Praying Through the Names of God: A 40­-Day Devotional

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Day Two: Elohim

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God of gods

Elohim is the plural form of El or Eloah. Elohim, El and Eloah are generic names for deity or gods. Used with Yahweh grammatically it is always in the singular form. In Hebrew the plural form can also mean ‘exponentially more majestic.’
God of gods.
Most often used when God is interacting with His creation.

Deuteronomy 10:17

“For the LORD your God is God of gods and Lord of lords, the great, the mighty, and the awesome God, who is not partial and takes no bribe.”


Isaiah 44:8, 1 Kings 18:20-39, Psalm 86:8, Zephaniah 2:11, Isaiah 45:21, Exodus 15:11, Psalm 114:7, Genesis 2:15-16, Genesis 9:17, Exodus 6:7, Isaiah 54:5, Jeremiah 32:27


Do you live like God, as revealed in scripture as Elohim, is the God of gods and there is nothing else above Him?
Repent of anything you might have placed above Elohim.
Pray and ask Elohim to show you the false gods in your life. Ask Him to help you see that He is ‘exponentially more majestic’ than them.
Listen and think about what it means to be God of gods.
Meditate oon what false god the Holy Spirit needs to throw off its throne to put Elohim back in the top spot in your heart.