Did you know that the Heavenly Father has a name?
The surprising truth is that the Name of the Creator of
The universe is found 6,823 times in ancient Bible text,
Yet it was concealed by Bible translators who Believed it was too holy to Use.  But the Bible Challenges you to discover and use the only true, personal Name of the Creator and the Name of His Son, our Savior--the only Name that Gives Salvation!
Read some startling facts about the Name right out of the pages of your Bible.

From the Bible--

"Who has established all the ends of the earth?  What is His Name,
And what is His Son's Name, if you know it?" Proverbs 30:4.
"I am Yahweh; that is My Name:  and My Glory will I not give to another,
Neither My praise to graven images."IsaYah 42:8.
"Sing unto Elohim, sing Praises to His Name:
Extol Him that rideth upon the Heavens by His Name YAH
And rejoice before Him." Psalm 68:4.
("YAH" is the last part of the word "Halleluyah."
Halleluyah is the most ancient of all words of
Praise and means "Praise YAH.")
"You shall not take the Name of Yahweh your Elohim in vain. To bring it to Nought, (make it void or desolate)
for Yahweh will not hold him guiltless that Misuses His Name to bring it to nought."
Exodus 20:7. (This is the third Commandment.)
"And you shall not swear by My Name falsely,
Neither shall you profane the Name of your Elohim:
I AM Yahweh." Leviticus 19:12.
From Bible Translators and
Scholars. In the introduction to the Moffatt Translation (pp. 20-21), James Moffatt Makes it clear that he would have had no hesitation about using the Name Yahweh in his translation if he had intended it for students of the original Scriptures.

We find in the preface of  the Goodspeed Translation:
"The Hebrews called their Deity by the Name Yahweh,
And in shorter form Yah." This source admits to using
Substitutes for the Name Yahweh.

The Revised Standard Version says at Exodus 3:15, "The Word LORD when Spelled with capital letters stands for the Name Yahweh (YHWH),
Which is here connected with the verb hayah, to be."

The New Catholic Bible (Catholic Bible Press), at Exodus 3:14 notes,
"'I am who am'; apparently this utterance is the source of the word Yahweh;
The proper personal Name of the God of Israel...  Out of reverence
fFr this name the term 'Adonai,''my Lord,' was used as a substitute. 
The word Lord in the present version represents this traditional usage. 
The word Jehovah arose from a false reading of this name as it is written
in the current Hebrew text."

In the International Bible Encyclopedia of the King James Version
Published by Garden City Publishing Co., we note the following under
The heading "Jehovah": "It is believed that the correct pronunciation
Of this Word is 'Yahweh.'"
Look it up yourself, in these Sources; Encyclopaedia Britannica (Micropedia, vol.
10): "Although Christian Scholars after the renaissance and reformation periods used the term Jehovah for YHWH, in the 19th and 20 centuries Biblical scholars again began to use the form Yahweh.  Early Christian writers, such as Clement of Alexandria in the 2nd century, had used the form Yahweh, thus this pronunciation of the Tetragrammaton was never really lost.

Greek transcriptions also indicated that YHWH should be pronounced Yahweh."
Webster's New World Dictionary.  "Yahweh... a Form of the Hebrew Name in
the Old Testament. 
The New American Encyclopedia  notes this under Jehovah, "(properly
Yahweh) a Name of the Mighty One of Israel, now widely regarded as a
mispronunciation of the Hebrew YHWH."
More from the Bible.

"And in all things that I have said unto you be circumspect:
And make no mention of the name of other mighty ones,
Neither let it be heard out of your mouth." Exodus 23:13.
"Our help is in the name of Yahweh, who made heaven and earth."  Psalm 124:8.
"Seek Him that made the seven stars and Orion, Yahweh is His Name."
Amos 5:8.
"It is He that builds His stories in the Heaven, and has founded His Troop/Vault in The Earth; He that calleth for the waters of the sea, and poureth them out upon the Face of the earth: Yahweh is His Name." Amos 9:6.
"His Name shall endure forever: His Name shall be continued
As long as the sun." Psalm 72:17.
"Praise Yahweh, call upon His Name, declare His doings among the people,
Make mention that His Name is Exalted." IsaYah 12:4.
I am Yahweh: that is My Name: and My Glory will I not give to another,
neither My Praise to graven images. IsaYah 42:8
".... I Yahweh am thy Savior and thy Redeemer, the Mighty One of Jacob."
IsaYah 49:26.
"And she shall bring forth a Son, and you shall call His Name Yahshua: 
 For He shall save His people from their Sins," Matthew 1:21.
(Sins - Transgressions of the Torah)  1 Yahchanon 3:4
In Yahchanon 5:43, Yahshua said, "I am come in My Father's Name." 
The Family Name Yah is found in both Names, Yahweh, and Yahshua. 
 We also find the Sacred Name Yah at the end of many names of
Many Bible Prophets like EliJah (more properly, EliYah, which means
"My Mighty One is Yah"); also note the "Yah" sound at the end of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Obadiah, Zephaniah, Zechariah, and many others. (IsaYah, YerimiYah,
ObadiYah, ZephaniYah, ZechariYah)
"Wherefore Yahweh also has highly exalted Him, and given Him a Name
Which is above every Name: that at the Name of Yahshua every knee should bow, Of things in Heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth;
And that every tongue should confess that Yahshua is the Savior,
to the glory of Yahweh the Father." Philippians 2: 9-11.
"Neither is there Salvation in any other: for there is none other Name
under Heaven given among men, whereby we must be Saved." Acts 4:12.
"To Him give all the Prophets witness, that through His Name
 whosoever Believeth in Him shall receive Remission of Sins." Acts 10:43.
"And this is His Commandment, that we should Believe on the Name
His Son Yahshua the Messiah..." 1Yahchanon 3:23.
"Sing forth the Honor of His Name: make His praise Glorious." Psalm 66:2.