The divine name of God
, as used in the English language. From the ancient Hebrew, which had no vowels, YHVH
or JHVH. Other languages use similar spellings.
The name Jehovah is so fearsome to some people that they went to the trouble to remove it from His own book. They alternate between the excuses, that we don't know the original pronunciation of God's name, and that God's name is Jesus, when in fact, Jesus
isn't the original pronunciation of Yeshua
's name and that doesn't seem to bother them.
"The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom", (Ps. 111:10), so fearing His name is fine. However, how is one to gain further wisdom when one fears fear itself more than one fears Jehovah?
I don't know. Tell me where to download it, and I'll check it out.
Good grief! I can't believe no one already said this.
In mechanics, a vehicle's transmission.
1. A place that's so big that no matter how you define it, some other part of it is going to prove you wrong.
2. A band of the genre
that composes classical music
to a rock beat
3. The first name of a cute 8-year-old girl
in my neighborhood who would bust your jaws if she saw what some of you wrote about her name here.
I doubt that Asia has ever heard Asia. I know she's never been there.
There was hanky panky going on under the table during our meeting.