יהוה YHUH YAHUAH! (Ya-hoo-ah.)
YHUH transliterated into english Yahuah!
YHUH or Yahuah means "I am Yah "
To translate is to explain the meaning of one language using the words of another. To transliterate is to spell a word using the letters of another language. "I am Yah" is the English translation of the meaning of The Heavenly Fathers personal name. The English transliteration of The Heavenly Fathers personal name is YHUH, translated to I AM YAH this is WHO I AM. No matter what language you use, whether you translate or transliterate, YHUH's name means," I am Yah" and it directly points to His real name Yah, which is the same in all languages.
First lets look at a persons name most of us have heard of from Israel, his name is Netanyahu
"Ne-tan-ya-hoo" נתניהו Notice the last three Hebrew letters are the same as Yah's name, and was used in Hebrew names, at the beginning of the last name or end the last name. Next look at the Hebrew words Look at the Hebrew words Halleluyah="Ha-lle-loo-ya"(הללויה)Remember that Hebrew letters are read from left to right. We read from right to left.
(KJV)Psa 68:4 Sing7891 unto God,430 sing praises2167 to his name:8034 extol5549 him that rideth7392 upon the heavens6160 by his name8034 JAH,3050 and rejoice5937 before6440 him.
H3050 יה JAH Contracted for H3068יהוה, and meaning the same; Jah, the sacred name:-Jah, the Lord most vehement. Cp. name in "-iah,""jah."
H3068 יהוה yehovah yeh-ho-vaw'
From H1961; (the) self Existent or eternal; Jehovah, Jewish national name of God: - Jehovah, the Lord. Compare H3050, H3069.
H3069 יהוה yehovih yeh-ho-vee'
A variation of H3068 (used after H136, and pronounced by Jews as H430, in order to prevent the repetition of the same sound, since they elsewhere pronounce H3068 as H136): - God.
After learning the Hebrew aleph-bet, I started looking at our Father and His Son's name. What I had been taught growing up did not match. For example;
LORD used as the Father's name, however it is a title not a name.
GOD used both as the Father's name and as a discriptive charactor, however it is a title not a name. Look at the god of this world. Not the Father or the Son but Satan himself.
JAHOVAH is a misstranliteration of the Father's true name Yahuah!
"(YAH יה)"the personal name of our Father Yahuah יהוה of the Believers, which have faith in his son Yahusha the Yasha(Deliverer). The keepers of his commandments, the remnant that live scattered all over the world.
There are four Hebrew consonants... ...(YHUH .יהוה.) called the tetragrammaton After the Exile ( 6th century BC), especially from the 3rd. century BC on, Jews ceased to use the name Yahuah for two very different reasons. As Judaism began to become a universal religion through its mixing the Greco-Roman world, the more common noun elohim (q.v.) meaning (Mighty One) tended to replace Yahuah to demonstrate the universal sovereignty of Israel's God(discriptive charactor) over all others. At the same time, the divine name was increasingly regarded as too sacred to be uttered; it was thus replaced vocally in the synagogue ritual by the Hebrew word Adonai (My Lord), which was translated as Kyrios (Lord) in the Septuagint, the Greek version of the Old Testament.
The Mesoretes, who from about the 6th to the 10th century worked to reproduce the original text of the Hebrew Bible, replaced the vowels of the name YHUH יהוה with the vowel signs of the Hebrew words Adonai or Elohim. Thus, the artificial name Jehovah ( YeHoWaH ) came into being. Although Christian scholars after the Renaissance and Reformation periods used the term Jehovah for YHUH, in the 19th and 20th centuries biblical scholars again began to use the form Yahuah. Early Christian writers, such as Clement of Alexandria in the 2nd century, had used the form Yahuah, and this pronunciation of the Tetragrammaton was never really lost. Other Greek transcriptions also indicated that YHUH should be pronounced Yah-oo-ah.
The meaning of the personal name of the Israelite Yah has been variously interpreted. Many scholars believe that the most proper meaning may be 'He Brings Into Existence for Whatever to Exists' ( Yahuah-Asher-Yahuah ). In 1 Samuel 'God' is known by the name 'Yahuah Teva-'ot' , or 'He Brings The Hosts Into Existence', the hosts possibly referring to the heavenly court.
The name of Moses' mother was Jochebed ( Yokh-eved ), a word based on the name Yahuah. Thus the tribe of Levi, to which Moses belonged, probably knew the name Yahuah, which originally may have been ( in its short form Yo, Yah, or Yahu ) a religious invocation of no precise meaning evoked by the mysterious and awesome splendor of the manifestation of the holy. (end quote encyclopedia Britannica Volume X , page 786 ).
It is also interesting to note that although the rendering Jehovah has been used for some time, neither the Hebrew, nor the Greek up to this day ever had the letter 'J', So the letter "j" is only 500 years old! Why would you use a letter that is no way shape or form resembles a Y, to call upon?
The Hebrew has only 22 letters, totally consisting out of consonants. Vowels were added mainly to help the language to be relearned, this was done by monks and were not Hebrew speaking.
One thing is known that there are three letters in the Hebrew Alphabet that have a permanently long sound in their pronunciation. Is it coincident that these three letters happen to be והי theי Yôd the ה Hë and the ו Uau so we know that the emphasis in Hebrew is most of the time on the last syllable, this would make the Name phonetically sound like:
יהוה ee ah oo ah
( E like in in the letter 'e' but shorter and immediately joint to the next ah sounds like: ee ah, but less pronounced, more the phonetic 'oo' sound in soon, immediately joined to , ah:)
You pronounce His name "Ya-hoo-ah"!
His Name is mentioned about 7000 times in the original manuscripts, yet due to superstition or over-reverance, it is replaced with the meaningless title LORD. In my opinion this is a grave breach of the 1st and the 3rd Commandments. Not only was this done with the name of YAHUAH יהוה, but also His Son's name or directly transliterated YAHUSHA יהושע, (see also Yahusha) has been changed into a poor Greek transliteration of the name you find in most bibles. Conspiracy ? or plain ignorance? So what are we now to think? Would anyone here dispute the fact that substitutes have been made, that have far removed and generally given a too broad a spectrum, to the 'HOLINESS' of HIS Majestic Name?
Yahuah is his name!
The fact that HIS name in the form of the 'Tetragrammaton' appears over 7000 times in the original texts of the bible. Why then, If The Almighty inspired the writers to write HIS name, in His original language are we not suppose to use His Name. No where have I come across a scripture in the bible, which would give me the indication that it is forbidden to use it. Although it is forbidden to use it in 'VAIN' . So, here we have to understand what 'in vain' means. And according to the dictionary that means we should not use it 'conceited' 'worthless' 'unavailingly' 'empty' or 'useless'.
His Name should not be used in flipped manner, or irreverently. Nor should it be made common. This was most likely the reason why the Jews in the Greco-Roman times did not use it, for fear that the heathen convert would give less reverence to it. They obviously wanted to protect it from being miss used in common day cussing swearing and cursing. As they have done up till now with the name of Jesus, and the title god.
His word tells us about the adversary, HaSatan. I truly believe this is the main reason behind the hiding of His qodesh HaShem. (holy name) Even when HaMashiach (Messiah) was here on earth HaSatan even tempted Yahusha and he did not dispute that fact that HaSatan could actually give Yahusha all the kingdoms of this world. Yahusha rebuked HaSatan with the word of His Father. Like wise are you to use his word as Yahusha has shown in His obedience to Yahuah his Father.
Many a time Moshe and the prophets speak on HIS behalf when they state in their own ways: "And the nations shall know that my name is YAHUAHיהוה "
I for one would definitely 'try' in all reverence to get as close to whatever the pronunciation 'might' be, rather than substituting it for such 'COMMON' references by which hundreds, no thousands, of false deities are titled with.
The fact remains, scripture proves that we are to call upon (the name)HaShem of Yahuah!
This is His will for man kind, He wants us to worship Him and call upon His true name Yahuah(Ya-hoo-ah!)