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The Lord is love itself, expressed in the form of wisdom itself. Love, then, is His essence, His inmost. Wisdom - the loving understanding of how to put love into action - is slightly more external, giving love a way to express itself.
When the Bible speaks of "Jehovah," it is representing that inmost love that is the essence of the Lord. That love is one, whole and complete in itself, and Jehovah also is one, a name applied only to the Lord. Wisdom, however, is expressed in a great variety of thoughts and ideas, what the Writings collectively call divine truth. There are also many imaginary gods, and sometimes angels and people can be called gods (the Lord said Moses would be as a god to Aaron). So when the Bible calls the Lord "God," it is in most cases referring to divine truth.
In other cases, "God" has reference to what is called the divine human. The case there is this:
As human beings, we cannot engage the Lord directly as divine love. It is too powerful and too pure. Instead, we have to approach Him by understanding Him through divine truth. Divine truth, then, is the Lord in human form, a form we can approach and understand. Thus "God" is also used in reference to this human aspect, because it is an expression of truth.
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That the Lord Jehovih would pour out His anger against them to consume them (Ezekiel 20:8-13).
That Jehovah will execute great vengeance, and take vengeance in wrath (Ezekiel 25:12, 14-15, 17).
I will make thee a desolate city, and I will cause thee to go down into the pit, to the people of old time, and cause thee to dwell in the land of the lower places, in the desolation of old, with them that go down to the pit, that thou mayest not dwell; then will I set glory in the land of the living (Ezekiel 26:19-20) Concerning Tyre.
The day of its fall (Ezekiel 26:18). Concerning Tyre.
Howl ye, alas the day! for the day is near, the day of Jehovah is near, a day of cloud (Ezekiel 30:2-3). Concerning Egypt.
In the day when Pharaoh shall go down into hell, I will cover the deep upon him; when I shall cause him to go down into hell with them that go down into the pit, and into the lower earth (Ezekiel 31:15-18; 32:18, 27, 29).
Hell in this place is called a grave where they lie (32:22-23, 25-26), and a pit.
That they will cause terror in the land of the living (Ezekiel 32:24-25).
After many days thou shalt be visited, and in the latter years thou shalt come upon the land (Ezekiel 38:8, 16). In that day there shall be a great earthquake in the land of Israel (Ezekiel 38:19).