‘ĕlâ, ‘ĕlôha, ‘ēl, ‘ayil, Topic Pop Up

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From Daniel 2

Subject: In Daniel 2 the name of God is ‘ĕlâ

Strong’s h426 meaning: The authentic God or a mimic god (idol)
Root Word (Etymology) corresponding to…

h433 ‘ĕlôha which is from…

אֵל H410 ‘ēl (singular male noun meaning God, the one true God, Yehovah).
Root Word (Etymology) A shortened form of…

h352 אַיִל (below) ‘ayil

Conclusion: God’s name as “ĕlâ“, ĕlôha, ēl , and ‘ayil point to Jesus:

  1. A Ram with its head caught in the thorns (a crown of thorns) as a sacrifice substitute for Abraham’s promised son Isaac.
  2. A Passover male Lamb.
  3. The ram’s skin dyed red (blood) for the tabernacle.
  4. A pillar literally means “a witness” because pillars were written on with hieroglyphic writings telling a story.
    • Revelation 1:5 and from Jesus Christ, the faithful witness (pillar), the firstborn from the dead, and the ruler over the kings of the earth. To Him who loved us and washed us from our sins in His own blood,
  5. The doorposts in Egypt were painted with blood so that the Angel of Death would “Pass Over” their house, therefore the phrase for the “Pass Over” lamb and the Jewish feast of “Pass Over”. The blood on the doorposts were symbolic of Jesus blood on the wood of the cross and being a door to man’s salvation.
  6. The Terebinth tree is literally “A holy seed”, which, when cut down will be “resurrected” with new branches regrowing from the stump. The new branches are known as a remnant of the original and is also known as a “tenth remnant” or a “tithe”.

According to II Samuel Chapter 22 ēl IS Yᵊhōvâ !

From Job Chapter 9:

What is the difference between El and Eloha and the relationship to Yehova?

  • When the first two letters of the Tetragrammaton are added to El, the resulting word is Elohei (א-להי).
  • When the last two letters of the Tetragrammaton are added to El, the resultant is Eloah (א-לוה).

The Tetragrammaton is YHWH also called Yehova or Jehovah: In Hebrew it is written as this:

The ancient Hebrew Letters for Yehova:

The ancient letters were

What are special about these four letters? As in the Ox head and Yoke to spell “El”, These four letters also have their own representation:

BEHOLD! (Something supernatural-awestruck)…also drawn as


BEHOLD! (Something supernatural-awestruck)…also drawn as


Together, these four letters produce a sentence: Behold! Nail. Behold! Hand.

Another interesting notation is that “Behold” looks like a man praising God in this pictograph

And like a Man on a cross with both feet nailed together in this pictograph. (The man crucified on the Shroud of Turin, said to be the burial cloth of Jesus, shows both feet nailed together.)

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