In the Name of


In the Name of

My apologies if there be a few that do not – But – Many to Most (dare I say all) Messianic use many names interchangeably for the Most High and His Son – God, Lord, Adonai, Jesus, etc.  It is basic knowledge that ‘LORD’ hides the ‘tetragrammaton’ Paleo-Hebrew YHWH – Yahweh – AND – That ‘Jesus’ is the Greco-Latin hybrid word that hides the name ‘Yahshua’.

Mt.1:21 And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins. ***{JESUS: that is, Saviour, Heb} (KJV)***

This is KJV. Look at the sloppy scholarship the translators purvey –  Quote – “JESUS: that is, Saviour, Heb”. They are claiming that ‘JESUS’ in Hebrew means ‘Saviour’ –

The point is ‘JESUS’ – The teary eyed supposed ‘name above all names’ in Hebrew does not mean a ding dong thing. It is a Latin prefix with a Greek suffix.  ‘JESUS’ in Hebrew is an impossible word – one main reason is that there never has been a ‘J’ or ‘J’ sound in either Hebrew or Greek ever – or – even in the English till the 1600’s or 400+ years ago – Making ‘Jesus’ and ‘Jehovah’ an audio and scripted BC/AD impossibility in itself.

But the Messianic/Hebrew Roots people don’t do much better – They call the Messiah ‘Yeshua’ if they use a name at all. Basically denying Yahshua access to His Father’s Name ‘Yahh’ (Ps.68:4). Yet they will say (and even with the Christian Church); Hallelu-Yah (note – not Yeh or Je). Even so they relegate the Son of the Most High to the feminine tense of the word *salvation* <yesha’>, <yeshuah>.

Ps 68:4 Sing unto Elohim, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth upon the heavens by his name YAH <03050>, and rejoice before him.

03050.  hy  Yahh,  yaw  – Search for 03050 in KJV – that search will yield 45 times ‘Yahh’ is used – and – that 44 of those times that Name is hidden for ‘LORD’ – Just like the other 6800+ times ‘YHWH’ is hidden for ‘LORD’.

Yahshua did say; at John 5:43 “I am come in my Father’s name …”  – Yahh – This is both Literal and Figurative.

Yeshua/h is primarily a verb – Yahshua is a name; the Saviour’s Name.

Gen_49:18  I have waited for thy salvation,H3444 O YHWH.

ישׁוּעה – yeshu^‛a^h – yesh-oo’-aw
**Feminine passive participle** of H3467; something saved, that is, (abstractly) deliverance; hence aid, victory, prosperity: – deliverance, health, help (-ing), salvation, save, saving (health), welfare.

2Sam. 22:3 The Elohim of my rock; in him will I trust: he is my shield, and the horn of my *salvation* <yesha’>, my high tower, and my refuge, my *saviour* <yasha’>; thou savest me from violence.

This is the only verse in the entire Bible that ‘salvation’ and ‘saviour’ appear in the same verse

03468.  evy  yesha`,  yeh’-shah (**Feminine passive participle** of H3467) – or yeshai {yay’-shah}; from 3467; liberty, deliverance, prosperity:–safety, salvation, saving.
See Hebrew 03467 (yasha`)

03467.  evy  yasha`,  yaw-shah’
a primitive root; properly, to be open, wide or free, i.e. (by implication) to be safe; causatively, to free or succor:–X at all, avenging, defend, deliver(-er), help, preserve, rescue, be safe, bring (having) salvation, save(-iour), get victory.

Yahshua is the composite name contraction of the Father’s Name Yahweh (Yahh) and the Hebrew words for ‘salvation’ <yeshuah>, ‘saviour’ <yasha’> and riches <shuwa`>.

Job 36:19 Will he esteem thy riches <shuwa`>? no, not gold, nor all the forces of strength.

07769.  ewv  shuwa`,  shoo’-ah
from 7768; a halloo:–cry, riches.

So; In the Name of “Yahshua” the true ‘Name above all names’ now you know the rest of the story.

Embrace the truth – Repent of ignorance – Resist arrogance – Be honest – Choose Wisely.

Acts 4:12 “Nor is there salvation in any other, for there is **no other name** under heaven given among men by which we must be saved.”

Yahh’s Esteem – Shabbat Shalom

Did some more research
יְהוֹשֻׁעַ יְהוֹשׁוּעַ
yehôshûa‛ yehôshûa‛
yeh-ho-shoo’-ah, yeh-ho-shoo’-ah
From H3068 and H3467; Jehovah-saved; Jehoshua (that is, Joshua), the Jewish leader: – Jehoshua, Jehoshuah, Joshua. Compare H1954, H3442.
This does seem to uphold the extra ‘o’ or ‘u’ sound – however as I have said this leaves no opening for the usha written or vocalized pronunciation
Gen_49:18 I have waitedH6960 for thy salvation,H3444 O LORD.H3068
Feminine passive participle of H3467; something saved, that is, (abstractly) deliverance; hence aid, victory, prosperity: – deliverance, health, help (-ing), salvation, save, saving (health), welfare.
Again shua Not usha
So –
Yahweh/Ah/ah and Yahshua can become
Yahuweh/Ah/ah and Yahushua but never usha
Barring ‘usha’ you do have a choice within these confines

And this just in 1.12.16 in answer to an exchange

Name Evidence


יְהוֹשֻׁעַ יְהוֹשׁוּעַ

yeho^shu^a‛ yeho^shu^a‛

yeh-ho-shoo’-ah, yeh-ho-shoo’-ah

From H3068 and H3467; Jehovah-saved; Jehoshua (that is, Joshua), the Jewish leader: – Jehoshua, Jehoshuah, Joshua. Compare H1954, H3442.
I am surprized that you did not make/showcase this observation – But if I am honest I must concede in as much as there does seem to be an apparent anomaly

יְהוֹשֻׁעַ יְהוֹשׁוּעַ

yeho^shu^a‛ yeho^shu^a‛

yeh-ho-shoo’-ah, yeh-ho-shoo’-ah

יְהוֹשֻׁעַ * – * יְהוֹשׁוּעַ With the 2nd ו (o/u/w) missing –

Hebrarically spelt differently but phonetically anglicized the same – Interesting – I am not up with the vowel pointing; top or bottom – 1st off; I do not care for the Babylonian Jewish script dubbed ‘Hebrew’ but the *kubutz* ‘…’ at the bottom of the ‘shin’ is to have an oo sound; which would make it understandable that ‘yeh-ho-shoo’-ah’ is sited in both cases. I realize you will site Mazoretic tampering – But there’s a difference in crying ‘foul’ and proving it – and that in every case. Happy hunting – knock yourself out. And there’s a point the whole Babylonian Jewish script itself is 1 gigantic ‘tamper’.

And consider this;



From H4428 and H7769; king (male) of *wealth; Malkishua, an Israelite (male) : – Malchishua.: – Malchishua.

I understand in your rush to expunge ‘shua’ and standardize all understanding to sha / usha but this summarily ignores some indelible facts; for instance that Yahshua is foremostly valid from ‘yeshua/h’ Gen.49:18 – Some stating ‘shua’ means vain – This is not so – neither ever, only or always. So your saying Jacob/Israel waited for Yah’s ‘vain’ salvation ??? Preposterous! And the remaining fact that ‘sha’ is not a stand alone Hebrew word and means nothing – that ‘usha’ is not a stand alone Hebrew word and means nothing. The same point could be made of ‘Yahu’ it is not a stand alone Hebrew word. It is a prefix; it is a suffix but it does not stand alone.

I admit now; you do have a velum of potential proof. You turn your point on a pinhead hint the supposed whisper of potential proof while manufacturing other unsustainable ‘proofs’; cookie cutting from words to be words – Yet ignore direct indelible proof in favor of your chosen pick – wish it were exclusively so pronunciation. That coincidently makes you the purveyors with the reservoir of special untapped secret (so-called) knowledge. What could be wrong with that picture?

Yet indisputably for all time ‘Yah’ and ‘Shua’ (call/riches) & yeshua/h are all stand alone Hebrew words with definable evidence and meaning.

That being the normative; the honest cannot exclusively ignore either.

Hallelu-Yah (Praise Yah not Praise Yahu )

PS – You prefer Yahuah ‘yah-hoo’-ah’? Consider; Yahshuah ‘yah-shoo’-ah’ – Phonetically is a nice fit. Eh? (A) get it?

And this in –

It is almost comical that the 1’s that demand Uah over Weh/ah cannot but consistently spite themselves for it is self evident that the natural vocalized transition from U to ah/Ah cannot help but produce the unmistakable audible W (Double U) sound no matter how you try not to.


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  1. Interestingly enough, ANYONE can search and find an LXX translation of the book of
    Joshua. And when I present them with the following questions they should intertain, they leave with a dear in the headlights look. Observe the following questions: 1) for those who know Hebrew Aleph-bet- ” I will ask: what are the Hebrew letters that make up ‘Yeh’s’ salvation? In which they will usually respond ” you mean Yah” in which I will ask- and what does Shuah mean? They will say- salvation. Then I will ask – so it’s Yeh’s salvation or Yah’s salvation? If they are not blindsided with the deer in the headlight look by now , then I will ask them ” what are the Hebrew letters for the book of Joshuah? They usually get it right- then I ask them – why has no one ever pronounced it Jeshuah? If they have a problem processing this information I will ask them- why Is it then when you go to the book of Yeshuah you default to the ah sound?
    You can use similar questions with people who still use the Latin prefix(Je) and Greek suffix ( sus) by explaining Ieasus in the LXX- ” why wasn’t the book transliterated as the book of Jesus?”

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