“Before I created you in the womb, I selected you; Before you were born, I consecrated you” Jeremiah 1:5
original Hebrew Bible בטרם אצרך בבטן ידעתיך ובטרם תצא מרחם הקדשתיך
According to the Biblical code2GOD, each name has 10 different numerical codes with different vibrations of energy. All together the full name entails a code that turns to prayer each time your child’s name is spoken thereby shaping your child’s personality in a more impactful way than his/her DNA.
12 times in the Bible GOD had changed the patriarchs’ names to alter their destiny. Sarai to Sarah, Avram to Abraham, and the most significant one in human history, Jacob to Israel.
Investing in your baby’s name to mathematically match your desired personality & destiny, is definitely the easiest and cheapest way to secure your child’s future.
Not exactly. According to the Biblical code2GOD, the baby’s name will set the course to his/her destiny. At times, the child, the teen, and then the adult will take charge of his/her own life. However, your child will have an easier life having a strong starting point and a path and he/she will be ahead of others who are left confused without an initial path.
Only the parents should choose the name and no one else. Alternatively, by those responsible for the baby’s upbringing.
The baby’s name should NOT be chosen based on sound or association with other people as your baby should be free from any “liability” and start fresh. When you choose a name because it’s associated with a movie star or a deceased family member, you project the good and the bad onto them.
80% of your baby’s name should be decided based on the destiny you envision for your kid. No more than 20% should be determined based on the “sound of it”.
When you choose the right name with HOLY LAND MAN, your baby will feel suitable with the name as he/she chose it.
According to the original Bible and the code2GOD the name is of very high importance.
The parents have to take the time and prepare their destiny vision for their newborn even before it was born. The child’s upbringing will be based on that vision which will become a reality. Based on that, the name is chosen.
Completing this now will also prevent future disagreements between the parents as to “what’s best for the kid.”
Once you have the vision of your child’s destiny, Holy Land Man can help you choose a name to enhance the child’s chances to achieve success in life.
The name will also have a bearing of the child’s connection to the Divine.
When God changed a person’s name and gave him a new name, it was usually to establish a new identity. God changed Abram’s name, meaning “high father,” to “Abraham,” meaning “father of a multitude” (Genesis 17:5). At the same time, God changed Abraham’s wife’s name from “Sarai,” meaning “my princess,” to “Sarah,” meaning “mother of nations” (Genesis 17:15). This name change took place when God gave Abraham the covenant of circumcision. God also reaffirmed His promise to give Abraham a son, specifically through Sarah, and told him to name his son Isaac, meaning “laughter.” Abraham had another son, Ishmael, through Sarah’s handmaiden, Hagar. But God’s promise to bless the nations through Abraham was to be fulfilled through Isaac’s line, from whom Jesus descended (Matthew 1:1–17; Luke 3:23–38). Isaac was the father of Jacob, who became “Israel.” His twelve sons formed the twelve tribes of Israel—the Jews. The physical descendants of Abraham and Sarah formed many nations. In a spiritual sense, their descendants are even more numerous. Galatians 3:29 says that all who belong to Jesus Christ—Jew, Gentile, male, or female—are “Abraham’s offspring, heirs according to promise.”
God changed Jacob’s name, which meant “supplanter,” to “Israel,” meaning “having power with God” (Genesis 32:28). This happened after Jacob had taken Esau’s birthright (Genesis 25) and stolen Esau’s blessing (Genesis 27), fled from his brother to his uncle Laban (Genesis 28), married Leah and Rachel (Genesis 29), fled from Laban (Genesis 31), and then wrestled with God as he prepared to meet Esau. Jacob had tricked his brother, been tricked by his uncle, tricked his uncle (Genesis 30), and was now going through his brother’s territory to escape his angry uncle. he’d heard that Esau was going to come out and meet him and feared for his life. That night, Jacob wrestled with a man, who later identified Himself as God and is considered a theophany or perhaps a pre-incarnate Christ. Jacob held on to the man until he obtained a blessing. It was at this point that God changed his name. No longer would Jacob be a supplanter and trickster. Rather, he would be identified as having “struggled with God and with humans and . . . overcome” (Genesis 32:28).
In the New Testament, Jesus changed Simon’s name, meaning “God has heard,” to “Peter,” meaning “rock” when He first called him as a disciple (John 1:42). It was Peter who declared that Jesus was “the Messiah, the Son of the living God” (Matthew 16:16). Jesus replied to him as “Simon son of Jonah,” saying that he was blessed because God revealed Jesus’ identity as Messiah to him. He then referred to him as “Peter” and said that Peter’s declaration was the basis, or “rock,” on which He would build His church (Matthew 16:17–18). Peter is also often seen as the leader of the apostles. Jesus occasionally called Peter “Simon” at other times. Why? Probably because Simon sometimes acted like his old self instead of the rock God called him to be. The same is true for Jacob. God continued to call him “Jacob” to remind him of his past and to remind him to depend on God’s strength.
Why did God choose new names for some people? The Bible doesn’t give us His reasons, but perhaps it was to let them know they were destined for a new mission in life. The new name was a way to reveal the divine plan and also to assure them that God’s plan would be fulfilled in them.
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