The Yah-Head


The Hebrew name YAH is actually very scriptural and used 50 times in the Tanakh. The term Yah-head is explained from scripture as pertaining to Father and Son. I put this video together to explain this word, but, in short, I do not like the word “God-head” for many reasons. It reminds me of the trinity…I don’t care for the word “God”… and most all pagan religions use God-head as well but Yah-Head speaks to the “Father and Son” working together as ONE, whose names both begin with the same Hebrew letters, Yah. Father gave me this word as a gift to describe in more detail the Hebrew word “Elohim”.

Email: William Sanford
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