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Hebrew Names of God Series

Sunday, May 05, 2013

Welcome back to Symphony of Prayer Newsletters, studying the Hebrew Names of God.

The last 3 lessons we have studied the first three names, Adonai, the Lord my Great God and Elhoim, the All Powerful One, El Roi, the God who sees me.

We learned last lesson that there are no circumstances in our lives that escape our Heavenly Fathers awareness and care. God knows us and our troubles. He sees all and nothing goes un-noticed from the all seeing eyes of El Roi, the God who sees me.

This Newsletter we are covering the following 2 lessons and will look at the fourth and fifth Hebrew Name of God, El Shaddai, the All Sufficient One, the God of the Mountains, God Almighty and Immanuel, God with Us, I Am.

El Shaddai is the all sufficient source of all of our blessings, God is all powerful. Our problems are not too hard for our God to handle.

Immanuel, God is with us, He is the great I Am, and our God never changes. His promises never fail, when we are faithless, He is a faithful God; however, we need to obey Him no matter what.

Our God is El Shaddai, the all sufficient One; the ultimate source of all our blessings, God is all powerful. There is nothing too hard for our God to do.

Immanuel, God is with us, His promises never fail, we serve a faithful God, He has promised to be with us always! We can depend upon El Shaddai & Immanuel always.
Devotional:

El Shaddia is pronounced el-shaw-Die, some scholars suggest that Shaddai refers to God’s power evident in His judgment; other’s suggest that El Shaddai means, God of the Mountains,

God refers to Himself as “El Shaddai” when He confirms His Covenant with Abraham.
See Genesis 17:1-3, 4; 48:3; 49:25; Genesis 35:11; Psalm 90:2.

The Sign of the Covenant Genesis 17:1-3, 4 El Shaddai confirms His Covenant with Abraham.
1 When Abram was ninety-nine years old, the LORD appeared to Abram and said to him, “I am Almighty God; walk before Me and be blameless. 2 And I will make My covenant between Me and you, and will multiply you exceedingly.” 3 Then Abram fell on his face, and God talked with him, saying: 4 “As for Me, behold, My covenant is with you, and you shall be a father of many nations.

Immanuel is pronounced ih-MAN-u-el. This name indicates that Jesus is more than man. He is also God. Isaiah said that the Child born to the Virgin would be called “Immanuel” Isaiah 7:14, 9:6. He is the radiance of God’s Glory and the exact representation of His nature. (Hebrews 1:3)

A Sign Given: Isaiah 7:14 Therefore the Lord Himself will give you a sign: Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a Son, and shall call His name Immanuel.

CLOSING THOUGHTS

To recap, we studied the fourth and fifth Hebrew Name of God, El Shaddai and Immanuel.
We learned that El Shaddai is the all sufficient source of all of our blessings, God is all powerful. Our problems are not too hard for our God to handle.

Immanuel, God is with us, He is the great I Am, and our God never changes. His promises never fail, when we are faithless, He is a faithful God; however, we need to obey Him no matter what.

El Shaddai is the ultimate source of all our blessings, He is always with us, no matter what problem we face we serve a God who is faithful, even if we are not. What a comfort knowing

He is El Shaddai the All Sufficient One who never fails and Immanuel who is always with us; is this your desire, to know El Shaddai & Immanuel the God who never fails us & the God who is with us always? Let’s seek to know who El Shaddai and Immanuel are in our hearts & lives today & always!
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