Egyptian deity Amen

Egyptian Deity Amen??: Are We Speaking This Deity’s Name When We Say ‘Amen’?

Egyptian Deity Amen?

If This is Egyptian Deity Amen, How Can We End Our Prayers with this Deity’s Name?

Or, How Do We Know We are NOT Praying to this Egyptian Deity Amen?

I am answering these questions about Egyptian Deity Amen as opposed to the Hebrew word, AMaeN, to the best of my ability in this study. This IS a Hebrew word study. The most suitable reader will enjoy studying the Word of YaHuWaH ELoHiYM.

In a post among my friends on my Facebook wall, a believer brother named Joseph wanted to publicly denounce the use of ‘amen,’ trying to ‘educate’ my friends and me that Egyptian deity Amen is who believers are REALLY praying to when they speak this word at the end of their prayers….

How do we reconcile this knowledge, that the Egyptian deity Amen is a pagan deity with the fact that we say this word at the end of our prayers?

We do NOT want to pray to an Egyptian deity Amen…

Certainly Not!!

I shared this post recently on Facebook:

“He who teaches still has learning to do. Learning (receiving) truth, and knowledge is more important than sharing part-truths.

The more we study the true Word, the whole truth, and the more we receive wise counsel, the more prepared we are to share what truth we have learned. And, there’s so much to learn, still.”


‘Egyptian Deity Amen’ Conversation begins:

(This is A teaching opportunity…)
So, this is what happened, after I made the above post. Joseph, commented on my post and said he liked my Facebook banner message:
Egyptian Deity Amen
Then, Joseph responded with a link to a video that spoke about Egyptian deity Amen.
He followed this linked video with another comment, which said, “Ignorance is not bliss,” and he shared this image:

Egyptian Deity Amen


Clearly, he wants to impress upon believers that Egyptian deity Amen is a pagan deity, and that believers, therefore, should not speak this deity’s name.

It’s important to know that I have seen and even gone through this kind of faulty thinking. It does seem to be a part of the process of learning to rightly divide the truth from the deceptions. It’s part of growing into the knowledge of the truth. And, we don’t all get all the same pieces of the truth to recognize at the same time.

Looking, again, at the image above, we see it is attempting to tell us this: Egyptian deity Amen is the one to whom believers are praying, because believers end their prayers with the word ‘Amen’ .

It also seems to be true that Amen is the name of an Egyptian deity, based on what is available on the internet to know about this deity’s name (also known as Amen Ra, Amon, Amun, and Amun-Ra).

However, EVEN THOUGH Amen an Egyptian deity is searchable on the internet as a fact that can be known,

WE STILL HAVE TO KNOW what the Father’s Word says about the word, ‘AMeN/AMaeN’.

We have to got to go to the Word….

and, we have to go to Hebrew dictionaries, such as the one found in the Strong’s Concordance.

‘Egyptian Deity Amen’ Joseph Conversation continues:

I replied on the post to Joseph’s comment: “[Here’s the] first of many uses in the Scriptures of the word, AMaeN. It occurs in Numbers 5:22. It means ‘so be it.’

This verse tells us: And the woman shall say, “AMaeN, AMaeN.”

Then, Joseph spoke with me by way of private message on Facebook, and we had this conversation…

Joseph said, “Oh… the Am-n issue… glad you see that.”

I responded, “Yes, you cannot deny it is used in YaHuWaH’s Word, and the woman in Numbers 5:22 (the first occurrence) is instructed to speak it. It’s pronounced ‘AMaeN’ ….. We cannot remove any word from the pure Hebrew Scriptures,” (despite the fact that there is an Egyptian deity Amen. But, notice that AMaeN is a different sound than AMeN. )

Joseph said, “Many have changed names of the Creator and Saviour with Pagan titles and misnomers.” [He’s right, on that point…]

“Not IN the Hebrew,” I replied.

“This is true… meant in English, etc,” Joseph said.

He was implying: The English phrase, so be it, is fine to use, but that the Hebrew, AMeiN, is not okay for us to speak.

But, is that scriptural?….

What do the Scriptures say?

We have to examine EVERYTHING we hear, in order to make sure it is SCRIPTURAL, ideally BEFORE we then subscribe to it, and begin to WALK IN IT.

This is an example of what Jonathan and I call a SOUND BYTE.

…What does a Sound Byte sound like??

Here’s what it sounds like/looks like/smells like/feels like:

Someone hears something, which sounds like it is truth, but in fact, it is twisted. And, the person then starts walking in the twisted truth (in other words: the lie). THEN, the person begins to ACT as a REPEATER STATION, and broadcasts this deception to the world, thinking they are setting the world straight from a lie, by doing so, and all the while, perpetuating a lie. In this case, this is the sound byte:

Sound Byte: “Believers who pray with AMaeN or AMeN at the end of their prayer are praying to Amen an Egyptian deity. ” 

Once again:



It looks like the enemy wants to try to spread deception under the guise of it being RESTORATION of truth.

We must admit…, the charge is very serious, so we have to take it very seriously, because YaHuWaH’s Word says:

Egyptian Deity Amen

However, it only takes a BASIC STUDY of the real Hebrew Word of YaHuWaH to pull out the truth of the matter.
When examined, we can know the truth. And, the truth is that AMaeN is IN the Scriptures, to be used by believers.

 Let’s look at this image again:
Egyptian Deity Amen

Egyptian deity Amen is, or was, a true Egyptian deity the people in Egypt worshiped. And, we don’t want to worship false mighty ones.

But, let’s get one thing straight, here.

Even to list the word, ‘god,’ ‘gods,’ and ‘G-D,’ and ‘goddess,’ as this image does, is to teach the people that these G-D words are okay. Yet, this text (wherever it is from) tells believers that Amen is not okay.

We need to know: G-D is the Babylonian deity of fortune (Strong’s H1408, H1409). For the truth-seeker, this is easily discerned.

Therefore, I call hypocrisy in this image. And, it’s telling us that Amen is wrong, while G-D is right.

We really had better know the wiles of our enemy. And, yes, our sunday school teachers, our pastors/priests, other church teachers, our ancestors, traditions, television shows, movies, and others taught us to walk in these pagan deity names all our lives.

In this case, the lying scribe’s pen is saying Amen is not okay (yet YaHuWaH’s Word sanctifies it for us), yet G-D is okay (but, it’s not).

Gentiles have a lot of restoring to do. Having a willing heart to turn to the truth and to reject the lies is the first significant step in restoration.

Egyptian Deity Amen

At, we are trying to RESTORE TRUTH for the 12 Hebrew (‘IBRiY) tribes. You can find many resources to bring light, life, revelation, and restoration to purity, here at this website.

What Joseph is trying to explain is that we have been praying to Amen an Egyptian deity, and that his name is not to be spoken at the end of our prayers (or at any other time, for that matter).

However, this is FAR FROM the whole truth.


G-D, on the other hand, as a deity in the Hebrew Scriptures, is not YaHuWaH ELoHiYM, but is a pagan deity, and evidently one that Leah named her son after.

Egyptian Deity Amen


YaHuWaH found fault in His people for serving this deity, G-D, in Isaiah 65:11: “But you are those who forsake יהוה, who forget My QaDoSh mountain, who prepare a table for G-d, and who fill a drink offering for Meni [deity of fate, also note how his name is preserved in the english word, ‘money’].)

‘Egyptian Deity Amen’ Joseph Conversation continues:

I said to Joseph, “I don’t want [to hang onto pagan] words [/their meanings] in English. I’m about restoration of the pure language…[For instance:] I don’t use G-D. That IS a pagan name in the Hebrew.”

He said, “I don’t use G-d either… [It’s the] deity of fortune.”

Joseph has figured this truth out and is walking in the knowledge of this truth. And, later, we find out he is very zealous for YaHuWaH’s Name. I’m appreciative of these truths he has received. And, he and I are in agreement as to the pagan origin and use of this pagan word in scripture. (We also know that one of the 12 patriarchs of the 12 tribes is named this GaD/GaWD/GoD. And actually this is believed to be the large nation, Germany, in modern times).

[For more on which nations are the 12 tribes today, see the reading of the last chapter of Stephen M. Collins’ book, Israel’s Tribes Today]:

‘Egyptian Deity Amen’ Joseph Conversation continues:

I said to Joseph, “I use AMaeN as it is in the Scriptures, and it means ‘so be it’….You’re saying the Egyptian deity Amen is worshipped in Egypt, correct?” [And that seems to be true… Amen is an Egyptian deity, and is also known as Amen Ra, as well as Amun, and Amon.] I continued: “Even the Hebrews worshipped a serpent on a stick. But, that does not mean that YaHuWaH was against that item being made for His purposes” (at the time He commanded it to be made). The people just turned the object into an idol to be served.

Joseph then said, “I have always believed that something such as ‘so be it’ would be what Yahuah would say in response to a prayer, instead of the one doing the praying.”

…Now, his tactic has changed….

He sees the word, AMaeN, is in the Hebrew Scriptures. So now, he wants to say that only YaHuWaH can say, in Hebrew, “So be it.” However, he is posturing this, his, position:

“The people cannot say ‘so be it’ in Hebrew, because it’s the name of Amen the Egyptian deity.”

(Why does the enemy not want Joseph to say, “AMaeN” (‘so be it’) in Hebrew??!!!

Why is he trying so hard to convince Joseph that this is a bad word, and that it’s ONLY the name of Egyptian deity Amen?

Can you think of a reason or two???)


‘Egyptian Deity Amen’ Joseph Conversation continues:

I asked Joseph: “Do you have a Strong’s Concordance?”

[There was no immediate response from Joseph…]

I continued, “After the initial first mention in Numbers 5:22, here’s what’s the Strong’s Concordance has listed for the next twelve entries for AMaeN.” (Curiously, these twelve verses are twelve responses from the twelve Hebrew tribes.)

“Deut. 27: 15 ‘Cursed is the man who makes a carved or moulded image, an abomination to יהוה, the work of the hands of the craftsman, and sets it up in secret.’ And all the people shall answer and say, ‘Amĕn!’

16‘Cursed is he who makes light of his father or his mother.’ And all the people shall say, ‘AMaeN!’

17‘Cursed is he who moves his neighbour’s boundary.’ And all the people shall say, ‘AMaeN!’

18‘Cursed is he who misleads the blind in the way.’ And all the people shall say, ‘AMaeN!’

19‘Cursed is he who twists the right-ruling of the stranger, the fatherless, and widow.’ And all the people shall say, ‘AMaeN!

20‘Cursed is he who lies with his father’s wife, because he has uncovered his father’s bed.’ And all the people shall say, ‘AMaeN!

21‘Cursed is he who lies with any beast.’ And all the people shall say, ‘AMaeN!’

22‘Cursed is he who lies with his sister, the daughter of his father or the daughter of his mother.’ And all the people shall say, ‘AMaeN!

23‘Cursed is he who lies with his mother-in-law.’ And all the people shall say, ‘AMaeN!’

24‘Cursed is he who smites his neighbour secretly.’ And all the people shall say, ‘AMaeN!’

25‘Cursed is he who takes a bribe to slay an innocent being.’ And all the people shall say, ‘AMaeN!’

26‘Cursed is he who does not establish the Words of this Torah.’ And all the people shall say, ‘AMaeN!’”


Then, I said to Joseph, “Don’t let the enemy take this powerful word from you.”



Why would the enemy want to remove our use of the word, AMaeN, from YaHuWaH’s Word, which He left for us?

Is the enemy about giving us FREEDOM?

Or is he about stealing and robbing and killing us?

The Father says He will restore His pure language to us, Zephaniah 3:9.

Egyptian Deity Amen

And, there are many more instances in the Scriptures where the people are told to say (or otherwise do say), “AMaeN.

In Psalm 41:3: David said this: Blessed be יהוה (YaHuWaH) Elohim of Yisra’ĕl From everlasting to everlasting! AMaeN and AMaeN.


‘Egyptian Deity Amen’ Joseph Conversation continues:

After a long while, Joseph came back to our private conversation, and said: “If you want to use that term, it’s your right under free will.”

I quickly responded, “It’s also a commandment….”

Your name, Joseph, means ‘he will accumulate’…. Make sure to ACCUMULATE TRUTH by the Word of YaHuWaH.”


After awhile, The Conversation Continued:

Egyptian Deity Amen

For more on the name of YaHuWaH, please see


“I love the name.” Joseph said.

“We do, too, brother. It is the key to restoring all the Father has for us,” I responded.

“A Name is a  ‘Key’…,”Joseph continued. “From what I’ve seen, practically everybody is going to be here during the tribulation…” [He has this part correct.]
“[We’re] not supposed to utter the names of other mighty ones… [There’s] so much of that going on without a clue.”

“We are NOT supposed to utter the names of other mighty ones,” I replied. “But that word also means renown and character. No believers in ELoHiYM are calling on the pagan Egyptian deity Amen at the end of prayers. The word AMaeN is first and foremost a Hebrew word, and it is used in the Scriptures. Consider that these words YaHuWaH gave to us in the Hebrew have power.

“Why would the enemy tell people they can’t say the Hebrew word that YaHuWaH gave to them that means ‘so be it’? YaHuWaH provided that word to the people.” [There’s other sound bytes, as well, where the message is against saying other words and names that the Father is restoring. They usually start with the words, “Don’t say……,” or “You don’t have to say…,” or “I call him by His English name,” etc. There are many sound bytes we have heard.]

‘Egyptian Deity Amen’ Joseph Conversation continues:

“When in doubt, avoid it,” he responded.
“That would be removing the word on purpose,” I replied. “…Our Father gave it to us to speak. Restore the Hebrew; don’t bury it. The enemy comes to steal.”

We can discern what our Father’s Word means. There is neither reason for, nor excuse for, a person being in doubt.

A study of the word, AMaeN, in the Scriptures should put this LIE to rest, the LIE that says the Egyptian deity Amen is the deity to whom believers are praying,
and that we CANNOT say this Hebrew word our Father YaHuWaH gave to us.

‘Egyptian Deity Amen’ Joseph Conversation Ends:

for now….. 

The last scripture I shared with Joseph:

“Psalm 106:48 Blessed be יהוה Elohim of YaShaRAeL From everlasting to everlasting!
And all the people shall say, “AMaeN!” Praise Yah!”

I asked Joseph,  “Shall you say AMaeN?”


He chose to respond to my question with this statement: “Then you say it……[The] KJV (King James version) also has G-d over 7,000 times; it’s wrong…” [Joseph is right about that….]
“We’re not talking about King Jimmy,” I replied. “We’re talking about the HEBREW SCRIPTURES…
“If it’s good for you, keep doing it,” Joseph said.
“It’s pleasant to YaHuWaH,” I responded.
“It’s still Ba’al,” he said.
“It is not Ba’AL. It means ‘so be it’. If you are not going to conform to YaHuWaH’s Word, I don’t think there’s anything I can do to help you.”

Nowhere under Ba’AL in the Hebrew dictionary does it say this is the Egyptian deity Amen.

He has no scriptural proof…he’s not backing up what he is saying with the truth. He’s not holding this belief of his up to the light of the Word of YaHuWaH.

He then posted this image:
Egyptian Deity Amen
I said, “AMaeN is in the Hebrew Matthew…” and this includes  the ending of YaHuWShu’A’s prayer [with which He taught the disciples to pray].
“Am-n you can’t stop calling its name,” he said, and then he made himself no longer available. Unbelievably, Joseph pulled the plug on the conversation!

Sigh. For a while, I was sad. Disappointed. Almost heartbroken.

As you can appreciate, I spent a lot of time researching His Word. Sharing with Joseph what I had discovered, confirmed and reaffirmed.

I truly wanted Joseph to “get it.” He was so close to the truth, but something was blinding him.

So rather than just letting the subject go, I decided to turn the conversation into a learning opportunity for everyone visiting this blog.

Because when it comes to the word “AMaeN”, it’s critically important. Especially when it comes to our prayer life.

 Don’t let anyone or anything steal this wonderous word from you.

The Strong’s Concordance and the Hebrew word, AMaeN:

Here’s a list of all the places where AMaeN appears in the Strong’s Concordance:

Egyptian Deity Amen

The Strong’s Concordance ties itself to the King James translation, aka ‘VERSION,’ aka ‘the Authorized Version.’ (At this time, we should ask ourselves: “Authorized by Whom???”)… But, the original words the Strong’s Concordance is putting us in touch with are from the Hebrew Scriptures and from the Greek second testament.

Those numbers in the right hand column are for Hebrew words, (and they are Greek for the renewed covenant (aka ‘new testament’). However, even the Greek word (G281) pronunciation is ‘AMaeN’. It means the following:





When we look up G281, the Strong’s Concordance’s Greek Dictionary mentions Deut. 7:9 as the first scripture to define the Greek use of the word ‘AMaeN’. This verse says: “And you shall know that יהוה your Elohim, He is Elohim, the trustworthy Ěl guarding covenant and kindness for a thousand generations with those who love Him, and those who guard His commands…

AMaN EL…. AMaN is 539:

Egyptian Deity Amen


This word, AMaN, includes the same Hebrew letters as those found in AMaeN (H543, see the list above). Also, the word EMuWNaH, which means trustworthy (faithful), is derived from the same word. EMuWNaH was translated ‘faith’ in the Renewed Covenant (aka ‘new testament’).

Also under the Greek word, AMaeN, the Strong’s Concordance shares the scripture, Psalm 19:7:

The Torah of יהוה is perfect, bringing back the being; The witness of יהוה is trustworthy, making wise the simple.

The Hebrew for this phrase, the witness of יהוה is trustworthy, includes this same H539 word, AMaN. This word, AMaN, seen here, has both a prefix and a suffix:

Egyptian Deity Amen


The Strong’s Concordance Greek dictionary’s definition of the Greek word, AMaeN, also tells us the word describes trustworthy men in Proverbs 25:13.

In 1 Kings 1:36 AMaeN expresses acquiescence in another’s prayer, as we use it often today: And Benayahu son of Yehoyaḏa answered the sovereign and said, “AMaeN! So says יהוה Elohim of my master the sovereign.

Strong’s Concordance tells us:

When YaHuWaH says AMaeN, it means: It is and it shall be so. And, when people say AMaeN (or ‘amen’), it means so let it be.

In Rev. 3:14, AMaeN is used as a title for the Messiah, as you can see in the last line of text in the image above with the Strong’s Concordance entries for AMaeN.

The individual also said “AMaeN” to express his “let it be so” in response to the Divine “thus it shall be,” in Rev. 22:20.


Frequently, the speaker adds “AMaeN” to his own prayers, as is the case at Eph. 3:21:

20 And to Him who is able to do exceedingly above what we ask or think, according to the power that is working in us,
21 to Him be esteem in the assembly by Messiah יהושע unto all generations, for ever and ever. AMaeN.


YaHuWShu’A often used ‘AMaeN’ to introduce new revelations of the mind of ELoHiYM.

Also, the Book of John, always repeats, “AMaeN, AMaeN,” but nowhere else repeats it.

Matthew and Mark both use AMaeN.

Luke uses EMeT. There’s only one letter difference between AMaeN and EMeT. EMeT means truth.

AMaeN is  אמן.

EMeT is  אמת. 


We can know, for certain!!

To summarize, when we use the word, ‘AMaeN,’ we are placing our stand with YaHuWaH and His Word, and His commandments.

We are depending on His trustworthiness.

And we are calling for trustworthiness in ourselves and in our belief and in our actions partnering with YaHuWaH’s trustworthiness.

We stand united to the request that the Father YaHuWaH hear and answer prayers.

We are NOT worshiping a pagan deity!!

Before the flood and even after the flood for a short time, the people spoke one language, and nothing was inaccessible to them (as Gen. 11 tells us).  AMaeN was part of that language.

After the dispersion of the languages, the people scattered over the face of the Earth.  They took once-unified concepts and knowledge and expressed them through different words in different languages. The language, and therefore the people changed and lost power they once had, that YaHuWaH had once allowed them to have through the use of the one language.

The division of the language is how the concept of an Egyptian deity Amen could have come to be worshiped, in the first place.

The Father YaHuWaH Restored the Pure Language to ABRaHaM:

After others had lost the pure language, ABRaHaM learned the pure Hebrew language, according to Jubilees 12, as it was taught to him.

From the book of Jubilees, chapter 12 — ABRaM’s words, and YaHuWaH’s Words to and about ABRaM and his course of study of the Hebrew language (from the Cepher Restored Name Scriptures):

12:16 And…ABRaM sat up throughout the night on the New Moon of the seventh month to observe the stars from the evening to the morning, in order to see what would be the character of the year with regard to the rains, and he was alone as he sat and observed.

12:17 And a word came into his heart and he said: All the signs of the stars, and the signs of the moon and of the sun are all in the hand of YAHUAH. Why do I search them out?

12:18 If He desires, He causes it to rain, morning and evening; And if he desires, he withholds it, and all things are in his hand.

12:19 And he prayed that night and said, My ELOHIYM, EL ELYON, you alone are my ELOHIYM, AND You and Your dominion have I chosen. And you have created all things, and all things that are the work of your hands.

12:20 Deliver me from the hands of evil ruachot (spirits) who have dominion over the thoughts of men’s hearts, and let them not lead me astray from you, my ELOHIYM. And establish me and my seed forever that we do not astray from henceforth and evermore….

12:22 And he made an end of speaking and praying, and behold the Word of YaHuWaH was sent to him through me, saying: Get you up from your country, and from your kindred and from the house of your father unto a land which I will show you, and I shall make you a great and numerous nation.

12:23 And I will bless you and I will make your name great, and you shall be blessed in the Earth, and in you shall all families of the Earth be blessed, and I will bless them that bless you, and curse them that curse you.

12:24 And I will be an ELOHIYM to you and your son, and to your son’s son, and to all your seed: fear not, from henceforth and to all generations of the Earth I am your ELOHIYM.

12:25 And YaHUAH ELOHIYM said: ‘Open his mouth and his ears, that he may hear and speak with his mouth, with the language which has been revealed; for it had ceased from the mouths of all the children of men from the day of the overthrow of Babel.

12:26 And I opened his mouth, and his ears and his lips, and I began to speak with him in ‘IBRiYT (Hebrew) in the tongue of the creation.

12:27 And he took the CePheRiYM (books) of his fathers, and these were written in ‘IBRiYT (Hebrew), and he transcribed them, and he began from henceforth to study them, and I made known to him that which he could not (understand), and he studied them during the six rainy months.


This argument, that believers are calling on Egyptian deity Amen when they pray with a Hebrew word at the end of the prayer (which is a command of the Messiah), is sort of like saying we cannot enjoy rainbows because gay and lesbian people worship it and claim it as belonging to them. YaHuWaH’s Word says it’s the sign of His covenant between Him and Noah and Noah’s seed after him. The covenant is also with the animals, and with the Earth.

The onus, the responsibility, is upon each of us to do this:

STUDY His Word!!

It’s the ONLY WAY to RIGHTLY DIVIDE the truth from the twisting of words.

Don’t take my word for it. Get a Strong’s Concordance, and get a translation that restored the Name of YaHuWaH. Dig in and find the truth for yourself. Be excellent stewards of the Word of YaHuWaH and learn to rightly divide the Word of Truth. And, when you see the truth in the Hebrew, do not TURN AWAY from the Word of YaHuWaH.

We are DOING these things:

*waking up to the things the Father is showing us in His Word, and in His truth;

*restoring the things His light shows us, and we have more restoration to go;

*learning, and also we have more learning to learn;

*stripping out the lies;

*discerning how to walk in the truth.

Joseph has woken up to much truth, and I believe he is on the right path of finding truth. There’s more of the journey to travel, on this narrow path. The Father’s RuWaCx HaQoDeSh (aka ‘holy spirit’) will teach him and instruct him. I pray he fulfills the calling that YaHuWaH has placed on His life. I bless him for the truth he is walking in. And, I pray for the light of Truth to rightly divide the Word of YaHuWaH.

So, in closing, I believe this brother, Joseph, is on his way. In another couple of years, he will have gained more knowledge. (So will I… Will you?)


The Father Has More For You!

Because there is so much confusion in the English language, we are here to help with the restoration process. It IS important to restore the Father’s Word, and to learn His language.

The Hebrew words of our Father are objective, observable, definable, verifiable, dependable, and repeatable. We lose A LOT in the English, perhaps up to 50%.


Therefore, we would like to ask you:

Do you want to learn to rightly divide the Word?

If so, we want to offer our help.

It’s pleasant to go through learning these restorations of the Father, along with the called out remnant. On our brother website,, you’re invited to come learn the truth of the Word in the Hebrew, in fellowship with others who are called out.

If you find yourself on this path of truth and restoration, please come learn within the community of Codesearchers.  It’s not just a Codesearcher training. Some people are taking the course, just to learn the Word of YaHuWaH, at the root level in Hebrew.

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