The Name of God Part II

As already mentioned, this name was the most important name used to designate the true God; it was a name peculiar to the Hebrews, a name that distinguished the Creator from all the gods of the nations.

W.E. Read, Field Secretary, General Conference

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W.E. Read, Field Secretary, General Conference

May 1958

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