...just the ones you want to remember.
Not at all.
Some people learn just by listening... and they don't forget what they have learned. Not everything has to be written down in order to be remembered. Or learned, taught, etc. There is the spoken word.
I am having trouble understanding your confusion. It's quite simple, really. The Word in John 1:1 is the source of the word mentioned in Hebrews 4:12. Just as the Word was the source of David's words in Psalms. The Word is the source of scripture.
Yes, I am following you up to this point. What I am asking you to do is to show me where in the book of Hebrews are you led to believe that Hebrews 4:12 is referring to scripture, over the Word (the source, as you are speaking of here, that SPEAKS)
The writer of Hebrews knew this and was describing the final result, which is scripture.
The final result of the Word of God is not scripture. The final result of the Word of God is LIFE, for those who put their faith in Him. Can you provide something to back your statement here please?
In what way, though?
He heard, and spoke as the Spirit carried him along.
"The Spirit" IS a name. Regardless, there is actually only ONE divine name, the Highest Name which was given to Christ Jesus (Philippians 2:8-11).
No, it is not a name. It describes a person; it describes a kind of being (spirit being); it also describes the life that flows from God, through Christ, to whomever Christ gives that spirit/life TO. But "Spirit" is not a name.
Jaheshua is a name. Jahveh is a name. Paul, Peter, John, Mary, etc, etc... are names.
Yes, Yahweh = Christ = The Spirit all are coequal, coeternal and separate persons.
I am not sure if you are trying to describe the trinity at all here... but even the trinity does not state that Jahveh (Yahweh) IS Christ or that Christ IS the Holy Spirit. That would be the opposite of separate persons... and didn't you just try to tell me that Christ was not the Spirit? Is that not a contradiction?
But Paul said the Lord is the Spirit (and if you check the context, he is speaking about Christ, when he says Lord).
Exactly, the Spirit will LEAD you to truth as wind does a ship at sea. It directs you to safety.
The Spirit certainly can do that... and more. For instance, the verses that speak to the Spirit TEACHING specifically:
For the Holy Spirit will teach you at that time what to say. Luke 12:12
I have much more to say to you, more than you can now bear. But when he, the Sprit of Truth, comes, he will guide you into all truth. He will not speak on his own; he will speak only what he hears, and he will tell you what is yet to come.
The Spirit taught Peter about the gentiles, in his vision. That spirit was Christ. The Spirit (Christ again) directly taught Paul.
Even if his words don't make sense from a human standpoint? ;)
If one does not understand, one can ask, and put faith in Him to help them understand or that His word ARE the the words of life.
Or one could be like the many disciples who did not understand what Christ meant when HE said that in order to have life, one must eat his flesh and drink his blood... and so those disciples left Him.