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This may be old news to some of you, but I find it fascinating - the comments below are interesting too. It certainly shows Jehovah's is being declared in all the earth, by his servants, by history

and by new discoveries. Even those in the comment section are asking the question why have religions left his name out!  This is predating the Dead Sea Scrolls about 400 hundred years. King Josiah is mentioned, so maybe this was part of his efforts to reestablish pure worship? 


How very cool.



<p>"Jehovah chooses to either 'reveal' or 'conceal' - cherish what he reveals and be patient with what he conceals."

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700 BCE?  It certainly is ancient Hebrew writing in the two scrolls. I believe those scriptures from Numbers appear in Mezuzahs. Even when they wrote it out in more modern Hebrew in the video, they pronounced Yod Hay Vow Hay as Yahwah. They are getting closer.

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