Praise Names of Gods

1.1. In beginning Gods (MYHLA), creating of the Heavens and of the Earth. 

1.2. And the Earth (ER[TS]), she was without form, and emptiness; and Darkness on face of Deep (Sea).  And Spirit ([CH]WR) of Gods (MYHLA)  [was] hovering on the face of the Waters (Nations). 

1.3. And He said, Gods, ‘He will be Light’; and he was Light. 

1.4. And Gods saw the Light, for [it was] good; and Gods, He divided between the Light between the Darkness. 

1.5. And He called, Gods, to Light, ‘Day,’ and to Darkness calling ‘Night.’  And he was Evening and he was Morning: first Day.


1.31. And He saw, Gods, of all of that doing (HS’).  And look [it was] very good.  And he was Evening, and he was Morning: sixth day.




2.1. And He, Gods, ended them (LKYW); the Heavens ( Governments) and the Earth ([TS]RAHW) Israel & New Jerusalem), and all Host of them (Suns, Moons, Stars, Trees, Vines, etc.). 

2.2. And He ended (LKYW), Gods, in the seventh Day from all of work of Him that doing, and He rested in the seventh Day from all of work of Him that doing (HW’ RWS). 

2.3. And Gods (The God and The Word – Jn 1.1) He blessed of the seventh Day and He made holy of him, for in him Gods resting from all of work of him that Gods creating (ARB) to doing (TWS’L). 

2.4. These generations of the Heavens and of the Earth in the creating them (MARBHB) in day He Is Gods (MYHLA HWHY) doing (TWS’) Earth and Heavens. 


3.1. And in those days, the John of the Dipping (baptis ths) [= the (O) John of the (Tes) dipping (baptis[ma])]; came publishing in the wilderness of the Judea,

3.2. and saying, ‘Reform, for the kingdom of the heavens has drawn near.’

3.3. For this is the [one] spoken under Isaiah the prophet, saying, ‘A voice of crying in the wilderness, “Prepare the way of Lord (thv odon Kuriou), make straight the paths of Him.”’

3.4. But the John, himself, had the clothing of him from hairs of camel, and a leather belt around the waist of him, and the food of him was locusts and wild honey.

3.5. Then they were departing themselves toward him, Jerusalem and all the Judea and all the surrounding region of the Jordan,

3.6. and they were being dipped (ebaptizonto) in the Jordan (en tw Iordanh) under [authority] of him, confessing the sins of them.

3.7. And, seeing many of the Pharisees and Sadducees coming on the dipping of him, he said to them, ‘Offspring of vipers!  Who showed you to have fled from the coming wrath?’

3.8. Therefore produce fruit worthy of the reformation,

3.9. and do not think to say in yourselves, ‘We have the Abraham [as] father.’  For I say to you that the God (O Qeos) is able from these stones [hard hearts] to raise up children to the Abraham.

3.10. And even now the ax is being laid toward the root of the Trees [Kingdoms = 12 Tribes].  Therefore all Tree not producing good fruit is cut down and is cast into fire.

3.11. Indeed, I dip you in water into reformation; but the [One] coming after [time] of me (mou) is stronger [than strength] of me (mou), whose the sandals I am not worthy to carry.  He [Iesous] will dip you (Autos umas baptisei) in Holy Spirit (en Pneumati Agiw).

3.12. where the winnowing shovel is in the hand of Him, and He will thoroughly clean out the threshing floor of Him, and He will gather the wheat of Him (ton siton autou) into the barn, and the chaff He will burn up [with] unquenchable fire.

3.13. Then the Iesous (o Ihsous) came from [place] of the (ths) Galilee upon the Jordan toward the John (pros o IIwannhn) [for] of the dipping (tou baptisqhnai) under [authority] of him (autou).

3.14. But the John would prevent Him, saying, ‘I have need to be dipped under You, and You are coming toward me?’

3.15. But the Iesous (o Ihsous) answering said to him, ‘Permit [it] now, for thus it is fitting for us to fulfill all righteousness.’  Then he permitted Him.

3.16. And having been dipped, the Iesous (o Ihsous) came immediately from [burial] of the water (tou udatos); and look, the heavens were opened to Him, and he (John) saw the Spirit of the God (to Pneuma tou Qeou) descending like a dove and coming upon Him. 

3.17. And look, a voice [came] from [place] of the (twn) heavens, saying, ‘This is the Son of Me (Outos estin O Yios mou), The [One] of extreme loving (O Agaphtos) in whom I thought good’ (in w eudokhsa).


And so – we prefer the “real” names of the Gods in the Bible.  In the name Iesous Anointed (Ihsous Cristos), the name “Anointed” refers to being anointed with the Holy Spirit which equals the “Seven Spirits of God” (Isa 11.2-4; Eph 4.4-6).  This is very different from the Roman Catholic Bible translations – without the names of the Gods.


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