Jah 

A contraction for Jehovah (Ps. 68:4).

“Union. (1.) A son of Shimei, and grandson of Gershom (1 Chr.” 23:10). “(2.) One of the sons of Shelomoth, of the family of Kohath (1 Chr. 24:22). “(3.) A Levite of the family of Merari, one of the overseers of the repairs of the temple under Josiah (2 Chr. 34:12).

“Trodden down (called also Jahaza, Josh. 13:18; Jahazah, 21:36;” “Jahzah, 1 Chr. 6:78), a town where Sihon was defeated, in the” “borders of Moab and in the land of the Ammonites beyond Jordan,” and north of the river Arnon (Num. 21:23; Deut. 2:32). It was “situated in the tribe of Reuben, and was assigned to the” Merarite Levites (Josh. 13:18; 21:36). Here was fought the “decisive battle in which Sihon (q.v.) was completely routed, and” his territory (the modern Belka) came into the possession of Israel. This town is mentioned in the denunciations of the prophets against Moab (Isa. 15:4; Jer. 48:34).

Beheld by God. (1.) The third son of Hebron (1 Chr. 23:19). “(2.) A Benjamite chief who joined David at Ziklag (1 Chr. 12:4). (3.) A priest who accompanied the removal of the ark to Jerusalem (1 Chr. 16:6). “(4.) The son of Zechariah, a Levite of the family of Asaph (2 Chr. 20:14-17). He encouraged Jehoshaphat against the Moabites and Ammonites.

“Grasper, a descendant of Caleb, of the family of Hezron (1 Chr.” 2:47).

“Allotted by God, the first of the sons of Naphtali (Gen. 46:24).”

“Returner, the son of Meshullam, and father of Adiel (1 Chr.” 9:12).

Definition of Jah: “the everlasting

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