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An idiom meaning simultaneously, “substance”, “occurrence”, “incarnation” and “word[1].


In Christianity

This word was originally translated into Greek as Λόγος ("Logos" Strong's 3056), and has since morphed into a whole new philosophy which refers to it as the “logic” or "first thought" of God, rather than His literal substance, "instance" or "occurrence" of God, as the Aramaic authors originally intended. From the Greek it then morphed into the English "Word" and is now used in English as "Word of God", thus obfuscating the original Aramaic meaning.

In the Scriptures

This is the same word which is used by Yukhnan to describe the nature of the Messiah when he said at the beginning of his Gospel:

In the beginning was the MILTHA, and the MILTHA was with God and God was that MILTHA.[2]

We are told in the Acts of the Apostles that:

"... God sent the MILTHA to the children of Israel, preaching peace and tranquillity by Yeshue the Messiah; He is the MarYAH of all."[3]

Saint Paul also tells us to,

"Put on the helmet of deliverance and take up the sword of the [breath / wind / spirit], which is the MILTHA of God."[4]
"That he may sanctify her by the by pure washing of water by the MILTHA."[5]



എന്നത് ഒരു അരമിയാ ഭാഷാശൈലി ആണ്.ഒരേ സമയം സത്ത,സംഭവം,മൂർത്ഥികരണം/അവതാരം,വചനം എന്നെല്ലാം അർത്ഥമാക്കുന്നു.ഈ പദം ആദ്യം ഗ്രീക്ക് ഭാഷയിൽ "ലോഗോസ്" എന്ന പദത്തിലേക്ക് വിവർത്തനം ചെയ്തു.വിവർത്തനങ്ങളിൽ വചനം എന്ന ഒറ്റ അര്ഥത്തിലേക്ക് ഇത് ചുരുങ്ങി,യഥാർത്ഥ അരമിയ പദം നൽകുന്ന അർത്ഥം ഇതിലൂടെ സംഭ്രമിക്കപ്പെട്ടു.