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The Manifested Name (Ha-Shem Yahshua)



“I have manifested Your name to the men whom You have given Me out of the world. They were Yours, You gave them to Me, and they have kept Your word.” -John 17:6


The keyword we need to catch here is that Jesus manifested the name of God. Isn’t that interesting? Has anyone else noticed that verse?


The word manifest means just that, to manifest. But what about the word name? This is something that goes back to Genesis. In Greek, this word is onoma. This means name, character, fame, reputation, renown.


In Hebrew, the name is inseparable from the person or animal, etc. It’s a definition of their physical traits and their characteristics and properties such as how they function. For example, a snake in Hebrew is nacash. This means to hiss. Alternatively, this also means to divine, enchant, whisper, prognosticate, perform magic, chant, enchant, diligently observe, learn by experience.


So we see this played out in the book of Acts when Paul is followed by a woman with a spirit of divination which in Greek is Pythos; that’s where we get the word python. So we see the name is inseparable from traits and characteristics. In essence, a name in the He rail mindset is like a photograph of a person. It’s their physical manifest form and their behavior.


So when Jesus says that he manifested the name of God to the men God gave him. That means when he manifested he made apparent or made graspable the form and nature of God in every way. He manifested God’s physical appearance and God’s traits and characteristics. He looked exactly like God (slightly different) and his behavior was exactly like God’s as well.


This also has to do with end-times things as well. In Genesis 4:26 we see the name of God appear again in a different manner by, “And as for Seth, to him also a son was born; and he named him Enosh. Then men began to call on the name of the LORD.”


The word used here for began to doesn’t mean began at all. It’s the Hebrew word Hu-hal. It means to pierce or bore at face value, but when you study the word you find that it means to defile, break, to pollute. And then the Hebrew word for name is bashem which means the name; renown, fame; character. This is why the Hebrew people are called “Semites,” it’s a reference to the fact they came from Shem which is referring to the. And of God that they were chosen to carry and have the revelation of. It was a reference to the fact that Jesus would manifest God’s physical form through this people.


However, take note that the people of Genesis 4 were piercing the name of God, or defiling it. We know now that the name of God is a colorful way to say a person's physical appearance or body and their physical characteristics and traits, and nature. So when they profaned the name of the Lord, it means they altered their appearance. How do I know that this was alteration was appearing? In Genesis 5 we have an entire chapter of genealogy. Then in Chapter six, we see the sons of God and the daughters of men. We see this same notion of corruption about Satan in Ezekiel 28:16 when God says he cast Satan out of the mountain of God as a profane thing (Chalal).


Genesis 5:2 says he created Adam and Eve and called them “man.” Hmmm... why didn’t he call them male and female or man and woman? Because Galatians 3:28 tells us that God doesn’t differentiate between male and female, Jew and Greek, free and slave, because we are all equal in his eyes in every single way. In fact, not he just calls us sons of God.



Now, when Cain was born is where being called a son of God stops. They are now called ish and not Adam. There is now a difference between what God made and his likeness and the likeness of God.


This is where being a son of God and being a son of man are differentiated. Genesis 6:4 says the Nephilim were on the earth in those days and after that when the sons of God came into the daughters of men. The word for son in this context is singular. The Hebrew word for sons is banim. We see this word used in Proverbs 13:22. It says “A good man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children.” In Hebrew that says, a good man leaves an inheritance to his son and sons (or his son’s sons) bene benim.


Now let’s Jump to Luke 3:38, “Which was the son of Enos, which was the son of Seth, which was the son of Adam, which was the son of God.” If that were written in Aramaic it would read and Adam, ben- ha-Elohim.

The only person referred to as Elohim in Genesis up to this point in Genesis 6:4 was God. Genesis 1:1, in the beginning, God (Elohim in Hebrew) created the heavens and the earth. Elohim is plural and is referring to the trinity.


Job 38:7 “When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy?” Why would God differentiate between the morning stars and the sons of God if they were all angels?


The Hebrew word for morning star in Job 38:7 is a reference to Satan’s position before the fall. How do I know? Isaiah 14:12, “How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!” In some translations, it’s the morning star, but in Hebrew, it’s son of the morning.


We see another reference to this where Jesus says the star of the morning is something we can be given. In revelation 2:28 he says, “and I will give them the star of the morning.” Then in Chapter 22:16, he says “I am the bright and morning star.”


This term refers to a shining one who is an overseer; someone who reigns and rules as Christ. This is a reference to the first watch of the day. Being a watchmen on the wall or an overseer, which is what we learn from Ezekiel 28 was Satan’s title and duty he shared with Jesus. He was a covering cherub who covered God in the midst of the heart of the fiery stones. Those cherubim at the throne are supposed to protect us. Their wings cover the mercy seat, God's throne. Coming under the shadow of God’s wing means to come under the wings of the cherubim into the presence of God where you can see his face and no evil can be. That’s what Psalm 91 is referencing.


Getting back on track. The morning stars referred to in Job 38 are a reference to celestial beings such as satan and other angels, who are overseers or watchmen in heaven that serve as rulers and judges with Jesus. We are given the title of son of God. The sons of God mentioned are referring to a single son, of gods (trinity).


When it says in Genesis 6 the Nephilim were there in those days and after, it’s referring to the fallen angels. When it says the sons of God, it’s singular and referring to Adam and Eve or just Adam because it’s not benim. And the daughters of man are the daughters of Adam which are the children of Adam and Eve. That’s three beings... Fallen angels, Adam, and Adam’s kids.


How do we account for the giants then... Genesis 2, 18And the Lord God said, “It is not good that man should be alone; I will make him a helper comparable to him.” 19Out of the ground the Lord God formed every beast of the field and every bird of the air and brought them to Adam to see what he would call them. And whatever Adam called each living creature, that was its name. 20So Adam gave names to all cattle, to the birds of the air, and every beast of the field. But for Adam, there was not found a helper comparable to him.

21And the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall on Adam, and he slept, and He took one of his ribs and closed up the flesh in its place. 22Then the rib which the Lord God had taken from man He made into a woman, and He brought her to the man.

23And Adam said:

“This is now bone of my bones

And flesh of my flesh;

She shall be called Woman,

Because she was taken out of Man.”

24Therefore a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and they shall become one flesh.

25And they were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed.


We have a conversation of God the Father speaking to the trinity, it says And Yahweh Elohim. In the search to find a helper, God presented Adam with the beasts of the ground and the air in search of this helper. You could say, “yeah. It that was just referring to like a dog is man’s best friend. That’s not referring to anything like that...” so it would seem, until Adam but at the end of verse 20 it says, “But for Adam, there was not found a helper comparable to him.”

The word for comparable or suitable in Hebrew is ka -negdaw which the root of this word is nagad which means before or in front of, counterpart or mate; opposed to or opposite of.


This was not an attempt for God to try to mix humans with animals, but it was showing Adam that ONLY Eve is suitable for him as a mate. It was the Nephilim to encouraged Adam to start reproducing with other species to “profane” or pollute and corrupt the image or physical traits or “renown” of God that man was given on the day of creation. If you read the book of Enoch, it says that man began to sin against animals under the encouragement of the. Nephilim. That means they were making hybrid creatures. Then those hybrids were reproducing with other animals and with mankind making what we call dinosaurs, on what we would consider mythological beasts like harpies, minotaur, etc. They are the gibborim, the mighty ones, or the “Men of Renown.” In Hebrew, those words are an-ish and ha-Shem. This indicated that they were men after their image and not men after God’s image.

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