Experience the Tetragrammation הוהי in the Bible
The Divine Name הוהי in Hebrew script can be found all throughout some copies of the Greek Septuagint which is an authentic copy of the original Bible. This is significant to us since the Septuagint dates back to times before Jesus Christ was born.Even though the Divine Name in English that has been used for over 700 years is JEHOVAH still some people are very uncomfortable with using that rendering. Here now in the Divine Name King James Bible we are showing them that God's Divine Name is not the LORD and to help people see that God's name has an unquestionable place in the Bible then we have programmed the online and electronic versions of The Divine Name King James Bible so our readers can have that same experience as the Ancient Greek speaking Christians did that read in the Septuagint. You may choose either the Tetragrammaton or any other of these respectful forms of God's great name. This way readers can show that Jehovah in any Bible that they read does not damage God's message to us the way the avoidance tactic of using the LORD has done.
All forms offered below rely on factual information found in the source manuscripts of the Bible and by the expertise of Hebrew language scholars around the world. With all due respect, the real distinction between them is that some people feel that God prefers to hear his name if it sounds Hebrew-ish. It goes without saying that if we are truly wanting to share the good news of the Bible with one another, all Biblical names in every language are different so the speaker may say them and the hearer can understand them. If we are interested in showing our friends and families that we are being distinctive when we are talking about "the only true God" then we have to make God's name manifest in everyway possible as Jesus did. (John 17:3,11,26) However, just as God can read the hearts of those who are dishonest when they twist his words then we fully trust that the Hearer of prayer knows how to interpret any language in which we speak to him, even it is a silent language made up of only hand signs.