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The Power Behind the Universe

The power behind the universe is not a mysterious force, but a real person named YAHWEH. Trips to the moon and other scientific observations prove that the awe-inspiring vastness of the heavens and space is an orderly arrangement and existence. Believing that there’s no controlling power behind it is simply illogical.

Although millions of people have lost faith in churches, creeds, and religions in general, they still believe in God. But what does the word “God” mean to them? A mysterious force? A vague intelligence? A remote, indefinable, and nameless person? Another Scripture states: “I girded thee, though thou hast not known me” (Isaiah 45:5).

God’s self, His real person, is concentrated in His name. Unless God’s name is known, it would be impossible to enter into a relationship with Him. Strictly speaking, YAHWEH is the only name of God. In Genesis, the word “name” is often associated with the Divine Being. That name is YAHWEH.

YAHWEH, or (Yud Hey Wav Hey) in the original Hebrew, is the covenant God of Israel. According to Jewish custom, because of reverence, the divine name was not to be spoken, so the words “Lord” and “God” were substituted. Whenever the words “Lord” and “God” appear in large and small capital letters, the original Hebrew reads as ”YAHWEH.”

The entire book of the Bible was written primarily about Israel, God’s chosen people and the God of Israel. YAHWEH is one of the world’s best-kept secrets. Scriptures read: “It is the leaders (false prophets and politicians) that cause you to err, and those of you that follow them are destroyed (financially, spiritually, and socially).”

Why did the rulers hide the name “YAHWEH?” They knew that the blessing of the Lord YAHWEH maketh rich (Proverbs 10:22). They want to keep you and your children poor so they can continue to rule over you and rob you through their taxes and high-interest rates. Also, they knew that who shall ever call on the name of the Lord YAHWEH shall be saved (Romans 10:13).

People all over the world have worshipped the Divine Name Yud Hey Wav Hey for thousands of years. Evidence of such worship has been discovered in ancient buildings and artifacts. 

Biblical Celebrations

YAHWEH’s Universal Holy Days

Feasts are mediums of our universal and practical expressions to the omnipotent creator, YAHWEH. Our feasts are ordained by YAHWEH and are commemorated as per solar time. The rites and ceremonies are prescribed in His name and are exemplary of YAHWEH’s love, compassion, and charity in which the entire world is blessed (Genesis 12:2).

These feasts are jubilant celebrations commemorating the history and major events in Israel in honor of YAHWEH. The laws of YAHWEH mandates the study of Israel’s past, and to enliven it, during festivals being held three times a year (Deuteronomy 16:16).

These festivals, called Feasts, are Passover/Feast of Unleavened Bread, Feast of Weeks, and the Feast of Tabernacles. These festivals

are held each year in the place where YAHWEH chooses to place His name.

Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread

The observance of Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread is the first of the great festivals for Israel’s (Nation of YAHWEH) solar calendar, commemorating our forefather’s deliverance from Egypt, and a sign of our deliverance today.

Why is a sign from Ancient Egypt so important for us today? YAHWEH, Israel’s Savior, Defender, Protector, and Deliverer not only spared our forefathers from the plagues inflicted upon Egypt, but also liberated us from bondage. The Feast of Unleavened Bread immediately follows Passover and lasts for seven days.

“And ye shall observe the Feast of Unleavened Bread: for in this selfsame day have I brought your armies out of the land of Egypt: therefore, shall ye observe this day in your generations by an ordinance forever” (Exodus 12:17). The ordinance of keeping the Feast of Unleavened Bread is for memorial from year to year.

Feast of Weeks

The Feast of Weeks is the second great universal festival held annually by Israel. It is often treated as the conclusion of the cycle that began at Passover. Other names by which this festival is known are “Feast of Harvest,” Feast of Reaping,” Feast of Binding,” “Pentecost,” “Feast of Assembly,” “Feast of Restraint,” and “Day of First Fruits.” Following the Passover, this celebration lasts for seven weeks.

Feast of Tabernacles

The Feast of Tabernacles is the third great festival celebrated with great joy in autumn, at the completion of the agricultural year. Other names for this festival are “Feast of Booths,” “Feast of Ingathering,” Feast of YAHWEH,” and “The Feast.” The festival begins on the 15th day of the 7th month as per solar time. This joyous yet solemn feast honors the eleemosynary god, YAHWEH, and celebrates sovereignty.


Because of YAHWEH’s miraculous and majestic power displayed over Israel, they celebrate Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread–passing from darkness to the light, from mortality to immortality, from incompetence to competence, and from death to life. The seeds sown will produce a bountiful harvest enabling prosperity and good success. (Joshua 1:8)

Other celebrations observed by Israel are The Memorial Blowing of Trumpets and the Day of Atonement. The Feasts of YAHWEH make all of us remember that we must worship Him as the only omnipotent ruler of the universe.

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