The Names of God

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The Names of God

THE NAMES OF GOD

JEHOVAH- ISAIAH 26:4 -GOD EVERLASTING STRENGTH, ROCK OF AGES
JEHOVAH NISSI- EXODUS 17:15- THE LORD MY BANNER
JEHOVAH SHALOM- JUDGES 6:24- THE LORD SEND PEACE
JEHOVAH SHAMMAH - EZEKIAL 48:35 -THE LORD IS THERE
JEHOVAH TSIDKENU- JEREMIAH 23:6- THE LORD OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS
JEHOVAH ROPHE- EXODUS 15:26- THE LORD HEALS
JEHOVAH ROHI- PSALM 23:1- THE LORD MY SHEPARD
JEHOVAH M’KADDESH- EXODUS 31:13- THE LORD WHO SANCTIFIES
JEHOVAH SABAOTH- 1 SAMUEL 15:2 THE LORD OF HOSTS
ISHI- HOSEA 2:16- HUSBAND
BAALI - HOSEA 2:16- MY LORD
ADONAY- DEUTERONOMY 10:17- LORD AND FATHER
ADONE HA ADONIM- DEUTERONOMY 10:17- LORD OF LORDS
EL ELYON- GENESIS 14:22- GOD MOST HIGH
EL SHADDAI- GENESIS 17:1- THE GOD ALMIGHTY
ANIY HAYAH- I AM- EXODUS 3:14- I EXIST (LITERALLY THE SELF EXISTANT ETERNAL GOD)
ELOHIM- GENESIS 2:4- GREAT , JUDGE, ANGEL BUT WITH THE DEFINITIVE ARTICLE SUPREME GOD
EL ELOE- GENESIS 33:20- THE GOD OF JACOB
JAH- PSALM 68:4- THE SACRED NAME- THE LORD MOST VEHEMENT
QANNA - EXODUS 34:14- JEALOUS

JEHOSHUA-MATTHEW 3:15 - JESUS -JOSHUA- GOD SAVES
This is the Greek form of the Hebrew name Joshua, which was originally Hoshea (Num_13:8, Num_13:16), but changed by Moses into Jehoshua (Num_13:16; 1Ch_7:27), or Joshua. After the Exile it assumed the form Jeshua, whence the Greek form JESUS. It was given to our Lord to denote the object of his mission, to save (Mat_1:21). ( COURTESY EASTON BIBLE DICTIONARY)


ELOI- MARK 15:34- MY GOD
ABBA- MARK 14:36- FATHER
EMMANUEL-
MATTHEW 1:23- GOD WITH US
 
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Of course we should not forget the personal name of God, which Bible scholars call the tetragrammaton.

From the preface of the New International Version:

In regard to the divine name YHWH, commonly referred to as the Tetragrammaton, the translators adopted the device used in most English versions of rendering that name as "LORD" in capital letters to distinguish it from Adonai, another Hebrew word rendered "Lord," for which small letters are used. Wherever the two names stand together in the Old Testament as a compound name of God, they are rendered "Sovereign LORD."

Praise be YHWH!
 

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No Problem cause some one sent it to me . I have them printed too . It's a great resource to keep in your Bible.
 
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Y = י Yodh, pronounced "Ya"
H = ה He, pronounced "hey"
W= ו Waw, placeholder.
H = ה He, pronounced "hey"
Pronounced, Yahweh, or pronounced: Elohim or Adonai, depending on the placement of the vowel points.

Clear as mud?

This is one of the reasons learning Hebrew is fun and exciting!! :D

Is that right Pastor Gary? :) :confused:
 

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Ah HA HA :eek: :p

Aramaic, Arabic, Hebrew,
I think the only language more difficult would be...English.


Why doesn't "One" start with a Doubleyou?


That is too funny and so true . No wonder people from other countries say Engish is such a hard language.
 
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Y = י Yodh, pronounced "Ya"
H = ה He, pronounced "hey"
W= ו Waw, placeholder.
H = ה He, pronounced "hey"
Pronounced, Yahweh, or pronounced: Elohim or Adonai, depending on the placement of the vowel points.
Strictly speaking the original pronunciation of the tetragrammaton was lost.

From the preface of the New Revised Standard Version:

While it is almost if not quite certain that the Name was originally pronounced "Yahweh," this pronunciation was not indicated when the Masoretes added vowel sounds to the consonantal Hebrew text. To the four consonants YHWH of the Name, which had come to be regarded as too sacred to be pronounced, they attached vowel signs indicating that in its place should be read the Hebrew word Adonai meaning "Lord" (or Elohim meaning "God").

The Jews value the name so much that they don't want to pronounce it.

But since God has other names that we could use, so that's fine :)