Vatican Forced to Reveal Creator's Name
In 2017, Pope Francis revealed he had instructed the Vatican Secret Archives to unseal a set of ancient scrolls that have been kept hidden from public knowledge for centuries by the Church. After over fifteen hundred years of Vatican secrecy, Pope Francis admitted the Church is “leading a double life” by continuing to keep God’s name secret. (See full article here - Pope Francis Orders Vatican Archives to Reveal God’s Name Ending Centuries of Secrecy) As to why the Catholic Church has gone to such great lengths to keep the Creator's true name - Yahweh - a secret remains unknown. However, most scholars agree that the Vatican willfully deceived everyone, and want to continue their worship of Mary rather than Yahweh thereby ignoring the only true source of power in the universe - blocking everyone from coming in contact with Yahweh and receiving his protection and blessings. What is clear is that the Papacy has maintained an unbroken chain of communication in regards to the matter dating back to 468 A.D. “In keeping with tradition, each successive Pope since Hilarius has been made aware of Yahweh's name,” Vatican spokesman Greg Burke confirmed on Friday.
Since the revealing of Yahweh's name to the public, The Vatican Press Office has received millions of inquiries regarding His name since the Pope’s announcement. “Our phones have been ringing off the hook,” said one Vatican insider who spoke to BBC News on condition of anonymity. “Understandably, everyone wants to know [His] name,” the insider said.
Xtreem News, of course already knew the Creator's name and we always use it. See our blog post "God" or "Yahweh"... what to use? to find out more information on the name Yahweh and why it's so important that you use His name.
2017 they revealed the Creators name . The Vatican was forced to due to public pressure. Even in 2008, they still continued to maintain secrecy and forbid the use of Yahweh's name. They eliminated the use of the Creator's name in their church services, prayers and songs. (see article Vatican Says No 'Yahweh' In Songs, Prayers At Catholic Masses) The Vatican actually forced and enforced the removal of the Name, Yahweh, and replaced the Name, Yahweh, with the word God and/or Lord. This was a great deception.
Yahweh wanted His name to be known.
Exodus 3:14-15 reads "Then Yahweh said to Mosheh: I am Who I am. And He said: This is what you are to say to the children of Israyl; YAHWEH has sent me to you. Yahweh also said to Mosheh: This also shall you say to the children of Israyl; YAHWEH, the Heavenly Father of your fathers, the Mighty One of Abraham, the Mighty One of Isaac, and the Mighty One of Yaaqob, has sent me to you. THIS IS MY NAME FOREVER and this is MY MEMORIAL: the Name by which I am to be remembered by, from generation to generation, for all generations.'
Isayah 42:8 "I am Yahweh, that is MY NAME; and My glory I will not give to another, nor My praise to graven images."
Yahweh revealed himself by making his name known. A name expresses a person’s essence and identity and the meaning of this person’s life. Yahweh has a name; he is not an anonymous force. To disclose one’s name is to make oneself known to others; in a way, it is to hand oneself over by becoming accessible, capable of being known more intimately and addressed personally. In revealing his mysterious name, YHWH (“I AM HE WHO IS”, “I AM WHO AM” or “I AM WHO I AM”), Yahweh says who he is and by what name he is to be called.
Now that you know the Creator's name is Yahweh, you should use His name if you want prayers answered or if would like to know Him personally. You can also insert His name into scriptures for a more truer reading of your Bible. For example, look at Isayah 34:16 King James Version (KJV) "Seek ye out of the book of the Lord". When you insert Yahweh's name, it becomes the original biblical text and it should actually read "Search out The Book Of Yahweh, and read." And believing the scriptures to be true, there is actually a "Book of Yahweh".. we found one and it's in print. (see photo below)
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