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Sunday, 22 January 2012

Call HIS Holy Name

Call HIS Holy Name

In Genesis : Jesus is the Ram at Abraham's altar
In Exodus: He's the Passover Lamb
In Leviticus He's the High Priest
•In Numbers He's the Cloud by day and Pillar of Fire by night
•In Deuteronomy He's the City of our refuge
•In Joshua He's the Scarlet Thread and Rahab's window
•In Judges He is our judge
•In Ruth He is our Kinsman Redeemer
•In 1st and 2nd Samuel He's our Trusted Prophet
•In Kings and Chronicles He's our Reigning King
•In Ezra He is our Faithful Scribe
•In Nehemiah He's the Rebuilder of everything that is broken
•In Esther He is the Mordecai sitting faithful at the gate
•In Job He's our Redeemer that ever lives
•In Psalms He is my Shepherd and I shall not want
•In Proverbs and Ecclesiastes He's our wisdom
•In Song of Solomon He's the Beautiful Bridegroom
•In Isaiah He's the Suffering Servant
•In Jeremiah and Lamentations it is Jesus that is the Weeping Prophet
•In Ezekiel He's the Wonderful Four-Faced Man
•In Daniel He is the Fourth Man in the midst of a fiery furnace
•In Hosea He is my love that is forever faithful
•In Amos He's our Burden Bearer
•In Obadiah He's our Savior
•In Jonah He is the Great Foreign Missionary that takes the Word of God into all of the world
•In Micah He is the Messenger with beautiful feet
•In Nahum He is the Avenger
•In Habakkuk He is the Watchman that is ever praying for revival
•In Zephaniah He is the Lord mighty to save
•In Haggai He is the restorer for our lost heritage
•In Zechariah He is our fountain
•And in Malachi He is the Son of Righteousness with healing in His wings
•In Matthew Thou art the Christ, The Son of the Living God
•In Mark He is the Miracle Worker
•In Luke He's the Son of man
•In John He is the Door by which every one of us must enter
•In Acts He is the Shining Light that appears to Saul on the road to Damascus
•In Romans He is our Justifier
•In 1st Corinthians He is our Resurrection
•In 2nd Corinthians He is our Sin Bearer
•In Galatians He redeems us from the law
•In Ephesians He is our Unsearchable Riches
•In Philippians He supplies our every need
•In Colossians He's the Fullness of the God Head Bodily
•In 1st and 2nd Thessalonians He is our Soon Coming King
•In 1st and 2nd Timothy He is the Mediator between God and man
•In Titus He is our Blessed Hope
•In Philemon He is a Friend that sticks closer than a brother
•In Hebrews He's the Blood of the Everlasting Covenant
•In James it is the Lord that heals the sick
•In 1st and 2nd Peter He is the Chief Shepherd
•In 1st, 2nd, and 3rd John it is Jesus who has the tenderness of love
•In Jude He is the Lord coming with 10,000 saints
•And in Revelation, lift up your eyes, Church, for your redemption draws near

And The Names of His FATHER
The names or titles given to God in the Bible reveal much about His characteristics - who He is, what He is like, and what He does. When the Bible uses the phrase the ``name of God" or ``in the name of the Lord" it refers to His total person - all that He is. And God's name is excellent and majestic. (Psalm 8: 1)
Elohim (God) means ``might or strong one"; it denotes the power and pre-eminence of God and is especially used in relationship to creation and strength. (Genesis 1: 1; Psalm 68: 1)
Adonai (Lord) means ``master, sovereign ruler or Lord" and generally denotes the authority and position of God. (Psalm 68: 32; Isaiah 6: 8-11)
Yahweh or Jehovah (Lord) means most likely the self-existent one (I am who I am or Iam the One who is) and denotes God's personal name and His eternality. It is often used in relationship to God as redeemer and covenant keeper. Yahweh is the most common name for God in the Old Testament. God's personal name was so sacred to most Jews that they feared to write or say it lest they misused it and usually substituted Adonai for Yahweh. Jehovah is an English word created from the other two to stand for God's personal name. (Genesis 2:4; Exodus 3:14; Psalm 68:14)
El Shaddai means ``God Almighty" and pictures God as the all powerful source of blessing and comfort. (Genesis 17:1; Exodus 6:3; Psalm 68:14)
El Elyon means ``God most High" and pictures God's strength and sovereignty. (Genesis 14:18; Psalm 9:2)
El Roi means ``God who sees" and denotes God's personal care and presence (Genesis 16:13)
El Olam means ``Everlasting and Eternal God" and pictures God's eternality and infinite strength. (Genesis 21:33; Isaiah 40:28)

The following are the main Old Testament Yahweh/Jehovah compound names:
Yahweh Jireh means the ``Lord provides" and was used by Abraham when God provided a sacrificial lamb instead of Isaac. (Genesis 22:14)
Yahweh Sabbaoth means the ``Lord of hosts" (hosts is sometimes translated almighty or army) and pictures God as the commander of the heavenly armies. (Joshua 5:14; I Samuel 1:3; Psalm 24:10)
Yahweh Rophe (or Rapha) means the ``Lord who heals" and denotes the physical and spiritual healing power of God. (Exodus 15:26)
Yahweh Shalom means the ``Lord is peace" and denotes the lack of tension, conflict and strife in God. (Judges 6:24)
Yehweh Nissi means the ``Lord is my banner" and signifies that the battle is the Lord's. (Exodus 17:15)
Yahweh Tsidkenu means the ``Lord our righteousness" and signifies God as the only source of true righteousness. (Jeremiah 23:6)
Yahweh Maccaddeschcem means the ``Lord our sanctifier" (or the Lord who makes you holy) and signifies that God is the one who sets people apart and makes them holy. (Exodus 31:13; Leviticus 20:8)
Yahweh Raah (rohi) means the "Lord our Shepherd" and denotes God's loving care, protection and provision for His people. (Psalm 23:1)
John 14:12 "Most assuredly, I say to you, he who believes in Me, the works that I do he will do also; and greater works than these he will do, because I go to My Father.
14:13 "And whatever you ask in My name, that I will do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son.
14:14 "If you ask anything in My name, I will do it.
14:15 "If you love Me, keep My commandments.
14:16 "And I will pray the Father, and He will give you another Helper, that He may abide with you forever-
14:17 "the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it neither sees Him nor knows Him; but you know Him, for He dwells with you and will be in you.
14:18 "I will not leave you orphans; I will come to you.
14:19 "A little while longer and the world will see Me no more, but you will see Me. Because I live, you will live also.
16:13 "However, when He, the Spirit of truth, has come, He will guide you into all truth; for He will not speak on His own authority, but whatever He hears He will speak; and He will tell you things to come.
16:14 "He will glorify Me, for He will take of what is Mine and declare it to you.
16:15 "All things that the Father has are Mine. Therefore I said that He will take of Mine and declare it to you.
Jesus called the Holy Spirit the "Helper." Where do you need help right now? With a particular temptation? With a challenge in your family or on the job? With your finances or your future?
Jesus called the Holy Spirit the "Comforter." Where do you need comfort? As you witness to that loved one? As you face that surgery? As you remember that particular sin and the way you've committed it again and again and again? As you listen to that co-worker ridicule your faith? As the love you've tried to show is misunderstood?
The Holy Spirit is here for you. The Holy Spirit lives in you. The Holy Spirit is transforming you. The Holy Spirit wants to comfort and to help you no matter how insignificant you think your needs are, no matter how impossible you think your situation looks. He's reaching out to you in love. Let Him take your hand.
Victory Ministries
Walter Kambulow
June 1, 2009
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Burlington, Ontario

Walter Kambulow, is a man like King David, "after God's own heart." I encourage you to read his books. It will fill your souls with hearty spiritual food and give you new strength to live your faith in Jesus. He is Jesus centered and saturated with the Word of God and strong in the Spirit of the Holy Ghost. He is a great fighter for His King and an encourager of the true Saints. –
He is a man of God with a sincere burden for the Body of Christ and its attack from these wolves in sheep’s clothing.
He spends his time trying to warn the sheep that the Wolves are not coming into the sheep pen, they are already there and ravaging God’s people with their horrible witchcraft powers.
Dr. Pat Holiday, Jacksonville, Florida

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