1,000 Manuscripts Announcement – NehemiasWall.com

1,000 Manuscripts Announcement – NehemiasWall.com

Ieri ho ricevuto una telefonata che mi ha annunciato un evento davvero storico, un evento unico sulla faccia della Terra e ho detto: “dobbiamo condividerlo con il mondo, dobbiamo condividerlo con il mondo ora” e quindi ho invitato Nehemia Gordon, un accademico dell’università ebraica (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), ora connesso via Skype. Nehemia, cosa è successo ieri? Michael, ieri abbiamo trovato il millesimo manoscritto che possiede la vocalizzazione intera del Nome Yehovah. Un anno fa Michael, in realtà poco meno di un anno fa, avevo 10 rabbini che dicevano il nome completo del Creatore dell’universo Yehovah e avevo solo 5 manoscritti biblici e mi sono detto: “devo trovarne altri, il mio obiettivo è di arrivare a 10” e ho detto sul tuo programma: “ne abbiamo 52”. Ora siamo arrivati a 1000 e tutti proclamano unanimamente che il Suo Nome è Yehovah. E Michael, questo è incredibile. Michael, c’è un versetto dei Salmi 148 che dice: “I re della terra e i popoli tutti, i governanti e i giudici della terra i giovani e le fanciulle, i vecchi insieme ai bambini lodino il nome di Yehovah: perché solo il suo Nome è sublime, la sua gloria risplende sulla terra e nei cieli.” E questo Michael è un versetto che parla dell’importanza del Nome per tutte le persone, non solo per gli ebrei, tutte le persone del mondo devono sapere il suo nome e poterlo proclamare. E ora, dopo oltre 1000 anni in cui il Suo nome è stato nascosto, è proclamato al mondo attraverso queste prove, travolgenti prove di 1000 manoscritti biblici ebraici. È incredibile Michael. La profezia di Geremia si sta avverando, I gentili stanno venendo verso Israele gridando in pentimento per le abominazioni che hanno ereditato e l’onnipotente ha detto che dato che urlano in pentimento renderà il suo Nome, Yehovah, conosciuto ai gentili e questo è il momento: 1000 manoscritti ebraici dei rabbini, hai detto 10, credo che ora siano 16 rabbini. 16 rabbini, esatto, sono 16 rabbini e se vuoi essere preciso, al momento di questa registrazione, sono 1010 manoscritti biblici ebraci, ne abbiamo trovati altri. Signore e signori, non ci sono più controversie: ogni prova che abbiamo ci dice come il Suo Nome deve essere pronunciato, non devono scoprirlo i gentili: la pronuncia si trova nei manoscritti ebraici. Nehemia grazie, continua il tuo incredibile lavoro e sarai qui per lo Shabbat Night Live e voglio sapere tutto al riguardo, grazie.

35 thoughts on “1,000 Manuscripts Announcement – NehemiasWall.com

  1. Thank you ,Nehemiah! Yahovah has chosen you to lead us to Truth of His name. And you continue to answer the call. Your such a gift 🙏 Praise the Father..bless you my brother

  2. Can you give us documentation of the 1000 you found. How can I check on that myself. So I can give you the credit and also show others.


  4. However, Michael and Nehemia can never answer these:

    1. How do you explain Professor Steven E. Fassberg, who you know is a Professor and Scholar at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where you claimed to have attended, who has worked on the DSS, contributed to the Encyclopedia Judaica etc, who teaches that "Yehovah" is a mistake and erroneous name? Are you claiming Professor Fassberg is wrong and you are right?

    2. It's not up to the Gentiles to work out according to Rood, but he cannot explain the JEWISH SCHOLARLY SOURCES that teach Yahweh is correct and Yehovah is wrong!

    Nehemia won't find Yehovah before the Masoretic texts, that's because "Yehovah" was invented when they added the vowel pointing.

    Hence, Yehovah will NEVER be found before the Masoretic mss and hence it never appears in the Dead Sea Scrolls etc.
    For more regarding this watch these videos:





    Yeremyah Michaiyah

  5. Amen. The name of the all existent one, the I am, Yehovah is Yeshua HaMeshiac. Only name given among mankind by which we are saved

  6. Jews don't care about how many manuscripts are found with vocalization or vowel points of the 'Shem HaMiforash'.
    They have chosen not to pronounce the name since the destruction of the Temple in 70AD,
    and they will keep to that until the Messiah returns. Whenever that is. He'll get here when he gets here. And not until.
    Waiting for the Messiah doesn't pay much. But the work is steady. Meanwhile, y'all keep your day jobs.

  7. Although this discovery of the name of God, Yehovah, in ancient manuscripts is truly exciting, let us not forget our King an anointed one, Yeshuah. Jeremiah 31 clearly speaks of a New Covenant for salvation by grace through faith. Knowledge won't get you into Heaven. You must be born again in Spirit. Repent, believe on Him, that He died, shed His precious blood for remission of sin, resurrected, and sits at the right hand of the Father. I pray Nehemiah will call on the name of the Lord for Salvation and eternal life. That the Holy Spirit will reside in him forever. Abba, Father I pray this in the name of Yeshuah. Thank you Father and thank you, Yeshuah.

  8. This is no news for any Jehovah's Witnesses who have been preaching to all nations and for years in fullfilment of Mathew 24:14. This findinds by Jews are a clear sign that prophecies are been fullfilled and the end of this wicked system of things is inminent, extremely close. Study the Biblie and search for the truth and praise the saint name of Jehovah!!!!!

  9. We should call the creator's name pure instead of holy because holy is linked to saints and saints is derived from sancus a pagan sun God and when we translate saints from french to English it translates holy and we shouldn't use glory because glory is derived from pagan goddess called Gloria and the word glory also means part of the sun and according to the etymology meaning holy means whole not the same thing as the Hebrew meaning and some sources say holy is derived from Halig and Halig means sun too

  10. Looks like the "Jehovah's Witnesses" had it right! Not that I am one of them. I just get chills knowing the real name now! YEEHAW! Thanks again Nehemia! You are going to be world famous if you aren't already!

  11. Jehovah's Witnesses wrote a great article on this topic in the Watchtower 1999 2/1 page 31. The title is Jehovah or Yahweh. While being careful not to be dogmatic on the subject, they present logical reasoning to show that Yehowah, Yehova, Yahowah or Yahoowah are all more acceptable than Yahweh, according to scholars and the way Hebrew works. They article concludes; "On this account, at least some scholars agree that the pronunciation "Jehovah" is not so "monstrous" after all." We have been proclaiming the holy name of God for nearly 150 years!! God's character and atibutes are connected to His name. Your name is your reputation as well as the way you are identified. So, Jehovah is the true God and creator of all things. I have had the privilege to get to know Him and be known privelege Corinthians 8:3. We want all to be reconciled to God. See; JW.ORG https://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/gods-friend/who-are-gods-friends/#?insight[search_id]=e6ff397c-8482-46ca-86a2-21407a52b3f9&insight[search_result_index]=9

  12. "Yehovah". I have been maintaining for years that the Latin transliteration "Jehovah" should not be used since it is a manmade word by a Catholic monk named Raymundus Martini in 1270 C.E. (see Aid to Bible Understanding, published by WT society, p. 885). Hopefully "new light" will occur and Jehovah's Witnesses will finally correct their false name and get the name right. It's rather disrespectful to claim to use someone's name and don't even get it right.

  13. Nehemia Gordon
    I would like to know devido to the confusion of many if it is correct to translate Yehovah into English or Spanish with the J Jehovah thanksss

  14. Nehemia Gordon
    We want to know your opinion on this subject
    John C.
    Hace 1 semana
    "Yehovah". I have been maintaining for years that the Latin transliteration "Jehovah" should not be used since it is a manmade word by a Catholic monk named Raymundus Martini in 1270 C.E. (see Aid to Bible Understanding, published by WT society, p. 885). Hopefully "new light" will occur and Jehovah's Witnesses will finally correct their false name and get the name right. It's rather disrespectful to claim to use someone's name and don't even get it right.

    Hace 1 semana
    Looks like the "Jehovah's Witnesses" had it right! Not that I am one of them. I just get chills knowing the real name now! Thanks again Nehemia! You are going to be world famous if you aren't already!


    John C.
    John C.
    Hace 1 semana
    Jehovah's did not have it right at all. Yehova and Jehovah are not the same whatsoever. In fact JW's have been using a false name invented by a catholic monk of all people (see Aid to Bible Understanding p. 885. published by WT Bible and Tract Society). The word Jehovah is latin (J didn't exist in Hebrew)

  15. With all due respect Nehemia, Jehovah's Witnesses have been for over 120 years making the name of Yehovah known all around the world. I appreciate that through YOUR work you are helping to ensure Gods name is no longer be hidden. It was always frustrating when people would repeat what they herd other people say for example "that there was no V sound in ancient Hebrew, but we hope people will educate themselves !

  16. Jer 8:8 ¿Cómo podéis decir: Somos sabios; la Ley de YHVH estå con nosotros? Cuando la pluma engañosa del escriba la ha convertido en mentira.
    9 Los sabios estån avergonzados, Turbados y atrapados: Rechazaron con desprecio la palabra de YHVH, ¿Qué sabiduría, pues, podrå haber en ellos?
    Jer 8: 8 How can you say: We are wise; Is the Law of YHVH with us? When the deceitful pen of the scribe has turned her into a lie.
    Jer 8: 9 The wise are ashamed, Troubled and trapped: They rejected with contempt the word of YHVH, what wisdom, then, may there be in them?

    Rood, You fell into the trap of the lying pen of the scribes (masoretas).
    And your friend Gordon, as a good Jew, continues to err, not only denying Yeshua Ha Mashiach, but to trust the writings of the Masoretes who follow the traditions and commandments of men of whom Gordon said to leave … As they fall into their traps! !!

  17. Jehovah's Witnesses didn't make this video. Yet there is much hatred for God's by those who don't know him. Those loving God also love his name. See Psalms 116.

  18. Yehovah sent his firstborn son Michael to the earth where he was known as Yeshua or Yehoshua, he made his father's name known and is now making it known through his chosen people which spent countless hours preaching the good news door to door, thank you Nehemiah for your work this is prophetic as you said the whole earth will have to know his name

  19. One problem I keep hitting with the language Jesus spoke? There’s no J in Hebrew!!!! So please explain to me how we got Jesus, Jacob, John, Jeremiah, on and on and on!!!! Why can’t anyone explain this to me in plain English? Furthermore why is Rabi Rood saying Yaway after January 2018 when clearly he knew that’s not correct??? Please help me get some clarity??????

  20. I have a question can you please answer during the time of Moses they were no vowels is that correct when the vowels introduced by the Greeks(matres lectionis introduced by greek) when Greece occupied Israel then 800 after the Messiah Yeshua wasn't the system of Nikkud dot dash. Vowel system was invented by masoretes ???? Wouldn't that mean that the name that was given to Moses is not the same as the one we use now because of the valve system that changes the letters sounds

  21. This is a letter from the very end of the First Temple period, found in Lachish. It shows that people were comfortable writing god's name on day to day letters and used it in greetings. NenyaAleks

    We Shouldn't Take God's Name in Vain. But What Is It?

    The true pronunciation of YHWH has long been lost, partly because 2,500 years ago, Jews decided it was too sacred to say aloud, and failed to preserve the way it was said

    Elon Gilad

    10.10.2018 | 12:38

    God goes by many names in the Bible, but he only has one personal name, spelled using four letters – YHWH. It truly has become an ineffable name: we know neither how it was pronounced in antiquity, or what it meant.

    The practical reason for the mystery of its original pronunciation is that Hebrew is written without vowels. Technically, almost any combination of vowel sounds could have been used with those consonants, thus many different pronunciations are possible.

    The other reason is more spiritual. The pronunciation of other biblical words were meticulously preserved for us by an unbroken chain of tradition passed on orally from generation to generation, until eventually it was put down in writing in Tiberias in the 10th century C.E. by Aaron ben Moses ben Asher, who refined the system of diacritic marks that Hebrew still uses to indicate vowel sounds.

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    But, this was not the case with the name of God.

    This may seem odd. Why would the Jews preserve the pronunciation of all other words in the Bible but neglect to preserve the pronunciation of the one most important word, which appears in the Bible some 6,600 times – the name of God himself?

    The reason is that during the Second Temple period, most likely in the early 5th century B.C.E., Jews decided that that name was ineffable, too holy to be uttered aloud. This was based on a particular interpretation of the third commandment, “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.”

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    The commandment probably intended, at its origin, merely to prohibit inappropriate invocation of God’s name, when swearing and the like, but during this time it began to be viewed as a prohibition against uttering the name in all but the most solemn of circumstances.

    According to the Mishnah (redacted in 200 C.E. but containing ancient traditions going back hundreds of years), the sacred name was only to be pronounced in the Temple in Jerusalem, and only in very specific occasions – by the High Priest on Yom Kippur and when the priests sanctified the crowds with the Priestly Blessing.

    ïżŒMonty Python on Jehovah Weirdmoo, YouTube

    When the Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed in 70 C.E. by Rome, to punish the Jews for their latest rebellion, there was no longer any context in which the uttering of God’s name was permissible. Since then, to this day, when the name YHWH arises during prayer or recitation outside the Temple, Jews read it aloud as 'adonai, meaning “my lord.” Thus the true pronunciation was eventually lost.

    Still, linguists and biblical scholars have come up with a likely reconstruction based on ancient transcriptions, information gleaned from theophoric names, comparative material, and Hebrew grammar. The details of these analyses are too technical and frankly boring to even summarize here, but the upshot is that in all likelihood, in biblical times, the name was pronounced yah-weh, with soft a and soft (and slightly elongated) e.

    The meaning of YHWH 

    Moving on from its missing pronunciation, what did the name YHWH mean?

    Hebrew words, or words of any other Semitic language, usually have three-letter roots. Analysis of Semitic words starts with that trilateral root, which appears in other words with related meanings.

    ïżŒThe detail of the Mesha stele with the word YHWH Tangopaso

    This is, at a very basic level, how Hebrew and other Semitic languages work. The root has a basic meaning, which gains specific meanings with the addition of other sounds (consonants and vowels). 

    ïżŒAncient graves found in Tiberias, where Jewish customs, and their pronunciation, were finally written down Gil Eliyahu

    Take for instance the root SRK: masrekmeans comb, lehistarek means to comb (one's hair), saruk is the passive past tense, combed; srika means medical scan –  combing through your innards, and so on.

    ïżŒThe Mesha Stele, telling in Phoenician alphabet how Moab was subjugated to Israel, but eventually overcame, with the help of their god Chemosh. Wikimedia Commons

    In the case of god, the trilateral root seems to be HWH.

    If this is true, and it probably is, the root HWH is likely a variant of the very common Hebrew root HYH. It is very common in Hebrew for W and Y to interchange. HYH simply means “being.”

    Also, the format of the name YHWH is similar to that of causative verbs, verbs that indicate the subject is causing a change in the verb’s object, such as English’s spill or hire. So, if we accept the root as HWH or HYH, and assume it has causative structure – taken together, the name seems to mean “bring into being.” Or, “creator.”

    This interpretation is supported to a certain extent by the Bible itself.

    ïżŒDrawing from Kuntillet Ajrud, an Israelite outpost in Southern Negev, 8th century B.C.E. Alamy

    Who are you?

    When God reveals himself to Moses in a burning bush (Exodus 3), Moses asks him what his name is.

    "Behold, when I come unto the children of Israel, and shall say unto them, The God of your fathers hath sent me unto you; and they shall say to me, What is his name? what shall I say unto them?"

    ïżŒWhy can't we say God's name? Daniel Tchetchik

    God answers “I Am that I Am," and adds,

    "Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I Am hath sent me unto you.”

    That “I am” repeated three times in this verse is ehyeh – again, from the root that means "being."

    This means that at least the person who wrote this story understood God’s name to be related to "being".

    Still, not all scholars accept this etymology. And there have been many other proposals.

    According to one very unlikely theory, the name is not Semitic in origin at all – it stems from the same proto-Indo-European word for god that gave Latin "Jupiter" and Greek "Zeus."

    Somewhat more probable is the theory that connects YHWH with the Arabic verb haw, meaning “blow,” which would be fitting for a storm god; or the theory that the name arises from a hypothetical Ugaritic root HWY, which might have carried the meaning “speak.”

    Yet another theory has it that the name was formed from two Arabic words: ya, a short word used to indicate you are talking to a person (e.g., you tack it on before a name of a person you are addressing – as in "Ya George, light the fire") and huwa, meaning, "he."

    Whatever the name's meaning and however it was pronounced in the past, today the word itself is rarely written in Hebrew outside scripture and prayer. Modern written references to the deity in Hebrew take various forms and abbreviations. The most common is Ś”Śł.

    However written, the name of God is considered so holy that once it appears on a page, it may not be erased, nor may the page be destroyed or thrown out in the trash. It must be deposited in a special synagogue archive called a genizah, or buried in a cemetery.

    Meanwhile, as we said, we lost the original pronunciation of God's name because it is too holy to say aloud. But nowadays, even the euphemism used in its stead, adonai, is considered too holy to be uttered outside of a liturgical setting. So new euphemisms have arisen, the most common being: hakadosh baruch hu (“the holy one blessed be he”) and hashem (“the name”). Whatever that name may be.

  22. The Lord's Prayer clearly states in Math 6: 9-10 "Our Father in the heavens let your name be sanctified, let your kingdom come, let your will take place as in heaven, also upon the earth"…Jehovah's name appears almost 7000 times in the original text of the Hebrew Scriptures. For more information go to jw.org...

  23. Thank you,very much!!! Finally we are sure about God's Holy Name ,JHWH=Jehowah ! Jezus his Son and Angels in Heaven are happy…we are too.

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