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Don’t Call These Secret Names Of God Unless You’re In Trouble

God only has one personal name, which is Almighty. It is written in Hebrew and is frequently referred to in English as "Jehovah." God made the declaration, "I am Jehovah," through his prophet Isaiah. " That's my real name." (Isaiah 42: 8; Isaiah 42: 9; Isaiah 42: 10; Isaiah 42: 11)

This name appears in ancient Bible manuscripts roughly 7, 000 times, far more than any other term for God's or anybody else's personal name in the Bible.

Is There Any Other Name For God?

Even though God is only addressed by one personal name throughout the Bible, he is given a variety of titles and descriptions. The titles and explanations that follow show how each title and description reveals something about Jehovah's character or nature.

Allah: The word " Allah," which comes from the Arabic language, literally means "God." The word " Allah" is used in Arabic and other languages to mean " God" as an equivalent of the word " God."

The Alpha And The Omega: They are referred to as "the first and the last," or "the beginning and the end," respectively, implying that there was no Almighty God before Jehovah and that there would be no Almighty God after him. (NIV) Isaiah 43:10 The Greek alphabet's first and last letters, alpha and omega, are the first and last letters, respectively.

God's own name, Jehovah, appears thousands of times in the Bible, indicating that it is significant to him. Malachi 1: 11 is a prophecy by the prophet Malachi.

Throughout Jesus' life, God's Son, Jesus, emphasized the importance of God's name. He prayed to Jehovah, for example, "Let your name be sanctified," and received a response. The Bible says in Matthew 6: 9 and John 17: 6,

If they have such a relationship, they will be able to take advantage of God's promise: I will save him because of his passion for me, and I will defend him because he knows my name.

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