Explanation of Names
In the True Prayer of Salvation,
you will notice that I have used some names that you may not be familiar
with. These are Hebrew names of God the Father, God the Son and God the
It is my personal choice to use
Hebrew names which were used by the early church when administering the
Prayer of Salvation. I believe that administering the prayer
of salvation is a very important part of one's Eternal Salvation and
therefore must be done correctly. Hallelu-YAH.
God has never changed. He said the Heavens and the Earth shall pass away,
but His Word will always remain the same, even unto the
end of ages. Men has changed. Ways of worship
have changed. The Holy texts translated from one language to
another. Names of characters, transliterated to suit the "new
I believe that in order to administer the prayer of salvation properly we need to go back to the
beginning for reference.
When the Holy Spirit came to this
young jewish virgin He told her in her native Hebrew to name her yet to
be born Son "YAHSHUA".
The Holy Spirit said, You shall
name Him "YAHSHUA" and whosoever calls on this Name shall be "SAVED".
Beloved, later on the
LORD Himself mentioned in Matthew 7:22, 23 , that
in the endtimes he will tell a lot of people, including those from the house of faith
to "depart from Him" because He will "not know them".
See how the people will respond. Lord, did we not minister in YOUR NAME, did we not
raise the dead in YOUR NAME, did we not baptise people in YOUR NAME?
and yet the Lord will tell them to depart.
I believe the modern day churches have "lost" all its powers because of these changes. We seem to have a form of
godliness but sadly with no power.
We hear preachers say there is power in the Name of our Lord, but the question is, are we
using the "same name" Apostle Paul and the other greats of the early
church used? The Name that gave them so much power to conquer the world.
So beloveds, the least my family
and I can do, is to go back to basics and allow the Holy Spirit to guide us.
In the Prayer of Salvation, you
will see the following Hebrew words:
Hebrew for Father or Daddy
YAHWEH (YHWH) (YAH):
Hebrew reference to the ALMIGHTY
"YAH" "Shua" or "YAHWEH" "SHUA"
means "GOD" "Saves". You shall call Him "YAHSHUA" or "GOD SAVES", so
when anyone calls on this Name, it reminds God of His Redemptive
Promise to SAVE. Remember God is a "Covenant" God.Therefore anything outside the covenant, He is not obliged to act. In this case the (specific) Name He gave, is the condition of this covenant.
Himself told His disciples to ask "in HIS NAME" and His Father will do
it, because His Name "Yahshua" in itself is a Covenant as far as
God is concerned.
RUACH HA KODESH:
"Breath" "the" "Holy" or The Holy
Breath or The Holy Spirit.
Prayer of Salvation