Jehovah is salvation
Matthew 1:1 - 25, 2:1, 3:13 - 16, 4:1 - 23, 7:28, 8:3 - 34, 9:2 - 35, 10:5, 11:1 - 25, etc.
The name of five or six men in the Old Testament. One of these individuals was the oldest son of Gideon who was too young to execute the two Midianite kings captured by his father.
Judges 8:20, 1Kings 2:5, 32, 1Chronicles 2:17, 32, 4:17, 7:38
Jetheth was one of Esau's eleven sons, all of which were called chieftans ("dukes" in the King James).
Genesis 36:40, 1Chronicles 1:51
It will hang high, he hangs
Jethlah was a city given to the tribe of Dan as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
His abundance, his excellence
Jethro was the name of Moses' father-in-law.
Exodus 3:1, 4:18, 18:1 - 12
Ishmael, Abraham's son through Hagar, had twelve sons. One of these sons was named Jetur. His descendants, after Israel settled the area east of the Jordan River, warred against God's people. Also called the Itureans, they survived into New Testament times, lending their name to an area northeast of Galilee called Iturea (Luke 3:1).
Genesis 25:15, 1Chronicles 1:31, 5:19
Chaste, Baal exalts
Strong's #H348, #G2403
Jezebel was the wife of evil King Ahab. She is considered one of most evil females found in the Old Testament. She encouraged her husband, King Ahab, to pursue idolatry and to lead Israel to do the same. Her bad behavior was so renowned that her name was used in the New Testament as a symbol of someone who leads others into sin (Revelation 2:20).
1Kings 16:31, 18:4 - 19, 19:1 - 2, 21:5 - 25, 2Kings 9:7 - 37, Revelation 2:20
He opens, he will open
Jiphtah was a city given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
God opens, God will open
Jiphthahel was the name of a valley that separated the tribal territories of Asher and Zebulun.
Joshua 19:14, 27
Jehovah is father
Joab is the name of three Israelites, one of which was a general in King David's army.
1Samuel 26:6, 2Samuel 2:13 - 22, 3:23 - 31, 8:16, 10:7 - 14, 11:1 - 25, 12:26 - 27, 14:1 - 33, 17:25, 18:2 - 29, etc.
Grace (gift) of God
Mentioned only in the book of Luke, Joanna was one of Jesus' ancestors. A woman named Joanna financially supported Christ's work and travelled with him during his ministry.
Luke 3:27, 8:3, 24:10
Given by the Lord
At least six Old Testament individuals are named Joash. The most important of these was Joash who was the eighth ruler over the Kingdom of Judah. His reign started at the tender age of seven, the youngest known monarch to take the throne of either Israel or Judah. His rule ran from 835 to 796 B.C.
The Joash found in 1Chronicles 7:8 and 27:28 comes from the Hebrew word which means "Jehovah hastens" (Strong's #3135). The King James Old Testament erroneous has the name Jehoash in 2Kings 11:21 and 12:1 - 18. The correct name in these places should be Joash.
Judges 6:11 - 31, 7:14, 8:13 - 32, 2Kings 11:2 - 21, 12:1 - 18, 13:1 - 25, 14:1 - 27, etc.
Persecuted, hated, the cry of woe
Strong's #H3102, #H347, #G2492
Two Hebrew words are translated as Job. The first, used only in Genesis 46:13 (Strong's #3102), means "persecuted." The second, and most frequent word translated as Job (Strong's #H347), means "hated."
Job, in the 1660's B.C., wrote the earliest book found in the Bible.
Genesis 46:13, Job 1:1 - 42:17, Ezekiel 14:14, 20, James 5:11
Jehovah is God, to whom Jehovah is God
Strong's #H3100, #G2493
At least fourteen Old Testament individuals are named Joel. The most well known Joel is considered one of the twelve Old Testament Minor Prophets.
1Samuel 8:2, 1Chronicles 4:35, 5:4 - 12, 6:33 - 36, 7:3, 11:38, 15:7 - 17, 23:8, 26:22, 27:20, 2Chronicles 29:12, Ezra 10:43, Nehemiah 11:9, Joel 1:1, Acts 2:16