You can look up any word or phrase you like and discover every single place it appears in the Bible while discovering the Greek or Hebrew language that was originally penned, clarifying the true meaning and intent of any Scripture.More Strong's Exhaustive Concordance Search Tools | Eliyah.com
Here's another one ... more easy-to-use Bible Search Tools - well worth checking out.
If you are looking for educational materials to help you better understand the Bible, including online audio files to listen to, there are many teachers available who explain and interpret the Scriptures in detail for you.
The Father's Word was not written in English ... it was given through the breath of His Ruach and written down in Hebrew/Aramaic - with the Eastern mindset - and that has been translated into other languages. Since you and I are primarily English-speaking people with the Western mindset, we want the best English version of His Word that we can get. Here is where to get the answer to this question.
The New International Version of the Bible, in its preface, reads "In regard to the divine name YHWH, commonly referred to as the Tetragrammaton, the translators adopted the device used in most English versions of rendering that name as "Lord"... " -- noting the fact that most all English translations of the Bible have indeed replaced Yahweh (or YHWH - ) with the Lord; an absolute abomination!.
I think it's important to remember that when He walked this earth no one ever called Him "Jesus;" they called Him Yahshua.
Home studies are becoming increasingly popular. Many people across America are tired of not hearing the teachings of the Word in their local churches and are turning to the Word itself through home study groups ... and with great satisfaction!
Here's a list of Alan's favorite tools for studying the Father's Word.