Did you know that God reveals Himself to us through His names? Each name is like a window into His character and nature. Let's dive deep into these 16 names of God in this beautiful new book "16 Names of God: a Strong Tower to Run to." From Creator God—Elohim, found in Genesis, to The Lord Is There—Jehovah Shammah in Ezekiel, we see His awesome character and nature. Let's explore the meaning and significance behind each of these names as we find safety in the Strong Tower.
Reflect These 16 Names of God and Discover His Character.
As Christians, we are called to reflect God's name. His name is great and worthy of our praise (Psalm 8:1; 48:10). His names are like a mighty fortress providing protection for His children. In this new book, "16 Names of God: a Strong Tower to Run to," you will see how you can reflect God's character through your daily life. You'll also discover how His names depict His unmerited love for you.
Embrace These 16 Names of God and Honor His Character.
Are you thirsty to know God better, deeper, and with more passion? Soak up these 16 names of God, and unlock a richer and more in-depth understanding of His character and nature. There is only One true God, but many names describe His attributes. With this inspirational book, you will explore the depth of His love, provision, and healing. You'll also discover that knowing Him by His names is the pathway to trusting Him more.
God knows us by our name (Isaiah 43:1). Shouldn’t we also know Him by His?
El Olam: The Eternal and Unchanging God
In the tapestry of biblical names for God, one stands out as a beacon of His eternal nature and unchanging character—El Olam. This name, found throughout the Old and New Testaments, reveals God as the everlasting, unshakable God who reigns supreme over all the ages. In this blog post, we explore the profound significance of El Olam, tracing its roots, understanding its implications, and delving into its rich presence in Scripture.
El Olam: The Eternal and Unchanging God
The name El Olam is a powerful declaration of God's eternal and unchanging nature. It combines two components: "El," meaning "The God," and "Olam," which signifies eternity, eternal, everlasting, and forever. El Olam is the God of eternity, the God of the universe, and the Ancient of Days (Daniel 7:9; Daniel 7:13; Daniel 7:22).
The First Use of El Olam
The first occurrence of the name El Olam is found in Genesis 21:32-33, where Abraham plants a tamarisk tree in Beersheba and calls on the name of the Lord as the "Everlasting God [El Olam]." This event marks the introduction of this profound name and highlights God's eternal nature, even in the early pages of the Bible.
Olam: A Word of Profound Meaning
The word "Olam" appears more than 400 times in the Old Testament, emphasizing God's eternal attributes and His unchanging nature. Scriptures reveal the depth and significance of this name:
Strength in El Olam
Isaiah 40:28-31 beautifully encapsulates the strength and endurance found in El Olam. God's understanding is unsearchable, and He does not grow weary. Those who wait for Him will renew their strength, soaring like eagles.
Hebrews 9:12 reminds us that El Olam secured eternal redemption through His own blood, emphasizing His role as the Alpha and Omega, the Beginning and the End.
The Faithfulness, Loving-kindness, Power, Righteousness, and Ways of El Olam
The Scriptures emphasize various facets of El Olam's character:
How has the study of this name of God been impactful to your life?
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