Jehoshua, Jehoshuah, Joshua, Jesus, Isaiah, Jesaiah, Jeshaiah, Esaias, Ezekias are words created by a combination of two words. NOTE this is not an exhaustive list of the EXISTENT OPEN WIDE FREE. Nor is the graphic exhaustive.
- primitive root that means OPEN WIDE FREE
- first growth of another primitive word which is TO EXIST
- The growth is EXISTENCE
An Example of How Base Ingredients Determine Meaning.
Take 2 cups of flour, 2 cup sugar, 1/2 cup shortening, 2 eggs, 1 tsp baking power, 1/4 tsp salt and 3/4 cup of milk, 1 tsp vanilla and mix them together. We usually call this BATTER. We don’t use all of the words describing the ingredients.
Put the batter into a square, a loaf pan, a bundt pan, muffin tin, round pan, oblong pan, etc. the batter is still made of the same ingredients.
Now bake the batter in the chosen pan and it still represents the initial ingredients. They may change somewhat; but still form the basis.
We can call this a cake, white cake, bundt cake, vanilla cake, layer cake, a loaf cake, yellow cake, a muffin etc. By whatever conspicuous position, which means name, we call it, the base ingredients still define what the final chosen word/words are.
If we choose the word ice to represent sunlightsamson; then we are stuck in the heart of the ice. Just like the Mistress ship. If we choose something other than EXISTENT OPEN WIDE FREE then we are not fully expressing the original word meaning.
The following graphic reveals how the same word recipe produces two different JSE reference numbers both meaning EXISTENT OPEN WIDE FREE. There are 7 different words used in the KJB translation; but they all mean the same thing EXISTENT OPEN WIDE FREE. 6 Old Testament words and 1 New Testament word that refers us back to the Old to discover its meaning.
In today’s English world if we say white cake or yellow cake or whatever we understand what the represents. However the 8 words chosen in the translation have no meaning to us. We have been led to believe that they simply represent names of people and therein lies the error, (more…)