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Historical records do indicate that ancient Egyptians had, among their many gods, God called AMEN. However, no evidence can BE find, linking WORD AMEN TO THIS, or any other, PAGAN God. That phrase, and last WORD, more specifically, IS very familiar TO millions OF English-speaking Christians, Jews and Muslims worldwide. Prayers OF these three major monotheistic religions are typically close WITH WORD, AMEN. For many WORD AMEN MEAN, SO BE IT, or IT IS SO. In the Western world OF religion, credit for WORD IS given TO Hebrew texts OF Old Testament, or Jewish TORAH. Christians adopt the word, as well as Muslims. But adoption of WORD AMEN IS not of Hebrew origin. Mattithyahu 12: 35 good man out OF good treasure OF heart bringeth forth good things: and evil man out OF evil treasure bringeth forth evil things. 36 But I say unto YOU, that every idle WORD that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day OF judgment. 37 For by thy words Thou shalt BE justify, and by thy words Thou shalt BE condemn. Christians have a tendency TO not care about many OF the commandments OF YAHWEH and virtually NONE OF TORAH, But WE SHOULD not TAKE this LIGHTLY! Saying the NAME OF another God violates TORAH and the WORD OF Elohim. The Origin OF WORD IS under contention. IT does NOT, says one Elizabeth City State University professor, trace its roots back TO Hebrew people; rather, WORD can be traced TO pre-dynastic Egypt, in the region OF Africa known as Sudan, TO BE more specific. This MEAN IT IS not OF YAHWEH and IS PAGAN! Shemoth 20: 1 and Elohim spake ALL these words, saying, 2 I am YHWH thy Elohim, who has brought thee out OF the land OF Egypt, out OF the house OF bondage. 3 Thou shalt have no other gods before me. And even if WE do not attribute WORD AMEN TO PAGAN Egyptian God, IT IS still not a WORD OF agreement! Mattithyahu 18: 19 Again I say unto YOU, that if two OF YOU shall AGREE on earth as touching any thing that they shall ask, IT shall BE done For them OF my Father who IS in heaven. 20 For where two or three are gathered together in my NAME, there am I in the midst OF them. WE SHOULD not TAKE this LIGHTLY AT ALL! For how should one AGREE if they are not saying same thing?! YOU notice that not only are WE TO AGREE but WE MUST AGREE WITH YAHWEH! WE MUST AGREE on the NAME OF YAHWEH! WE MUST AGREE WITH HIM that HIS NAME IS YAHWEH! And WE MUST AGREE WITH YAHWEH that HE NAME HIS SON YAHUSHUA and not Jesus! And upon seeking TO AGREE WE SHOULD not USE AMEN.

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Origins of amen

Modern worshippers of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism all use version of the word, and records indicate that it has been used as an expression of concurrence after prayer for centuries. The Opposite of Amen, arguably, is cursing. Yet, both cursing and prayer have the same roots in three major monotheistic faiths, strangely enough. In Judaism, congregants say Amen in response to words of the rabbi, or spiritual leader. Term appear as part of number Jewish prayers. In Christianity, Amen occupies a central but often spontaneous position at the end of prayers or as a personal expression of affirmation of anothers words during sermon or other religious discourse. Islam, like Judaism, incorporates more formal use of words into rituals but also deems it an appropriate way to end any sort of prayer. Rather than Amen, Islam generally says amin. Amen is also used colloquially. For example: Dinner is finally readyamen! In Egyptian mythology, Amen, or amun, was a deity represented by ram, God of life and reproduction. A controversial theory posits that Amen derives from Ancient Egyptians. When we pray, almost anything go: dancing, whirling, kneeling, or swaying. And, words of affirmation are almost always speak. Amen is certainly one.

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Amen: An Agreement or Affirmation

Amen was used as affirmation, asserting comprehension of, and agreement with, certain laws imposed by Jehovah upon the nation of Israel. Read carefully Deuteronomy 27: 15-26. For example: curse be man who makes graven or molten image, work of hands of craftsman, and sets it up in secret. And all people shall answer and say, Amen. One scholar notes: Whoever pronounces Amen to them acknowledge awareness of sentence for pertinent activities. Thus, the speaker judges his / her own guilt in the event such a crime is commit.

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Amen: The Faithfulness of God

The term is used to stress reliability or faithfulness to God. Listen to the prophet Isaiah. E who blesses himself on earth shall bless himself in the God of truth., Or as the New English Bible renders it: He who invokes blessing on himself on land shall do so by God whose name is Amen. He is the God of truth, for in carrying out all His promises of blessing and threatenings of judgment, He has been successful and has shown that what He has said is true. The Amen expression appears to be use of Christ in same fashion in the New Testament. In his second Corinthian letter, Paul refers to a great host of promises of God which have come to fruition in work accomplished by Jesus. He asserts that these blessings have never been uncertain matter; rather, Lord Jesus is definite, Yes! To that realization. He is a God Amen! To hope for human family. There is a similar point to be made in Isaiah 55: 3, where the Messianic promise is call sure mercies of David, or, as it is suggested in Hebrew text, Amen-ed mercies of David. Paul provides Messianic interpretation in His sermon at Antioch, with special emphasis on the Lord's resurrection. See also Revelation 3: 14 where Christ identifies himself as Amen, which is virtually defined as faithful and true witness.

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Amen Meaning & Definition

Common English translations of term amen include surely, truly, and so be it. According to the Bakers Evangelical Dictionary, in current usage, term amen has become little more than ritualized conclusion to prayers. Yet Hebrew and Greek words for amen appear hundreds of times in the Bible and have several uses. Amen is transliteration of Hebrew word amen. Verb form occurred more than one hundred times in the Old Testament and means to take care, to be faithful, reliable or establish, or to believe someone or something. The idea of something that is faithful, reliable, or believable seems to lie behind the use of amen as exclamation on twenty-five solemn occasions in the Old Testament. Israel says amen to join in praises of God.

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