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I will fear no evil, for you are with me.

Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.

Might be thinking of another tatoo maybe Jesus in Hebrew then Jn. 14:6 underneath it?? Maybe on the inside of my left ankle? Not sure still thinking and praying about it...

Yeshua is Jesus' name in Hebrew. If we say God's son's name in English, then why don't we say God's name JEHOVAH in English? The same is true of other Hebrew names in the Bible. For the most part we also say those in English.

Might be thinking of another tatoo maybe Jesus in Hebrew then Jn. 14:6 underneath it?? Maybe on the inside of my left ankle? Not sure still thinking and praying about it...

Yeshua is Jesus' name in Hebrew. If we say God's son's name in English, then why don't we say God's name JEHOVAH in English? The same is true of other Hebrew names in the Bible. For the most part we also say those in English.

It's the word 'Yahweh' written in the original Hebrew. Yahweh was considered the most sacred name of god in the Old Testament, only the high priests knew how to even pronounce the word. It was so sacred because it's not a word to describe God, it's His actual name. And now the name of my creator is written on His creation, like a signature. I got this done by Jim O'Rourke at Gen X Tattoos in Willoughby, Ohio on May 15, 2013

It's the word 'Yahweh' written in the original Hebrew. Yahweh was considered the most sacred name of God in the Old Testament, only the high priests knew how to even pronounce the word.