Eil mentioned in Genesis 17:1 and Mark 15:34

The name of Eil is a major breakthrough of the Ancient Aramaic Translation Project. Allaha appeared to Abraham in Genesis chapter 17 verse 1 and identified Himself as Eil Shaddai, or Eil the Almighty -- not 'El' (which I found out, after much research, was the name for a pagan god of the Canaanites.) The name of Eil gathers a great deal of significance when Eashoa Msheekha (Jesus the Messiah) uses it in His famous words from the Cross (never translated from their original Ancient Aramaic vernacular in any of the Bibles -- for a reason -- and left intact in the original language Eashoa Msheekha spoke throughout His ministry.) The name of Eil ties together the Old Testament covenant of Allaha (God) through Abraham, with the revelation of Maran Eashoa Msheekha, the Messiah prophesied by the Scriptures, in the New Testament. The two verses, namely Genesis 17:1 and Mark 15:34, are a validation of the authenticity of the Ancient Aramaic Scriptures, since the name of Eil is preserved only in the Ancient Aramaic language in the correct transliteration. Not even in Hebrew is the name preserved correctly. To read more on this subject, read the AAC article.

August 16, 2014

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