Yahweh Ben Yahweh

The power behind the universe is not a mysterious force, but a real person by the name of יהוה. Trips to the international space station, and scientific observations, including photographs of other planets prove that the awe-inspiring vastness of the heavens and space is fashioned in an orderly arrangement. To conclude such a vast universe as ours is organized without some sort of controlling power is totally illogical. Logic dictates that no unintelligent force could possibly account for the amazing varieties of life, or for the infinite wisdom and power manifested in the universe.

For thus saith יהוה, that created the Heavens; יהוה formed the Earth and made it; He established it, and He created it not in vain (Isaiah 45:18).

There is a renascent axiom that has been proven by archaeologist worldwide. They are affirming unanimously, one fact after another that behind the vastness of the great, monumental universe, there is a basic core: monotheism, THE ONE GOD, whose name, until now, is purposely censored, covered-up, concealed, and hidden. This name, יהוה, is widely acclaimed as the “World’s Best Kept Secret.”

In Proverbs 30:4 several questions are asked concerning the Creator of Heaven, but the two that stand out the most are, what is His name, and what is His Son’s name, if thou can tell?

Moses, before the fall of Egypt, could tell that calling God by His personal name was important (Exodus 3:13), and this same scenario exists today. Before the fall of Babylon, the great city, יהוה בּן יהוה, the Son of יהוה, recognized the importance of you being able to call Him by His personal name; For there is none other name under Heaven given among men, whereby you can be saved (John 5:43; 1 Timothy 2:5-6; Acts 4:12).

In essence, it is absolutely impossible to enter into a relationship with יהוה, without acknowledging יהוה בּן יהוה, His Beloved Son (John 10:9, 30; John 14:6; John 17:11). Thus, to know יהוה, is to experience the reality of assured confidence and deliverance. The disclosure of His name, as well as His Son’s name, is the index to understanding Biblical faith.