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Proclaim His Holy Name Bible
Vol. 3, Isaiah - Malachi
With the Father and Son's words in red

The Proclaim His Holy Name Bible, Volume 3, Isaiah - Malachi, with the Father and the Son's words in red, has been published to honor and glorify our Creator, YEHOVAH, the Mighty One of Israel, the King of the universe and His holy son Yehoshua (Jesus) our Redeemer, our Messiah and our High Priest.  Within its pages the Creator's words are highlighted in red and His actual name is restored to its rightful place within the scriptures.  The Messiah's words are highlighted in red and his actual Hebrew name Yehoshua is restored to the scriptures as well. While many Bibles have been published with the Messiah's words in red, this is the first version of the Bible that has the Father's spoken words in red as well.  In the Gospel of John the Messiah told us that he only did what the Father told him to do. Therefore, if Son's words are highlighted in red it is appropriate to do so for the Father's words as well.

Key Highlights of the Proclaim His Holy Name Bible, Volume 3:
  • The Father's true name YEHOVAH is restored within the English translation of the scriptures.
  • Full color interior with parchment-style background on 70lb paper.
  • Words of the Father and Son are highlighted in red.
  • Words of the Father, or an angel delivering a message from the Father, or a biblical personality recounting the words of the Father, Son, or the Holy Spirit are highlighted in blue.
  • Key verses related to the Name are highlighted with a special background color to assist the reader in his/her studies.
  • Includes 'Timeline of the Prophets' graph page.
1. The Creator's Name has been restored
The phrase 'the LORD' has been changed to YEHOVAH, the actual name of Elohim as found throughout the original Hebrew text.

2. The Creator's Name in Italics
In many places in the King James version you will see words in italics. These words are not found in the original Hebrew text but were rather added by the King James translators. There are a few interesting italics additions where the Creator's name is shown in italics as 'the LORD' (see Ex. 33:9). We have replaced this with YEHOVAH in italics.

3. Upper case 'Lord' has been changed to Adonai
The word 'Lord' has suspect origins most likely coming from the word 'Ba_l,' the name of a pagan deity (we have omitted a letter from these pagan deities names to honor YEHOVAH's command to not let the name of other elohim be mentioned, see Ex. 23:13). Therefore the upper case word 'Lord' used to refer to the Creator has been changed to the Hebrew word Adonai as found in the original scriptures. In other cases it has been changed to King, Master, or Adoni depending on context.

4. The lower case word 'lord' has been changed to master
Due to the same issues with the suspect origins of the word 'Lord' the lower case 'lord' has been removed from this edition. It has predominately been changed to master. Other changes for 'lord' may be husband, ruler, and noble as context dictates.

5. The upper case word G_d has been replaced with Elohim
Because the English word G_d is derived from questionable pagan origins we chose to replace it with the Hebrew word pronounced El-o-him instead. The Hebrew word Elohim is found throughout the original Hebrew scriptures. We have replaced references to the one G_d with upper case Elohim for the same reasons as explained above. The word G_dhead has been changed to Divine or Divine Nature. G_dly has been changed to Holy or Elohim-like. G_d-ward has been changed to "towards Elohim."

6. The lower case word g_d has been replaced with elohim
For reasons explained above the lower case words g_d and g_ds (plural) have been changed to elohim. Also g_dly has been changed to holy, and ung_dly to unholy.

7. Almighty G_d has been changed to El Shaddai

The Hebrew title El Shaddai has replaced G_d Almighty. Once again, because of the suspect origins of the word 'G_d' we have opted to use the original Hebrew title.

Volume 3 of the Proclaim His Holy Name Bible includes the following books of the Bible: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haagi, Zechariah, and Malachi.

Note: This is a full color soft cover paperback edition.  Due to the heavier 70lb paper stock weight required for full color it does not lay flat when opened.

You can read more from the "Proclaim His Holy Name Bible, Vol.3" by going to and using the 'look inside' feature or download a pdf exerpt here.
Peter and Linda Miller-Russo are non-denominational Christian believers who, after a ten-year journey into the Word, were led by the Holy Spirit to teach believers to proclaim the Creator's name as revealed in the scriptures. They believe that the Holy Bible is the infallible Word of Elohim (G_d) and that Yehoshua (Jesus) is the only way to the Father and to eternal life.
About the Editors
"And I know that his commandment is life ever-lasting: whatsoever I speak therefore, even as the Father said unto me, so I speak."  - John 12:50

"And Elohim said moreover unto Moses, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, YEHOVAH Elohim of your fathers, the Elohim  of  Abraham, the Elohim of Isaac, and the Elohim of Jacob, hath sent me unto you: this is my name for ever, and this is my memorial  unto all generations." - Exodus 3:15
The Proclaim His Holy Name Bible, Volume 3, Isaiah - Malachi: With the Father and the Son's words in red, is presented as a soft cover paperback book.  It is printed in full color on parchment style background reminiscent of an ancient Hebrew Torah scroll.

Within its pages you will see key verses highlighted with a colored background.  These highlighted verses pertain directly to the name of the Father or some aspect related to His name.  They can also be verses where a Biblical personality is calling on the name of YEHOVAH in some manner.  This highlighting is intended to assist the reader in quickly identifying important verses related to the Father's name.  A key verse example is shown below: