Elah, Alahah, Alah

Elah is in Hebrew, Alahah in the original Aramaic, Alah in Arabic. And yet in each language the term God is  understood in a different way. In Aramaic God is our loving Heavenly Father, Abun D’Bismayah,  calling us to return to Him. In Hebrew God is the one Highest God. In Arabic He is the Absolute Sovereign Deity. There is no God but Alah, so the Quran proclaims, neither does God has a son nor an associate divinity; the opposite of the the Spiritual Father found in the original Aramaic.

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