In the Old Testament, the name of The LORD is written as 4 Hebrews letters. This is called the Tetragrammaton. This occurs almost 7000 times in the OT. Each letter of the Hebrew alphabet has a meaning. The meaning of the letters of the Tetragrammaton is “hand behold, nail behold”. In the OT, many times God describes using His hand or hands when creating or making all things. In Ps 22:16, God says they “pierced my hands and my feet”. In Zech 12:0, God said that “they shall look upon me whom they have pierced”. In Zech 13:6, they ask “what are these wounds in thine hands?” So the Tetragrammaton, which means “hand behold, nail behold” is a reference to Jesus Christ, God the Creator, with His hands nailed to the cross. And this occurs 6828 times in the OT, each a declaration of Jesus Christ as God the Creator and Saviour, the first and the last.