Started by Foadle, July 22, 2011, 08:14:28 am
QuoteSo question: how seriously should we consider name meanings? And if a name (e.g. Jacob) is not good in meaning (it means supplanter or deceiver) should a person have it changed and how should they go about it (from a Biblical not natural perspective) if they do?
Quote from: DiscipleHeLovesToo on July 31, 2011, 02:35:35 pmjust my opinion, but i think names meant something different in OT times; they were more of prophecies than they were labels; and every time someone called you by name you were reminded of the prophecy about you - faith comes by hearing. today, names are merely labels for most people, so i don't think it really matters UNLESS you hear a meaning when you hear your name.
Quote from: DiscipleHeLovesToo on July 31, 2011, 02:35:35 pmMy first, middle, and last names have a number of different meanings; the ones i choose are "God is my judge" (really good for me since I'm under grace), "warrior's shield", and 'son of enthusiasm" GLY!!!
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