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The Yasha Ahayah Bible Scriptures (YABS) Study Bible: A Literal Translation with Unique Features and Benefits


# Yasha Ahayah Bible Scriptures (YABS) Study Bible ## Introduction - What is the YABS Study Bible and why is it important? - How does it differ from other Bible translations and versions? - What are the main features and benefits of the YABS Study Bible? ## The Sacred Name of Ahayah and Yashayah - How did the sacred name of Ahayah and Yashayah get lost and replaced in most Bible translations? - What is the meaning and significance of the sacred name of Ahayah and Yashayah? - How does restoring the sacred name of Ahayah and Yashayah enhance our understanding and relationship with God? ## The Echad Versus the Trinity - What is the echad and how does it describe the nature of God in the Hebrew scriptures? - What is the trinity and how did it become a doctrine in Christianity? - Why is the echad more biblical and accurate than the trinity? ## The Torah Law Versus the Law - What is the Torah Law and how does it reveal God's will and wisdom for His people? - What is the law and how does it refer to different types of laws in society? - Why is it important to distinguish between the Torah Law and the law in reading and applying the scriptures? ## The Hebrew Names of God - What are some of the Hebrew names of God that are restored in the YABS Study Bible? - What is the meaning and significance of each name of God? - How does knowing the Hebrew names of God help us to appreciate His character and attributes? ## The Hebrew Roots of the Faith and the Scriptures - What are some of the Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures that are revealed in the YABS Study Bible? - How does learning about the Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures enrich our spiritual growth and understanding? - How can we apply the Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures to our daily lives? ## Conclusion - Summarize the main points and benefits of the YABS Study Bible - Encourage readers to get a copy of the YABS Study Bible and study it for themselves - Provide a link to where readers can purchase or download the YABS Study Bible Here is a table that compares some of the features of the YABS Study Bible with other popular Bible translations: Feature YABS Study Bible King James Version New International Version --- --- --- --- Sacred name of God Ahayah and Yashayah LORD, GOD, Jesus, Christ LORD, GOD, Jesus, Christ Nature of God Echad (united oneness) Trinity (three persons) Trinity (three persons) Law of God Torah Law (divine instruction) Law (general term) Law (general term) Names of God Ishi Shadday, Ishi Elyon, Adonai, etc. Almighty, Most High, Lord, etc. Almighty, Most High, Lord, etc. Hebrew roots Preserved and highlighted Lost or obscured Lost or obscured Here is a draft of the article I will write based on this outline: # Yasha Ahayah Bible Scriptures (YABS) Study Bible If you are looking for a literal translation of the scriptures with the sacred name of God restored and preserved, you might want to check out the Yasha Ahayah Bible Scriptures (YABS) Study Bible. This study Bible is designed for those who want to read the word as it was meant to be, giving glory to God and not pagan gods. In this article, we will explore some of the features and benefits of this unique study Bible that sets it apart from other Bible translations and versions. ## Introduction The Yasha Ahayah Bible Scriptures (YABS) Study Bible is a compilation by Timothy Neal Sorsdahl, who became interested in finding the truth about God's name and nature six years ago. He discovered that in every Bible translation, including the King James Version, 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. He also learned that churches preach trinity, which is not found in the Bible, but rather echad which means united oneness. 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 and understand their meaning and significance. It also replaces "Law" with "Torah Law," as the law was given to Moses on the temple mount and many confuse it with the laws found in society. The YABS Study Bible helps to open a door into the Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures, which are often lost or obscured in other Bible translations. ## The Sacred Name of Ahayah and Yashayah One of the most distinctive features of the YABS Study Bible is that it restores and preserves the sacred name of God, Ahayah and Yashayah, in the original Hebrew script. Ahayah means "I AM" or "I EXIST" and is the name that God revealed to Moses in Exodus 3:14. Yashayah means "YAH IS SALVATION" or "YAH SAVES" and is the name of the Messiah, who came in the flesh as the Son of God. Most Bible translations have replaced the sacred name of God with titles like LORD, GOD, Jesus, or Christ, or with names of pagan deities like Baal, Adonis, or Zeus. This is a serious error that dishonors God and confuses His people. By using titles or names of other gods, we are breaking the first commandment, which says, "You shall have no other gods before Me" (Exodus 20:3). By using titles or names that do not reflect God's true identity, we are also breaking the third commandment, which says, "You shall not take the name of Ahâyâh your Alahym in vain" (Exodus 20:7). Restoring the sacred name of God in the scriptures is not only a matter of accuracy and reverence, but also a matter of relationship and revelation. When we call God by His personal name, we acknowledge Him as our Creator, our Father, our Friend, and our Savior. When we call God by His personal name, we also receive His power, His presence, His protection, and His promises. As Psalm 9:10 says, "And those who know Your name will put their trust in You; For You, Ahâyâh , have not forsaken those who seek You." ## The Echad Versus the Trinity Another feature that distinguishes the YABS Study Bible from other Bible translations is that it upholds the echad as the biblical description of God's nature, rather than the trinity. The echad means united oneness and is derived from Deuteronomy 6:4, which says, "Hear O Yasharal: Ahâyâh our Alahym is one Ahâyâh." The echad implies that God is one in essence and being, but manifests Himself in different ways and roles. The trinity means three persons and is derived from human traditions and creeds that developed centuries after the apostles. The trinity implies that God is three distinct persons who share one essence and being. The trinity is not found in the Bible and contradicts many passages that affirm God's oneness and uniqueness. The echad is more biblical and accurate than the trinity because it does not divide God into separate persons or confuse His identity. The echad also does not deny the divinity of Yashayah or the Holy Spirit, but rather affirms their unity with Ahayah. As John 10:30 says, "I and My Father are one." The echad also does not contradict the human nature of Yashayah or the personality of the Holy Spirit, but rather acknowledges their diversity within Ahayah. As John 1:14 says, "And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us." And as John 14:26 says, "But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things." ## The Torah Law Versus the Law A third feature that sets apart the YABS Study Bible from other Bible translations is that it replaces "Law" with "Torah Law," as the law was given to Moses on the temple mount and many confuse it with the laws found in society. The Torah Law means divine instruction or teaching and refers to the first five books of Moses that contain the commandments, statutes, and judgments of God for His people. The law means a rule or regulation that governs the conduct or behavior of people in a certain situation or context. The law can refer to different types of laws in society, such as civil law, criminal law, or natural law. It is important to distinguish between the Torah Law and the law in reading and applying Torah Law reveals God's will and wisdom for His people, and shows them how to live a holy and righteous life that pleases Him. The Torah Law is not a burden or a curse, but a blessing and a delight. As Psalm 119:97 says, "Oh, how I love Your Torah! It is my meditation all the day." The Torah Law is also not abolished or outdated, but fulfilled and magnified by Yashayah. As Matthew 5:17-18 says, "Do not think that I came to destroy the Torah or the Prophets. I did not come to destroy but to fulfill. For assuredly, I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, one jot or one tittle will by no means pass from the Torah till all is fulfilled." The law reflects the order and justice of God in His creation and society, and shows people how to live in harmony and peace with each other. The law is not a substitute or a replacement for the Torah Law, but a supplement and a reinforcement. As Romans 13:10 says, "Love does no harm to a neighbor; therefore love is the fulfillment of the law." The law is also not superior or inferior to the Torah Law, but complementary and compatible. As Galatians 3:21 says, "Is the law then against the promises of God? Certainly not! For if there had been a law given which could have given life, truly righteousness would have been by the law." ## The Hebrew Names of God Another feature that makes the YABS Study Bible unique and valuable is that it restores more than 10,000 occurrences of specific names of God that are often lost or obscured in other Bible translations. These names of God reveal His character and attributes, and help us to know Him more intimately and personally. Some of the Hebrew names of God that are restored in the YABS Study Bible are: - Ahayah: This is the personal name of God that means "I AM" or "I EXIST." It expresses God's self-existence, sovereignty, and faithfulness. It also reminds us that He is always present and active in our lives. As Exodus 3:14 says, "And God said to Moses, 'I AM WHO I AM.' And He said, 'Thus you shall say to the children of Israel, 'Ahâyâh has sent me to you.''" - Yashayah: This is the name of the Messiah that means "YAH IS SALVATION" or "YAH SAVES." It expresses God's love, grace, and mercy. It also reminds us that He is our Savior and Redeemer who died for our sins and rose again for our justification. As Matthew 1:21 says, "And she will bring forth a Son, and you shall call His name Yashayah , for He will save His people from their sins." - Ishi Shadday: This is a name of God that means "My Husband Almighty." It expresses God's covenant relationship with His people as their Husband and Protector. It also reminds us that He is our Provider and Sustainer who supplies all our needs according to His riches in glory. As Isaiah 54:5 says, "For your Maker is your husband, Ahâyâh of hosts is His name; And your Redeemer is the Holy One of Israel; He is called the Alahym of the whole earth." - Ishi Elyon: This is a name of God that means "My Husband Most High." It expresses God's exalted position above all creation as the King of kings and Lord of lords. It also reminds us that He is our Ruler and Judge who has all authority and power in heaven and on earth. As Psalm 91:1-2 says, "He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High Shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of Ahâyâh , 'He is my refuge and my fortress; My Alahym, in Him I will trust.'" - Adonai: This is a name of God that means "My Lord" or "My Master." It expresses God's lordship and ownership over His people as their Creator and Owner. It also reminds us that He is our Teacher and Leader who guides us in His ways and commands us to obey Him. As Psalm 86:12 says, "I will praise You, O Adonai my Alahym, with all my heart, And I will glorify Your name forevermore." Knowing the Hebrew names of God helps us to appreciate His character and attributes, and to worship Him in spirit and in truth. As Proverbs 18:10 says, "The name of Ahâyâh is a strong tower; The righteous run to it and are safe." ## The Hebrew Roots of the Faith and the Scriptures The last feature that we will highlight in this article is that the YABS Study Bible helps to open a door into the Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures, which are often lost or obscured in other Bible translations. The Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures refer to the original language, culture, and context of the biblical writers and readers, as well as the historical and prophetic connection between Israel and the church. Learning about the Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures enriches our spiritual growth and understanding, as it helps us to: - Read the scriptures more accurately and faithfully, as we recognize the nuances, idioms, and figures of speech that are unique to Hebrew. - Interpret the scriptures more correctly and consistently, as we understand the historical, cultural, and literary background of each book and passage. - Apply the scriptures more relevantly and practically, as we discover the timeless principles and lessons that are applicable to our lives today. - Appreciate the scriptures more deeply and fully, as we see the beauty, harmony, and diversity of God's word in its original form. Applying the Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures to our daily lives also helps us to: - Honor God more sincerely and wholeheartedly, as we worship Him according to His revealed will and ways. - Love God more passionately and fervently, as we experience His presence and power in our lives. - Serve God more faithfully and fruitfully, as we follow His guidance and purpose for our lives. - Share God more boldly and effectively, as we testify of His grace and truth to others. The YABS Study Bible helps us to explore and embrace the Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures, which are essential for our spiritual maturity and vitality. As Romans 11:17-18 says, "And if some of the branches were broken off, and you, being a wild olive tree, were grafted in among them, and with them became a partaker of the root and fatness of the olive tree, do not boast against the branches. But if you do boast, remember that you do not support the root, but the root supports you." ## Conclusion In this article, we have introduced you to some of the features and benefits of the Yasha Ahayah Bible Scriptures (YABS) Study Bible, which is a literal translation of the scriptures with the sacred name of God restored and preserved. We have seen how this study Bible differs from other Bible translations and versions in terms of: - The sacred name of Ahayah and Yashayah - The echad versus the trinity - The Torah Law versus the law - The Hebrew names of God - The Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures We hope that this article has sparked your interest and curiosity in this unique study Bible, and that you will get a copy of it for yourself. You can purchase or download the YABS Study Bible from this link: https://www.amazon.com/Yasha-Ahayah-Bible-Scriptures-Study/dp/1771433272 We also hope that this article has inspired you to study God's word more diligently and delightfully, as you seek to know Him more intimately and personally. As Psalm 119:105 says, "Your word is a lamp to my feet And a light to my path." Here are some FAQs that you might have after reading this article: Q: Who is Timothy Neal Sorsdahl and what motivated him to compile the YABS Study Bible? A: Timothy Neal Sorsdahl is a civil engineer, artist, inventor, and author who became interested in finding the truth about God's name and nature six years ago. He was dissatisfied with the traditional teachings of Christianity that contradicted or ignored many biblical passages. He decided to research for himself using various sources, such as ancient manuscripts, dictionaries, concordances, lexicons, commentaries, encyclopedias, history books, etc. He also prayed for God's guidance and revelation. He compiled his findings into the YABS Study Bible to share with others who are seeking the truth. Q: How does one pronounce Ahayah and Yashayah in Hebrew? A: Ahayah is pronounced as ah-hah-yah (with a glottal stop between ah-hah) or ah-ha-yaw (with a slight w sound at the end). Yashayah is pronounced as yah-shah-yah (with a glottal stop between yah-shah) or yah-sha-yaw (with a slight w sound at the end). Q: What are some other sources or references that support Okay, I will continue writing the FAQs based on the article I have written. Here are the rest of the FAQs: Q: What are some other sources or references that support the use of Ahayah and Yashayah as the sacred name of God? A: Some of the sources or references that support the use of Ahayah and Yashayah as the sacred name of God are: - The Dead Sea Scrolls, which are ancient manuscripts of the Hebrew scriptures that date back to the first century BC. They contain many instances of the sacred name of God written in Paleo-Hebrew letters that resemble Ahayah and Yashayah. - The Septuagint, which is a Greek translation of the Hebrew scriptures that was made by Jewish scholars around the third century BC. It uses the Greek word IAO (pronounced as ee-ah-oh) to transliterate the sacred name of God, which sounds similar to Ahayah and Yashayah. - The Peshitta, which is a Syriac translation of the Hebrew scriptures that was made by Christian scholars around the second century AD. It uses the Syriac word Yaw (pronounced as yaw) to transliterate the sacred name of God, which also sounds similar to Ahayah and Yashayah. Q: How can one study the YABS Study Bible effectively and enjoyably? A: Some of the ways that one can study the YABS Study Bible effectively and enjoyably are: - Pray before, during, and after reading the scriptures, asking God to open your eyes, ears, heart, and mind to His word and His will. - Read the scriptures aloud, using the Hebrew pronunciation of God's name and other names as much as possible, to hear and feel the power and beauty of God's word. - Compare the scriptures with other Bible translations and versions, using a concordance or a parallel Bible, to see the differences and similarities in words, phrases, and meanings. - Meditate on the scriptures, using a dictionary or a lexicon, to understand the definitions, etymologies, and nuances of each word and name. - Apply the scriptures to your life, using a commentary or a study guide, to learn the principles, lessons, and applications of each passage. Q: What are some of the benefits or advantages of knowing the Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures? A: Some of the benefits or advantages of knowing the Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures are: - You will gain a deeper and fuller understanding of God's word and His will, as you discover its original language, culture, and context. - You will develop a stronger and closer relationship with God and His people, as you appreciate His name, His nature, and His covenant. - You will experience a richer and more fulfilling spiritual life, as you worship God in spirit and in truth, according to His revealed will and ways. - You will become a more effective and fruitful witness for God and His kingdom, as you testify of His grace and truth to others. Q: Where can one find more information or resources about the YABS Study Bible or the Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures? A: Some of the places where one can find more information or resources about Okay, I will finish writing this FAQ based on the article I have written. Here is the rest of the FAQ: Q: Where can one find more information or resources about the YABS Study Bible or the Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures? A: Some of the places where one can find more information or resources about the YABS Study Bible or the Hebrew roots of the faith and the scriptures are: - The official website of the YABS Study Bible, which is https


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