ON MOSES:ya go walk up to a brother a say debe debe hahaqhah an trying to explain that stupid shit he gone LOL , you peoples shouldnt go for everything sound good, Moses said nothing about the MEDEBE hahahahah lol hahahah, the deebe gone have yo ass in OCCULT, hahahah lol hahahah the medebe hahahah lol hahahah what the fuck hahahahah lol the medebe, debe hahahh lol hahahah ol hahahah i cant take no mo im lol to hard, man this is ruff hahahah lol the debe medebe hahahah lol hahahah
Dabar-Yahweh means roughly 'Word of God.' See
below for a discussion of Dabar. See YHWH for an
article on the name Yahweh. Dabar-Yahweh is one of
the few dominant Hebrew names or titles of God in
the Bible, although not often enough recognized as
Dabar-Yahweh is introduced as late as Genesis 15:1
where the Word of God is in a vision to Abraham
and speaks to him (compare: Elohim occurs in
Genesis 1:1, YHWH Elohim in 2:4, and Elyon in
God speaks often to people and in many different
ways. The Word of God, however, typically conveys
formal messages and mostly to prophets. The Word
of God gains a pivotal status in the New Testament
when He "becomes flesh" in Jesus Christ, now
known by the Greek translation Logos.
Where some names of God come uniquely from rare
roots, the names Elyon and Dabar come from roots
that have truly vast domains of application. The
word dabar, however, outdoes even elyon and is a
universe of meaning in itself. The root, its many
derivations and the many meaning of each
derivation occur over 2,500 times in the Old
Testament; the first occurrence happens in Genesis
12:4, where Abram 'went forth as the Lord had
spoken to him.
HAW Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament
reports that the King James Bible uses more than
110 different English words and expressions to
translate this one Hebrew word .
Besides its enormous significance in the phrase
Word of God, the root is used to indicate the "order"
of Melchizedek, the "inner sanctuary" of the Holy
of Holies, the Ten "Commandments" and to supply
two out of five books of Moses with their titles: the
original title of Numbers is (And He spoke) but
is also known as (In the wilderness). The
original title of Deuteronomy is (The Words). www.abarim-publications.com/Meaning/Dabar.htm...