Shalom, Yah Fam. Psalm 100 is a short but powerful piece of divinely inspired work from David. In just five verses, the true sovereignty and majesty of our Creator has been beautifully captured in this Psalm. This Psalm is, definitely, on my list of favorite Top 10 Psalms.
Unfortunately, too many pastors and bishops have failed to comprehend the meaning which David intended when he first wrote it over 2,500 years ago.
Let's journey together and unlock its' hidden manna. Compare how David, the Hebrew, originally wrote Psalm 100 to how the Gentiles erred when they rewrote it. Make notes as to why and how the modern version reduces the authority of our Creator.
Immediately, you will notice that David ensured that the True Name of The Creator, YAHWEH, be honored, feared, and remembered. In just five verses, he referenced YAHWEH by name four times. Every verse, except one, has the Name YAHWEH; and the verse that doesn't have His name still speaks about His name being blessed. This is a monumental revelation.
However, mainstream Christianity missed this vital point, entirely. The Gentiles replaced the Holy Name of Yahweh with the nameless generic title of The Lord. By removing Yahweh's true name from the Hebrew Scriptures shows that the Gentiles have little regard for the authority of Yahweh. This demonstrates not only gross negligence toward The Creator, but also reveals a high level of disrespect toward His true name.
Yahweh and The Lord are NOT the same, not even close.
David did not and would not remove the Creator's name from the scriptures and then replace it with a mere title. No true Hebrew servant of Yahweh would ever think to do such a thing. In fact, a true Hebrew servant of Yahweh would consider erasing and replacing the Holy name as an act of blasphemy.
"Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven" (Matt 5:16) by commenting on this PraiseBlog:
1. How has Psalm 100 spoken to you?
2. What have you noticed from comparing David's original writing to the modern version?
3. Bless others with your words by placing your positive insights and/ or praises below.
Hallelu-YAH and have a blessed Yahweh day.
Servant Emannu'el Branch, a son of Yahweh and one of the redeemed of Yahshua the true Messiah. A sign to help all nations and tongues, without regard to race, color, or gender get prepared to meet the original Creator and Son face-to-face and name-to-name. This is my purpose.