [El Shaddai] who will bless you, blessings of the deep that lies beneath, blessings of the breasts [shadayim] and of the womb [racham]" Genesis 49:25.

It is given a Midrashic interpretation as an acronym standing for "Guardian of the Doors of Israel" (Hebrew: שׁוֹמֶר דְלָתוֹת יִשְׂרָאֶל), it is commonly found as carvings or writings upon the mezuzah, a vessel which houses a scroll of parchment with biblical text written' It is situated upon the doors' frames at home or in enterprises.

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Shalom ("Peace"; Hebrew: שלום)

 The Talmud says: "the name of God is 'Peace'" (Pereq ha-Shalom, Shab. 10b), Judges 6:24; it is not permitted to greet another with the word shalom in unholy places such as a bathroom (Talmud, Shabbat, 10b). The name Shlomo, "His peace" (from shalom, Solomon, שלומו), refers to the God of Peace. Shalom means "hello" and "goodbye."

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 Shekhinah

Shekhinah (Hebrew: שכינה) is the presence and manifestation of God. The term doesn't appear in the Hebrew Bible; rabbis used this word when speaking of God dwelling either in the Tabernacle or amongst the people of Israel. The name is always mentioned in conjunction an article (e.g.: "the Shekhina descended and dwelt among them" or "He removed Himself and His Shekhina from their midst"): this kind of usage does not occur in Semitic languages in conjunction with proper names.

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Yah

Main article: Yah

The name Yah is composed of the first two letters of YHWH. It appears most of the times in names as Elijah = (Elias). The Rastafarian Jah is derived from this, as well as Hallelujah.

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YHWH Tzevaot / Sabaoth

Heavenly host

The names YHWH and Elohim frequently occur with the word tzevaot or sabaoth ("hosts" or "armies", Hebrew: צבאות) as YHWH Elohe Tzevaot ("YHWH God of Hosts"), Elohe Tzevaot ("God of Hosts"), Adonai YHWH Tzevaot ("Lord YHWH of Hosts") or, most commonly, YHWH Tzevaot ("YHWH of Hosts").

This compound divine name occurs mainly in the prophetic literature, it does not appear in the Pentateuch, Joshua = (Josue) or Judges. The original meaning of tzevaot is found in First Samuel 17:45, it is interpreted as denoting "the God of the armies of Israel". The word, apart from this special use, it means armies or hosts, Exodus12:41.