AHAYAH - I AM - THE MOST HIGH GOD'S NAME

Brother Jorge  
(Dr. Jorge Mata-Torres)
Chosen of Israel Author & Publisher


                       “I AM" - Ahayah - the Name of the Most High God

 

                             
          I AM - THE ALPHA AND OMEGA


Not many people recognizes Hebrew, much less knows the real meaning of Aleph Tav, the first letter and last letter of the Hebrew alphabet; In English, Aleph Tav would be like letter A and Z or Alpha and Omega in ancient Greek. (Hebrew read from right to left)

So what does Aleph Tav mean or stand for?

Actually, Aleph Tav does not mean anything in particular in the ordinary sense. However, it was strangely peppered throughout the Bible. For ages during Old Testament times, people and even scholars were stumped and were clueless by the presence of “Aleph Tav”.

For example, the very first verse in the Bible in Genesis 1.1, it is generally translated as: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. ” However, in the original Hebrew, it reads as:

Highlighted in the middle; when God was refered to, elohim et, aleph tav () was followed behind, and was untranslated. It simply cannot be translated because it is like AZ in the middle of the sentence. No translation will ever make any sense.

In another example, Zechariah’s prophecy on the future deliverance for Jerusalem; 

“Then I will pour out a spirit of grace and prayer on the family of David and on the people of Jerusalem. They will look on me whom they have pierced and mourn for him as for an only son. They will grieve bitterly for him as for a firstborn son who has died."   Zechariah 12:10  
 
The me whom they have pierced, between me and whom, Aleph Tav appears. The verse then could be read as: “They will look on ME (Aleph Tav), whom they have pierced…”   Again, no translation of Aleph Tav will make sense.

But the light finally came on in New Testament times and the veil was finally removed.

In Revelation 1:8“I am the Alpha and the Omega—the beginning and the end,” says the Lord God. “I am the one who is, who always was, and who is still to come—the Almighty One.” Lord God declared Himself to the the Alpha and the Omega-the beginning and the end. And in Revelation 22:13, the final chapter of the entire Bible, Jesus Christ Himself finally revealed that He is the Alpha and Omega!

“I am the Alpha and the Omega—the beginning and the end,” says the Lord God. “I am the one who is, who always was, and who is still to come—the Almighty One.”   Rev 22:13


While the book of Revelations may be written in Greek, Jesus probably spoke in Hebrew, which mean He probably said ” I am the Aleph and the Tav – the beginning and the end.” Jesus is the start and the finish of everything! Looking back it all now make sense now. 

In 
Genesis 1:1, “In the beginning God (Aleph Tav-Jesus Christ) created the heaven and the earth…”  In Zechariah 12:10, “They will look on me (Aleph Tav-Jesus Christ) whom they have pierced …

So whenever you see a Aleph Tav  in the Bible, it is the personal signature of Jesus Christ Himself! No one will and can ever use it because it simply cannot be used, only Jesus is big enough that can encompass the entire beginning and the end. And since we know the very first verse in the Bible, you want to know the last verse?

The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ (the Alepha and the Tav) be with you all. Amen. Revelation 22:21
Source: https://kingdavid.wordpress.com/2010/06/15/aleph-tav-%E2%80%94-jesus-signature/


Editor's Note:  The Tav Aleph (Alpha Omega) is most evident (highlighted below) in Exodus 3:14 when Elohim gives His name - I AM - to Mosheh not once but twice:

         Strong's #                                   Transliteration                    Hebrew             English

         1961 [e]   ’eh-yeh;  אֶֽהְיֶ֑הI AM


Click on blue number, 'e' initial and name above to arrive at their Strong's Concordance definition.
Exodus 3:14 Scripture source: http://biblehub.com/text/exodus/3-14.htm

By understanding the meaning of the Tav Aleph, it will become very clear the true name of the Father and the Son who spoke these very words describing Himself and once you see what His name actually is, you will see why it inflamed the Pharisees believing Him to be speaking blasphemy for not recognizing who He truly was and rejecting Him despite His fulfillment of many, many prophecies (see Prophetic Testimony here).


FURTHER PROOF - I AM THAT I AM - ALEPH TAV - IS AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH

AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH in the 7 ORIGINAL Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek, Latin, Talmud, Kabbala and Pistis Sophia Texts.

The list below are proof of how the name of the Most High has been kept and respected among the most recognized original writings of various beliefs - this is not an endorsement of some of those teachings.


1. ORIGINAL Hebrew Scriptures (16th-12th Century BCE)

The word Ehyeh is used a total of 43 places in the Hebrew Bible, where it is often translated as "I will be" — as is the case for its first occurrence, in Genesis 26:3 — or "I shall be," as is the case for its final occurrence in Zechariah 8:8. Used by God to identify himself in the Burning Bush, the importance placed on the phrase, as it is, stems from the Hebrew conception of monotheism that God exists by himself for himself, and is the uncreated Creator who is independent of any conceptforce, or entity; therefore "I am who I am" (ongoing).

In appearance, it is possible to render YHWH (יהוה) as an archaic third person singular imperfect form of the verbhayah (אהיה) "to be" meaning, therefore, "He is". It is notably distinct from the root El, which can be used as a simple noun to refer to the creator deity in general, as in Elohim, meaning simply "God" (or gods). This interpretation agrees with the meaning of the name given in Exodus 3:14, where God is represented as speaking, and hence as using the first person — ehyeh "I am". Other scholars regard the triconsonantal root of hawah(הוה) as a more likely origin for the name Yahweh (יהוה).  
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Am_that_I_Am

(Editor's note: the root is NOT hawah as mentioned above - which would make it Yah-hawah - it is 
hovahwhich is why it is Yah-hovah - see YHWH in bottom section of this page to discover it's true meaning of god of deceit and wickedness).


2. ORIGINAL Aramaic Bible (Targum Onkelos) 1st Century AD

Targum Onkelos (or Unkelus), is the official eastern (Babyloniantargum (Aramaic translation) to the Torah
However, its early origins may have been western, in Israel. Its authorship is attributed to Onkelosאונקלוס, a 
famous convert to Judaism in Tannaic times (c.35–120 AD).[citation needed]

According to Jewish tradition, the content of Targum Onkelos was originally conveyed by God to Moses at 
Mount Sinai
. However, it was later forgotten by the masses, and rerecorded by Onkelos.[1]
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Targum_Onkelos

Ehyeh asher ehyeh (Hebrewאהיה אשר אהיה) is the first of two responses given to Moses when he asks for  
God's name (Exodus 3:14).
 The King James version of the Bible translates the Hebrew as "I Am that I Am"  
and uses it as a proper name for God the Father. The Aramaic Targum Onkelos
 leaves the phrase 
untranslated..

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Names_of_God_in_Judaism: 


3. ORIGINAL Greek OT (Septuagint / LXX) bible  (4th Century CE) 

Translates EGW EIMI to EHYEH ASHER EHYEH - NOT YHWH

The LXX (a.k.a. Septuagint) is the original and primary translation of the Hebrew bible to Greek Koin thus 
making it the oldest known Greek Old Testament. 
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Septuagint 


"...it is striking to note the similarity between Jesus' claim and the familiar EGW EIMI of the LXX of the Old 
Testament in references to God. The LXX does not translate YHWH into EGW EIMI. It translates EHYEH 
ASHER EHYEH into EGW EIMI hO WN. Neither does YHWH translate into EGW EIMI in 
Deuteronomy 32:39 or Isaiah 43:10, two other passages that were cited.  

Hebrew YAHWEH (or, unreconstructed, YHWH) IS NOT translated into Greek as EGW EIMIYHWH is not found in Exodus 3:14 and is not the LXX translation EGW EIMI. The LXX EGW EIMI hO WN is the translation of the EHYEH ASHER EHYEH."

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Names_of_God_in_Judaism


The Septuagint translates ehyeh asher ehyeh of Exodus 3:14a into Greek as "ego eimi ho on", which in turn translates into English as "I am the one who is", and it translates the absolute ehyeh of 3:14b as "ho on", "the one who is".[2]  This earliest of all translations of the Hebrew thus associates the revelation of Exodus 3:14 with the concept of absolute existence.
Source: http://www.exodus-314.com/part-i/exodus-314-in-early-translations.html

The above is further confirmed to be true by the following:
         

In the Hellenistic Greek literature of the Jewish Diaspora the phrase "Ehyeh asher ehyeh" was rendered in Greek "ego eimi ho on ", "I am the BEING".

  • Septuagint Exodus 3:14 And God said unto Moses, I am HE WHO IS (ho ōn): and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, HE WHO IS (ho ōn) hath sent me unto you.[2]
  • Philo : And God said, "At first say unto them, 'I am (egō eimi) THE BEING', (ho ōn, nominative of ontos) that, when they have learnt that there is a difference between THE BEING (ontos, genitive of ho ōn) and that-that-is-not (me ontos), they may be further taught that there is no name whatever that can properly be assigned to Me (ep' emou kuriologeitai), to whom (hoi) only (monoi) belongs (prosesti) the existence (to einai). (Philo Life Of Moses Vol.1 :75)[3][4]
  • ho Ōn, "He who is" (Philo, Life of Moses I 75)
  • to Ōn, "the Being who is" (Philo, Life of Moses II 67),
  • tou Ontos, "of Him that is" (II 99)
  • tou Ontos, "of the Self-Existent" (II 132)
  • to Ōn, "the Self-Existent" (II 161)[5]

This usage is also found in the New Testament:

  • Rev 1:8 I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, the BEING (ho ōn), and THE WAS (ho ēn), and THE IS TO COME (ho erchomenos), the Almighty (ho pantokrator).[6]
  • Rev 4:8 holy, Lord God Almighty, the WAS (ho ēn), and the BEING (ho ōn), and the IS TO COME (ho erchomenos).
    Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Am_that_I_Am

4.  Latin Vulgate (390-405 CE)
Similar to the Greek Septuagint, 
The Latin Vulgate DOES NOT translate YHWH into EGW EIMI. It translates I AM THAT I AM - AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH into EGO SUM QUI SUM" - similar to the Greek EGW EIMI hO WN

The translation of the Hebrew אהיה אשר אהיה from the Old Testament is ego sum qui sum in the Vulgate.
ego(I) sum(am) qui(I who) sum(am)

The Vulgate of Jerome corresponds closely to the Septuagint in its Latin translation of ehyeh asher ehyeh andehyeh as "ego sum qui sum" and "qui est" respectively, which in turn translate into English as "I am who am" and "He who is".[4] 
Source: http://www.exodus-314.com/part-i/exodus-314-in-early-translations.html

5.  Talmud
  (200-500 CE)
The King James version of the Bible translates the Hebrew as "I Am that I Am" and uses it as a proper name for God the Father. The Aramaic Targum Onkelos leaves the phrase untranslated and is so quoted in the Talmud (B. B. 73a. [clarification needed])
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Am_that_I_Am

The Talmud states that "a person should complete his portions of scripture along with the community, reading the scripture twice and the targum once (Shnayim mikra ve-echad targum)." This passage is taken by many to refer to Targum Onkelos.
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Targum_Onkelos


6.   Pistis Sophia (200-255 AD)
         

Below is a brief explanation from Wikipedia:

Pistis Sophia
 is an important Gnostic text discovered in 1773,[1] possibly written between the 3rd[2] and 4th centuries AD.[3] The remaining manuscript, which scholars place in the late 4th century,[4] relates the Gnostic teachings of the transfigured Jesus to the assembled disciples (including his mother MaryMary Magdalene, andMartha), when the risen Christ had accomplished eleven years speaking with his disciples. In it, the complex structures and hierarchies of heaven familiar in Gnostic teachings are revealed.

The text proclaims that Jesus remained on earth after the resurrection for 11 years, and was able in this time to teach his disciples up to the first (i. e. beginner) level of the mystery. It starts with an allegory paralleling the death and resurrection of Jesus, and describing the descent and ascent of the soul. It then proceeds to describe important figures within the Gnostic cosmology, and then finally lists 32 carnal desires to overcome before salvation is possible.

The female divinity of Gnosticism is Sophia, a being with many aspects and names. She is sometimes identified with the Holy Spirit itself but, according to her various capacities, is also the Universal Mother, the Mother of the Living or Resplendent Mother, the Power on High, She-of-the-left-hand (as opposed to Christ, understood as her husband and he of the Right Hand), as the Luxurious One, the Womb, the Virgin, the Wife of the Male, the Revealer of Perfect Mysteries, the Holy Dove of the Spirit, the Heavenly Mother, the Wandering One, or Elena (that is, Selene, the Moon). She was envisaged as the Psyche of the world and the female aspect of Logos.[5]

AHAYAH Appears in the SOPHIA PISTIS - Video  click here  or link to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6e-qo_g1yBQ
                                                    (go to 3:03 mark to understand diagram below)

               

7.
  Kabbalist Interpretation
  (12th-15th Century CE)

        Kabbalists have long deemed that the Torah contains esoteric information. The response given by God is 
       considered significant by many Kabbalists, because it is seen as proof in the divine nature of God's name, a 
       central idea in Kabbalah (and to a lesser degree Judaism in general).

       Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Am_that_I_Am

AHAYAH -  in the Kabbalah Tree  - Video  click here  or link to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6e-qo_g1yBQ (go to 3:03 mark - same as above)


So there it is - the Irrefutable Proof from  7 incontrovertible sources taken from the ORIGINAL Hebrew bible, ORIGINAL Aramaic bible, ORIGINAL Greek bible, Talmud, Pistis Sophia and Kabbala - from Mosheh to Secret Societies. 

The name of the heavenly Father and Supreme Being is in fact AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH - NOT YHWH.




                                                                                      

                                                           
 "AHAYAH - I AM"

God (Elohim) - the Father (Abba), Holy Spirit (Ruach HaKodesh), and the Word (Immanuel) - the Alpha & Omega  (I AM that I AM)  spoke to Moshe on Mt. Horeb thru "the Word" to give him the 10 Commandments. The Torah is the Word of God (Elohim)... this is the Will of Elohim that the Word made Flesh - Immanuel - gave to His Apostles to give to the children of Israel - those who would persevere to keep His commandments (the Law/Torah) and become Saints in the Kingdom of Heaven.

Ahayah Asher Ahayah (I AM that I AM)  - 
Ahayah (I AM) is stated in the first person to Mosheh ("Moses") on Mt. Horeb which is also often transliterated as Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh.  I had never heard the Father's true name said while I was a Catholic or Adventist and most likely you have not either. 
Reason: the true name of the Word Elohim has been suppressed to the masses and instead have been deceived by venerating and praying the name of a false and pagan Canaanite god.

a.  Overview

I Am that I Am (אֶהְיֶה אֲשֶׁר אֶהְיֶהʾehyeh ʾašer ʾehyeh [ʔehˈje ʔaˈʃer ʔehˈje]) is a common English translation (JPS among others) of the response God used in the Hebrew Bible when Moses asked for his name (Exodus 3:14). It is one of the most famous verses in the Torah. Hayah means "existed" or "was" in Hebrew; "ehyeh" is the first person singular imperfect form and is usually translated in English Bibles as "I will be" (or "I shall be"), for example, at Exodus 3:14. Ehyeh asher ehyehliterally translates as "I Will Be What I Will Be", with attendant theological and mystical implications in Jewish tradition. However, in most English Bibles, this phrase is rendered as I am that I am.

Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh (often contracted in English as "I AM") is one of the Seven Names of God accorded special care by medieval Jewish tradition.[1] The phrase is also found in other world religious literature, used to describe the Supreme Being, generally referring back to its use in ExodusThe word Ehyeh is considered by many rabbinical scholars to be a first-person derivation of the Tetragrammaton,
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Am_that_I_Am

I encourage you to see for yourself the following links for definitive proof as it appears in Exodus 3:12-14 Interlinear translating to Hebrew (keep in mind English is read left to Right and Hebrew Right to left: http://biblehub.com/interlinear/exodus/3-12.htm and http://biblehub.com/interlinear/exodus/3-14.htm and http://biblehub.com/text/exodus/3-14.htm .

Incidentally, Biblehub.com (aka Biblos.com) is a fantastic tool for scripture and subject research. Look above the English name "I AM WHO I AM" - you will see the Hebraic transliterated name with Strong Concordance # above it: ’eh·yeh; ’ă·šer’eh·yeh; . 


Most of the Old Testament scriptures were written in Paleo-Hebrew, or a closely related derivative. Generally considered to be an offshoot of ancient Phoenecian script, Paleo-Hebrew represents the pen of David, the script of Moses, and perhaps even the Finger of God on the stone tablets of the Ten Commandments.

Modern Hebrew, on the other hand, is not quite so ancient.  Israelites acquired this new alphabet from Assyria (Persia), somewhere around the 6th-7th century B.C.  This was the same general time period as Israel’s exile to Babylon . . . many centuries after most of the Old Testament was written.

Initially, the Old Testament Scriptures were exclusively written in Paleo-Hebrew. Then, after borrowing the new alphabet from the Assyrians, the Jews began transliterating large portions of Scripture into the newer version.
Source: http://theorthodoxlife.wordpress.com/2012/03/10/the-hebrew-bible-moses-couldnt-read/


Paleo-Hebrew (Before 585 B.C.)

Exodus 3:14  
     
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Hebrew Transliterated
3:14 VY'aMUr 'aLHYM 'aL-MShH 'aHYH 'aShUr 'aHYH VY'aMUr KH Th'aMUr LBNY YShUr'aL 'aHYHShLChNY 'aLYKM.

Latin Vulgate
3:14 dixit Deus ad Mosen ego sum qui sum ait sic dices filiis Israhel 
qui est misit me ad vos

King James Version
3:14 And God (Elohim) said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and He said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you.

Source: http://www.hebrewoldtestament.com/index2.htm


I AM is the Father's  name in the 1st person - "YHWH" is His position/title in the 3rd person

God (Elohim) thru the Word clearly tells Mosheh His 1st name - AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH (I AM that I AM - the Alpha & Omega) not once but twice (AHAYAH  - I AM - the 2nd time) in Exodus 3:13-15. "YHWH" is clearly 3rd person (See The YHWH Deception here). Put in very simple terms, substitute names & titles for what is written in scripture to more clearly understand what is being said:

13 Then Moses (Robert) said to God (ELOHIM) (the President/CEO), "Behold, I am going to the sons of Israel (the new administration), and I will say to them, 'The God (President/CEO) of your fathers (the previous Administration) has sent me to you.' Now they may say to me, 'What is His name?' What shall I say to them?"14 God (ELOHIM) (the President/CEO) said to Moses (Robert), "I AM WHO I AM" - the ALPHA & OMEGA (John John) and He said, "Thus you shall say to the sons of Israel (the new Administration), 'I AM - the ALPHA & OMEGA (John) has sent me to you.'"15 God (ELOHIM) (the President/CEO), furthermore, said to Moses (Robert), "Thus you shall say to the sons of Israel (the new Administration), 'The LORD (the President), the God (ELOHIM) (the CEO) of your fathers (the previous Administration), the God (ELOHIM) (the CEO) of Abraham, the God (ELOHIM) (the CEO) of Isaac, and the God (ELOHIM) (the CEO) of Jacob, has sent me to you.' This is My name forever, and this is My memorial-name to all generations.

So "John John" ("John") is his name forever - it's not "President" or "CEO" ("YHWH" 3rd person). President or CEO is only the position/title the old administration knew him by never having known his 1st name (AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH  - ALPHA & OMEGA 1st person). 


 

The "I AM" Connection

Scriptures From the Messiah Further Confirming His "God With Us" Name AND He, along with His Father, are the Alpha and Omega (Tav Aleph):

       “Now I am telling you before it happens, that when it has occurred, you shall believe that I AM THE LIVING GOD.”   
                                                                                                                                                                                        John 4:26

           And he said to them, “You are from below and I am from above. You are from this world; I am not from this world.”
                                                                                                                                                        John 8:23


           Immanuel said to them: “Timeless truth I speak to you: Before Abraham would exist, I AM THE LIVING GOD.”  
                                                                                                                                                                                      John 8:58


The Messiah is literally saying "I AM (I am the Tav Aleph - the Beginning & End) the Living EL" (God Most High)




b.  The I AM of the Old Testament - I AM of the New Testament Connection


Now that we know for an absolute fact that I AM (Ahayah) is the True Name of the Father and know that the Father's name is in the Son's, we are provided further confirmation of this connection:


       “Now I am telling you before it happens, that when it has occurred, you shall believe that I AM THE LIVING GOD.”   
                                                                                                                                                                         John 4:26

           And he said to them, “You are from below and I AM from above. You are from this world; I AM not from this world.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                John 8:23



              Immanuel said to them: “Timeless truth I speak to you: Before Abraham would exist, I AM THE LIVING GOD.”
  
                                                                                                                                                                          John 8:58



The Messiah is stating quite emphatically and clearly HE is the Living God - i.e., He is Elohim. By its very meaning, He is saying HE is God with us... and that, translated to Hebrew/Greek, is ImmanuEL. More on this below.



4.  The Son of God - The WORD - is "I AM that I AM" that SPOKE to Moshe

It is Elohim (God plural) that speaks to Moshe:

Exodus 3:13  Lexicon

NASB Lexicon
NASB ©HebrewTransliterationStrong'sDefinitionOrigin
Then Mosesמֹשֶׁ֜הmo·sheh4872a great Isr. leader, prophet and lawgiverfrom mashah
saidוַיֹּ֨אמֶרvai·yo·mer559to utter, saya prim. root
to God,הָֽאֱלֹהִ֗יםha·'e·lo·him430God, godpl. of eloah
"Behold,הִנֵּ֨הhin·neh2009lo! behold!prol. of hen
I am goingבָא֮va935to come in, come, go in, goa prim. root
to the sonsבְּנֵ֣יbe·nei1121sona prim. root
of Israel,יִשְׂרָאֵל֒yis·ra·'el3478"God strives," another name of Jacob and his desc.from sarah and el
and I will sayוְאָמַרְתִּ֣יve·'a·mar·ti559to utter, saya prim. root
to them, 'The Godאֱלֹהֵ֥יe·lo·hei430God, godpl. of eloah
of your fathersאֲבֹותֵיכֶ֖םa·vo·v·tei·chem1fatherfrom an unused word
has sentשְׁלָחַ֣נִיshe·la·cha·ni7971to senda prim. root
me to you.' Now they may sayוְאָֽמְרוּ־ve·'a·me·ru-559to utter, saya prim. root
to me, 'Whatמַה־mah-4100what? how? anythinga prim. interrogative and indefinite particle
is His name?'שְּׁמֹ֔וshe·mov,8034a nameof uncertain derivation
Whatמָ֥הmah4100what? how? anythinga prim. interrogative and indefinite particle
shall I sayאֹמַ֖רo·mar559to utter, saya prim. root
to them?"     

Exodus 3:14

NASB Lexicon
NASB ©HebrewTransliterationStrong'sDefinitionOrigin
Godאֱלֹהִים֙e·lo·him430God, godpl. of eloah
saidוַיֹּ֤אמֶרvai·yo·mer559to utter, saya prim. root
to Moses,מֹשֶׁ֔הmo·sheh,4872a great Isr. leader, prophet and lawgiverfrom mashah
"I AMאֶֽהְיֶ֖הeh·yeh1961to fall out, come to pass, become, bea prim. root
WHOאֲשֶׁ֣רa·sher834who, which, thata prim. pronoun
I AM";אֶֽהְיֶ֑הeh·yeh;1961to fall out, come to pass, become, bea prim. root
and He said,וַיֹּ֗אמֶרvai·yo·mer559to utter, saya prim. root
"Thusכֹּ֤הkoh3541thus, herea prim. adverb
you shall sayתֹאמַר֙to·mar559to utter, saya prim. root
to the sonsלִבְנֵ֣יliv·nei1121sona prim. root
of Israel,יִשְׂרָאֵ֔לyis·ra·'el,3478"God strives," another name of Jacob and his desc.from sarah and el
I AMאֶֽהְיֶ֖הeh·yeh1961to fall out, come to pass, become, bea prim. root
has sentשְׁלָחַ֥נִיshe·la·cha·ni7971to senda prim. root
me to you.'"     


Source: http://biblehub.com/lexicon/exodus/3-14.htm


The Lexicon of Exodus 3:13-14 above which is written in Modern Hebrew and not the original Paleo, the word "Elohim" appears repeatedly while Moshe has the discussion... Elohim is the plural of Eloah. Now keep in mind Moshe does not see a bodily form - rather he hears Elohim. Elohim is the Father, Holy Spirit and the Word collectively.

"The Word" speaks for Elohim - in other words, the Father and the Holy Spirit - and it is He, the Word - that is speaking to Moshe and not "the Father" which is "Abba" - the proof is in the absence of His name.

When Elohim, thru the Word, says "He" is the "I AM" - He is saying that He - Elohim the Father, Holy Spirit and the Word collectively are the "I AM", the beginning and the end, the Alpha and Omega. 




Confirmation:  the Son of God is the I AM - the Alpha & Omega


"And to the angel of the church in Smyrna write: The first and the last, (the ALPHA & OMEGA) who was dead, and has come to life, says this..." Rev 2:8

This proves beyond any doubt that the Messiah - the WORD - is one and the same I AM that spoke to Moshe and gave him God's - ELOHIM'S - commandments - which are "His" (Immanuel's) commandments:

      If ye keep my (Immanuel the Word made flesh) commandments, ye shall abide in my love; even as I have kept 
       my Father's (God Elohim who gave to Moshe) commandments, and abide in his love.  John 5:10



Pronunciation

   Ancient Paleo Hebrew Pronunciation                      Modern Hebrew Pronunciation                     

 


f.  Songs Praising Ahayah Asher Ahayah 


A Song in Ancient Hebrew to Ahayah Asher Ahayah            Modern Song to Ahayah Asher Ahayah


Link to "Ahayah Music" :  https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=ahayah+music


b. Grammatical Construct

I Am that I Am (אֶהְיֶה אֲשֶׁר אֶהְיֶהʾehyeh ʾašer ʾehyeh [ʔehˈje ʔaˈʃer ʔehˈje]) is a common English translation (JPS among others) of the response God used in the Hebrew Bible when Moses asked for his name (Exodus 3:14). It is one of the most famous verses in the Torah. Hayah means "existed" or "was" in Hebrew; "ehyeh" is the first person singular imperfect form and is usually translated in English Bibles as "I will be" (or "I shall be"), for example, at Exodus 3:14. Ehyeh asher ehyeh literally translates as "I Will Be What I Will Be", with attendant theological and mystical implications in Jewish tradition. However, in most English Bibles, this phrase is rendered as I am that I am.

Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh (often contracted in English as "I AM") is one of the Seven Names of God accorded special care by medieval Jewish tradition.[1] The phrase is also found in other world religious literature, used to describe the Supreme Being, generally referring back to its use in Exodus.                                                                 

                                                                     

Ahayah is the first-person singular imperfect form of hayah, "to be". Ahayah is usually translated "I will be", since the imperfect tense in Hebrew denotes actions that are not yet completed (e.g. Exodus 3:12, "Certainly I will be [Ahayah] with thee.").[3] Asher is an ambiguous pronoun which can mean, depending on context, "that", "who", "which", or "where".[3] 
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Am_that_I_Am


c. Contextual Meaning


Those that argue in defense of the name YHWH because they take only Scripture Exodus 3:15  fail to comprehend the following passage which needs to be read IN CONTEXT of His conversation with Mosheh beginning from Exodus 3:15: 

13Then Moses said to God, "Behold, I am going to the sons of Israel, and I will say to them, 'The God of your fathers has sent me to you.' Now they may say to me, 'WHAT IS HIS NAME?What shall I say to them?14 GOD SAID TO MOSES, "I AM WHO I AM" (AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH); and He said, "THUS YOU SHALL SAY TO THE SONS OF ISRAEL, 'I AM (AHAYAH) HAS SENT ME TO YOU." 15God, furthermore, said to Moses, "Thus you shall say to the sons of Israel, 'The LORD God (title - 3rd person) of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob 
(whom did not know His name), has sent me to you.' THIS IS MY NAME FOREVER, AND THIS IS MYMEMORIAL-NAME TO ALL GENERATIONS.    Exodus 3:13-15

Once you read the entire passage, it is obvious that the Father is saying in the last line that He is referring back to the NAME He had previously provided in answering Mosheh as to His name which in fact reiterates by saying a portion of the SAME NAME - I AM (Ahayah).

The very following sentence where the 3rd person title is being given, "Lord" (YHWH),  He is identifying that He is the one same God (Elohim) of his (Mosheh's) fathers that previously DID NOT KNOW HIM BY NAME who is sending him which is the 3rd person "title" which is why 
YHWH appears 6,828 times in the bible - it is referring to Him in the 3rd person since the Father is no longer being quoted directly but rather via the prophets.

I encourage you to see for yourself the following sites for definitive proof as it appears in Exodus 3:12-14 Interlinear translating to Hebrew (keep in mind English is read left to Right and Hebrew Right to left: http://biblehub.com/interlinear/exodus/3-12.htm - http://biblehub.com/interlinear/exodus/3-14.htm. Incidentally,Biblehub.com (aka Biblos.com) is a fantastic tool for scripture and subject research. Look above the English name "I AM WHO I AM" - you will see the Hebraic transliterated name with Strong Concordance # above it: ’eh·yeh; ’ă·šer ’eh·yeh; . 


Exodus 3:14-15 clearly states what the Father wants us (the children of Israel) to CALL HIM by HIS NAME:

Then Moses said to God, "Behold, I am going to the sons of Israel, and I will say to them, 'The God of your fathers has sent me to you.' Now they may say to me, 'What is His name?' What shall I say to them?"God said to Moses, "I AM WHO I AM" (Ahayah Ashar Ahayah); and He said, "Thus you shall say to the sons of Israel, 'I AM (Ahayah) has sent me to you.'
  Exodus 3:14-15


The Father is clearly telling Mosheh precisely what His name is: AHAYAH (ASHER AHAYAH) which is to be told to ALL the tribes of Israel which is completely contrary to what Kabbalists claimed that His name was to be unmentionable and perhaps worse yet, substituted with the name of their pagan god of wickedness.


d. Linguistics

PALEO PHOENECIAN HEBREW ROOT WORD ORIGINS


Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh is "Ahayah Ashar Ahayah" in the ancient Hebrew. Vowel sings were invented by the Jewish Masoretic scholars in the sixth century and later. Ehyeh is the Yiddish spin of Ahayah. You can verify this in the Zondervan Bible Dictionary, under "Languages." We have the ancient Hebrew and currently studying it. You will find that there's no vowels, so that throws out every other names. The name of the Most High is "Ahayah Asher Ahayah" - Exo 3:13-15.


Exodus 3:13 ויאמר משׁה אל־האלהים הנה אנכי בא אל־בני ישׂראל ואמרתי להם אלהי אבותיכם שׁלחני אליכם ואמרו־לי מה־שׁמו מה אמר אלהם׃ 


Exo 3:14 ויאמר אלהים אל־משׁה אהיה אשׁר אהיה ויאמר כה תאמר לבני ישׂראל אהיה שׁלחני אליכם׃ 

Exo 3:15 ויאמר עוד אלהים אל־משׁה כה־תאמר אל־בני ישׂראל יהוה אלהי אבתיכם אלהי אברהם אלהי יצחק ואלהי יעקב שׁלחני אליכם זה־שׁמי לעלם וזה זכרי לדר

I AM THAT I AM = אהיה אשׁר אהיה 

I AM = אהיה
 

So if we look at the Assyrian Hebrew alphabet from the picture at the top we can get and see exactly what the Most High GOD's name is and how it is pronounced in the Hebrew tongue.

א = AH 

ה = HA 

י = YA 

ה = H (in the Hebrew language the last letter of a word is silent and this is why we only have an "H" here, so it would not end in HA but just an H)

So the Most High GOD's name in Hebrew would be spelled אהיה pronounced AH-HA-YA-H which is AHAYAH

There are no vowel sounds in the pure form Hebrew that was spoken by the Israelites other than the Hebrew letter "I", so NO E, O, U sounds existed, Ehyeh is just the English transliteration of his name AHAYAH.

Exodus 3:2 And the angel of the LORD appeared unto him in a flame of fire out of the midst of a bush: and he looked, and, behold, the bush burned with fire, and the bush was not consumed. Exo 3:3 And Moses said, I will now turn aside, and see this great sight, why the bush is not burnt. Exo 3:4 And when the LORD saw that he turned aside to see, God called unto him out of the midst of the bush, and said, Moses, Moses. And he said, Here am I.

THE HEBREW DYNAMICS OF THE MOST HIGH GOD'S NAME BROKEN DOWN IN ENGLISH: 

Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh 


So the Most High GOD's name, at least the one given to Moses in the above Torah passage, is "Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh." What does that mean? In biblical Hebrew, "Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh" is a deceptively simple phrase consisting of the relative pronoun "asher" sandwiched between two instances of the first person singular imperfect of the verb hayah--to be. "Ehyeh" is most commonly translated as "I will be." Asher is a remarkable Hebrew word. Imagine, in English, a single word that can mean "that" "who" "which" or "where." So the phrase could mean:

I will be that I will be

I will be who I will be

I will be which I will be

I will be where I will be

English has many distinguishable tenses, but biblical Hebrew has only two main tenses, perfect and imperfect. The perfect tense describes actions that are completed:

I walked

I did walk

I had walked

The imperfect tense describes actions or states that are not completed:

I will walk

I usually walk

I might walk

May I walk?

I would walk

A Hebrew verb that appears in the imperfect tense can be translated with any of these meanings. (Simon, The First Hebrew Primer, p. 94) The first Ehyeh might be one tense (for instance, "I am") and the second another ("I will be.")

Here are some other possible translations:

I am that I am 

I will be what I will be 

I am who I am 

I will be what I want to be 

I will be what tomorrow demands 

It is he who creates what comes into existence 

He brings into existence whatever exists 

I will be with him that I will be

I exist and fulfill my promises

The one who spoke and the world came into being,

spoke and all was:

The one who spoke to the world at the beginning "be",

and it was, and in the future will say to it

"be" and it will be 

I am he who was, am and will be 

Source: http://ahayahyashiya.blogspot.com/2013/02/yhwhyhvh-and-ahayah-illuminati-knows.html