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Malak of Yahweh, messenger of God

Q3: Who is the messenger of Yahweh in the Old Testament?

Hypothesis: Who is the "malak" "Yahweh" ?

Introduction: Finding the word "Jesus" in the OT is difficult and unconvincing to many people. Since the Bible was written in Hebrew, and the word "Jesus" is Greek or of Latin origin, one has to study the Hebrew words to ascertain who Jesus was in the OT. Jesus tells us in the NT that the OT speaks of Him.

Lu 24:44 And Jesus said unto them, These are the words which I spake unto you, while I was yet with you, that all things must be fulfilled, which were written in the law of Moses, and in the prophets, and in the psalms, concerning me.(KJV)

This study looks at ways to identify Jesus in the Old Testament.

Method: Looking at all verses in the Hebrew OT and the NT translated back into the Hebrew.

Conclusion: "malak" "Yahweh" is a Hebrew functional description of Jesus. Jesus was the messenger for Yahweh, in the OT verses.


(1) Ge 16:7 � And the angel "malak"of the LORD "Yahweh" found her by a fountain of water in the wilderness, by the fountain in the way to Shur.

"malak"Yahweh" - "The term "malak" means "messenger". A Messenger could also have been an angel, a human being, or a co-eternal Being of GOD, assuming other Beings exist apart from the Father in heaven.

First we need to investigate all Hebrew words that mean "angel" or something along those lines.

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