History of the Assemblies of Yahweh

From a stone house

Who would have thought that the re-emergence of the Assemblies of Yahweh has its beginnings in an old stone farm house? Indicative of the simple yet foundational basis of the Assemblies of Yahweh, the message was broadcasted from one of the rooms using a meagre tape recorder. At the time of recording the message in 1966, a snow storm was raging in the area which covered eastern Pennsylvania; the gusts had risen to such high velocity that the windows were shaking mightily and the recording equipment had to be moved to another room away from the windows. 

The snow storm outside was by no means misplaced, for on this day a great event had taken place – governor of the Assemblies of Yahweh, Sir Jacob Meyer and his wife Ruth F. Meyer had successfully recorded the first Sacred Name Broadcast for the Assemblies of Yahweh. The Sacred Names were heard in the air on February 5, 1966 on radio station WBMD. For the Assemblies of Yahweh, the Name Yahweh was being preached to the nations and Modern Day Elijah had arrived in every home that had received it. Broadcasting continued on Sabbaths at noon, at which time services were simple consisting of prayer, songs and study. The Meyer family had intended to enforce sound doctrine and keep the message clear and succinct.

 To be continued…

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