Jehovah in a sentence

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Definition of Jehovah

  • A Scripture name of the Supreme Being, by which he was revealed to the Jews as their covenant God or Sovereign of the theocracy; the “ineffable name” of the Supreme Being, which was not pronounced by the Jews.
  • terms referring to the Judeo-Christian God
  • a name for the God of the Old Testament as transliterated from the Hebrew consonants YHVH

How to use jehovah in a sentence. Jehovah pronunciation.

Such is the true pronunciation of the Jehovah of the moderns, who violate, in this respect, every rule of criticism; since it is evident that the ancients, particularly the eastern Syrians and Phoenicians, were acquainted neither with the J nor the P which are of Tartar origin.
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The shining of the face of JEHOVAH, the SON, dispels the darkness and the gloom, manifests the presence of the FRIEND in need, and shows us the REDEEMER, who not only delivers, but becomes the BRIDEGROOM of the soul.
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In the preceding benediction the thrice repeated Name of JEHOVAH has revealed to us the triune GOD in His gracious relations with His redeemed people, and has also reminded us that in these relationships He is the unchanging One, the same yesterday, to-day, and for ever; for all this is contained in the Name JEHOVAH.
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Printing by Francis Emory Fitch of New York Contents Preface Dedication The Lord of Glory Jehovah.
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All the glorious manifestations of Jehovah recorded in the Word of God are the manifestations of "the Lord of Glory," who created all things that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, who is before all things and by whom all things consist.
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Besides these passages in which He speaks of Himself as the self-existing Jehovah, the great "I am," He saith seven times in this Gospel what He is to His own.
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Jehovah Rophecah_-I am the Lord that healeth thee (Exodus xv).
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Jehovah shalom_, the Lord is Peace.
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In these days in which the person of Christ is so much belittled, attacked; He as the Holy One, the great Jehovah rejected, not by the outside world alone, but by those who call themselves after His own blessed name, let us have for an answer to all these attacks of the enemy a closer walk with Him, a more intimate fellowship with the I AM; a better acquaintance with our Jehovah-Jesus, our gracious Lord.
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The Son of God, the Only Begotten of the Father, the living God, the eternal Life; Emmanuel, the God of Glory, the Holy One; Jehovah, the everlasting God, the Lord strong and mighty, the Lord of Peace, the Lord our righteousness, the Upholder of all things, the Creator, the Alpha and Omega, the express image of God.
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And Manoah said unto the angel of Jehovah, What is thy name, that when thy sayings come to pass we may do thee honor.
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And the angel of Jehovah said unto Him "why askest thou thus after my name, seeing it is Wonderful" (margin, Judges xiii:17-18).
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This angel of Jehovah, the Person who appeared repeatedly in Old Testament history is an uncreated angel.
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With Him Jacob wrestled, with Jehovah, the God of hosts (Hosea xii:4-6).
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Jehovah will not leave Him in his hand, nor condemn Him when He is judged.
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Patiently He had waited for Jehovah.
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Nations will see it and fear and trust Jehovah.
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For the King confideth in Jehovah.
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Jehovah shall swallow them up in his anger, And the fire shall devour them.
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Jehovah bruised Him; He put Him to grief.
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Examples of Jehovah

Example #1
The subsisting usage of the Arabs, which we have re-established here, is confirmed by Diodorus, who calls the god of Moses Iaw, (lib. 1), and Iaw and Yahouh are manifestly the same word: the identity continues in that of You-piter; but in order to render it more complete, we shall demonstrate the signification to be the same.
Example #2
In Hebrew, that is to say, in one of the dialects of the common language of lower Asia, Yahouh is the participle of the verb hih, to exist, to be, and signifies existing: in other words, the principle of life, the mover or even motion (the universal soul of beings).
Example #3
The FRIEND that sticketh closer than a brother is precious at all times, but never so valued as in times of adversity; and the very expression, "THE LIGHT of the world," tells us of the darkness that sin has brought in-a darkness, alas! not only around, but also within.
Example #4
We are reminded of the beautiful history of Ruth: how sweetly the gracious words of Boaz fell on the ear of the young stranger, and what blessing that kinsman brought into her heart and life!
Example #5
The various names of GOD are all full of significance, and each is always used designedly in the Bible: failing to recognize this, learned, but spiritually-ignorant men have imagined the Old Testament writings to have been mere compilations from the works of different authors, and have failed to see the beautiful appropriateness of the various names of GOD as they are used in different connections.
Example #6
In olden time names were not meaningless, but were descriptive of character or relationship.