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The Hymn of God (Himno de Dios)

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The Hymn of God (Himno de Dios) Cris@TheRemixLabel.com, Singing Scriptures (Cantando Escrituras)
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Stanzas (x1) Refrain (x2) – My God, the Father, Jehovah, the Creator.
Estrofas (x1) Estribillo (x2) – Mi Dios, el Padre, Jehová, el Creador.
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God that made the world and all things in it, He is Lord of heaven and earth,
He gives to all life, and breath, and all things; that they should seek the Lord,
and find Him, though He is not far from each one of us:
For in Him we live, and move, and have our being; (Hec 17:24-28)

El Dios que hizo el mundo y todas las cosas que en él hay, es el Señor del cielo y de la tierra,
El es quien da a todos vida y aliento y todas las cosas, para que busquen a Dios,
aunque ciertamente no está lejos (de cada uno de nosotros).
Porque en El vivimos, y nos movemos, y somos; (Hec 17:24-28)
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God now commands all men every where to repent:
Because He has appointed a day, in the which He will judge the world in righteousness. (Hec 17:30-31)
The Everlasting God, is Jehovah, the Creator of the ends of the earth,
to him who lacks might He increases power, He gives strength to the weary. (Isa 40:28-31)

Ahora manda a todos los hombres en todo lugar, que se arrepientan;
por cuanto ha establecido un día en el cual juzgará al mundo con justicia. (Hec 17:30-31)
El Dios eterno, es Jehová, el Creador de los términos de la tierra,
Al que no tiene fuerzas, aumenta el vigor, El da fuerzas al cansado. (Isa 40:28-31)
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I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord,
thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope.
Then shall you call upon me, and you shall go and pray to me, and I will hear you.
And you shall seek Me, and find Me, when you shall search for Me with all your heart. (Jer 29:11-13)

Yo sé los pensamientos que tengo acerca de vosotros, dice Jehová,
pensamientos de paz, y no de mal, para daros el fin que esperáis.
Entonces Me invocaréis, e iréis y oraréis a Mí, y Yo os oiré:
Y me buscaréis y hallaréis, porque Me buscaréis de todo vuestro corazón. (Jer 29:11-13)
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O man, He has showed you, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you:
to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God? (Mic 6:8)
This is life eternal, that they might know You the only true God,
and Jesus Anointed, whom You has sent. (Jn 17:3)

Oh hombre, El te ha declarado qué sea lo bueno, y qué pida de ti el Señor:
hacer juicio, y amar misericordia, y humillarte para andar con tu Dios. (Mic 6:8)
Esta es la vida eterna: que te conozcan a Ti,
el único Dios verdadero, y a Jesus Ungido, a quien has enviado. (Jn 17:3)
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Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men. (Lu 2:14)
God is not of confusion, God is of peace, as in all churches of the saints. (1 Cor 14:33)
Let all things be done decently and in order. (1 Cor 14:40)
I desired mercy, and not sacrifice; the knowledge of God more than burnt offerings. (Hos 6:6)

Gloria a Dios en las alturas, y en la tierra paz, entre los hombres. (Lu 2:14)
Dios es Dios de paz, Dios no es Dios de confusion. (1 Cor 14:33)
Hágase todo decentemente y con orden. (1 Cor 14:40)
Misericordia quise, y no sacrificio; conocimiento de Dios más que holocaustos. (Hos 6:6)
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Our Father which is in heaven, hallowed be Your name.
Your kingdom come; Your will be done as in heaven, so on earth.
Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our sins, as we forgive our debtors;
And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen. (Mat 6:9-13, Lu 11:2-4)

Padre nuestro que estás en el cielo, sea santificado Tu nombre.
Venga Tu reino; sea hecha Tu voluntad, como en el cielo, así también en la tierra.
El pan nuestro de cada día dánoslo hoy,
y perdónanos nuestros pecados, como nosotros perdonamos, a todos los que nos deben;
y no nos metas en tentación, mas líbranos de mal. Amén. (Mat 6:9-13, Lu 11:2-4)
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1. What did you understood? 2. How will you practice it? 3. With whom will you share it?
1. ¿Qué entendiste? 2. ¿Cómo vas a practicarlo? 3. ¿Con quién lo compartirás?

How to call God’s Name?

In the Old Testament, the two most common names for God are Elohim and Yahweh. The word Yahweh appears nearly 7000 times in the O.T.! Now I realize what some of you are thinking: “If it’s so common, how come I’ve never seen Yahweh in my Old Testament?”

Well, that’s because of a translation convention. I would wager that the foreword to your Bible explains that the word YHWH, the consonants for Yahweh, is rendered LORD (all capital letters). The Hebrew letters yod-heth-waw-heth are also called the Tetragrammaton (Greek for four letters).

Of course such a convention is confusing, first because LORD isn’t a translation of Yahweh at all, and secondly because there is already a word for Lord, Adonai. I admit that when I read the Bible, I easily miss the subtle distinction between LORD and Lord. So what’s the origin of this odd convention?

Over the course of time, when the Jews saw YHWH, they spoke Adonai — out of reverence for the name of God. Others would simply say ha-Shem (the name). Yet there’s no verse in the Bible forbidding our use of the word Yahweh.

Yet even if we say Yahweh, pronouncing the Hebrew properly, are we sure we’re on the right track? Actually, Yahweh isn’t so much a name as one of his attributes. Yahweh comes from the verb to be, implying something about his (absolute?) existence. (If you are a website member, be sure to listen to the podcast on The Name of God.) We close with a few assorted thoughts:

  • Elí, Elí, lema sabachthaní (Ἠλί, Ἠλί, λιμὰ σαβαχθανί), or My God, My God, why have you forsaken me has the word El (God), a shorter form of Elohim. The ‘í’ after the word means my. Thus Elí is my God.
  • Hallelujah is composed of two words, the verb for praise and Jah, which is a shortened form of Yahweh. (The  J is pronounced like a Y.) For a great article by Jerry Maday, click Hallelujah. In Latin, the word became alleluia, from the N.T. Greek ‘allēlouïá. Jerry also has a great piece on Selah, the unusual word that appears in some of the Psalms.
  • Consider the name of God in Isaiah 44:6, “the first and the last” — equivalent to Jesus’ name, “the Alpha and the Omega,” in Revelation 21:6. He is the one who is, has always been, and always will be!

JESUS! Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.

60 Seconds Bible Words Quiz

Biblical Words Series:

N.T. Greek  –  O.T. Hebrew  –  O.T. Aramaic

The following quiz should be fairly easy for anyone who’s been reading the Bible for a while. Estimated completion time: 60-120 seconds.

  1. When would you say the Hebrew word shalôm?
  2. What’s the translation of the Greek baptisma?
  3. When the Lord asks Peter if he loves him (John 21), is it significant that Jesus uses (the Greek verb) agapân, while Peter replies using phileîn?
  4. What is YHWH?
  5. Explain the meaning of Rabbi.
  6. Bonus question: The Aramaic Maranatha appears only once in the Bible. Where exactly? In the O.T. or the N.T.?


Answers:
1. Peace! As a greeting or farewell.
2. Immersion.
3. No; the words are synonyms.
4. The four consonants of Yahweh, God’s personal name.
5. Teacher or master.
6. 1 Cor 16:22.