Self-existent, eternal, the existing One
Exodus 6:3, Psalm 83:18, Isaiah 12:2, 26:4
Jehovahjireh is the name Abraham gave Mount Moriah after God intervened to stop his sacrifice of Isaac.
Jehovah is my banner
Jehovahnissi is the name Moses gave to an altar he built in the desert as the Israelites journeyed in the wilderness.
Exodus 17:15 - 16
Jehovah is peace
Jehovahshalom is the name given by Gideon to an altar he built in Ophrah.
The Lord is there
Strong's #H3068, #H8033
The KJV phrase "The Lord is there," found in Ezekiel 48:35, is derived from Jehovahshammah. The prophet used this word to describe the city of Jerusalem he saw in a vision.
The Lord our righteousness
Strong's #H3068, #H6664
Jehovahtsidkenu is the Hebrew name translated as "The Lord our righteousness" in Jeremiah 23:6 and 33:16. The name is used to describe Jesus Christ when he returns to rule the earth and save his people.
Jeremiah 23:6, 33:16
Jehovah is He
Jehu was the eleventh ruler over the Kingdom of Israel. Ruling from 841 to 814 B.C., he is considered a mostly bad monarch.
Another Jehu, this one the son of Hanani (2Chronicles 20:34), has his writings referenced in the Bible but not included within its pages.
1Kings 16:1 - 12, 19:16 - 17, 2Kings 9:2 - 31, 10:1 - 36, 12:1, 13:1, 14:8, 15:12, 1Chronicles 2:38, 4:35, 12:3, 2Chronicles 19:2, 20:34, 22:7 - 9, 25:17, Hosea 1:4
Jehud was one of the cities given to the tribe of Dan as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Day by day, affectionate
Jemima is the name of one of Job's daughters he had after his severe trials had ended and God blessed him.
Jah will rise, whom Jehovah has appointed
There are at least nine different men named Jeremiah in the Bible. The most commonly known of these was the major prophet who wrote from between 627 to 585 B.C. Jeremiah's ministry overlapped the last five kings of the Kingdom of Judah (Josiah, Jehoahaz, Jehoiakim, Jehoiachin and Zedekiah).
2Kings 23:31, 24:18, 1Chronicles 5:24, 12:4,10 - 13, 2Chronicles 35:25, 36:12 - 22, Ezra 1:1, Nehemiah 10:2, 12:1, 12, 34, Jeremiah 1:1, etc.
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Elevations, He is Most High
1Chronicles 7:7 - 8, 12:5, 24:30, 25:4, 27:19, 2Chronicles 11:18, 31:13
People will contend
Jeroboam was the first ruler of the Kingdom of Israel created after King Solomon's death in 930 B.C. He ruled twenty-one years and is generally considered a bad king.
1Kings 11:26 - 40, 12:2 - 32, 13:1 - 34, 14:1 - 30, 15:1 - 34, etc.
Let Baal contend
Jerubbaal was another name given to Gideon after he destroyed an altar to the pagan god Baal.
Judges 6:32, 7:1, 8:29, 35, 9:1 - 57, 1Samuel 12:11
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Waste, wilderness, a desolation, solitary, desert
Jeshimon was the name of wilderness site, likely between Hebron and the Dead Sea, where David hid from King Saul. It is also the name of a site, near the mountains of Pisgah and Peor, used as a location marker as Israel wandered the wilderness for forty years.
Numbers 21:20, 23:28, 1Samuel 23:19, 24, 26:1, 3
Extant, I possess, wealthy
Strong's #H3448, #G2421
Ruth 4:17, 22, 1Samuel 16:1 - 22, 17:12 - 58, 20:27 - 31, 22:7 - 13, 25:10, 2Samuel 20:1, 23:1, 1Kings 12:16, 1Chronicles 2:12 - 13, 10:14, 12:18, etc.