The name YH (Yuh) in all the earth
A name is a sound. When we are in search of the “true name”, we are
really in search of the “true sound”, because a name is a sound, and we actually have the sound as it was handed
down to us from our ancestors, which sound/name is YH (Yuh) as in Hallelu YH or YH (Yuh) hoo daw.
We must not add more man made vowels to the sacred sound that the
four letter name makes, which will change the sacred sound/name that the inspired Moses captured with only four vowels when
he heard it and wrote it down.
must pronounce or make the sacred sound/name AS WRITTEN by Moses, and the YH will make the sound of YH, as in Hallelu YH (Yuh),
and the WH will make the sound of WH, as in Joshua. Joshua or Jehoshua = “Jehovah (YHWH) is salvation” H3091 in
Strong’s, or Isaiah or Jesaiah or Jeshaiah = “Jehovah (YHWH) has saved” H3470 in Strong’s, both
having the WH sound for salvation in them.
YHWH wanted his name declared throughout all the earth (Ex-9:16 and Rom-9:17), but was he able to accomplish what
he wanted, and how did he accomplish it???
Is his name still in all the earth today, and if not, where did it go, or did the All Mighty fail to get it into
all the earth???
he did get his name into all the earth and the sound of his name is still in all the earth in Hallelu YH (Yuh), because that
means praise YH, which is his name (Psalms 68:4), and is said the same in every church service throughout the whole earth
and in every language on earth. It is the sound YH, that makes his name, not YAH.
Not only in Hallelu YH, is the Fathers name/sound, but it is in many of the prophets
and righteous men in the Bible. Men like YH (Yuh) hoo daw (Judah) H3063 in Strong’s, which means YH praised, Gen-29:35.
If the sound of the sacred name
was handed down to us in Hallelu YH, why would we change the sound of Hallelu YH to Hallelu YAH?
Again, if we are commanded to say Hallelu YH, why change the sound
of that name to YAH, by adding more vowels to the inspired name YHWH, through Moses, wrote down?
Bottom line is that the sound of the creator’s name of YH
which is in many of the prophets name, like YH hoo daw (Judah) H3063 in Strong’s, which means YH praised, Gen-29:35,
and it always carries the sound of the name of God as YH (Yuh), and NEVER YAH!
Also the phrase “praise ye the LORD/YH”, which equals Hallelu YH,
also carries the sound of YH which is handed down to us from our ancestors as YH (Yuh), not YAH, same as the YH in YH hoo
daw, or YH (Yuh) hoo daw. Remember a name is a sound, and the sound of the Father’s name is handed down to us from our
ancestors as YH (Yuh), NOT Yah, no matter what the wise and prudent scholars say.
What matters is what YHWH through the inspired prophet Moses says!
We must pronounce the sacred
name as written, no more and no less!
There’s no denying that the sound of the Fathers name in the prophets names and Hallelu Yh is the Yuh sound,
and there’s no way around it, and even the little children that is learning to read, will sound it that way! Click Here
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