Jews never use that spelling ("Jehovah;" or "Yahweh").
God's name in the Torah is יהוה (YHWH in Hebrew, not in English). Other names which refer to God (such as Elohim) are more generic and can in certain contexts actually refer to such authorities as judges (Exodus ch.21-22).
Over the course of the exile, the exact pronunciation of God's name יהוה has been lost. (The usual transliterations, Jehovah or Yahweh, are according to Jewish tradition inaccurate renditions based on a misunderstanding of the the way יהוה is printed in such vocalized texts as Hebrew prayerbooks and printed Tanakhs.)
The name of God is not pronounceable for us, partly due to to a religious prohibition for Jews (Talmud, Sanhedrin ch.11), and partly due to the fact that the way in which it is pronounced has been lost to history. While the Temple in Jerusalem still stood, only the Kohen Gadol would pronounce the name of God (יהוה) and only one day a year. The remainder of the time, less explicit names of God, including Adonai or Elohim, were used; and that is what we do today also. And in English, we use English words (or the idiomatic "Hashem," which refers to God but is not an actual name).
Jehovah is the English pronunciation of the Almighty God as stated in The Bible around 7000 times. Most translations substitute "LORD" in all caps.
Interestingly, the question: "Who is Jehovah" was asked by Pharaoh. Pharaoh was the ruler of Egypt and had made slaves of the nation of Israel. When Moses informed him that Jehovah had given a command that Pharaoh should let the Israelites free, this was Pharaoh's answer:
Exodus 5:2 (ASV) "And Pharaoh said, Who is Jehovah, that I should hearken unto his voice to let Israel go? I know not Jehovah, and moreover I will not let Israel go."
In time, after the ten plagues and the deliverance of the nation of Israel through the Red Sea, Pharaoh got an answer to his question. (Exodus chapters 5-15)
Side Note: The Hebrew letters of the divine name when translated into English are JHVH. The pronunciation "Jehovah" fits along with the translations of other names of the Bible that contained the divine name within them. (A few of these are: Jehoadah, Jehoahaz, Jehoash, Jehohanan, Jehoiachin, and many more names.)
Jehovah's Witnesses do not consider Allah and Jehovah to be the same. Jehovah's Witnesses believe that Jehovah is the only true God.
There is only 1 Jehovah. Jehovah is god's name. There are about 7,000,000 of Jehovah's Witnesses.
Yes, Jehovah's Witnesses believe that Jehovah is God.
* El Shaddai (Lord God Almighty) * Adonai (Lord, Master) * Yahweh (Lord, Jehovah) * Jehovah Nissi (The Lord My Banner) * Jehovah-Raah (The Lord My Shepherd) * Jehovah Rapha (The Lord That Heals) * Jehovah Shammah (The Lord Is There) * Jehovah Tsidkenu (The Lord Our Righteousness) * Jehovah Mekoddishkem (The Lord Who Sanctifies You) * Jehovah Jireh (The Lord Will Provide) * Jehovah Shalom (The Lord Is Peace) * Jehovah Sabaoth (The Lord of Hosts)
There is no "Book of Jehovah"
Ehoba is the Japanese name for Jehovah.
Jenova is the Hindi name for Jehovah.
''Jehovah est son nom'' means ''Jehovah is his name''.
A Jehovah's Witness is someone who gives testimony (witnesses) about Jehovah, the God of the Bible.
Jehovah's witnesses don't have flag but they have a logo.
Well, we Jehovah Witnesses take care of our safety. We try to stay away from people we are not too sure of, and if the person who invited the Jehovah's Witness member is not a Jehovah's Witness, we say no. However, if it is a Jehovah Witness who invited a Jehovah Witness to a sleepover, it depends.
Jehovah does not have a last name
It means Jehovah Provides.
No He is not a Jehovah witnesses
Ye Ohowa is the Korean name for Jehovah.
Duc ' Giehova is the Vietnamese name for Jehovah.
Bwana is the African name for Jehovah in Swahili.
It is a matter of personal choice of each Jehovah's Witnesses.
Jehovah's Witnesses worship the God of the bible; they identify him as Jehovah the Almighty Creator of the Universe.
As 'Jehovah' is recognized by many to be God himself then one can only assume Jehovah worships no one.
"Jehovah-nissi" (Exodus 17:15) can mean either "Jehovah Is My Signal Pole" (Hebrew) or "Jehovah Is My Refuge" (Greek).
Jehovah is the name used for God. Jehovah jireh means Jehovah's provision shall be seen. It is pronounced Je-ho-vah ji-rah.
No, because he did not live in harmony with Jehovah's word the bible. But his mother is supposed to be a Jehovah Witness