Why isn't the NAME of GOD written with every letter capitalized in the Bible? And, when the pronoun referencing GOD, is written why is not the HE or THEE all capitalized. Do we just pass by the NAME of GOD as though it is just any other word, without stopping or pausing with HOLY REVERENCE? Before the scribes would write GOD'S NAME (JEHOVAH or YAHWEH) they would clean their pens and wash their whole body before writing. Reference to GOD and satan (my spell check just told me to capitalize satan) in the Bible both have the first letter capitalized (With this exception; Exodus 4:14, "...I AM WHO I AM...". Do we choose to be "GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT", OR GIVE DIVINE REVERENCE? GOD IS GOD!
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