12-25-2022 “IMMANUEAL” Isaiah 7:14

We don not have a recorded study for today. Bro. Leo covered a few Scriptures concerning the birth of the Messiah and the importance of His name. Here is an excerpt from “The Book of Mysteries” by Jonathan Cahn that explains the true meaning of Christmas:


“I’m going to teach you how to speak Hebrew,” said the teacher, “or at least one sentence.”

“I’m ready.”

“The Hebrew word for “with” is eem. And the word for “us” is anu.”

“Eem…anu,” I said.

“And the word for “God” is El.”


“So how would you say ‘With us is God’?” he asked.


“Say it again.”

“Eem…anu…El. Eem anu El…Immanuel!”

“Yes, Immanuel. So Isaiah prophesied of Messiah, ‘A virgin shall conceive and give birth to a child and shall call Him Immanuel.”

“The name of Messiah.”

“And more than a name. In Hebrew, it’s a sentence. It’s a declaration, a reality. It’s the reality of Messaih. His very life on earth was this Hebrew sentence, a declaration in Hebrew—eem anu El.”

“How was His life a sentence?” I asked.

“When He was sorroful. Who was it who wasa sorrowful?”


“It was Immanuel in sorrow,” said the teacher, “Eem anu El in sorrow. It forms a sentence: ‘God is with us in sorrow.’ And when He was in the boat on the Sea of Galilee in the midst of the storm, it was Immanuel in the storm. Eem anu El in the storm. It forms a sentence: ‘God is with us in the storm.’ And when He was despised and rejected of men, it was eem anu El in rejection.”

“God is with us in rejection,” I replied.

“When He hung on the cross in judgement, it was eem anu El in judgement.”

“God is with us in judgemnent.”

“And when He ascended to heaven, where He is, it was eem anu El forever.”

“God is with us forever.”

“Immanuel came into the world and to every circumstance of life, so that we could say, ‘At all times, in all places, in every circumstance…eem anu El, God is with us…always.”

The mission: Today, practice the Hebrew word of His name. In every circumstance speak and fathom the reality of eem anu El-God is with you, always.

Isa. 7:14; Matt. 1:21-25; Luke 8:22-25


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