Let us note that the names of God in the Bible are never used casually. Each time a certain name is employed, it has its special meaning. So are the names of the Lord Jesus in the New Testament; for example, none of the names such as Jesus Christ, Christ Jesus, the Lord Jesus Christ, and so forth can be changed within the context in which it appears. If we were to change Jesus Christ to Christ Jesus, we might commit a doctrinal error. And such is the nature of the revealed names of God that besides that of “God” itself He employs the name of “Jehovah” to express His relationship with the children of Israel. What is the distinction between God and Jehovah? By looking at the way in which God uses His name to reveal His own self, we may come to an understanding of these names.