Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem
The name Tetra Scroll (tetra means four) was chosen to honor the Grand Creator whose name in Hebrew is represented by the four Hebrew letters יהוה. In English, they are rendered either YHWH or YHVH. Together, these four letters are commonly referred to as the Tetragrammaton and are featured at the top of the scroll.
To honor our Heavenly Father, and because there are differing opinions about how to properly address the subject of our Heavenly Father's Name, Bible Scrolls International has elected to use the Hebrew version of our Heavenly Father's Name, יהוה, on the Tetra Scroll and throughout the text.
To that end...
The Four Hebrew Letters יהוה will appear whenever we are referring to the Father. (Ex 3:15)
The Hebrew Name Yeshua, along with the Hebrew letters ישוע, is used to address the Messiah, the one who came to die for our sins that we might have everlasting life by believing in Him.
Yeshua is the Hebrew name for the Son of the Most High, the Word, and the Prince of Peace.