There has been significant discussion among the Psalm11918.org staff about this specific topic.
Our primary observation at this time:
  • We are not saved by works (Ephesians 2:8-9, 2 Timothy 1:9) so there is no requirement to speak the sacred name of G-d for the purpose of salvation.
 
Update 12/09/2010:
The Psalm11918.org ministry is pleased to announce our partnership with Gary Mink in delivering his insightful observations and commentary about the Sacred Name Movement and the use of the Sacred Name of G-d. The Psalm11918.org team has designed and implemented Mr. Mink’s library of information on a new website at www.sacredname.com.
 
We also highly recommend this excellent article offered by Beth Immanuel Sabbath Fellowship in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Regardless of any other secondary or tertiary matters of faith, all who believe in Messiah Yeshua and seek to be obedient to the Torah as the Messiah was are welcome as guests in our homes. As we seek out the Scriptural and historical foundations of our faith we all travel on a journey that ultimately leads us closer to the G-d of Avraham, Yitzchak, and Yaakov.
 

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Yom Chamishi, 5 Elul, 5778

Thursday, August 16, 2018

 

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