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Lord or Jehovah in Romans 10:9-10

by The Author on 12/26/10

Hi Ron,


I'm really glad that you are interested in God's Word. I'm not a Jehovah Witness, just a student of the Bible.


However, the Jehovah Witness Bible is accurate in its translation of lord in Romans 10:9-10. This verse is about recognizing the authority of Christ as the Lord. Jesus Christ is Lord of all (Acts 10:36 and Galatians 4:1). Making him "boss" or "lord" is easy for those who believe that God has raised him from the dead.. Accepting Christ's lordship glorifies the Father (Philippians 2:10-11) and allow us to receive His unspeakable gift (II Corinthians 9:15; Romans 5:15; Acts 10:45).


Jehovah is about God's relationship to Israel as the God of Covenant (and to us in the New and Everlasting Covenant). Although the covenant relationship to Jehovah was one of obedience, as in the term Father, Jehovah holds a much greater significance that lord.

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