In “the day of the Lord,” all who call upon God’s name will be saved, Joel 2:32.
Solomon dedicated His temple to God’s name–“that all people might know Thy name” (1Kings 8:43) but very few know His name now. Please see why–“It consists of four vowels.” It may sound odd–David said, “Let them praise Thy great and terrible name, for it is holy,” Ps 99:3, and he also tells us to “Extol Him that rides on the heavens by His name IA (letters yod and hey are the short form) and rejoice before Him,” Ps 68:4.
A hallel is a song of praise, and HallelUIA means praise to IAUA in nearly every language. It seems odd that His name is all vowels, but vowels are the music and melody of words. If we only had consonants like b,d,f, g,l or m, we would be very limited in what we could say. God lends us His name that we can communicate. Let’s not take His name in vain!
The Messiah said, “I am come in My Father’s name and you receive me not. If another shall come in his own name, him you will receive.” John 5:43. If the Father’s name was Zeus, then they say it right in Italy when they pronounce Christ’s name as Yea Zeus and the original King James Bible has His name spelled Iesous (pronounced Yea Zeus)
But Zeus was the savior god of Greek mythology who saved everyone with no need of repentance. Can we see a problem? In Latin America, they pronounce His name, Hey Zeus, and we say Gee Zus. This is a trick from the Society of Jesus–the Jesuits who infiltrated translation process and have corrupted key concepts.
When Paul was talking to Greeks on Mars Hill, he saw an inscription “To the Unknown God” (no name) and Paul said, I declared Him unto you…The times of ignorance God winked at, but commands all men to repent in times of Judgment,” Acts 17:30,31.
Let us learn what we can and settle into truth so we may be sealed in it, even as Israelites made a covenant and sealed in Nehemiah 9:38