And That’s a Promise

אֵל שַׁדַּי/El Shaddai/God Almighty is the Father’s name of provision fulfillment; while יהוה/Adonai, His name of compassion and mercy, speaks of promise fulfillment.

You will find no expiration date on the promises of God, only dates for fulfillment: as His Word is forever settled in heaven (Ps. 119:89). In Hebrew, דָּבָר/davar/word/matter/thing, also means promise; therefore, His Word is His promise, and His promise is His Word.

The Word and Promise of God became flesh in the person of Yeshua/Jesus, the promised Lamb, Who came in the name of יהוה/Adonai (Jn. 5:43; 17:26). He returns as the Lion of Judah – and that’s a promise with no expiration, only a quickly approaching date of fulfillment (Jn 1:14; II Cor. 1:20; Jn. 1:29; Rev. 5:5).

Can you hear Him, just over the horizon?

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