Once upon a time..

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There was once 2 'guys'. One was a firm believer in Christ (J)esus and began to share the 'good' news about (J)esus to him and he began to understand and he began to have his heart softened. Soon though, the first 'guy' went away as if on a sole retreat while the second remained aloof but keeping Christ (J)esus in his heart. He began to follow that 'voice' he began to hear from within. All was going well until that 'voice' began to change His 'tones'. From soft and gentle that 'voice' began to become fearful to bear.. So as he began to try to escape he found himself becoming more and more ensnared. As he looked back he remembered that first 'guy' who shared Christ (J)esus with him and as he found him around he stayed his distance watching while not being noticed.. Soon he felt as if he had been deceived. The first, who firmly believed upon Christ (J)esus, seemed to have abandoned that stance and because at this time the second had become as 'ensnared', he felt as if it was a set up for his life and well being.

And it was this fear that closed his ears up from hearing.

To move onward and upward in Christ Messiah, the first, had to go on a retreat of sorts.. to leatn more, to receive more, to read The Holy Scriptures more and it was during these times that he began to 'abandon' that 'faith' which the second viewed as a complete abandonment of Christ and Godliness.. But if he listened he might have heard the reason for that 'more freedom' which was being seen as 'abandonment'.

The Holy Bible uses the name (J)esus as being The Name of The Everlasting Messiah; The Everlasting High Priest. And it was/is this name; (J)esus, which 'straightens' up a person.

But His Name, The Christ's Name, The Everlasting Messiah's Name is not nor was it (J)esus.

And this in it of itself was the beginning of that 'more freedom' life which was being seen as 'abandonment'..
 
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So in each instance the name (J)esus was used, the knowledge that this name was not His original, had the readings becoming more whole and rounded..ecompassing all while the 'virtues' and good qualities' remained the same but without that 'straitness' of that name, (J)esus.

Rather a much much closer transliteration to The Messiah's original Name to English would be (J)oshua.

(J)oshua..plain, Good 'ole (J)oshua. Another 'regular' kind of 'guy'.


Regular, plain guys, rarely enjoys ostentatious 'flatteries'.

Godessess and pagan deities might enjoy 'ostentatiousness' grander than 'life', itself.

But remember, He lived in a land where The Torah was Godly as well as being of The Heavenly Father's Laws which He upheld. He was not living in Gentile land where 'prestige' might have been held higher than Godliness.
 
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Because although ALL The Kingdoms which were estabished on Earth from the very beginning was 'lifted up' by God Himself, the land of Y'srael was different in that it also had within it The Heavenly Father's Name..

The Nane of God, although different in each 'land' always had their number 1 'God'. But Y'srael, not only had God but also The Name of The Heavenly Faher.

In Arabic, Ilaha would be God and Ilahu would be The Heavenly Father.

Ilaha declaring Ilahu, 'The Greater Deity'.
 
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In Hinduism, Agni being that 'hotar'; that 'Everlasting Messiah; that Everlasting High Priest'.

Vayu being The Heavenly Father and Indra being that 'holy.'spirit of God.
 
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PHRA IN
Thai War God
Also known as Phra Indra, Phra Intra, พระอินทร์
A Thai incarnation of Indra
He is the Ruler of the Universe and Lord of the Gods. He is also a character in the epic Ramakien and Khon dramarama. This is basically a guest-starring role for Indra.

PHRA IN - the Thai God of War (Thai mythology)



Śakra (Sanskrit: शक्र Śakra; Pali: सक्क Sakka) is the ruler of the Trāyastriṃśa Heaven according to Buddhist cosmology. He is also referred to by the title "Śakra, Lord of the Devas" (Sanskrit: Śakro devānām indraḥ; Pali: Sakka devānaṃ inda).[1] The name Śakra "powerful" as an epithet of Indra is found in several verses of the Rigveda.

Śakra (Buddhism) - Wikipedia

帝釋天
(Pinyin: '’Dì shì tiān)
釋提桓因
(Pinyin: '’Shìtí Huányīn
)


Đế Thích Thiên
Thích Đề Hoàn Nhân

holy Spirit God.



帝釈天たいしゃくてん
(romaji: Taishakuten)
釋提桓因しゃくだいかんいん
(romaji: Shakudai Kan'in

Ngerti

דע


The Hebrew word for knowledge is דעת (da’at), which is derived from the parent root דע (da). The name of the Hebrew letter ד is dalet, from the Hebrew word דלת (delet) meaning “door.” This letter was originally written as
in the ancient pictographic script and is a picture of the tent door. In a previous discussion, we learned that this letter meant to “hang” as the door “hung” down from the roof of the tent. Each Hebrew letter has more than one meaning, and this letter can also mean back and forth or in and out movement as the door is used for moving in and out of the tent. The name of the Hebrew letter ע is ayin, from the Hebrew word עין (ayin) meaning “eye.” This letter was originally written as
in the ancient pictographic script and is a picture of an eye. When these two letters are combined, the Hebrew parent root דע (dea), is formed, meaning “the back and forth movement of the eye.” When something is carefully examined, one moves the eye back and forth to take in the whole of what is being examined. In the Ancient Hebrew mind, this careful examination is understood as knowledge and experience on an intimate level.
Do you know (yada) the balancings of the clouds, the wonderous works of complete knowledge (dea)? Job 37:16


Wisdom, Knowledge and Understanding | AHRC

Derived from the parent root דע (da) is the noun דעת (da’at), meaning “knowledge.” The Hebrew word for knowledge is דעת (da’at), a noun derived from the verb ידע (yada) meaning “to know.”
 
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