Aug 4, 2012 – Sermon on “Getting to know God” by Barry Wawak

Barry Wawak’s sermon ” Getting to know God” centered on the revelation into the nature of God via the meaning of the names of God, primarily found in the Old Testament.  Barry described God as a bright light with a lot of different facets and went on to examine what we can of the Names: Elohim, Yahweh and Adonai. The sermon took us into some depth referencing many scriptures.

These are the scriptures Barry referred to: Gen. 1:1, John 1:1, Ps. 90:1-3, Is. 40:27-30, Gen. 17:1-4, Is. 9:6, Rev. 9:15, Ex. 3:13-15, Rev. 1:x, Gen. 2:4-9, Ex. 31:12, Lev. 20:7-8, Ex. 15:26, 1Pt. 1:22-25, Jer. 23:6, 2Cor. 2:20-21, Gen. 22:13-14 + 7-8, Heb. 11:17-19, 2Chron. 3:1, 14, John 1:29, Prov. 8:32

The audio of this sermon may be available at a later date.


Barry is a member of the Galina Park COG7 and was preaching in the Conroe COG7 church by request.


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One Response to “Aug 4, 2012 – Sermon on “Getting to know God” by Barry Wawak”

  1. Jeff says:

    I am glad you made your presentation about the Names that we routinely coverup with what amounts to be aliases. That this is the accepted norm of Christianity certainly doesn’t legitimize the practice. There are times when using “Lord” and “God” in the Old Testament is appropriate, even called for, and there are times when “Lord” or “God” simply reduces or eliminates the understanding of the scripture being read.
    I noticed your unexplained shift from the pronunciation of YHWH or YHVH from YAHWEH to JEHOVAH. I think the older form of YAHWEH to be superior to the hybrid of JEHOVAH.
    I wonder how you treat Yeshua and the variants?


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