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Evidence God’s Name is Ahvah
The Bible is sound. It is the diacritic system that is corrupt.
We are working with a copy of the Torah, we do not have the original and there is one insertion at Genesis 1:1
God is singular, masculine only. Elohim is never to be used by Meshikhi to designate the title of Our Father in Heaven in Hebrew.
Use אייא to make the correction to the Torah at Genesis 1:1. Ayya is the pronunciation of it.
Ahv is the pronunciation of the ancient root word meaning “Father”.
Ayya is the pronunciation of the ancient Title of God in Hebrew at Genesis 1:1.
Genesis 3:14 Ahyah asher Ihyah (I am Ayya who is called Ea), in other words “I am Ayya but they are calling me Ea”.
Genesis 3:15 The Divine itself is Yahvah (pronounced Ahvah with a silent yodh).
Aya is the actual name for God in Aramaic, a perfect phonetic match for Hebrew Ayya.
Avva in the Greek scriptures is pronounced Ahvva which when transliterated to Greek is Ahvah.
See the page titled Finding Ahv.
Double Yodh authentication by Ahvah.
בקדמין ברא יי ית שמיא וית ארעא (without diacritics)
bqdmyn bra yy yt shmyt vyt artsa (letter by letter transliteration)
Gen 1:1 [Targum Onkelos]
בֲקַדמִין בְרָא יְיָ יַת שְמַיָא וְיַת אַרְעָא׃
In the beginning YeYa created the heaven and the earth.
- YeYa is Tanakh.info’s English transliteration of יְיָ which is an abbreviation for the Tetragrammaton YHWH or Adonay. In the Targums, the name YHWH was replaced by two “yods” with a “waw” over them, thus יוי, which letters are equal in value to YHWH (10+6+10 = 10+5+6+5= 26). At this website, יוי is printed as יְיָ.
God’s Name in the form of a double Yohdh in Ge 2:8, 18. A vellum leaf, dated to the third century C.E., was published in The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, Part VII, edited with translations and notes by Arthur S. Hunt, London, 1910, pp. 1, 2.
Papyrus Oxyrhynchus 1007 – contains Genesis 2 and 3. The divine name is written with a double yodh.
Double silent Yodh authentication by Ahvah
The first letter is a silent /y/ in Yahvah יָהָוָה (Ahvah) just as it is a silent /y/ in Yisra’al יִשְׂרָאל (Isra’al)
How Yeshua understood Abba before His baptism by John
Second evidence Hosea 11:1a When Israel was a child, I loved him
It is true that in the Jewish Talmud and other Jewish documents we find statements such as “When a child experiences the taste of wheat (i.e., when it is weaned), it learns to say ’abbā and ’immā” (Berakot 40a in the Babylonian Talmud)
Transliterating The Aramaic Scriptures
The Khaburis codex was obtained by Norman Malek-Yonan and attorney Dan MacDougald in 1966 for $25,000. It “was purchased from the library of an ancient Assyrian monastery atop one of the mountains of Assyria, near the River Habbor, or in Aramaic, Khabur, hence the name ‘Khaburis’.”
II Peter, II John, III John, Jude and Revelation are not found in the Khaburis Codex.
The Khaburis Manuscript is 65 years older than the oldest Greek text.
Proto-Semitic did not originally have a distinction between definite and indefinite nouns, but over time many Semitic languages developed their own systems of distinguishing between the two. In Hebrew it was by adding ha- to the beginning of the word, while in Arabic they add al-. In Aramaic, they decided instead to add a suffix: -a.
So in early Aramaic, ab would mean “a father”, while aba meant “The Father”.
Mark 14:36 in Aramaic Yeshua said ܐܒܐ ܐܒܝ “Aba, Ab” (Transliterated letter for letter from Syriac)
Think of God as “father” with a small /f/ and “Father” with a capital /F/ and you will understand everything about this expression at Mark 14:36, Romans 8:15 and Galatians 4:6.
This is what Yeshua wanted for people more than anything.
Remember, God loves you and Yeshua loves you.
- Mark 14:36 “Aba, Father,” he said, “everything is possible for you. Take this cup from me. Yet not what I will, but what you will.”
- Rom. 8:15 The Spirit you received does not make you slaves, so that you live in fear again; rather, the Spirit you received brought about your adoption to sonship. And by him we cry, “Aba, Father.”
- Gal. 4:6 Because you are his sons, God sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts, the Spirit who calls out, “Aba, Father.”
Both Yeshua and Paul provide the meaning of the word Aba as ‘Father’. The point Paul is making both here and in Galatians 4 is that being able to address God as ‘Father’ is a profound privilege. This is what separates the son from the mere servant. As adopted sons, we are privileged now to address God as “Father,” not merely collectively as was the Jewish custom, but individually which was inconceivable to Jewish thinking. This is why the Jews attempted to stone Jesus for blasphemy in John 5:18 when he called God his Father.
“For this reason, therefore, the Jews were seeking all the more to kill Him, because He not only was breaking the Sabbath, but also was calling God His own Father, making Himself equal with God.”
Paul says for us to be able to address God as “Father” is a privilege we now enjoy that we did not previously have.
Greek Ἀββᾶ Ahvva
How Yeshua understood Abba after His baptism by John
ahv is the pronunciation of the ancient root word av meaning “father”. This is the key to life itself.
Hebrew: אָב, Standard Av Tiberian ʾĀv
Ἀββᾶ at Romans 8:15 is pronounced Ahvva. The Bible should be easily understood and the words should be easy to pronounce in any language. It is /ahv/ as in “father” not /av/ as in the word “avenue”. See the page titled Finding Ahv to learn more.
Ahvva is the safe haven, and the place of rest.
The beautiful expression “Ahvva, Father” was used both by Yeshua and the disciples (Mark 14:36, Romans 8:15, Galatians 4:6).
Once in prayer we can simply call him Ahv or Father. Always end prayer “in the Name of Yeshua, amen”. It won’t be long before you just say “Father” when opening prayer and you will know that He’s always there. And you won’t worry anymore, or worry about His Name. You’re with Ahv, infinite in power. And He loves you.
Always remember this fact of life if you have not experienced the mercy of Our Father in Heaven. Where there is no mercy, there is no God.
Romans 8:15 For you did not receive a spirit of slavery causing fear again, but you received a spirit of adoption as sons, by which spirit we cry out: “Ahvva, Father!”
Note the timing of the phonological evolution, particularily note the Koine Greek
Romans 8:15 Ἀββᾶ (without diacritics)
- (5th BCE Attic) IPA(key): /ab.baː/
- (1st CE Egyptian) IPA(key): /ab.ba/
- (4th CE Koine) IPA(key): /aβ.βa/
- (10th CE Byzantine) IPA(key): /av.va/
- (15th CE Constantinopolitan) IPA(key): /a.va/
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Enter Ahvva into the text entry field and hit space bar
Enter Ἀββᾶ into the text entry field and hit space bar
See the page titled “Finding Ahv” to learn more.
תישוע טִףףֲןי T’Yeshua, Tiffany