The Civil Writer Magazine

Musician Eric Clapton has a song titled "Tears in Heaven". It states, "Would you know my name If I saw you in heaven? Would it be the same If I saw you in heaven?"… An outstanding question you could ask Jehovah or Jesus not because of time passing but because of the many mistranslations of their original names that no longer exist because the new names Jehovah and Jesus coming up on their 400th + years anniversary have new pronunciations, diction and spelling then the originals.

The modern name ‘Jesus’ (Jee’-zus) is not used in the original 1611 King James Version of the Bible. Nor is the modern name ‘Jehovah’ (Juh-ho’-vah) found in the original 1611 KJV because the original 1611 KJV English translation had no (J), (W) and other alphabets. Instead, the name of Jesus is written as ‘Iesus’ (Yay-soos), having a closer phonetic sound to the Hebrew name of ‘Yehoshua,’ and is pronounced by some as (Yeh-shu’-ah, Yah-shu’-ah or Yahu’-shu’-ah), with many minor variations in vowel-sounds. The modern name ‘Jehovah’ appears 4 times in Exodus, Psalms and Isaiah in the modern KJV versions. In the 1611 KJV, this name is absent. Instead it appears as ‘IEHOVAH’ (Yay-ho’-vah), and is pronounced by many today with variations both in the vowel-sounds, and in the use of the ancient consonant ‘waw’ in place of the more modern ‘vav.’

Is the new theology indicating that Jehovah and Jesus both will read your heart and interpret their names therefore they will hear any names you call them.