Rather, there is no other god apart from the true god—that is, outside the god family now consisting of two divine beings, the father and the son in short, the god family alone is god another view of the shema is based on the root word from which echad is derived— achad. Hebrew names of god, yhvh, yhwh, jehovah, adonai, ehyeh asher ehyeh learn hebrew hebrew names of god yhvh is the name expressing the mercy and condescension of almighty god: the holy one, blessed be he, said to those, you want to know my name i am called according to my actions when the people heard the name, they prostrated. The first israelites study play around 1000 bc what group of people built a kingdom in canaan what group of people spoke hebrew the jews where did the hebrews write down their religious beliefs leave mesopotamia and go to canaan and worship the one true god. Bible verses about one god bible verses related to one god from the king james version (kjv) by relevance - sort by book order 1 timothy 2:5 - for [there is] one god, and one mediator between god and men, the man christ jesus. Monotheism is distinguished from henotheism, a religious system in which the believer worships one god without denying that others may worship different gods with equal validity, and monolatrism, the recognition of the existence of many gods but with the consistent worship of only one deity.
Yahweh is a very common hebrew name for god in the old testament, occurring over 5,300 times it is the angel of yahweh prayed to yahweh on behalf of the people of god (zechariah 1:12), just as jesus prays to the father for the through the prophets, god communicated to israel that there is only one true god (deuteronomy 6:4. The name of the one true, living god offered to the body of jesus christ, 2005-2013 by david w eckman at lordslawcom for quite some time, a belief has circulated widely that people who believe in one god must believe in the same god, and therefore, all belief systems that promote such a belief share equal validity, and someone can choose among them based on that person's own preferences. The children of the slave trade scattered throughout the americas and other parts of the world are the israelites [god chosen people] according to the bible and they have a spiritual (biblical) problem the god of israel is the god of the bible and he’s not only an all loving but he's also a god of terror and truth. The jewish god is not merely a philosophical concept, a final cause which explains the existence of the universe he is a personal god, the true hero of the biblical stories, and the guide and mentor of his chosen people as such he has a proper name in the hebrew scriptures that name is written as.
Since no jew had ever heard or known the true pronunciation of this most sacred of names for the hebrew god, they put there the identical vowel-pointings which are rendered for adonai in reality, the jews were just doing what they had always done: they spoke “adonai” every time they read “yhwh” in the text. The “one body” of true believers is united by “one spirit” and worships “one lord” and “one god and father” according to “one faith” “one” used of spiritual unity with jesus christ. “the bible, the land, and the people of israel are one, and the israel bible reminds us of this bond you can’t read the bible, the word of god, without understanding the significance of israel—past, present, and future. The prophet elijah urged the people of ancient israel to turn from sin and to return to the true god his message is just as important for us today god responded to the prayer of elijah the prophet and sent fire from heaven. First it is a plural form (-im and -ot are the standard hebrew plural endings) of the word god in the hebrew and the canaanite languages which is rendered el in the singular (when the word el is used for the one true god it is always capitalized = el.
There is only one problem and it is a huge one those living today who profess to be “jews” are not of the ancient israelites, they are interlopers, false pretenders but there is a true and legitimate chosen people of god in fact, the scriptures had it right all along the answer is found in galatians 3:29 read it for yourself. The hebrew word hen means one and only one and is used of god: “now, o lord our god, deliver us from his hand that all the kingdoms of the earth may know that you alone [hen], lord, are god” (isaiah 37:20) but never in the torah. God's real name is the same for all people everywhere it matters not at all which religion or cultural heritage you are from it matters not at all which religion or cultural heritage you are from truth transcends all boundaries we seek to erect.
The one true god later identified himself as the “the god of abraham, the god of isaac and the god of jacob” (exodus 3:6) and revealed himself to moses in midian (verses 1–5) using moses, the one true god began to reveal himself more clearly through his written word, the bible. The name of god used most often in the hebrew bible is the tetragrammaton (yhwh hebrew: יהוה ) jews traditionally do not pronounce it, and instead refer to god as hashem, literally the namein prayer the tetragrammaton is substituted with the pronunciation adonai, meaning my master. The faithfulness of god 120010000 then he said, write this down, for these words are trustworthy and true the biblical usage of the word conforms to its etymology who has given rest to his people israel just as he promised not one word has failed of all the good promises he gave through his servant moses psalms 89:32-34. If we adopt the common definition of monotheism as the belief that no deities exist other than the one god, then the hebrew bible is not a monotheistic work we may ask, however, how useful this definition is.
The divine titles distributed through the narrative do not explicitly develop a thesis about god as does, for example, “the holy one of israel,” in the book of isaiah 356 as the narrative unfolds, however, yahweh’s unique identity emerges with clarity from the names and titles used by the narrator and characters 357 the titles “god of. The bible, however, uses this noun to refer to the one true god kings and queens might use the “royal we” to speak of themselves in the plural of majesty biblical authors likewise spoke of the one true god in the plural form to show his elevated status above all people and above all so-called gods. The name elohim is unique to hebraic thinking: it occurs only in hebrew and in no other ancient semitic language the masculine plural ending does not mean gods when referring to the true god of israel, since the name is mainly used with singular verb forms and with adjectives and pronouns in the singular (eg, see gen 1:26.