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                            He will cause to become" usually understood as

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According to one Jewish tradition, the Tetragrammaton is related to the causative form, the imperfect state, of the Hebrew verb הוה (ha?wah; become); meaning "He will cause to become" usually understood as "He causes to become

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The primary reasoning for replacing the name of Yahweh with something else is 'tradition'. In other words,

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NASB/w/Strong’s---Chick on LORD --LORD     Strong’s No. 3068




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"When you enter the land which the LORD your God gives you, you shall not learn to imitate the detestable things of those nations.

jyhl) hwhy (8800) ur)h )B (8802) hT) (8802) yK
. eehh eywGh tb(wtK tw&(l dmlt
(8799)-)l jl aetn


Strong's Number:  03068



Original Word

Word Origin




from (01961)

Transliterated Word

Phonetic Spelling





Parts of Speech



Proper Name





Jehovah = "the existing One"

  1. the proper name of the one true God
    1. unpronounced except with the vowel pointings of 0136

 Translated Words


KJV (6519) - GOD, 4; JEHOVAH, 4; LORD, 6510; variant, 1;

NAS (6824) - GOD, 314; LORD, 6399; LORD'S, 111;


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1 ‘None of the Priests, including the whole tribe of Levi, will have any inheritance in Israel, because the burnt offerings of [Jehovah] are their inheritance and what they will eat. 2 They will have no inheritance among their brothers, because [Jehovah] is their portion, just as He told them.


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Who is Allah

Allah (Arabic “God”) Standard Arabic word for God, used by Arab Christians as well as by Muslims. According to the Qur'an, Allah is the creator and judge of humankind, omnipotent, compassionate, and merciful. The Muslim profession of faith affirms that there is no deity but God and emphasizes that he is inherently one: “nothing is like unto him.” Everything that happens occurs by his commandment; submission to God is the basis of Islam. The Qur'an and the Hadith contain the 99 “most beautiful names” of God, including the One and Only, the Living One, the Real Truth, the Hearer, the Seer, the Benefactor, and the Constant Forgiver.

From Wendy Doniger, ed., Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of World Religions(1999). Text © Merriam-Webster, Inc.

Allah Arabic for God: if from earlier Semitic languages (e.g. Aramaic, alaha), perhaps the God (Arabic al = 'the'). Before the birth of Muhammad, Allah was known as a supreme, but not the sole, God. Muhammad became aware, early in his life, of conflict between religions and of contest, therefore, between 'gods.' From his experience on Mount Hira' (with possible influence from hanifs), Muhammad saw that if God is God, it is God that God must be: there cannot be division of God into separate or competing beings. From this absolute realization of tawhid (oneness of God), the whole of Islam is derived - as indeed is the whole of the created order. Hence the fundamental mark of islam (allegiance to God) is the shahada, la ilaha illa Allah ... This involves Islam in necessary conflict with polytheism, idolatry, and what was taken to be the Christian understanding of the Trinity.

In the Qur'an, Allah is described by many epithets, contributing eventually to the 99 beautiful names of God. Controlling all are the two descriptions (occuring in the basmala) rahman (merciful) and rahim (compassionate). In later Islam, fierce arguments developed: about the status of the attributes of God; about anthropomorphic statements; and about the power of God to determine all things.

Theological and rational reflection on God is complimented, in Islam, by the direct and immediate relation of the believer with God, about all in salat: to everyone, God is closer than the vein in the neck (50.16). This close and direct relation to God led into the cultivation of the experiential awareness of God, which culminated in Sufism. For the controlling and all-important Sura of Unity (112), which, if a Muslim says it with conviction, leads to the shedding of sins as a tree sheds its leaves in autumn, see tawhid.

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