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    Isaiah 9:6

    The God Man.

    Can't be clearer.
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    24 Dec '09 15:04
    Originally posted by josephw
    Isaiah 9:6

    The God Man.

    Can't be clearer.
    Too bad you're not as clear.
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    This is a pretty good translation.
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    24 Dec '09 15:23
    Originally posted by rwingett
    Too bad you're not as clear.
    An Obfuscation.
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    Originally posted by kirksey957
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MS3vpAWW2Zc

    This is a pretty good translation.
    That was nice.
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    25 Dec '09 04:19
    Originally posted by josephw
    Isaiah 9:6

    The God Man.

    Can't be clearer.
    Almighty God is the literal translation for El Gibbor. Elohim Gibbor is Almighty God, from my understanding if the "Hebrew God names." El Shaddai is also said to mean God Almighty, but may more correctly be the All Sufficient God.

    What I found most interesting about the God names is in the OT KJV, when it says LORD all in smaller caps, it refers to the Tetragrammaton, or the Holiest God name, YHWH.
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    Originally posted by Ice Cold
    Almighty God is the literal translation for El Gibbor. Elohim Gibbor is Almighty God, from my understanding if the "Hebrew God names." El Shaddai is also said to mean God Almighty, but may more correctly be the All Sufficient God.

    What I found most interesting about the God names is in the OT KJV, when it says LORD all in smaller caps, it refers to the Tetragrammaton, or the Holiest God name, YHWH.
    actually my learned friend, el Gibbor means mighty God, that is why the phrase at Isaiah is rendered imaginatively enough, mighty God and not Almighty God, and is used exclusively for Jesus Christ, Almighty God is el shaddai, and is nowhere used with reference to Jesus Christ.

    (Isaiah 9:6-7) . . .. And his name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God (el Gibbor), Eternal Father, Prince of Peace. To the abundance of the princely rule and to peace there will be no end, upon the throne of David and upon his kingdom in order to establish it firmly and to sustain it by means of justice and by means of righteousness, from now on and to time indefinite.. . .

    (Genesis 17:1) When Abram got to be ninety-nine years old, then Jehovah appeared to Abram and said to him: “I am God Almighty (el Shaddai). Walk before me and prove yourself faultless. . .
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    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    actually my learned friend, el Gibbor means mighty God, that is why the phrase at Isaiah is rendered imaginatively enough, mighty God and not Almighty God, and is used exclusively for Jesus Christ, Almighty God is el shaddai, and is nowhere used with reference to Jesus Christ.

    (Isaiah 9:6-7) . . .. And his name will be called Wonderful Counselor, ...[text shortened]... d said to him: “I am God Almighty (el Shaddai). Walk before me and prove yourself faultless. . .
    Thank you for your most enlightening and informative post. Many don't understand the meaning and or the significance of the various God names. They each have a correlation to the many facets of the same God.

    Some lesser known god names:
    El Dorado, the car god of rich and affluent people
    El Camino, the car god of poor white trash
    El Jabel, the miniature car god, who's followers wear odd hats.
    El Way, The football god of Colorado
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    26 Dec '09 01:311 edit
    Originally posted by Ice Cold
    Thank you for your most enlightening and informative post. Many don't understand the meaning and or the significance of the various God names. They each have a correlation to the many facets of the same God.

    Some lesser known god names:
    El Dorado, the car god of rich and affluent people
    El Camino, the car god of poor white trash
    El Jabel, the miniature car god, who's followers wear odd hats.
    El Way, The football god of Colorado
    Lol, its very funny! i think if i was in America,i would be 'white trash', well more like 'pink trash', as they say, and my wife would be 'brown trash', and my son, ' a mixture of pink and brown trash'. 🙂
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    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    Lol, its very funny! i think if i was in America,i would be 'white trash', well more like 'pink trash', as they say, and my wife would be 'brown trash', and my son, ' a mixture of pink and brown trash'. 🙂
    Sounds like a typical family in America. Most of the neigbors in my area are hispanic, but there are many mixed race families here also.
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