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Yehovah: His Name Reveals His Glory!

Janice Baca
Yehovah reveals the glory

Yehovah’s Name Reveals His Glory

Yehovah reveals His glory through His Name! For this very reason the revelation of His Name has triggered much debate. Yehovah’s Name was deleted or unrecognizedly changed at least 6,823 times in our English Bibles.1 And because Yehovah’s Name was missing from our translations, the pronunciation of His Name has been hidden for generations. I believe that these efforts and agendas keep the glory of Yehovah from being revealed to His people! Consider in Exodus chapter 3, when Moses asked to see Yehovah’s glory:

And Yehovah passed before him and proclaimed, “Yehovah, Yehovah, an Ěl compassionate and showing favour, patient, and great in loving-commitment and truth, watching over loving-commitment for thousands, forgiving crookedness and transgression and sin, but by no means leaving unpunished, visiting the crookedness of the fathers upon the children and the children’s children to the third and the fourth generation” (emphasis mine).

Exodus 34:6-7

Did you catch it? Before Yehovah revealed His glory to Moses, He first proclaimed His own Name! Proclaiming it is, in fact, the key to seeing His glory! Unfortunately, Yehovah’s Name is a source of contention among believers. Satan does not want us even knowing His Name, does not want us revealing His glory when proclaiming His Name! For this reason our exploration team felt compelled to shout Yehovah’s Name from Mount Sinai!2 Yehovah Himself instructed His Name is to be a remembrance through all generations:

And Elohim said further to Moses, “Thus you are to say to the children of Israel, ‘Yehovah Elohim of your fathers, the Elohim of Abraham, the Elohim of Isaac, and the Elohim of Jacob, has sent me to you. This is My Name forever, and this is My remembrance to all generations‘” (emphasis mine).

Exodus 3:15

Yehovah instructed that His Name be a remembrance! Yet the disobedient among us desire anything that could possibly erase His Name, prevent – even forbid – His name from being spoken. I’ve heard Dr. Miles Jones say that not speaking or forbidding Yehovah’s Name being spoken reduces Yehovah’s Name to nothingness. Yet the opposite of that was actually forbidden in Exodus chapter 20!

“You do not bring the Name of Yehovah your Elohim to naught (bring to nothingness, “take in vain”), for Yehovah does not leave the one unpunished who brings His Name to naught” (emphasis mine).

Exodus 20:7

Going From Glory To Glory

Consider 2 Corinthians chapter 3, wherein Paul explains that we will all have the glory of Yehovah upon us:

“And we all, as with unveiled face we see as in a mirror the glory of Yehovah, are being transformed into the same likeness from glory to glory, as from Yehovah, the Spirit” (emphasis mine).

2 Corinthians 3:18

Yehovah wants us to see His glory! By seeing His glory, in submitting to His holiness and accepting His loving-kindness, we too can experience the reverential fear of Yehovah.

The Joyful Sound Of The Name Of Yehovah

The joyful sound of Yehovah

Also consider that the “sound of Yehovah” may refer to the glorious sound of His Name: 

“Blessed are the people knowing the joyful sound of Yehovah: in the light of your presence they shall walk” (emphasis mine).

Psalms 89:15

Keep in mind that no commas or periods were in the original Hebrew manuscripts. One comma can change the meaning of a verse! Psalm 89:15 appears to be describing Yehovah’s people who walk in the light of Yehovah, which was also upon Moses. How can this be so? Because these know the joyful sound of the Name of Yehovah!

Evidence Of Yehovah’s Name

Today we are a privileged people, because evidence has been uncovered which reveals the Name of our Heavenly Father as known by scholars of old.3 In fact, the above images show the complete vowel markings of the Name of Yehovah in some of the Hebrew manuscripts discovered around the world by Dr. Miles Jones and his team of researchers.4 Notice that the letters clearly show the full vowel markings and are pronounced “Yeh-ho-vah” (yod/sheva, cholem/hey, vav/patach, hey). Little did these scribes realize the impact they would have on the future, on the generation living in these end of days! So far, at least 11 manuscripts have been discovered in the Hebrew gospels with the full vowel markings of the Name of Yehovah. Additionally, Dr. Nehemia Gordon discovered over 2,400 manuscripts in the TaNaKh (Old Testament) with the full vowel markings of Yehovah.

At any rate, we expect the findings in the Hebrew gospels to increase since Dr. Jones and his research team have discovered over 80 manuscripts! Go to for more details!

Yehovah: Breaking Chains

Yehovah Breaking Chains

Next, consider in Joel chapter 2 the descriptions of end time tribulations. At verse 32, Joel reveals a key spiritual weapon for the end of days saints:

“And it shall be that everyone who calls on the Name of Yehovah shall be delivered. For on Mount Zion and in Yerushalayim there shall be an escape as Yehovah has said, and among the survivors whom Yehovah calls” (emphasis mine).

Joel 2:32

Notice that there are no restrictions on this deliverance! The Hebrew word used is all (כֹּל – kol), all who proclaim the Name of Yehovah! Now, consider Psalm 91:14:

“Because he cleaves to Me in love, Therefore I deliver him; I set him on high, because he has known My Name” (emphasis mine).

Psalms 91:14

Do you see it? How many times have we read Psalm 91:14 yet missed the key to our deliverance? Continuing on, the second part of this verse includes “loving Yehovah.” How do we love Yehovah? By keeping His commands! (see 1 John 3:4)

The Glory Of Yehovah Is Revealed

Why are we in this Walk, if not “to serve” and to seek Truth? For generations the Name of Yehovah has been concealed. Yet Yehovah’s Name is key to seeing His glory, and for our deliverance (see also Matthew 23:39). It is the joyful sound of Yehovah’s Name that must be known! Knowing and calling upon the Name of Yehovah transforms us from glory to glory – for the light of Yehovah will be upon our faces! This is the power of the Name of Yehovah – the Name that reveals His glory!

1 Instititute For Scripture Research. The Scriptures. 2009. pp. xv.

2 Benai Emunah. Writing Of God. website:

3 There is an abundance of historical and linguistic evidence for the pronunciation of יהוה as Yehovah. See Nehemia’s Wall and BFA International for more information. There are no Hebrew manuscripts of the Torah or the Tanakh with the pronunciation of “Yahweh”. Additionally, there is only 1 historical reference to the name of Yahweh. For this reason, where the English versions of the Bible use “the LORD” instead of translating, Benai Emunah uses “Yehovah” which is a transliteration of יהוה.

4 Full vowel markings of the Name of Yehovah are found in manuscripts discovered by Dr. Miles Jones. Translations not yet published.

About The Author
Janice Baca

Janice Baca is the Benai Emunah Gospel Translation Team Manager who leads the transcription and translations of the Brit Hadashah (New Testament) into English, while maintaining the integrity of the core message of the New Testament authors. Janice is a Biblical Hebrew scholar trained at the Israel Institute of Biblical Studies in Jerusalem, Israel.

Janice’s passion for Biblical truth led her on the journey to learn Biblical Hebrew, ancient writings, Hebrew linguistics, and Biblical Hebrew poetry and wisdom writings.

Janice Baca is known for her passion to find the mysteries contained in the grammar of Biblical Hebrew.

12 responses to “Yehovah: His Name Reveals His Glory!”

  1. Dr J & Cat says:

    Janice, a very excellent exposition on the name of God, Yehovah. It might be nice to mention how many manuscripts we have found it in with the correct vowel pointings.

    • Janice Baca says:

      Dr. and Mrs. Jones, thank you for your input! With over 80 manuscripts you and your research team discovered, we have an amazing 11 manuscripts that reveal the full markings of the Name of Yehovah, so far!

  2. Judy Busby says:

    Excellent reading. I’m sharing with everyone.

  3. Mickaël says:

    Very uplifting and insightful article as always. Thank you very much Janice. I have been using the pronunciation Y’hovah for about 13 years now and have recently been confronted with a question that goes well beyond my limited knowledge of Hebrew. I don’t know if you, or anyone on the team, would have any insight on the Qere/Ketiv guttural-grammar-rule argument used to refute the pronunciation Yehovah, my question being: how might one explain the inserted vowels – sh’va, Kholam and Hirik (E, O, I) – in the name YHVH (resulting in Y’hovih) found in in the Leningrad codex, Cairo codex and Aleppo codex (in some passages of Ezekiel and Jeremiah)? Some consider them to be the vowels of Elohim inserted in the Name, further adding to the argument that the vowels of Y’hovah are in fact those of Adonai inserted. A rather complex subject (for me at least) that I am hoping someone might be able to help me with. Thanks again and Yehovah bless you for your tremendous work and ministry. Shalom!

    • Janice Baca says:

      Shalom, Mickaël! Thank you for your encouraging words!

      In Nehemiah Gordon, PhD and Keith Johnson’s audio, Prophet Pearls #43 – Masei (Jeremiah 2:4-28; 3:4), Nehemia touches on your question. In his commentary, he states, “While some scholars profess that reading Adonai instead of the written “yud-hei-vav-hei” is a Qere/Ketiv issue, Gordon maintains the meticulousness of a scribe.” Regarding the Qere/Ketiv issue and the Name of Yehovah, he answers your question at the 30-minute mark. He explains the marginal reading never says, “Adonai” but in the column was something inserted based on speculation.

      Lastly, consider that Dr. Gordon and his assistant, T-Bone, researched over 7,000 manuscripts, and discovered over 2,400 manuscripts with the full vowel markings of the Name Yehovah!

      • Mickaël says:

        Thank you for this information Janice. The argument on the margin notes he provides is helpful. I hope more explanation will become available on this particular Yehovih point in the future and look forward to learning more, as more and more people are asking about it. Thank you again. Your articles are an immense blessing. Shalom!

        • Janice Baca says:

          Mickaël, we appreciate your input. This gives us a better understanding of the questions we may need to address in the future.


  4. Jonathan Meyer says:

    The harder they try to hide something, usually shows it’s importance. Thank you for sharing!

  5. Olivia jane says:

    Janice you seem to be a seer??? I’ve heard the shofar blast of YHVH’s name. It is so intense that I felt it on cellular level and that I would implode. I saw Mt Zion transform from dispensation to dispensation. In 2011 I happened upon the cantors scale of King David and YHVH has associated pitches. After all the ark was called by the very name of YHVH! A shofar doesn’t have consonants it has vowels! I find it interesting that these two witnesses to YHVH seem to be overlooked. Rev 1:8 who was, who is, and who is to come! (Quamatz, Cholem, Sheva) second witness Rev 4:8 The voice of the living creatures (Quamatz, Cholem, Sheva)

    • Janice Baca says:

      Shalom, Olivia Jane. Yes, the Father has given me a unique gift. The shofar has 3 consonants: שפר but with the vav as the maters lectionis, then the vav serves as a vowel sound: שופר. And it is exciting when we are shown things that which have been hidden for generations!

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