“Jehovih” is the Divine Name of the Creator, also referred to as the Great Spirit. Faithists refer to Jehovih as the Eternal Creator or Ever Present Creator and believe that only He is deserving of worship in the strictest sense of the term.
One of the best ways you can learn about Jehovih and why it is important to know Him, is by reading the Oahspe Bible.
Other forms of the Creator’s Name include “Jehovah”, “Yehovih” (יֱהֹוִה) pronounced yeh-ho-vee, and “Yahweh” (יַהְוֶה), Yehovah (יְהֹוָה). These forms can be found in various translations of the Bible from Hebrew. The rendering of “Jehovih” can also be found in the Hebrew Old Testament (see Ezekiel 20:5). If you have access to Strong’s Dictionary, see OT:3069. A perfect pronunciation is not expected; however, Faithists should at least be aware of the Creator’s Name and use it as they are able.
According to the Oahspe Bible, Jehovih can also be referred to with the title “God.” “Whoso cryeth out in fullness of heart, saying: GOD, GOD! meaning thereby the Ever Present, the Creator, is not a blasphemer before me.” (Book of Judgement 3:10)