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Genesis 1 Observations Genesis 1:1 Who is YAHUAH? The Creator. There is none other beside Him. This is the first and foremost Truth to know about YAHUAH. This is plainly stated in Genesis 1:1. The rest of the chapter gives details of creation of which YAHUAH is the one and
Genesis 2 Observations Genesis 2 YAHUAH is the Provider. He is not simply a provider—one of several different providers. Instead, He is the one and only provider. Genesis 2 shows several ways that YAHUAH is the provider. Genesis 2:1-3 YAHUAH provided for creation which includes man to have a day
Genesis 3 Observations Genesis 3:7 YAHUAH is Truth. He told Adam that he would die if he ate of the tree that He said not to eat of and Adam did die. He was not originally created to die. He lived less than 1,000 years. With Elohim, 1,000 years is
Genesis 4 Observations Genesis 4:13-15 YAHUAH is merciful. John 4 Observations John 4:4 We can see that the woman of Samaria in John 4 was clearly a seeker of truth, though she had gotten off track. Perhaps her desire for truth was the reason that YAHUSHA specifically came to
Genesis 5 Observations Genesis 5 The generations of man. An interesting study would be to look up the meaning of the names of the individuals in the genealogy. When doing the Bible readings for the Youtube channel, I use a little book called, The Self-Pronouncing Bible Dictionary. It gives the
Observations Genesis 7 Observations Genesis 7:1 YAHUAH is All-Knowing. He saw all that was about Noah. Likewise, He sees us. But the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Matthew 10:30 To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David. O LORD, thou hast searched me, and known me. Thou
Genesis 9 Observations Genesis 9 YAHUAH is the Elohim of covenant. He is the covenant keeping Elohim. He is the only Elohim that keeps covenant. He is the true covenant keeper. The wicked one also makes covenants. He tricks humans into making covenants with him. But he never upholds his
Genesis 11 Observations Genesis 11:6 Concerning the Tower of Babel, YAH said these words, “…which they have imagined to do.” I once looked up all the references to imagination/imagined in the Bible. I was shocked to discover that only one time out of seventeen instances are these words associated with
Genesis 13 Observations Genesis 13 Who is YAHUAH? Genesis 13:17 Arise = H6965 and Walk=H1980 Genesis 14 Observations Genesis 14:15 Abraham smote them by night. Much warfare takes place at night where the enemy prefers to work under the cover of darkness. Genesis 14:20 Who is YAHUAH? YAHUAH is
Genesis 15 Observations Genesis 15:1 Who is YAHUAH? He is a rewarder. He delights in rewarding those who are His. Another place in Scripture says this about YAHUAH: But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that
Genesis 17 Observations Genesis 17:2,4 Who is YAHUAH? He is the Elohim who keeps covenant. This whole chapter shows YAH as the Elohim of covenant. https://youtu.be/2yiz7p1XH8U Genesis 17 John 7 Name Change Circumcision The Promise is Born Feast of Tabernacles Failed Arrest Division John 7 Observations Disclaimer I invite you
Genesis 18 Observations Gensis 18:14 Who is YAHUAH? YAHUAH is Almighty! Nothing is too hard for him. Perhaps YAHUSHA was referencing this verse when he said all things are possible with Elohim. But YAHUSHA beheld them, and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with Elohim all things
Genesis 20 Observations Who is Yahuah? He is Protector. Genesis 21 Observations Genesis 21:1 YAHUAH is true to His Word. Genesis 21:2 Another Example of YAH being on a set/appointed time. Genesis 21:25-26 No covenant relationship without the understanding that all parties can honestly and righteously rebuke each other. Genesis
Genesis 22 Observations Genesis 22:5 Abraham equated worship with sacrifice. Genesis 22:7 Isaac’s question showed that Abraham had taught his son the ways of YAH. Genesis 22:9 Abraham had an appointment with YAH. “And they came to the place which Elohim had told him of; and Abraham built an altar
Genesis 24 Observations Genesis 24 Eliezer was a wise and faithful servant Your Observations I invite you to comment below with additional observations from your reading. Disclaimer Please, please comment below if you see ANYTHING that is contrary to Scripture that I have presented in these Scripture Observations. I want
Genesis 26 Observations Genesis 26:3, 23 YAHUAH is the covenant keeper. YAHUAH is covenantal. Genesis 26:12-14 YAHUAH is Provider. Genesis 26:3, 12 Compare Mark 10:30 “…with persecutions.” Notice the connection. YAH said to stay “in this land.” Then He went on to say, “I will be with thee, and will
John 9 Observations John 9:13-34 YAHUSHA healed the blind man on the Sabbath Day and was therefore reviled for allegedly “breaking” (violating) the Sabbath Day. Yet, these same religious leaders themselves violated the Sabbath Day by conducting a kangaroo court and interrogating this man and his parents on the Sabbath
Genesis 28 Genesis 29 Genesis 30 Blessed and Charged Esau’s Spitefulness He Has a Dream Seven Years Tricking the “Trickster” Unrequited Love Give Me Children!!!! Maids and Mandrakes Prosperity for Thy Sake Genesis 28 Observations Genesis 28:2 Laban dealt subtly with Jacob in Haran on several occasions. The most notable
Genesis 31 John 10 Changed Countenance Changed Wages So He Fled The Good Shepherd Hierlings Flee I and the Father Are One Genesis 31 Who is YAHUAH? He is Protector. He protected Jacob from Laban. Who is YAHUAH? He is faithful. He is faithful to the covenant that He made
Genesis 32 Observations Genesis 32:1-2 Jacob experienced a supernatural encounter with the hosts of YAH. Assuredly, they were seen by him as having good intentions from YAH toward him. Yet, a few verses later (6 and 7), Jacob was afraid of Esau’s coming toward him with 400 men. Instantly gone
Genesis 34 Observations Genesis 34:19 Hamor was more honorable than all the house of his father… This is an example of generational iniquity. Not making excuses for him, but he did to Dinah what he saw modeled in his father’s house. He did not know the honorable ways of the