Thanks again for allowing my letters, many are interested in the Hebrew today. In the New King James Prophecy Study Bible I find the following four verses. Isaiah 12-2 Behold, God is my salvation, I will trust and not be afraid; For Yah, the lord is my strength and song, (PS 83:18).
Isaiah 38:11-I said, I shall not see Yah. The Lord in the land of the living (PS 27:13, 116:9). I shall observe man no more among the inhabitants of the world.
Isaiah 26:4-Trust in the Lord forever, for in Yah, the Lord, is everlasting strength (Gen. 17:1).
Psalms 68:4-Sing to God, sing praises to his name; extol him who rides on the clouds, by his name Yah and rejoice before him.
In Isaiah on the first page it states the Isaiah is like a miniature Bible, the first thirty nine chapters filled with judgement upon immoral men. The last twenty-seven chapters (like the 27 books of the New Testament) declare a message of hope. The study notes on the first page of Isaiah gives Yesayahu as the Hebrew name, not Isaiah. The New Strong’s complete Dictionary of Bible Words at #3050 in the Hebrew index has three Hebrew consonants that form the word Yah, the sacred name. The problem with Jah is the “J” because there is no “J” in the Hebrew alphabet. In Strong’s Bible Dictionary in the English index, I read the word Joshua #3091 Yehowshuwa and #215 which is the Greek, in the Greek index at #215 is the Greek word alaletos meaning unspeakable or unutterable, which cannot be uttered. The Greeks could not write or utter “Yah” either, the Greek alphabet had no “Y.” The word Yah in Hebrew equals “I am.” Jesus, Joshua, Jehowshuwa, which two sound alike?