Why We Use Yehovah

Satan is working hard to keep the Name of God from being used in everyday life. Many have no idea that God even has a name or they may believe He has many names (referring to His many titles) and, therefore, to them no one name matters much over another. Even more, some believe you must use a very specific pronunciation and believe that the wrong utterance will bring eternal judgement upon them.

But scripture clearly refers to one name of God thousands of times and more than any of His titles combined. In this article, We discuss why we use the pronunciation of Yehovah and what the meaning behind that name brings to the clarity of having a personal relationship with Him every single day and that any command to pronounce it in any particular way is strictly a "superstitious" tradition.


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Posting various articles based on a scriptualist point-of-view. We believe in relying only on the written Bible (old and new testaments) and not man's additional interpretations (such as church organizational doctrines, the Rabbinic Talmud, or commentaries). While this does not mean all interpretations are incorrect or should be avoided, they should not be considered as being the Word of God. We also believe the Torah (the first five books of the Bible) serve as the foundation for all of these scriptures and should not be interpreted as conflicting with this foundational instruction.

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