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ELOHIM (GOD)

(el-o-heem’)
God, Judge, Creator

Use in the Bible: : In the Old Testament Elohim occurs over 2000 times. Elohim is first used in Gen 1:1.

Variant spellings: None

TWOT Reference: 93c

Strong’s Reference: H430

Elohim in the Septuagint: theos – the standard Greek word for god, “a transcendent being who exercises extraordinary control in human affairs or is responsible for bestowal of unusual benefits” (BDAG). It specifically refers to the monotheistic God of Israel.

Meaning and Derivation: Elohim is translated as “God.” The derivation of the name Elohim is debatable to most scholars. Some believe it derived from ‘êlwhich, in turn, originates from the root word, ‘wl (which means “strong”). Others think that Elohim is derived from another two roots: ‘lh (which means “god”) in conjunction with ‘elôah (which means “fear”). And still others presume that both ‘êl and Elohim come from ‘eloah.

Further references of the name Elohim in the Old Testament: Complete list available here. https://www.blueletterbible.org/study/misc/name_god.cfm

Other Names of Elohim:

Old Testament (OT)

INTRODUCTION

“Let them praise the name of the LORD: for his name alone is excellent; his glory [is] above the earth and heaven.” Psa 148:13

In the Old Testament times, a name was not only identification, but an identity as well. Many times a special meaning was attached to the name. Names had, among other purposes, an explanatory purpose (e.g., Nabal, whose name means “fool,” is the target of Abigail’s explanation to David: “For as his name is, so is he; Nabal is his name, and folly is with him:” – 1Sa 25:25). Throughout Scripture God reveals Himself to us through His names. When we study these names that He reveals to us in the Bible, we will better understand who God really is. The meanings behind God’s names reveal the central personality and nature of the One who bears them.

EL SHADDAI (LORD GOD ALMIGHTY)

(el shad-di’)
All-Sufficient One, Lord God Almighty

EL ELYON (THE MOST HIGH GOD)

(el el-yone’)
The Most High God

ADONAI (LORD, MASTER)

(ad-o-noy’)
Lord, Master

YAHWEH (LORD, JEHOVAH)

(yah-weh)
Lord, Jehovah

JEHOVAH NISSI (THE LORD MY BANNER)

(yeh-ho-vaw’ nis-see’)
The Lord My Banner, The Lord My Miracle

JEHOVAH-RAAH (THE LORD MY SHEPHERD)

(yeh-ho-vaw’ raw-aw’)
The Lord My Shepherd

JEHOVAH RAPHA (THE LORD WHO HEALS)

(yeh-ho-vaw’ raw-faw’)
The Lord That Heals

JEHOVAH SHAMMAH (THE LORD IS THERE)

(yeh-ho-vaw’ shawm’-maw)
The Lord Is There

JEHOVAH TSIDKENU (THE LORD OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS)

(yeh-ho-vaw’ tsid-kay’-noo)
The Lord Our Righteousness

JEHOVAH MEKODDISHKEM (THE LORD WHO SANCTIFIES YOU)

(yeh-ho-vaw’ M-qadash)
The Lord Who Sanctifies You, The Lord Who Makes Holy

EL OLAM (THE EVERLASTING GOD)

(el o-lawm’)
The Everlasting God, The God of Eternity, The God of the Universe, The God of Ancient Days

QANNA (JEALOUS)

(kan-naw’)
Jealous, Zealous

JEHOVAH JIREH (THE LORD WILL PROVIDE)

(yeh-ho-vaw’ yir-eh’)
The Lord Will Provide

JEHOVAH SHALOM (THE LORD IS PEACE)

(yeh-ho-vaw’ shaw-lome’)
The Lord Is Peace

JEHOVAH SABAOTH (THE LORD OF HOSTS)

(yeh-ho-vaw’ se ba’ôt)
The Lord of Hosts, The Lord of Powers

According to https://www.blueletterbible.org/study/misc/name_god.cfm

Other Faiths

Islam

Allah- (pronounced Uh-law)- meaning- All In All