YHVH Revealed Network

Revealing, Establishing and Advancing the Kingdom of Yod-Hey-Vav-Hey!!!


YHVH Revealed Network is a multifaceted apostolic-prophetic hub, located in Canada, which is authorized to reveal, establish and advance the Kingdom of One. Now it is necessary to understand the given name for within such lies its purpose. Oxford Dictionary of English defines the term network to mean a group or system of interconnected people or things. יהוה (Yod-Hey-Vav-Hey) is the personal and covenant name of God, which was divulged to Prophet Moshe as he was being commissioned to Egypt to deliver the community of Isra’el from their bondage. It is often referred to as the Tetragrammaton – the four letters – י (Yod) ה (Hey) ו (Vav) ה (Hey). Subsequently, He made it clear to Moshe and the community of Isra’el that “…[they] are to come to the place where [He] will put His name…and…seek out that place, which is where He will live, and go there…bring [their]…offerings…sacrifices…tenths [that [they] set aside for [Yod-Hey-Vav-Hey]…eat in [His] presence…and…rejoice over everything [they] set out to do, [them] and [their] households…” (Deuteronomy 12:5-7 CJB personalized). At YHVH Revealed Network, we are a group of people interconnected by our trust in the One revealed – Yod-Hey-Vav-Hey.

Prophetic Outlook is designed to equip you to know God better. It reveals the mind and heart of God for His Messianic Community – the Kāhāl – the Ekklēsia – the Church.

Apostle Mudassa Gaymes is a called, chosen and ordained Apostle of Yeshua HaMashiyach. He is the Founder CEO of YHVH Revealed Network, a multifaceted apostolic-prophetic hub located in Canada. Apostle Gaymes is a Prophetic Apostle who flows with Anointing through profound revelatory teachings and preaching, deliverance, healing, miracles, insights and foresight. As a trailblazer and Kingdom ambassador, he is endued with Holy Ghost and Fire for such a time as this and is authorized to reveal, establish and advance the Kingdom of One – Yod-Hey-Vav-Hey, Yeshua HaMashiyach and Ruach HaKodesh.

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