prepositions, and conjunctions are used to form what is being said into proper sentences. Notice John 8: 44 we will leave out the You are of your father the devil, and the lust s of your father you will do; He was murderer from the beginning; if we put he committed murder, the question of what murder, (in particular) did he commit, but the statement speaks of general, and nothing but murder, in conjunction with them who are of the devil their father and the lusts of the their father will they do.
it cannot say and a lust will they do, but the lust of their father will they do nothing but lusts is their motive in every thing, mine mine mine mine, get it?
If you or someone is trying to use this as to promote fallacy and error a lesson in grammar will correct the notion.
Notice how you input the word a in John 1: 1, and explain the difference, with true translation of the Greek; and if your using a Greek text that is set up and geared to promote Jehovah witness doctrine, well you will come up with these kinds of questions, all day.
YHWH IS YODH HEY WAW HEY, this Holy name is pronounced
in English Yehovah but is spelled Jehovah, and it is replaced by the name Adonai as to not speak the Holy name in vain, Adonai being a name of the one called yodh hey waw hey, in proxy, which means Lord, the ambiguity here is not deceptive, and the intent is to keep the use of the holy name of God in vain.
W see in Christ day that people refered to him as master or rabbi or sir, you didn't hear people say hey Jesus of nazareth!
Anothe righteous point is this, if Jehovah is not Christ Jesus in the New Testament, But God said His name shall be Jesus luke 1: 31, the name that is highly exalted above every name in heaven on earth and under the earth that at the name of Jesus every knee shall bow and every knee confess Jesus is Lord, don't be surprize to see the Father also honor the Son, in a Holy holy holy bow , and He has already confessed Him Lord, and that cannot be refuted.
Jesus the Christ of God is adonaiand is Lord and is Jehovah of the old Testament, yodh hey wah hey, and the Spirit of God says so.