and the impact that has upon the crown of His creation
ELOHIM is the first of the Divine Name-Titles given in Scripture. He gives Himself no introduction; He gives us no explanation, but there is much revelation of Himself in the accounting of the generations of the heavens and the earth.Gen.2:4 He is Eternal, He is mighty, He is Creator—yet more. Elohim is the Name of He Who is, by His Own Will and design, He is the and origin of all. The name conveys the Divine Being as irresistible existence; independent thought, benevolent will and all encompassing might as part of His Divinity. He is more than a Being. He IS and being is in Him. Elohim is more than a force but particularly, the source of force…the fountain and foundation, the root and the reason, the base and the basis.
ELOHIM is the God of mysteries. It is the glory of Elohim to it is to conceal a thing: but the honor of kings to search it out. Prov.25:2 For our sakes He clothes Himself in mystery, then invites us to investigate —to seek Him, to know Him.
ELOHIM is a noun in the plural form with the verbs in the singular form when it is referring to The One True God. In Semitic languages the plural noun with the singular verb is, not so much to show plurality in number as it is to show multiplicity of power, grandeur of majesty and immutable unity of Will.
The plurality of the Divine Name Elohim conveys absolute profusion of might. Elohim connotes utter power, unalterable strength, immutable ownership, irrefutable justice and indomitable mercy. This is ELOHIM.
Elohim is He Who breathed into Adam’s nostrils that he became a living soul. The same Who’s breath is mighty enough power to part a sea, is mighty in loving kindness, tender in mercy that His breath into clay nostrils did not part it but imparted life. This is ELOHIM.
Elohim is He
Who’s Name is breath.
The breath is breathing—the span—
Breathing—the winds over the earth
Breathing—the breath of man.
Elohim is He Who’s Name is breath.
And Who’s breath is breathing—the span KEH
Where God identifies Himself as ELOHIM, governance and ordering of that which He created is the remote context…the backdrop. Where God identifies Himself as YHWH, covenant and its fulfillment, His eternal purpose is the terrain.
Elohim relates to His Will the way YHWH relates to His purpose. God’s Will and purpose are never separate and are always concurrent. A finite example is the gardener who plans and plants the garden is the same gardener who tends the garden; though his preparations, work and emphasis differ. ELOHIM gives us the revelation of GOD, whereas YHWH gives us the invitation of God.
ELOHIM the One.
ELOHIM, The Entity from which all extends
ELOHIM creator, generator, originator, sustainer
The cause, the necessity, the reason,
ELOHIM, transcends distinction, defines dimension
ELOHIM, life, light and breath
ELOHIM conceals and reveals,
That we may know Him—ELOHIM KEH