What YAH’S Corner Teaches and Believes

In all these writings you will see the name YAH in everything I write. YAH is the short form of YaHoVaH, the proper name of God. You will see יהוה  (Yud Hay Vav Hay), again the proper name of God spelled out in Hebrew in place of “the LORD” in any scripture reference, which is how it was originally written in the Hebrew text. We are told time and time again to proclaim His name and the LORD, GOD or HaShem is not his name but only titles. You will also see the word Elohim replacing the word God.

You will always find יהוה  in red because this is the red letter edition!


YAH’S corner is not about being a Jew or a Gentile for there is no difference in His eyes of a obedient child.  It is differently not about religion or mans traditions; neither have   room for the word of YAH.

YAH’S corner is however, about proclaiming the name of YAH, not some title. It’s about understanding that when YAH spoke to Moses and said this is an “everlasting covenant” that “everlasting” meant everlasting.

It’s about knowing that although YAH’S love is unconditional, HIS promises and blessings come with conditions and that HIS promises and blessings all start with the word “IF”.

It’s about teaching that the word of YAH is perfect and being so does not need to be changed or done away with. It is about us as children, being obedient to our heavenly Father out of love and respect.

It’s about instilling the fear of YAH as a good thing…

Ps 19:9 The fear of יהוה is clean, enduring forever; the rules of יהוה are true, and righteous altogether.

Ps 34:11  Come, O children, listen to me; I will teach you the fear of יהוה

Ps 111:10  The fear of יהוה is the beginning of wisdom; all those who practice it have a good understanding. His praise endures forever!

Pr 1:7  The fear of יהוה is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and instruction.

Pr 1:29  Because they hated knowledge and did not choose the fear of יהוה

Lastly, YAH’S corner is about relationship with HIM and our desire to “Love יהוה your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your strength”, purely out of love for HIM.