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Names of Jehovah (1)

Speaker: Rev. Andrew L. Berry

At the start of the New year we want to see how God progressively reveals Himself though His names in the OT. His names represent His character and of course ultimately all of Himself is revealed in Jesus who as the ‘The Son is the radiance of God’s glory and the exact representation of His nature…’ (Heb 1:3) and ‘is the image of the invisible God…’ (Col 1:15). The first name is simply the Hebrew word for ‘God’ – Elohim, El and Eloah, (and in Greek is the word ‘Theos’, ) which is used of the one who is the Creator God in Genesis 1:1. God is known as the Creator, The Almighty and the Only one.

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Names of Jehovah (2)

Speaker: Rev. Timothy D. Berry

The second in the series looking at names of Jehovah. Jehovah Rohe – The Lord, my Shepherd

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Names of Jehovah (3)

Speaker: Rev. Timothy D. Berry

The Rolling Stones famously sang: “you can’t always get what you want…but if you try sometimes, you might find, you get why you need.” We serve the God who not only cares about needs, but also our desires. He’s the one who not only takes care of our greatest need in death with sin, but is able to satisfy every need and desire we have. Join us this Sunday as we looked to Jehovah-Jireh, the Lord my Provider.

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Names of Jehovah (4)

Speaker: Rev. Timothy D. Berry

Jehovah-Shalom: Headlines this week about the potential for full-on war with Russia made Jehovah-Shalom (the Lord, My Peace) seem highly relevant and appropriate. In a world full of chaos, confusion, and conflict, those around us need to know the God of Peace who has called us and given us the ministry of reconciliation.

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Names of Jehovah (5)

Speaker: Rev. Timothy D. Berry

Jehovah-Rapha means the Lord, my Healer. He deals with the curse and cancer of sin. He binds up the wounds of the broken hearted and tends to the hurts of his people. Similarly, Jesus is the wounded healer by whose stripes we are healed and the Great Physician who skillfully and deftly removes sin from our hearts and makes us whole.

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Names of Jehovah (6)

Speaker: Rev. Timothy D. Berry

Jehovah-Tsidkenu: The Lord is perfectly righteous. None compares to him in his wisdom and holiness. But Jehovah-Tsidkenu means “the Lord is MY righteousness”. Yes, he’s my shepherd. Yes, he’s my provider and my healer, but how does he provide me with righteousness? How do I take hold of it? Join us as we look at what it means to follow our Good Shepherd as he leads us along paths of righteousness.

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