Free How to Pronounce the 21 Names of God in Hebrew (Audio MP3)


red-earphone-673487-mAre you tired of stumbling through the names of God, unsure of how to pronounce the Greek or Hebrew. Not all of us are experts in biblical Hebrew or Greek, but many of us are Bible study leaders, teachers, or ministry leaders that struggle reading “Jehovah-Tsidkenu” aloud (if you are not one of these, congratulations!) Well, struggle no more!

This 5-minute audio gives you the correct pronunciation of 21 Names of God in Hebrew and Greek.

Click here to listen!

Includes How to Pronounce Each of these Names of God

  • Adonai – The Lord OR My Great Lord
  • El – The Strong One
  • El Elohe – God, the God of Israel
  • El Elyon – God Most High
  • Elohim – The All-Powerful One, Creator
  • El Olam – The Eternal God, the Everlasting God
  • El Roi – The God Who Sees Me
  • El Shaddai – The All-Sufficient One, The God of the Mountains, God Almighty
  • Immanuel – God With Us
  • Jehovah – “I AM” the One Who Is, The Self-Existent One
  • Jehovah-Jireh – The Lord Will Provide
  • Jehovah-Mekaddishkem – The Lord who Sanctifies
  • Jehovah-Nissi – The Lord is My Banner
  • Jehovah-Rapha – The Lord Who Heals
  • Jehovah-Rohi – The Lord is My Shepherd
  • Jehovah-Sabaoth – The Lord of Hosts, The Lord of Armies
  • Jehovah-Shalom – The Lord is Peace
  • Jehovah-Shammah – The Lord is There, the Lord is My Companion
  • Jehovah-Tsidkenu – The Lord Our Righteousness
  • Yah and YHWH – “I AM,” The One Who Is, the Self Existent One

This Names of God Pronunciation Recording includes a bonus: A 1-minute explanation of how to correctly understand and pronounce the names Jehovah and Yahweh. It also discusses the Jewish tradition about avoiding the word G-d and substituting HaShem for the divine Name.

BONUS: Hungry for more? Click here for the 14-minute audio for the 100 Names of God!

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God has many names in the Bible and each name shows a different aspect of God. For example, “Adonai” means “The Lord” or “My Great Lord”; “El Roi” means “The God Who Sees Me”; and “YHWH” means “”I AM,” The One Who Is” or “The Self-Existent One”. The Names of God eChart from Rose Publishing contains 10 different Names of God, the meaning and application for each name, as well as Bible references where the name can be found. The Names of God eChart is a great study tool to help you better understand the God of the Bible.

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3 Thoughts on “Free How to Pronounce the 21 Names of God in Hebrew (Audio MP3)

  1. LaSean Norris on January 18, 2021 at 7:35 pm said:

    I so love this is very helpful!!

  2. Naomi Porter on April 20, 2019 at 12:10 pm said:

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  3. Dumisani on August 26, 2015 at 9:56 pm said:

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