No greater proof of deity could be presented concerning Christ, than that He should rightfully be called JEHOVAH. The Hebrew יְהֹוָה (Yĕhovah), is translated "LORD" 6510 times; "GOD" 4 times; and "JEHOVAH" 4 times. The Greek κύριος (kyrios), is translated "Lord 667 times, and "Master" 11 times. In light of that, consider the following:
1) In Zech. 12:1-4, JEHOVAH is speaking. Then in verse 10 He says, "they shall look upon Me whom they have pierced." JEHOVAH is Christ (Jn. 19:37; Rev. 1:7).
2) In Isa. 44:6, JEHOVAH declares Himself to be the First and the Last. Jesus Christ is said to be "the First and the Last" (Rev. 1:8, 11, 17, 18; 22:12-13).
3) In Isa. 6:5, he wrote, "for mine eyes have seen the King, the LORD (JEHOVAH) of hosts." The Apostle John referred to this same event in John 12:41, making it clear that the Person whom Isaiah saw was actually Jesus Christ.
4) In Ps. 23:1, David called JEHOVAH the Great Shepherd of the sheep. Jesus Christ is the great Shepherd of the sheep (Heb. 13:20; Jn. 10:11,14).
5) In Deut. 32:3, 4, 18; Ps. 18:2; 62:1-2, JEHOVAH is Israel's Rock. Paul clearly identifies this Rock as Christ (1 Cor. 10:4).
6) In Isa. 43:10-11; 45:21-22, JEHOVAH declares Himself to be the only Savior; there is no other Savior apart from Him! Peter declared that Jesus is the only Savior (Acts 4:12), and Jn. 3:14-16, we are told to look unto the crucified One to be saved.
7) In Isa. 45:21-23, JEHOVAH says, "that unto Me every knee shall bow, every tongue shall swear." The same is said of Christ, the One before whom all shall someday bow; every tongue will confess that Jesus Christ is Lord (Phil. 2:11).
8) In Isa. 24:23; Zeph. 3:15-17, we learn that JEHOVAH Himself will reign in Jerusalem during the coming kingdom age; the millennial King to be is Jesus Christ (Rev. 19:11-16; 20:4,6).
9) In Isa. 40:3, we learn that one would prepare the way for the coming of JEHOVAH. Mark 1:1-3 the same passage is applied to John the Baptist.
10) In Isa. 8:13-14, the prophecy states that JEHOVAH will be "for a stone of stumbling and for a rock of offence." Peter says these verses apply to Jesus Christ (1 Pet. 2:7-8).
11) In Ps. 34:8, we are invited to "taste and see that JEHOVAH is good." This passage is clearly alluded to in 1 Peter 2:3 which refers to the goodness and graciousness of Jesus Christ ("If so be ye have tasted that the Lord is gracious").
12) In Joel 2:32, mankind is promised salvation and deliverance to those who call on the name of JEHOVAH; the same is said of Jesus in Acts 2:21; Rom. 10:13 and see Acts 2:21.
The LORD, JEHOVAH, and CHRIST, all apply to the Lord Jesus Christ!