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Here for the very first time is a literal translation of the scriptures with the sacred name of Ahayah and Yashayah, restored and preserved. Did you know in every bible translation including the King James Bible that our Heavenly Father's personal name Ahayah has been taken out and replaced with titles and even names of pagan deities more than 10,000 times?
Churches preach trinity, which is not found in the Bible, but the echad which is united oneness, Deuteronomy 6:4 is found in the Bible and it's restored in here. Many think Yahweh is the Holy Name, but Exodus 3:14 clearly shows in Hebrew that His Holy Name is Ahayah. The <em>Yasha Ahayah Bible Scriptures (YABS) Study Bible</em> is designed for those looking to read the word as it was meant to be. Giving glory to Ahayah and not pagan gods.
This scripture also replaces "Law" with "Torah Law," as the law was given to Moses on the temple mount and many confuse the law with the laws found in society.
One of the best ways to get to know Ahayah on a deeper level is to know the names and titles both He and His people give to Him. The YABS Study Bible restores more than 10,000 occurrences of specific names of God--like Ahayah, Ishi Shadday, Ishi Elyon, and Adonai--to help readers.
- Discover the Hebrew names of God within the biblical text
- Understand the meaning and significance of each name
The YABS Study Bible helps to open a door into the Hebrew roots of the faith and the Scriptures. Available in both large and regular print editions, as well as an e-book edition.
<strong>About the Author:</strong>
At the time of this publishing, Timothy Neal Sorsdahl is 49 years old. His background is a civil engineer and artist and inventor. Six years ago he became interested in finding the truth to the trinity. He couldn't find it in the Bible, but he found the echad which is united oneness, Deuteronomy 6:4. From there he did research looking for His Holy Name. Timothy thought it was Yahweh, but Exodus 3:14 clearly shows in Hebrew that His Holy Name is Ahayah. The <em>Yasha Ahayah Bible Scriptures (YABS) Study Bible</em> is designed for those looking to read the word as it was meant to be. Giving glory to Ahayah and not pagan gods. So he felt called to make a version of the Bible that has Ahayah and Ishi. Work was swift, methodical and effortless, so he had the skills to pull it off. Too many pastors are stuck in their denomination and they tend to preach what was already preached before, leading people astray by following only what their church believes.