Chavakuk 3:3


Let me state my question more clearly; Habakkuk 3:3:

אֱל֙וֹהַּ֙ מִתֵּימָ֣ן יָב֔וֹא וְקָד֥וֹשׁ מֵהַר־פָּארָ֖ן……

“Eloh is coming from Teman, and The Holy One from Mount Paran …..”

“Eloh” is God… so who is “The Holy One”? I mean, if both are the same, why is this verse talking about the coming of TWO persons? First “Eloh”…. AND second “The Holy One”? Is there a grammatical reason?



  1. They are both referring to God. Each Name of God reflects a different facet of God’s existence.

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