YaHWeHists

A place for true believers in YaHWeH

Who is YHWH

Yahweh is derived from ehyeh, meaning, “I am {He} who exists, or is.”  Ehyeh comes from a root word hayah, meaning, “to be.”  The Greek counterpart to ehyeh is eimi, meaning, “I exist.”  The Greek equivalent to Yahweh is ésti, meaning, “he exists,” or “he is.”

Yahweh is an English transliteration of the Name of the deity which was / is written in Hebrew as יהוה, i.e. YHWH, (without vowels).  The Name Yahweh has been transliterated from the Hebrew into the English language as YHWH from the so called "tetragrammaton" which is a Greek word meaning 'four letters'. The four letters in the Hebrew ( יהוה ) were actually vowels as well as consonants. As transliterated into the English language [YHWH] they are referred to as consonant-vowels or semi-vowels.  (Yahweh; Hebrew YHWH, third person singular noun from the root word, “ehyeh” meaning literally, “self-existent”)

The Jewish historian Flaviaus Josephus referred to them as four vowels. Flavius Josephus is considered to be the foremost Jewish historian of ancient times. His momentous work The Jewish War (also known as The Wars of the Jews) contains a description of the High Priest of the Jews, in Book 5, Chapter 5, Paragraph 7, Verse 235: "A mitre also of fine linen encompassed his head, which was tied by a blue ribbon, about which there was another golden crown, in which was engraven the Sacred Name: it consists of four vowels."

YaHWeH is the proper Name of the deity of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, YaHushuah, Paul, and all scripturally based Jewish and Christian groups. (Exodus 3:15; 6:3).  YaHWeH is the Name of our Heavenly Father and Creator. He is the Father, and Yahushuah (erroneously "J-sus") is His son whom He raised from the dead and anointed and appointed to reign as King for 1,000 years. Yahweh is not the Messiah ("Christ"). Messiah means that he was 'anointed'. Yahshua was anointed as King and given all power (authority) by his Father YaHWeH.  YaHWeH is called the Father. He is everything. He Is creation and life itself. There is nothing He can't do.  most other English translations render the Name of our Father in heaven as "the LORD" or "GOD.