“Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved.” Acts 4:12 (NIV)
This Week’s Prayer
Father, it is in the name of the LORD YeHoWsHua* (Jesus Christ) we pray. Oh Lord our God! We repent of the deceptions of Satan under whose spell we were under. We repent with our whole heart, mind, body and soul of every perverse, corrupt and wicked thing we mistakenly believed in the name of religion. We acknowledge that we were wrong. Please forgive us today. We know now that there is no other name under Heaven, on earth that can save us but the Name of Jesus the Christ. Your titles of Father, Son and Holy Ghost are not ordained by You for salvation. Only Your Name Saves! Lord we bless Your Holy Name! We praise You for washing away our sins by Your Blood by baptism in Your Name and imputing Your righteous unto us so that we may be transformed into the righteousness of God through faith in Christ Jesus and run into Your Name and be saved. Your Name is above every name, title and distinction on earth, beneath the earth and in Heaven. We Bless Your Name. We Praise Your Name! We Worship You Right Now! We commit all that we are and ever will be to You so that Your perfect will for our lives will be done to the Glory of God The Father. In the matchless name of our Lord and savior YeHoWsHua* (Jesus the Christ), Amen.
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Footnote: *The Hebrew spelling of the name of Christ is used in this prayer for educational purposes. Yehowshua is often shorten to Yeshua but out of respect for my Lord I chose to use the spelling of His proper name to demonstrate that His name is above every name and that even the spelling of His name is relative to the spelling of The Father’s name – remembering that there were not any vowels in the Hebrew alphabets. Thus, YHWH (Yahweh) and YeHoWsHua (Yahweh is salvation) are grammatically and uniquely related. Notice the Y-H-W-H in both the Father and the Son.