Jehovah Tsebaoth (Lord of Hosts), Jehovah Rohi (the Lord, my shepherd)
The allegory of of Sarah and Hagar represents the crucial differences between the Old Covenant and New Covenant
Jehovah M'kaddosh (The Lord who sanctifies), Jehovah Elohenu (The Lord our God), Jehovah Eloheka (The Lord your God), Jehovah Elohay (The Lord my God), Jehovah Shalom (The Lord of Peace)
Paul exhorts the wayward Galatians to become like him—to fully trust in Christ alone and not the law.
Jehovah Jireh (the Lord provides/sees), Jehovah Rophi (the Lord heals), Jehovah Nissi (the Lord is our banner)
Departure from the gospel by reverting back to the ceremonies of the Mosaic law.
Adonai Jehovah (Lord God), HaShem (the Name), Jehovah Elohim (Lord God) Jehovah Hoseenu (the Lord our maker)
El (the strong one), Elah, Eloah (adorable, worshipful one), El-Elyon (the most high, above all), El-Roi (the Lord that sees), El-Olam (God of eternity, everlasting), El-Shaddai (all powerful, allmighty)
The equality of all believers in Christ.