His Name Is A Sentence

19 Jan

His Name Is A Sentence…

In Hebrew the word for “God” is EL, as in Elohim. The word for “us” or “our” is NU or Ahnu or Aynu as in Elohaynu and Avinu. And the Hebrew word for “with” is EEM. Put them together and you have – El Eem Anu Or Eem Anu Ayl – Immanuel – God is with us.

That’s what Bethlehem is all about – a child named Eem anu ayl – But in Hebrew, Immanuel is never just a name – it’s a living sentence.

When He slept on the boat in the storm, it was Eem anu ayl, God is with us in the storm. When He rode into Jerusalem, it was God is with us in joy and victory.

When He hung on the cross, it was Eem anu ayl – God is with us in death. And when He rose from death, it was Eem anu ayl – God is with us, through all things, and forever.

Rejoice and be glad for EEM ANU AYL, God is with us yesterday, today, and forever and ever. Amen.

And when the men of that place recognized Jesus, they sent word to all the surrounding country. People brought all their sick to him and begged him to let the sick just touch the edge of his cloak, and all who touched it were healed. Matthew 14:35-36

Close your eyes and imagine touching the hem of Jesus’s garment as you lift up your prayers to Him today – believe God for His power to touch your life.

Walk daily with God at your side!

Love always,

Ed

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