What is the Hebrew name for God my shield?
Magen-The Lord Is My Shield: Biblical Meaning And Praying The Names Of God.
What is Elohim Shomri?
Yes, Elohim Shomri (אלהים שומרי) means “God is my protector”. To say “God the protector” is Elohim HaShomer (אלהים השומר).
What is the Hebrew word for God my provider?
“THE POWERFUL NAMES OF GOD” “JEHOVAH JIREH”-“THE LORD OUR PROVIDER”
What does the Hebrew word Magen mean?
Magen (Hebrew: מָגֵן, lit. Shield) may refer to: Star of David, known in Hebrew as the Magen David. Magen, Israel, a kibbutz in southern Israel. Magen David Adom, Israel’s emergency medical, disaster, ambulance and blood bank service.
What does Jehovah Magen mean?
So when I heard one day that God had a name as a shield, I was all over it. So today we gonna look at Jehovah Magen, God my Shield.
What is the name of God in the Hebrew Bible?
Yahweh: God – The name of God used most often in the Hebrew Bible is YHWH known as a tetragrammaton (four-letter word). Hebrew is read right-to-left so the letters Yōd , Hē , Vav and Hē are taken for consonants and expanded to Yahweh or Jehovah in English.
Who is the authority on the Hebrew names of God?
Rabbi Kirt Schneider of Discovering The Jewish Jesus is an authority on the Hebrew Names of God. He can be seen on GOD TV regularly. Watch his video above on Yahweh Ropheka, the Lord who Heals. Here are 14 specific Covenant names of God with descriptions from Rabbi Schnieder:
What does it mean that God will protect his own?
God’s “faithfulness” (NIV, NRSV; KJV “truth”) to protect his own is compared to a shield ( sinnâ) and buckler ( sōchērā ). The Psalmist continues describing the security that the Lord will provide. Notice that God’s protection isn’t just limited to one kind of threat or at one time of day.
What is the Hebrew word for place of refuge or safety?
Mā`ōz, “place of refuge or safety.” Machseh, “place to which to flee for safety.” “Trust” is bātach, “trust in, feel safe, be confident… Bātach expresses that sense of well-being and security which results from having something or someone in whom to place confidence.