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Welcome to
The Name Above All Names​

This website (currently being updated) has been created to provide important truths regarding our Creator's amazing set-apart name and also His Son's name. It will provide information that is not generally taught in mainstream religion and hopefully lead you back to the ancient paths and open your eyes to the amazing truths to be discovered in our scriptures. Our Heavenly Father encourages us to seek Him and to know Him. He loves us and wants the best life for us. In His Word He provides us with guidance of how to live the best life and as we do this we choose life and His ways. We hope this website will help you begin your journey of discovery and give some answers to questions you may have battled with along the way. We urge you to research for yourself and to test everything

Are you ready to begin your journey?

If yes, then please take a look around this website to find out the truth about our Amazing Creator and His name which is the name above all other names! You will notice that we personally prefer to not use the titles 'God' or 'Lord' and the reason for this is explained on further pages, instead we use 'Almighty' or 'Creator' as a more fitting description of our Heavenly Father however, due to how universally understood these words are and how they flow (particularly God) within the English translated scriptures we do at times use them. We do not use the names 'Jesus' or 'Christ' as explained on further pages also, instead we use the Messiah's original Hebrew name 'Yahushua' or the shortened or contracted versions of Yahushua i.e. Yahshua, Yeshua & Y'shua. 

Proverbs Chapter 30 verse 4 

"Who has gone up to the heavens and come​ down? Who has​ gathered the wind in His fists? Who has bound the waters in a garment? Who established all the ends of the earth? What is His name, and what is His Son’s name, if you know it?"

This verse poses a great question: some may think that they know His name and His Son's name, but do they really? 

  Let's find out...

 Why not start here with what is commonly known as:

"Our Father who is in the heavens, may Your name be Set-Apart..."

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