The Significance of God’s Name
Accompaniment: In each age (each age) and each stage of work (each stage of work), God’s name is not baseless, but holds representative significance (representative significance): (ah) each name (each name) represents one, one age.
1. Although Jehovah, Jesus, and the Messiah all represent God’s Spirit, these names only denote the different ages in God’s management plan, and do not represent Him in His entirety. The names by which people on earth call God cannot articulate His entire disposition and all that He is. They are merely different names by which God is called during different ages. And so, when the final age—the age of the last days—arrives, God’s name shall change again. He shall not be called Jehovah, or Jesus, much less the Messiah, but shall be called the powerful Almighty God Himself,and under this name He shall bring the entire age to an end.
2. God was once known as Jehovah. He was also called the Messiah, and people once called Him Jesus the Savior because they loved and respected Him. Today God is no longer the Jehovah or Jesus that people knew in times past. He is the God who has returned in the last days, and who shall bring the age to an end. He is the God Himself that rises up at the ends of the earth, replete with His entire disposition, replete with His entire disposition, and full of authority, honor and glory.
from “The ‘Savior’ Has Already Returned Upon a ‘White Cloud’” in The Word Appears in the Flesh