What’s in a name? To a Hebrew, a name is significant because it not only identifies a person, it reflects a person’s character. As God reveals His different names to us, He is telling us, I am one God but with many characteristics and I will meet all your needs. In this study, we will learn which name of God to call upon depending on our particular circumstance. As we learn about the Hebrew names of God, we will gain a much deeper understanding of God and grow closer to Him


• Jan. 12—Introduction, Elohiym (Universal Creator), Yahweh/ Jehovah (Covenant Keeper) and Adonai (The LORD My Master)

• Jan. 19—El Elyon (God Most High) and El Roi (The God Who Sees Me)

• Jan. 26—El Shaddai (God Almighty) and El Olam (Eternal God)

• Feb. 2—No Class

• Feb. 9—Jehovah Jireh (The LORD Provides) and Jehovah Rapha (The LORD Who Heals)

• Feb. 16—Jehovah Nissi (The LORD My Banner) and Jehovah Rohi (The LORD Our Shepherd)

• Feb. 23—Jehovah Mekeddeshkem (The LORD Who Sanctifies Me) and Jehovah Tsidkenu (The LORD Our Righteousness)

• Mar. 1—Jehovah Sabaoth (The LORD of Hosts) and Jehovah El Gmolah (The LORD God of Recompenses)

• Mar. 8—No Class

• Mar. 15—Immanuel (God with Us) and Jehovah Shammah (The LORD Is There)

No Cost.

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  • Teacher
    Kathy Owen Brown
  • Type
    Discipleship University

NOTE: Due to holidays or other conflicts this class/group will not meet on the following dates:

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