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    How in the world are we minimizing Jesus power when we call him Jesus? After all, we pray in Jesus name. Jesus name is powerful, so powerful that his name banned in plenty of places.
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    Anyone studying the New Testament in Greek or using a Strong’s Concordance would sooner or later find out what the underlying word is.
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    I do not think it wrong to refer to Him either way. I posted the Scripture as this was the way that God, the Holy Spirit chose to introduce Him to the world. I also think that referring to Him by only the name Jesus or by His name as well as His title mostly depends on how He being spoken of. For instance, when speaking of Him as the Messiah it would be entirely correct to use His name and title in full, but also not wrong to refer to Him as Jesus. So, in our writing or speech how we depict Him and who we depict Him as could be the determining factor.
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    Mt 1:21 And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins.
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    It is from the underlying Greek word (of devils), daimonion.
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    Hubs in the hospital...

    LuAnne, I'm praying daily for you and Randy. I've made you two a part of daily praying. Healing and miracles are still ways God communicates with us.
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