Praying the Names and Attributes of God
We encourage you to pray over these verses for five minutes each day for 30 days, and worship God in new ways; you’ll be amazed at how much closer you feel to Him at the end of the journey.
Only Jehovah God has the name of the independent, self-sufficient beingu2014I AM WHO I AM, and our proper response to Him is to fall down in fear and awe of the One who has all authority, Exodus 3:13-15.
The Israelites are to be cleansed of all evil by following a God known as the Lord of Israel, whose name means “the God who sanctifies,” according to Leviticus 20:7-8, and “a God separate from all things and an end unto all things.”
God has no beginning, no end, and no limits, so we can’t define Him by size or amount. Romans 11:33 –
Nothing is too difficult for God; nothing in the world is too difficult for him. Jeremiah 32:17-27: God is all-powerful; He spoke all things into being, and all thingsu2014every cell, every breath, every thoughtu2014are sustained by Him.
According to the Lord, God is the epitome of perfect goodness, and is kind, benevolent, and full of good will toward all creation.
God’s love for us is so great that He gave His only Son to bring us into fellowship with Him, and His love encompasses the entire world as well as each of us individually and intimately. 1 John 4:7-10
God is “the God who provides,” providing deliverance from sin, joy for the ashes of sorrow, and eternal citizenship in His Kingdom for all those adopted into His household, just as He provided yesterday, today, and tomorrow.
God’s peace is a product of fully being who we were created to be, and it sustains us through difficult times. We are meant to know the fullness of God’s perfect peace, His “shalom,” i.e.
Psalm 102:25-28: God has always been, all that He has been, all that He is, and all that He will ever be; He is perfect and unchanging.
God is transcendent, existing beyond and above the created universe, rather than simply being the highest in a hierarchy of beings (which would be to grant Him eminence).
Psalm 75:1-7. God is righteous and holy, just and equitable in all things, and we can trust Him to always do what is right.
God’s holiness is not a better version of what we already have; rather, God is completely and supremely untainted; His holiness is unique and incomprehensible,0Revelation 4:8-11, paraphrasing from the book of Revelation.
Exodus 15:22-26: Through His son, Jesus Christ, God alone provides the remedy for mankind’s brokenness; the Gospel is the physical, moral, and spiritual remedy for all people.
Acts 17:24-28 – All things are given by God, and all that is given by Him; He can receive nothing that He has not already given us.
Psalm 139:1-6 says God is all-knowing and knows all things, so how can there be anything that isn’t God?
What should I call God when praying?
When you pray, consider saying, “Jehovah-Jireh, I know you can provide for me, you are my provider.”
What are the 21 names of God?
YHWH-Rohi, The Lord is my Shepherd. Table of Contents for God’s Names u2014 Each of God’s Names, Meanings, and Pronunciation.
- El (the Strong One)
- Jehovah-Mekaddishkem (Jehovah Mekaddishkem)
- El Elohe Yisrael.
- Jehovah-Nissi (Jehovah Nissi)
- El Elyon.
What is God’s strongest name?
El Shaddai, derived from “shad” i.e. Lord, also refers to God’s power. Yahweh is the principal name in the Old Testament by which God reveals himself and is the most sacred, distinctive, and incommunicable name of God.
How do we use the name of God?
The Catholic Church teaches that the Lord’s name is holy and should only be used to bless, praise, or glorify it, and that it should be spoken respectfully and with awareness of God’s presence.
What is God’s real name?
Yahweh is the biblical name for the God of the Israelites, representing the biblical pronunciation of “YHWH,” the Hebrew name revealed to Moses in the book of Exodus, which is composed of the consonants Yod, Heh, Waw, and Heh.
What are the 30 names of God?
God’s 30 Names
- God (El) -,
- God (Elohim) -,
- Almighty (Shadai, Pantokrator) -,
- Most High (Elyon) -,
- Lord (Adonai) -, o
- Master (Despotes) –
What are the 5 names of God?
Other names used by Christians include Ancient of Days, Father/Abba which is Hebrew, “Most High,” and the Hebrew names Elohim, El-Shaddai, Yahweh, Jehovah, and Adonai.
What are the 7 names of God and their meaning?
The Tetragrammaton, El, Elohim, Eloah, Elohai, El Shaddai, and Tzevaot are the seven names of God that, once written, cannot be erased due to their holiness; all other names, such as “Merciful,” “Gracious,” and “Faithful,” merely represent attributes that are also common to human beings.
What are the 12 names of God?
What are God’s twelve names?
- ELOHIM My Creator.
- JEHOVAH My Lord God.
- EL SHADDAI My Supplier.
- ADONAI My Master.
- JEHOVAH JIREH My Provider.
- JEHOVAH ROPHE My Healer.
- JEHOVAH NISSI My Banner.
- JEHOVAH MAKADESH My Sanctifier.
What are the 10 names of God?
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- El Shaddai (Lord God Almighty)
- El Elyon (The Most High God)
- 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 That Heals)
- Jehovah Shammah (
What are the 9 names of God?
9 of God’s mighty names and how their meanings apply to us
- Yahweh. Meaning: u201cThe Lordu201d, u201cGodu201d
- Adonai. Meaning: u201cLord Godu201d, u201cMasteru201d
- Elohim. Meaning: Father God / God the Creator.
- Abba. Meaning: u201cFatheru201d
- Jehovah Rapha.
- Jehovah Nissi.
- Jehovah Shalom.
What are the 9 attributes of God?
There are a total of nine terms in this set.
- God is unique. There is no other God like Yahweh.
- God is infinite and omnipotent. God is everywhere, unlimited, and all-powerful.
- God is eternal. God has always been and always will be.
- God is vast.
- God is immutable.
- God is utterly simple-a pure spirit.
What are the 15 attributes of God?
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What are the 3 characteristics of God?
God is traditionally described as a being who possesses at least three necessary properties in Western (Christian) thought: omniscience (all-knowing), omnipotence (all-powerful), and omnibenevolence (all-goodness). In other words, God knows everything, has the power to do anything, and is perfectly good.