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  1. @AnnaNana You are making your posts on the main forum page instead of within this club. You need to join this club before making a post or replying. We are having to manually move your posts into this club for you up to this point.
  2. Schwetzinger Zeitung 11 November 2017 Kurt Willy Triller’s credentials unknown Reformation Jubilee - Martin Luther also used this term for God / Over 1000 years old / Contained in many quotations from the Bible Don't forget the name Jehovah A lot is being written about Luther in the well-known press these days, and in particular his various translations of the Bible are mentioned. Unfortunately, one particular point is missing, namely that Martin Luther used the name of God Jehovah and drew attention to it. For Jehovah's Witnesses, their God Jehovah is everything. They have given themselves unreservedly to this God and want to contribute to the sanctification of Jehovah's name. Aside from the fact that the major churches and most Christian denominations do not use the name of God at all - except in footnotes in some Bible translations, nor do they make God's name known - we can point to well-documented testimonies that the name Jehovah does not first appear was needed in the 21st century. As anyone can read in their Bible at Romans 3:29, Jehovah is not only the God of the Jews, but the God of all men. In the German-speaking world, Jehovah is the traditional pronunciation of God's name, indeed the demonstrably most common form. In 1270, the Catholic monk Raimundus Martini used this name in his book "Pugio Fidei" (Dagger of Faith). In the meantime, research has been able to determine that the German pronunciation Jehovah dates back to the year 1000. The well-known Benedictine monk, theologian, and head of the monastery school in St. Gallen/Switzerland, Labeo Notker (950 - 1022), translated numerous works from Latin into German, including the Psalms. Already in the year 1000 AD he used the name of God in Latin Iehovae, but also the German pronunciation Jehovah. Yes, the oldest Hebrew manuscripts contain the name of God in the form of four consonants "YHWH", called the Tetragrammaton. Even if the orthodox Jews as well as the churches of Christendom want to keep silent about the divine name, they should search in the archives, study their own churches carefully, read old Bible translations and they would then always come across the divine name Jehovah. In the courtyard of the Heidelberg Castle, for example, the name Iehovae and "YHWH" are engraved on a stone tablet on the castle. The castle was first mentioned in a document in 1303, while the stone tablet was added in 1592 due to an extension. Also at the "Hotel Ritter" in Heidelberg one reads the name Jehovah on the parapet of the central axis in gold letters. This Renaissance building was built in 1592. In the "Hymnal for the Evangelical Protestant Church of the Grand Duchy of Baden", Karlsruhe 1882, by Oberkirchenrat von Stösser, song no. 12 reads: "I want to sing to you, Jehovah!" Song No. 46 reads: "Jehovah, Jehovah, Jehovah to your name be glory, power and glory". In the original text of Holy Scripture or the Bible, the divine name "YHWH" or "YHWH" or "JHVH" occurs in 7,216 places and is vocabulized as Jehovah. What did Jesus say about his father's name? Jesus Christ, the Son of God, says the following in Matthew 6:9: "Our Father which is in heaven. Hallowed be thy name!" In the Bible book of Ezekiel alone, according to the Brockhaus translation, the statement occurs 67 times: "And they will know that I am Jehovah!" As the Bible clearly shows, there comes a time when all must recognize and truly perceive that God has a name: "And I will sanctify my great name, which is profaned among the nations. And the nations will know that I am Jehovah , says the Lord Jehovah, when I sanctify myself before their eyes. I, Jehovah, have spoken and will do it!" - Ezekiel 36:22, 23, 36 Brockhaus Translation 1871 - Sanctification of the divine name Jehovah is therefore of the utmost importance. To enable everyone to do so, the Bible, the written Word of God, and God's name, Jehovah, have been made known throughout the earth. Luther did this too. profaned among the nations. And the nations will know that I am Jehovah, says the Lord Jehovah, when I sanctify myself before their eyes. I, Jehovah, have spoken and will do it!" - Ezekiel 36:22, 23, 36 Brockhaus Translation 1871 - So sanctification of the divine name Jehovah is of the utmost importance. To enable everyone to do this, the Bible, the Written Word of God and God's name Jehovah made known throughout the earth, as did Luther. profaned among the nations. And the nations will know that I am Jehovah, says the Lord Jehovah, when I sanctify myself before their eyes. I, Jehovah, have spoken and will do it!" - Ezekiel 36:22, 23, 36 Brockhaus Translation 1871 - So sanctification of the divine name Jehovah is of the utmost importance. To enable everyone to do this, the Bible, the Written Word of God and God's name Jehovah made known throughout the earth, as did Luther. the written word of God and God's name Jehovah made known throughout the earth. Luther did this too. the written word of God and God's name Jehovah made known throughout the earth. Luther did this too. Kurt Willy Triller, Eppelheim
  3. Police say a husband and wife are both dead after the husband shot and killed his wife and then himself at Kingdom Hall in Thornton on Sunday, Christmas Day.
  4. Here is an example from London... The word ‘ Christmas ’ does not figure in the Bible. This festival underwent the pagan influence of the Saturnalia, celebrated around the time of the winter solstice in honour of Saturn, god of agriculture, characterised by their famous drinking sessions and the exchange of gifts. Furthermore, on 25 December 274, the Roman Emperor Aurelius proclaimed the sun-god Mithra the main protective god of the Empire. “The earliest mention of the festival of Christmas is found in the Philocalian Calendar, established in Rome in 336 AD.” - J. G. Frazer, The Golden Bough “The choice of 25 December appeared around 330, in order to cloud the pagan festivals celebrated at the time of the winter solstice. “This time was always marked in Antiquity, during the Saturnalia celebrated in Rome in honour of Saturn, the ancient master of time, or during Sol Invictus (Unconquered Sun), a cult of the god Mithra that came from Persia.” - Nadine Cretin, Fêtes et traditions occidentales [Western Festivals and Traditions] The festival of Mithra, Natalis Invicti, Triumphant Sun and ‘birthday’ of the Invincible One, he who gave life back to nature, was therefore gradually replaced by that of the birth of Christ, ‘Light of nations” according to words of old Simeon. - Luke 2:32 The festival of Christmas therefore originated at a time when the cult of the sun was particularly strong in Rome. These details confirm that this festival draws its origins neither from the Scriptures nor from the traditions of the very first Christians. Double-Sided Mithraic Relief MND 1911 Denon room 25 Mithra, the Persian god of light, is shown on one side of the relief cutting the throat of a divine bull to make the universe fruitful. On the other side, he is depicted at a banquet with the sun to which he is compared.
  5. The sculptured Dendera zodiac (or Denderah zodiac) is a widely known Egyptian bas-relief from the ceiling of the pronaos (or portico) of a chapel dedicated to Osiris in the Hathor temple at Dendera, containing images of Taurus (the bull) and Libra (the scales). This chapel was begun in the late Ptolemaic period; its pronaos was added by the emperor Tiberius. This led Jean-François Champollion to date the relief to the Greco-Roman period, but most of his contemporaries believed it to be of the New Kingdom. The relief, which John H. Rogers characterised as "the only complete map that we have of an ancient sky", has been conjectured to represent the basis on which later astronomy systems were based. It is now on display at the Musée du Louvre, Paris. D 38 Hall 12 bis In Egyptian mythology. ------------------------------------ Astrology had a big place in the art of divination from the second millennium BC when the Babylonian priests established the zodiac. This term comes from a Greek word that means circle of animals. The signs do not correspond to the constellations, which earned them their original name. The cult of the stars was particularly dominant in Babylon. ----------------------------------- The servants of God took a strong stand against the cult of the stars. They shared the view of the Scriptures, seeing them as mere material bodies that do not dominate man but rather serve as lighting and benchmarks. The faithful King Joshua "put out of business the foreign-god priests [...], those making sacrificial smoke to Ba´al, to the sun and to the moon and to the constellations of the zodiac." (2 Kings 23:5). This expression comes from the Hebrew word mazzalôth, plural, which appears only once in the Bible. ----------------------------------- The signs of the zodiac were introduced in the cathedrals of Christendom, and in Paris can be seen on the portal and left around Mary in the huge central rose of Notre-Dame de Paris and Burgundy the facade of the Basilica of Vezelay. See more here
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