"When you pray, pray in this way: 'Our Father who is in heaven, Hallowed be Your name."
How many Christians in the world have recited that prayer and yet have no idea what Name it is that Messiah is telling us to hallow? The word “hallow” means to “venerate, sanctify (that is to make holy), to consecrate. Is it possiible to sanctify or venerate a name that you've never even heard of ? Of course not. Why is it that most of the world has never heard of the Heavenly Father's Name? Did you know that He, the heavenly Father, put His Name in His Book 6,823 times and the Christian translators removed it 6,823 times and substituted it with the words “the LORD” and occassionally with the word “GOD”?
The Father's Name was never taken out of the Hebrew scriptures and yet in Judaism the reader is forbidden to say the Name when reading the text. He substitutes it with “Adoni” (my Lord). Why, why did the Christians translators take the Name out of the Bible, and why are the Jews forbidden to say it? Those questions and many more will be answer in the 2 part video entitled “The Heavenly Father's Name”.
Deuteronomy 5:11 'You shall not take the name of Yahuweh your Elohim in vain, for Yahuweh will not leave him unpunished who takes His name in vain.
One of the ways the word “vain” is defined is “to bring it to nothing, make it useless, desolating”. Does removing the Name from the heavenly Father's Book thousands of times qualify as making it 'useless, or bringing it to nothing'. That wasn't a question.
The Heavenly Father, Yahuweh, tells us that His People "know HIs Name" (Isa 52:6), His People are called by His Name (2 Chron 7:14). The Messiah, Yahoshua, said that He manifested His Father's name to his disciples (John 17:6, 26). Do you know His Name? Can you possibly be His People if you don't know His Name?