Pentecostal interpretation of Exodus 6:3

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Ricky Grimsley |


Any thoughts on this scripture. Exodus 6:3 KJVS
[3] And I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob, by the name of God Almighty, but by my name Jehovah was I not known to them.
For example. How could abraham call a place jehovah-jireh if he hadnt known jehovah?

Roger David [03/01/2016 4:23 PM]
yada yada yada

John Kissinger [03/01/2016 4:35 PM]
Is your question about El Elyon in the text or something else?

Troy Day [03/01/2016 4:43 PM]
Ricky Grimsley Are you starting again on Yahweh as one of the Sons of El Elyon?

Jim Price [03/01/2016 4:44 PM]
The TLB translation best describes this verse. ” though I did not reveal my name to them.”

Ricky Grimsley [03/01/2016 4:46 PM]
I see el shaddai not elyon. But ill listen to anything. Obviously most people that know about this say its A euphemism for God revealed more about himself. Thats really all i have. So I am asking for anything more really.

Ricky Grimsley [03/01/2016 5:12 PM]
I have never heard of any theory of yahweh being the son of el elyon. Sounds blasphemous. Just asking for some thoughts. If someone asks me about the scripture i would say ” God is just saying they really didnt know me that good yet but now I am revealing myself more.” Im just asking if anyone has any thing more in depth than that.

Charles Page [03/01/2016 8:20 PM]
read Scofields notes to “God” in Genesis 1:1 you won’t find it on the internet (1917 edition) You’ll have to have a copy. He references God as “Allah”

Troy Day [03/02/2016 5:08 AM]

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