Excerpt from Chapter 1 (pages 10-11)
What does it mean to proclaim His name? To proclaim means "to publicly announce," "to declare," "to publish," and "to make widely known." Yet, even though scripture tells us that the Mighty One of the Jews and the Christians desires His name to be proclaimed, most Christians have never been taught His true name and therefore cannot proclaim it while most religious Jews, while aware of His name, will not say it out loud.
We do not believe that the lack of awareness of the actual name of the Father (as well as the lack of knowledge regarding His will for His name) is the fault of sincere believers. It is actually not even the fault of the rabbis and pastors who lead the people. Rather, it is Satan, the father of all lies, who has blinded man's eyes to the glorious name and will of the Father.
However, the Messiah, through his sacrifice on the cross, has overcome the world and defeated Satan once and for all. Therefore, the responsibility to break this tradition of men which hides the name of the Creator and thwarts His will on Earth belongs to us and to our spiritual leaders. The time has come for us to light our lamps and to know the Father by name as He knows us by name:
"And the LORD said unto Moses, I will do this thing also that thou hast spoken: for thou hast found grace in My sight, and I know thee by name." - Exodus 33:17
Peter and Linda Miller-Russo are non-denominational Christian believers who, after a ten-year journey into the Word, were led by the Holy Spirit to teach believers to proclaim the Creator's name as revealed in the scriptures. They believe that the Holy Bible is the infallible Word of Elohim (G_d) and that Yehoshua (Jesus) is the only way to the Father and to eternal life.