In fact, God’s disposition is open to everyone and is not hidden, because God has never consciously avoided any person … Read More God’s word of the day: “God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself I” (Excerpt 20)
God’s name was Jehovah in the Old Testament and became Jesus in the New Testament. Revelation 3:12 prophesies that the Lord will return with a new name. Why is this? Read now to learn the mystery of God’s name.
Relevant Words of God: In each age, God does new work and is called by a new name; how could He do the same work in different ages? How could … Read More Why Is God Called by Different Names in Different Ages?
Relevant Words of God: Could the name of Jesus—“God with us”—represent God’s disposition in its entirety? Could it fully articulate God? If man says that God can only be called … Read More Why Does God Take Names, and Can One Name Represent the Entirety of God?
“I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, said the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty” (Rev 1:8).
Some say that the name of God does not change, so why then did the name of Jehovah become Jesus? It was prophesied of the coming of the Messiah, so why then did a man by the name of Jesus come?
The name of God was Jehovah in the Age of Law, and Jesus in the Age of Grace. Why does God take different names? Here is the mystery. You’re welcome to read this article.
It is prophesied in Revelation 3:12 that the Lord will have a new name when He returns. What does all this mean? Will the Lord change His name when He returns? Through Fellowship, I got the answers.
By Xiang Guangming As believers in the Lord, we all know that God’s name is Jehovah in the Old Testament, and Jesus in the New Testament. We also know that … Read More Will the Lord Still Be Called Jesus When He Returns?
By Jingwei, Japan In the Age of Law, God took the name Yahweh; in the Age of Grace, He took the name Jesus, and the Book of Revelation prophesied that … Read More Having Known the Meaning of the Names of God, I Welcomed the Lord Jesus’ Return
God’s name is Jehovah in the Old Testament, while His name is Jesus in the New Testament. Why are God’s names different? I came to understand the reason after reading a book.