What's In A Name?
Have you Ever Questioned Who God Really Is? Do You Think You Might Be Worshipping A “god” That Someone Else Created for You? Are you Questioning your Life-Time Theology?


If so, then please join Dr. Kay Fairchild and Dr. Roy E. Richmond in an inspiring journey of exploring the True Nature, Character, Way, and the many Attributes of our Father Creator – “God.”

Elohoiym - The Sovereign, Mighty Creator


In all our teachings, the goal is to bring the student to an infinite awareness, and to know the true nature, character and attributes of Father. In the past, many people have taught on the names of God. From most of those teachings there is much confusion in the “Church” as to how God is viewed. Many read and believe the bible on a surface level, and see Father as a God of wrath, a God of vengeance and filled with indignation. For that reason, most never see that Father was never mad at anyone, nor was it possible for Father to have any wrath, indignation or anger – no way, no how! The written Scripture does not reveal our Father properly because it is filled with many wrong translations, perceptions and added and deleted verses. We will do our best to correct anything that does not reflect Father’s real love, nature and way.  You are going to see how Father dealt with people, as you study his different names and what we share concerning the names. We are going to teach the names of God in line with the person and work of Jesus, as One power, One presences, One mind, and One Holy Breath; with the appearance realm as being a non-power. We will see this as we examine many of the stories and pictures in the Old Testament. This will be applied to a people who know a particular side of God’s nature, which would cause them to experience things they had never experienced before.


The Jewish people believed if they approached God, and called upon Father by using a certain name of God, that they would have more power and favor. Knowing that particular name and way, and calling on that name, such as Elohoiym or Jehovah was thought to bring them great power. It is not our desire that this be only an intellectual book of our Father’s name; the purpose of this book is to become more intimately aware of who our Father is, Fathers way, and who we are as Sons and Daughter of the Eternal Father, who is the Source of all things visible and not visible.


What we want to establish is simply that Father, gave man a choice. In the beginning, God told Adam not to partake of the tree (teachers) of the knowledge of good and bad.  God said, “in the day that you do, dying thou shalt die”, and the moment they partook of it, they began to die by aging, and being affected by time and dying in their awareness of Father because they self-condemned themselves and lived with a sense of being separate from Father, when they were not. Father created the phenomenon called time, for the seasons and for measurements. We were given time, but not to affect us. We were created in eternality, where the realm where time was not to affects us; the realm of eternality. Father gave us time; there is nothing wrong with time. However, the problem is, after the first race of man -  Adam’ identified with a false sense of separation from his Creator, people who did the same, in embracing the teaching of religiosity then became affected by time, age, death, rather than by the eternality and infinity realm, where we were created to dwell – by the cool of the day (ruwach – Holy Breath) experience wherein Adam’ walked with Father.


Father gave man opportunity to make choices, and as a loving Father said, “If you do this, these circumstances will happen,” and gave him loving instructions for protection. Father also gave these types of instructions to everyone after Adam’. The result was much death and destruction since most did not heed to the loving instruction. There are those who do not like reading the Old Testament happenings for that very reason; however, we can view the death and destruction as pictures of what Jesus’ teachings were to eradicate from mankind’s life. If they embraced what Jesus taught, rather than what the Mosaic Law taught them, then their realization and experience would be life abundantly. When we read of Father telling the children of Israel to kill certain people, and destroy entire cities; the flood of Noah’s day, and other things, to a certain level it can seem like Father God did those things. Nevertheless, all of those happenings were the result of the people willingly doing what Father warned them of, that if they did them, there would be consequences of the choices they made. The biblical writers who blamed Father, did so out of a false perception. It was them, and the people who allowed those things that produced death and destruction. Father tried to protect them from all the destruction they experienced, even death of the body. Any Loving Laws that Father  has given mankind, has been for man’s own good; blessings to experience abundant life; so, our Father is not a “God of vengeance.” Some will say, “Well the Bible states that “God said vengeance is mine and I will repay.” Father God did not cause those things to happen. People’s choices caused those things to happen. They were under the law of sowing and reaping; if one sowed to the flesh, then they reaped that which they sowed. As a result, man reaped a whole lot of things from what Adam” partook. We are not saying that when we get sick today, that is why we reaped that; we know why we get sick, it is because, according to the Apostle Paul, we have not discerned who were are – what our body is. The question is not, “why do we get sick”, the question is “why we do not dwell in the secret place of the Highest?”


We will start this book out, in learning about our Father in the book of Genesis. The first nature way or name of our Father God is Jehovah- Elohoiym. We know the word ‘name’ means nature and way, just like there are different sides to our natures. We are a Pastor, Teacher, Parent, Grandparent, Friend, Writer, Author and Comforter Messengers, and many more hats that we wear that make up our nature. It is the same way with Father; all of the names we have recorded picture to us part of the nature, character, way and attributes that make up our eternal Father.


For example, when we read just the word ‘God’, it is Elohoiym. We know that there are those who major on the Trinity, and there has been much debate down through the ages on whether there is One or Three. We do not desire to write about that in this book. We personally see Father as One God; Jesus was God manifested in the flesh just as we are, and then Father is Holy Breath, just as we are Holy Breath. We see it as One, not so much as a Trinitarian doctrine as many people do.

As you read this book, you do not have to buy into everything we believe. We are not offering this work just to get you to believe things the way we believe. We do believe there will come a time when we all see “eye to eye” and it really should be now, because we are led by Holy Breath now, and should all be seeing all Truth, not partial Truth. We know we are not all at that place as of yet, however, Jesus conversed with Father in desiring we would all experience being One as Jesus experienced being One with Father


We often benefit by using the “Rule of First Mention,” in the study of the Bible, so we will start out examining the first mention of Elohiym in the book of Genesis. Elohiym, also carries the meaning of “gods in a physical sense,” which would be all people. Often in Scripture, we when talking to people, “Ye are gods!”


Gen 1:1 “In the God (beginning) God created the heaven and the earth.” KJV The word “in,” always implies a position of rest and superimposition, meaning to put the face of God over us – as in, we are the Face of God, as Hosea, “We exist as the face of God,” – plural of! 


When we read the word God, it is Elohiym; so, in Elohiym, Elohiym created the heaven and the earth. In part of our study on the name Jehovah-Elohiym, we found that it reveals the majestic omnipotent God. Combining the majesty and meaning of both names together they imply man’s place of a conscious intelligent relationship with his or her creator. The name Elohiym is the God of relationship, and the name Jehovah the God of holiness.


“Elohiym” is found in the Bible about twenty-five hundred times, and it comes from a root word with only two letters, “EL.” There are two main facets to Elohiym. First, it speaks of total power, total sovereignty, strength, might and complete creativity.


We have often said, and heard others say, that we are co-creators with God. However, there is only one Creator, and our Creator Father has placed everything within us. We bring it into existence what Father created, when we agree with that which is within us. Father is the One Creator within us that created all things, and placed it all within man.


If one has read our books or listened to our audio sermons, he or she will know that we write and teach much about One power, One body, One Divine Mind, One Holy Breath, and One presence. Therefore, we believe we can bring Elohiym into the mix, and the might, power and strength of Elohiym is just One. We do not believe anyone could say they have seen Father in a fight or battle with anyone. Therefore, Elohiym would designate One power, One strength and One mind. 


Isaiah 40:31 “But they that wait upon the LORD (Yehovah – self-existent, eternal) shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.” KJV [Italics ours]


The word ‘renew’ is the Hebrew word ‘chalaph’, which means change or exchange. They that wait upon the Lord shall exchange strength; that is the strength, might and power of Elohiym, being theirs. Moreover, also complete creativity; there is only one Creator. In Isaiah 43 and 45 reveals that there is only One God, One Creator, and only One Saviour.


            Genesis 1:26-27, where they translated the Scripture to say, “Let us make man, in our image and after our likeness,” in the KJV that is not the correct rendering. It was recorded the following way, in the Hebrew, after the animals became visible, “God spoke over the man he formed: “Saith God, become man as a representative figure in resemblance, and decided, declared and decreed, have dominion over…. 27 So created Father, man as a representative figure in resemblance, Father created male and female to create Father in a body, everlastingly.” RERichmond Tree of Life Bbile Translations


Many ask what is the “us”, and what is the “our” in the phrase “after our likeness,” in the King James Version. We were in Father from the foundation, but we do not believe we had a part in creation; however, we were in Father God from the beginning.


The Apostle John talks about in Him were all things made, there was not anything made without Him, and if it was made apart from Him, it simply was not made, because it is not a real thing. Of course, there are many of man’s inventions that Father has gotten the blame for making. Scripture states, “The Whole God” (2 Cor. 5). What is Paul saying there? He did not mean a heart attack that someone might have is of our Father God. That was written in the aros tense, meaning there were some words left out. All the (things) Whole that Father God made in the Kingdom, He upholds, sustains and maintains. What we are saying is that He did not make or create everything that we see; many are man’s *inventions. They are things that have come from man focusing upon the appearance realm, rather than focusing upon what Father made us, that we manifest upon the earth. In Solomons searching out man, and what Father did, he wrote, “Lo, this only have I found, that God hath made man upright; but they have sought out many *inventions.” Ecclesiastes 7:29 KJV The word “inventions,” is a English translation of the Hebrew word  “chishshabown”, meaning contrivance or better “a machination,” meaning carnal plots of schemes.  


Another aspect of Elohiym, besides complete power, strength, and complete might, and besides the fact that Father created the heavens and the earth, and created all things, is that He is the Covenant Making God.


We know there were other covenants, but Father’s Covenant is eternal – there is no “new” and “old” covenant – Father does not change His mind from one moment to another. The Covenant with Adam, with Noah, and with Abraham is the everlasting covenant, which we are a product of today, and are experiencing.


Now, in Romans chapter one, Paul the Apostle received a revelation; let us see what it is.


Romans 1:16 I am not ashamed to announce the Good News: for it reveals the abundant power of Father. This power has preserved, given well-being, and kept whole everyone, for it provided for all, from before the foundation of the world. Through it, they will experience their wholeness. I first taught this to the Judeans, then to the Greeks, and now to you. RERichmond Tree of Life Bible Translations


Therefore, God’s Covenant with His creation, which He is not ashamed of, is His power. Colossians 1 states that He upholds, sustains and maintains all through His power, might and strength. His Word is settled in His awareness (heavens), and it needs to be settled in, through and as a people.


We know at the formation of the Whole, Elohiym loved creation so much that His desire was to preserve His creation, after Adam made the wrong choice to learn from His own experience, apart from his Father Creator – Life Source. Man grew worse and worse as time went on.


Eventually, as time went by, Father noticed a man by the name of Enoch. Enoch was not necessarily hungry to know Father God. He lived a fairly, normal life, and had reached about sixty-five years of age. At sixty-five, he sired a child.  He bore a son by the name of Methuselah. Methuselah’s name means, “Enough of sinfulness; when this child dies there is going to be a flood come upon all the earth and destroy all of the wicked.[1] You can imagine Enoch and his wife wanted to take care of Methuselah as much as they could, because the meaning of his name means, “when he dies, there is going to come a flood.” We know he lived nine hundred and sixty-five years, and when he died, the time of the flood (that mankind allowed) was upon them.


Now about this time, we find Enoch who did not really care about spiritual things; something began to stir in his thoughts or awareness (spirit or heart). He began to cultivate a relationship with Father.


Gen 5:24 “And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him.” KJV  


He walked or dwelt in the awareness of Father for three hundred years, and three hundred is the biblical number for complete deliverance. He walked with God for three hundred years, and all of a sudden he has a “suddenly.” Hopefully you, the reader of this book, have experienced many “suddenlies”, or will as you glean from what we write in this book. Enoch has a suddenly, and is translated according to the Greek rendering in the book of Hebrews. In the Hebrew language, the word “translated” means “to tarry across.” The phrase, “was translated, is metatithemi, and it means to transfer, change sides, exchange; from Meta meaning, after, beyond, accompaniment, amid; from tithemi, meaning to place in a posture. Just like the word, “Metaphysical,” which is a study of Scripture, “Beyond the physical understanding.”


Hebrews 11:5 states, “By faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death, meaning something was going on inside of him. That is all it was; he was translated by faith. We have the faith of the Son of God on the inside of us, which was faith in Fathers faith toward mankind. We understand much concerning the person and work of Jesus and what he came to reveal. We are a people that believe. We are a people who are coming into a knowing, as we have never known before. Enoch was translated by faith; we need to let that sink in to our awareness. There are coming some “suddenlies.”


While all this was going on, it did not change anything concerning the eternal condition of the entire creation; the wickedness continued to grow worse and worse, and man got viler in his actions. Methuselah lived for nine hundred and sixty-nine years for a reason. His life was extended because Father God wanted to preserve his Creation. When the child of Enoch died, that was when the flood was going to come upon the earth.


Methuselah had a child, named La’mech, and one of La’mech’s sons was Noah. This entire line experienced the protection of Elohiym. Once one studies this out, he or she will discover that this entire line of people was protected and preserved, down to the third and fourth generation by Elohiym. There is scripture in the New Testament that explains that our whole household will experience redemption, and that we are a covert for our families. Our family can be living in the lower realm way of life, just doing their own thing, and if you are open and walking in the consciousness and the awareness of God, you will save them a whole lot of problems because you will become their covert, and you will preserve them down to the third and fourth generation.  This is what we see in this genealogy from Enoch all the way to Noah since we know that Noah and his family were saved.


Therefore, in all that I have written thus far, we see that our Father is the Covenant making God.


Gen 6:13 “And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence through them; and behold, I will destroy them with the earth.” KJV


Next, God gives Noah instruction for building the Ark. We have to know Noah had no clue; he was scorned, persecuted and laughed at. No one had any idea of what rain was, nor had they ever seen rain. Think of the faithfulness of this man who had no clue as to what was coming. He knew Elohiym as strength, might, power, Creator, the Covenant making God. He had to have known Him well. He worked on this ship for one hundred-twenty years. He built it exactly according to the pattern and detail that God had given him. We know when the flood came that Noah and his family were saved. Next, God made a Covenant with Noah. What are we seeing? We are seeing Elohiym, the Covenant making God, the God of One power, One Strength, One might, the One Creator. This points to the one Covenant that He was looking forward to, leading up to, the Covenant that we have to do with, which is the New Covenant; the everlasting Covenant.


Gen 9:11 “And I will establish my covenant with you; neither shall all flesh be cut off any more by the waters of a flood; neither shall there anymore be a flood to destroy the earth. 12 And God said, This is the token of the covenant which I make between me and you and every living creature that is with you, for perpetual generations: 13 I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth.” KJV 


Accordingly, Elohiym showed Himself here in two ways.

  1. In the rainbow

  2. In the Covenant that He made with Noah

Every time we see a rainbow in the sky, we should think, Elohiym and Covenant. This is the aspect of Elohiym that has to do with His One power, One might, One Strength, the One Creator, and the One Covenant that He was looking forward to establishing. He did not establish it with us. We know when we examine the New Testament; He established it between Him and the Lord Jesus, because He could swear by none greater.




The next time we see Elohiym in Scripture is when He makes a Covenant with Abram. He uses two Hebrew names when He is dealing with Abram. He uses “Jehovah,” when He is talking about the blessing that He is going to bless him with; because when we get to this name, we find that this is the Self-Existent One that becomes the I AM. This is the one that has to do with us having within ourselves everything we could ever possibly need. When we have a conscious awareness of this, we walk in the “Isness” and “Nowness” of God, and the truth that He already is what we need within us.  He then manifests as what we need from within to without, from the invisible realm to the visible realm.

So, when He was dealing with Abram, He was dealing also with Jehovah, which means the revelation, and after Abram’s name (nature) was changed, he and his wife Sarai received a revelation. It was the revelation (unveiling, revealing or disclosing) of Isaac that came on the scene. There was an unveiling of something. Therefore, he knew God as Jehovah in the blessing, however he knew Elohiym as the Covenant.


In Genesis 12:1-3, we find the word “Lord.” The word “Lord” is Jehovah, the I Am that I Am, the Self-Existent One that becomes whatever is required, whatever is needed in our day to day existence. Then in Genesis 2:2-5, the Bible uses the words, “Lord God” and that has to do with Elohiym; sometimes it is translated as Lord God.


With all that we have previously written established in understanding, let us begin this journey of discovering the True nature, character and attributes of our Father Creator Spirit.


God gives Abram three things to do. 

  1. “I want you to leave your country.”

  2. “I want you to leave your relatives.”

  3. “I want you to go to a land that I will lead and direct you on our journey.

Can you imagine doing all this only by faith, with no idea where you are headed, or what is in store for your life? We know Abram did not do exactly what God told him to do. First, he takes Terah[2], his old man with him. Next, he took Lot[3], his second cousin with him. We know that Terah means “a delay,” and Lot means, “A covering or a veil.”  They took off together, and once they got to Haran, his old man dies. Haran means “a place of dryness,” “a parched place.” Abram’s trip was in a dry place for two years, and he did not hear the voice of God for two solid years. When he finally reached the Promise Land, he built an altar, and his altar represented his communion with the Father. He desired to commune with God because he had not heard from him in two years. Therefore, he built an altar between Bethel, which means “the house of God,” and Hai, which means “a place of ruin.”

Later Abram went to Egypt to avoid a famine, and when he returned to the Promise Land, he discovered that the altars he built were destroyed. Therefore, Abram took his family and moved to a place named Mamre, which means “spotless.” Mamre was in Hebron, which means, “fellowship.”  It was there that Abram began to hear from God again, in the place of “spotless fellowship.”


Eventually, Abram and Lot parted ways (Genesis 13).  They departed ways because of a disturbance between the herdsmen. Abram did not want any trouble, so he gave Lot the first choice; he said, “You go to the right or the left, it matters not to me, you get the first choice.” I do not believe this was because Abram was trying to be humble, but simply because he knew Elohiym. He knew the Covenant keeping God, the God of One power and One Strength, the One Creator of all things. He knew it did not matter to him the direction Lot chose to go, or the direction he went; he knew God had his back, and provision for him would be in whichever direction he went. He had no worries whatsoever.


Genesis 13:8 “And Abram said unto Lot, Let there be no strife, I pray thee, between me and thee, and between my herdmen and thy herdmen; for we be brethren. 9 Is not the whole land before thee? Separate thyself, I pray thee, from me: if thou wilt take the left hand, then I will go to the right; or if thou depart to the right hand, then I will go to the left.” KJV


Abram was at peace about the situation, and knew Elohiym; there was no fight simply because He knew the Covenant keeping God. He did not just know about God; He knew Him intimately.


After they parted ways, then is when the Abrahamic Covenant began to be confirmed. We will now see the use of the name “Lord,” meaning Jehovah, the Self Existent One that becomes all that is required for the day.


Gen 13:14 “And the LORD said unto Abram, after that Lot was separated from him, Lift up now thine eyes, and look from the place where thou art northward, and southward, and eastward, and westward: 15 For all the land which thou seest, to thee will I give it, and to thy seed forever. 16 And I will make thy seed as the dust of the earth:


When he speaks of “seed”, it is connected to intimacy. When he speaks of Lord Jehovah, it is connected to the Self Existent One who becomes the manifestation. Let us see what He connects with the manifestation. “…so that if a man can number the dust of the earth, then shall thy seed also be numbered. 17 Arise, walk through the land in the length of it and in the breadth of it; for I will give it unto thee.” KJV


There are two things, He instructs of Abram. “I want you to rise, and I want you to walk.” Another way of saying it under the New Covenant would be, “I want you to lift up, open up, raise your awareness, or awaken to righteousness, put on the Divine imagination, put on the Mind of Christ, and live out of Life Eternal by continuing to acknowledge Jehovah, without looking at the way it looks in the realm of appearance.” That is really, what Father is saying to Abram.


Then suddenly Chedorlaomer, king of Elam, comes on the scene with Tidal, king of nations, and both picture the appearance realm. Since Abram knew Elohiym intimately, he kept his eye on the Creator, Covenant making, One power, One presence, one mind God. He did not take off his focus.


Now, in Chapter 15, we find Abram and Sarai are ninety-nine and eighty-nine, and God tells them they are going to have a child. Abram had to get his mind off the fact that Sarai was no longer having her monthly cycle. And his ability to impregnate Sarai was pretty much zero; he had to really keep his mind focused on the fact that God, Elohiym had made covenant with him, and it did not matter what the king Chedorlaomer said about the land; it did not matter what his age would tell him, or what was spoken over him. Hebrews 11:12 records, “He considered, not the deadness of Sarai’s womb, and he did not consider his own age anymore.” He focused upon the Covenant making Elohiym, and the Word that was spoken unto him.


Soon after this, in Chapter 17 we find Abram and Sarai’s names are changed. Abram’s is changed to Abraham, meaning, “The father of a multitude,” and Sarai’s name is change to Sarah, meaning, “The Princess of many nations.” In Genesis 17:17 God changed his name, and told him he was going to have a child, and he fell on his face and laughed. Then when Sarah heard she was going to have a child, she laughed, and guess what happened? God got the last laugh, because when the child was born, they named him “laughter[4].” This all took place because he knew Elohiym. All because he knew, and put his faith in the Covenant keeping God, the One power, one mind, one strength and one presence God; the God that will never break His Covenant. It is man that will not keep it, and then he reaps the results.


Therefore, when you see the title, “God,” in your Bible, remember it is always translated as Elohiym, and it is always connected with One power, One strength, One might. It is always connected with “in the beginning God” the One Creator, and it is always connected with the Covenant that He made. There are many Covenants in the Old Testament. However, they were all to lead up to this one and final everlasting Covenant, where Elohiym made the covenant with the Lord Jesus, and we received the benefit.


Before we end this chapter, I want to give the reader a few Scriptures that use the title “God”, meaning Elohiym or this as a side of God’s nature. I do not believe we have to approach our Father by these names to invoke a greater power from Him or obtain favor in any given situation. We do not have to do any of that; but it is nice to understand and to realize the different sides of God’s nature. All of what we will teach in this book is confirmation of what we have been learning in the last several years of One Power, One Presence, One Mind, One Body and One Spirit, and the non-power of anything in the appearance or temporal realm.


Isaac would have never been born, had Abraham and Sarah focused upon the way things were in the appearance realm. We are going to see stories like this all the way through our study of “The Names of God.”


Psalm 91:2 “I will say of the LORD, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God-Elohiym; in him will I trust. 3 Surely he shall deliver thee from the snare of the fowler, and from the noisome pestilence. 4 He shall cover thee with his feathers, and under his wings shalt thou trust: his truth shall be thy shield and buckler.” KJV [Italics mine]


Lord – The Self Existent One that becomes the I Am that Moses knew – Jehovah.


David wrote Psalm 91 in the future tense, pointing to the work of the cross. Since we know the finished work of Jesus has already happened in our past, it is now, and is in us now, and we can live out the Isness of our Elohiym and experience this side of God’s nature. The writer of this Psalm is talking in terms of the Most Holy Place. As a result of Elohiym’s operation in the Person and work of Jesus, we are seated (at rest) in the heavenly (being the abode of God as the Most Holy Place), and all we have to do, summed up in two words, is believe and receive. As we open our consciousness, we put on the Divine imagination, the mind of Christ, and walk in the acknowledgment and conscious awareness of Elohiym’s operation; that is where the formation of whatever we seem to lack is formed and takes place. This is the dynamics of it, sometimes we get to the point that we realize and feel how it is to be in a particular situation, and walking in it by faith, and the particular formation takes place. They formed for God, what Isaac was, and it was Isaac formed in God, and Isaac was a perfect picture of what Jesus was, the promised son.


We can then see the end from the beginning, and walk in the blessing, no matter what we see with our eyes, the formation takes place. Adam needed Eve and she needed him, she formed for him what he was. What we do when we open the consciousness, and we walk in that conscious awareness, we are forming what is required for our life. It is God being formed as whatever we have need of, just as God was formed in Abraham and Sarah as Isaac.


Psalm 57:1 To the chief Musician, Al-tas'-chith, Mich'-tam of David, when he fled from Saul in the cave. “Be merciful unto me, O Elohiym, be merciful unto me: for my soul trusteth in thee: yea, in the shadow of thy wings will I make my refuge, until these calamities (things that come out of the appearance realm) be over past. 2 I will cry unto God most high; unto God that performeth all things for me. 3 He shall send from heaven, and save from the reproach of him that would swallow me up. Selah. God shall send forth his mercy and his truth.” KJV [Italics ours]


Again, this is Most Holy Place terminology. We know that what the writer wrote of is on the inside of us right now. Where he says, “he shall send from heaven,” he is talking about the Spirit within us, where Elohiym abides. The word “heaven” is the abode of God, and we know we are the abode, dwelling place of God. Job said, “Is not my help within me?” Notice also he said, “And save me from the reproach of him that would swallow me up.” What is that? It is a no-thing.


Abraham and Sarah had to consider the age of their body, and see it as no-thing. Like Isaiah said, “…the realm of flesh; the realm of man is a no-thing, it is less than nothing.” He said, “A moth could eat it up.” He was speaking in light of what Jesus accomplished.


The next set of verses is in the book of Jeremiah, and it is talking about what has to do with the Covenant.


Jeremiah 32:38-39 “And they shall be my people, and I will be their Elohiym: And I will give them one heart, and one way (Jesus), that they may fear (reverence) me forever, for the good of them, and of their children after them: 40 And I will make an everlasting covenant with them, that I will not turn away from them, to do them good; but I will put my fear (reverence) in their hearts, that they shall not depart from me.” KJV [Italics mine]


Elohiym made that everlasting Covenant through Jesus our Lord. It is God that sent Jesus to the Cross, and God that raised Christ from the dead (the death state of humanity).


One more verse, and this is Solomon speaking.


1 Kings 8:23 “And he said, LORD Elohiym of Israel, there is no Elohiym like thee, in heaven above, or on earth beneath, who keepeth covenant and mercy with thy servants that walk before thee with all their heart:” KJV


The reason why He keeps Covenant is that the Covenant was made between Him and Jesus. The Covenant cannot be broken because God said it is an EVERLASTING Covenant and it has to do with that side of God’s nature, which is Elohiym; the One Power, One Presence, One Strength, One Creator, One Mind, One Body and One Spirit. It is all about Him, and what He does through a people. Without Him there is no thing, but He uses us by Him doing the work in and as us. Psalm 127:1 “Except the LORD build the house, they labour in vain that build it: except the LORD keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain.” KJV


As Solomon said, “Lord, there is no Elohiym like thee!”   


We must know more about His Oneness with man because there is too much dividing.


As one reads our books about the nineteen names of God, they will never see God as vengeful, wrathful, and out to get people. He simply said, “Do this and you will be okay.” They did not, and they brought it upon themselves.


Never has God been portrayed like what man and religion has taught that He was; but He has always been the God of Love. “So, God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son.” People need to get a correct perspective and understanding of the God of the Old and New Covenant, and they will in reading this book, and allow Holy Spirit to teach. Then the only thing to do is agree with Him. “Without faith, it is impossible to agree with God (the word “please” is a mistranslation, the correct translation is “agree”).


[1] When he is dead, it shall be sent (the same meaning in the Hebrew and Greek); i.e., the flood; to send; to dismiss, to be cast out. Messenger of death; it shall be sent (deluge). The Exhaustive Dictionary of Bible Names Dr. Judson Cornwall & Dr. Stelman Smith

[2] Chaldean meaning: To delay; wild goat; turning; wandering.

[3] Lot – Covering, veil; covered; concealed.

[4] Isaac OT:3327 Yitschaq (yits-khawk'); from OT:6711; laughter (i.e., mochery); Jitschak (or Isaac), son of Abraham: OT:6711 tsachaq (tsaw-khak'); a primitive root; to laugh outright; by implication, to sport:

(Biblesoft's New Exhaustive Strong's Numbers and Concordance with Expanded Greek-Hebrew Dictionary. Copyright (c) 1994, Biblesoft and International Bible Translators, Inc.)