Central Temple Of CHWH On Earth
Nov. 11, 2020
WHAT ARE THE MEANINGS OF THE NAMES ABIAMA and NZE ?
Abiama or (Abia-mara) means:
"you learn stuff whenever you decided to (return)come closer to us"
"Come unto understanding": >>>> Abiama
Isaiah 29:24 KJV
You also that erred in spirit "shall come to understanding" >>>> Abiama
and you that murmured "shall learn doctrine". >>>> Abiama
John 6:45 IKV (KJV)
It is written in the prophets, And they shall all be taught by CHWH.
Every manu on earth therefore that hath heard of our truth,
and hath learned of CHWH our Father,
cometh unto *Abiama* and unto his offsprings for these understanding.
NWANZE or NZE
'To dodge' is a wrong expression for the term "Nze".
It's like using 'Trouble maker' to describe the term "warrior"!
It looks okay on the surface but deep down you leaned to a negative expression of the term.
"Nwa" means "child" but on a deeper understanding it also means: "a Member of" or a "a person of".
In this context "Nze" means "separation from" or "the separated one" or "an avoider" or "one who avoids". In reality another Igbo word most close to Nze or "zee" or zere or onye-Nze is "nso" or "onye-nso" which in English means: 'holy' or 'holy person'.
Not dodge or shun!
"Onye-nso" or onye-nze is someone who soo or zee or avoid certain ways of living. He is a person who zee or avoids or vows to separate or soo (avoid) certain ways of life that are written off from heaven.
The question is what does onye-nze zee or soo as onye-nso or onye-nze?
All the things CHWH says in HIS word/Light that they are unlawful in HIS law OR HIS iwu-CHWH or sight must be avoided or separated from!
So onye-nze is the same thing as onye-nso in other words a holy person or a Saint.
"NZE" is the origin of the word "SAINT" or Nazarite!
IESUA is more of a Nazarite than a Saint.
All Ancient People (Ndigboo Nigoo Negroe Niger Neguz) who were separated in accordance to the rituals of Numbers chapter 6 especially through a Solemn Vow were later called Saints and never Christians!