Yah-Shua Challenged 2

  • Servantof Yah Which version of the Name do you proclaim, sir? And how did you decide on that particular pronunciation?
  • Drdave Perry .
    Since that’s your lead in question – I’ll give you my truthful answer

    Salvation from Yeshua/h – & – Yahh from Ps.68:4 – & – Hallelu-Yah – & – shua meaning riches and that is the $64 question – What does ‘usha’ mean? – Not a ding dong thing in Hebrew – In fact Usha is a Sanskrit girls name for a demon goddess – How honoring is that?

    See – Torah Without Rabbinics wordpress . Com – Search ‘usha’

  • Servantof Yah Actually, the root for the Messiah’s Name is Yasha ישע. Yasha means victory, deliverance, to help, to save. It is the pronunciation of the letters that count. First, we know that He came in His Father’s Name which is יה YaH. Add the letter ו which makeSee More

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  • Drdave Perry .
    yahu – if anything is the suffix to a name – Not the name – Square that with Ps.68:4 – ‘u’ is of /for – Tell me the exact reference # with the hebrew word usha – No one ever has.

    Now I’ll ask you a question – What Priesthood are you under? And why?

  • Elexxsis Jennings The breakdown:
    YHUH:
    Yod: י
    Hay: ה
    Uau: ו (vav is a vowel, an oo sound)
    Hay: ה

    Just as it is here in the name of Judah/Yahudah:
    Yod: י
    Hay: ה
    Uau: וּ
    Dalat: ד
    Hay: ה

    And that same uau/oo sound is also witnessed at the end of many of His peoples/prophets names: Yahu:
    Yod: י
    Hay: ה
    Uau: וּ

    A few of the names with Yahu in them:

    Hezekiah/Chazqayahu: חזקיּהוּ
    (strengthened of Yah)

    Jeremiah/Yaramyahu: ירמיהוּ
    (Yah will rise)

    Benaiah/Banayahu: בּניהוּ
    (Yah has built)

    Zedekiah/Tsadqayahu: צדקיּהוּ
    (right of Yah)

    And now for the name Joshua:

    Joshua: יהושׁע
    Which is written in the hebrew as: Yahusha
    Broke down:
    Yahu:
    Yod: י
    Hay: ה
    Uau: ו

    Sha: (my inclusion – notice no reference number)
    Shin: שׁ
    Ayan: ע
    Which means:
    Yah is Salvation

    It cannot be shua, because:
    Looking at the word “shua”, and since names mean something to Yah, as we can see clearly though out the book and which is clear in His word,
    “shua” means:
    H7770
    שׁוּע
    shûa‛
    shoo’-ah
    The same as H7769; shua, a Canaanite: – Shua, Shuah.

    (my inclusion – does this make sense to anyone?)

    H7769
    שׁוּע
    shûa‛
    shoo’-ah
    From H7768; a halloo: – cry, riches.

    halloo:
    to cry out. (my inclusion – which is a neutral + or -)

    H7723
    שׁו שׁואo
    shâv’ shav
    shawv, shav
    From the same as H7722 in the sense of desolating; evil (as destructive), literally (ruin) or morally (especially guile); figuratively idolatry (as false, subjectively), uselessness (as deceptive, objectively; also adverbially in vain): – false (-ly), lie, lying, vain, vanity.

    Also, looking at the name of Elisha:

    The name Alysha (Elisha) means Al is Salvation
    (Notice the “sha” means salvation)

    But they hide it and instead say his name is Elishua:
    H474
    אלישׁוּע
    ‘ĕlı̂yshûa‛
    el-ee-shoo’-ah
    From H410 and H7769; God of supplication (or of riches); Elishua, a son of King David: – Elishua.

    But Elisha broke down is:
    H410
    אל
    ‘êl
    ale
    Shortened from H352; strength; as adjective mighty; especially the Almighty (but used also of any deity): – God (god), X goodly, X great, idol, might (-y one), power, strong. Compare names in “-el.”

    H3467
    ישׁע
    yâsha‛
    yaw-shah’
    A primitive root; properly to be open, wide or free, that is, (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.

    And we know that because:
    H477
    אלישׁע
    ‘ĕlı̂yshâ‛
    el-ee-shaw’
    Contracted for H474; Elisha, the famous prophet: – Elisha.

    So “sha” means: Save/Saviour/Salvation/Deliver
    And “shua” means: Cry for help, vain, desolation, idolatry, lying, vain, etc.

    (my inclusion – or/for ‘riches’ which she chooses to not list – Hmm wonder why?)

    Yahu sha. Yahu is salvation.

    Also, if we know in hebrew it is Yahudah, and is spelled Yod Hay Uau Dalat Hay, then what does Yod Hay Uau (minus the dalat) Hay spell?
    Yahu.

    HalaluYah.
    (my inclusion – And this with no ‘u’ at the end was to make my point? or what?)
    Yahu.
    Yahuah.
    Yahudah.
    Yahusha.

    Compare that to:
    Yahweh?
    Yehovah?
    Yeshua?
    Yehoshua?
    Yahshua?

    Can you fit Yehovah into Yahudah?
    Does Yahudah now become Yehovadah?
    (they carry the same letters, save the dalat) and the dalat is the d, which in paleo represents the door, which Yahusha Himself said He is the door.

    (my inclusion – interesting No dalet in that name – so what was the point?)

    Also, Exodus 20:7 the word vain in hebrew, is shua.

    (my inclusion – This is a lie!!)

    He is not an Alahym (Elohim) of confusion.

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  • Drdave Perry .
    Bla, Bla, Bla, Blahhhh – You have taken the long way around to prove what I have already said – “Tell me the exact reference # with the hebrew word usha – No one (now including you) ever has”

    @Also, Exodus 20:7 the word vain in hebrew, is shua.

    In fact now you are caught in a lie

    H7723 Vain
    shâv’ shav
    shawv, shav

    (Inclusion – Look at this; She is at best dyslexic, at worst dishonest. She is saying that  shawv / shav is somehow shua – even if we grant her u in place of v; the word would be shawu or shau)

    Unlike you – Yahweh is not the Elohim of confusion

    In fact Usha is a Sanskrit girls name for a demon goddess – How honoring is that?

    Do the research!

  • Elexxsis Jennings There is no vav in Abry Hebrew. That is the letter uau and it is pronounced oo. The word in Exo 20:7 for vain is shua bro. The so called vav is Yiddish. Learn true hebrew bro.
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  • Servantof Yah So a name that was hidden would be written in a Strong’s Concordance? The scribes intentionally and deliberately hid the Creator’s Name. Really?
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  • Drdave Perry .
    @The scribes intentionally and deliberately hid the Creator’s Name – But you and yours have the secret knowledge – making up words that have no Hebrew meaning – while avoiding to show the same.

    (The true Paleo Hebrew for ‘vav’ V is waw W or uau U)

    You both prove what I have already said – “Tell me the exact reference # with the hebrew word usha – No one (now including you both) ever has”

    In fact Usha is a Sanskrit girls name for a demon goddess – How honoring is that?

    Do the research!

    Until either one of you show the exact reference # with the hebrew word usha – or admit the demon goddess research – there is no other point

    2Ths.2:10-12

  • Servantof Yah Yasha ישע #3467
    Not usha! Yahu יהו + sha שע
    See Translation
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Drdave Perry .
Citing 3467/8 as ‘sha’ is dishonest

And @ Surely you know – that the transition of sound from either w, oo, u to either a long A or a short a will produce a ‘w’ sound

Did you get that? Double U

Whether you like it or not this is the 1st time ‘salvation’ is used in the Torah therefore the entire Bible

The 1st time dictates the usage thru out as per the law of 1st mention

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

H3444
yeshû‛âh
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.
Total KJV occurrences: 78

yeshû‛âh – ring any bells? – Yahshua ???

So your assertion that shua means anything less than the calling or riches – victory, prosperity, deliverance of salvation is the trash of a twisted vain imagination.

Now honestly do this 1 simple thing you (both) have consistently avoided – show the exact reference # for & with the Hebrew (?) word usha – or admit the demon goddess research

Done

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7 thoughts on “Yah-Shua Challenged 2

  1. So We should pronounce the book of Joshua -Jehshua? And Yah – Yeh? If he came “IN” his
    fathers name then One would think it would Phonetically have the same sound too. So it’s either
    Ye-shua (Yah’s Salvation…..I Mean I would then have to Phonetically pronounce it Yeh’s Salvation or…….so on and so forth….Not convinced with either of your arguments. Just more of the same….in my humble opinion. …..Say it, Yeshua, ……Yah’s Salvation…..NO – then you would have to Phonetically say Yeh’s salvation as your phonetically pronouncing it as your defining it.
    I’ve heard so many on the radio do this that it can drive one bonkers! lol.
    Peace to all.

  2. They are saying it’s Yahu……I don’t see this either. But even if they are correct, the 6th letter can be taken out and you would still have the same general understanding. Minus the nail of course can take part of it’s prophetic-nss out though. The way I see things anyway.
    I just think since we were not there some 3,500 years ago, and a preserving of sounds we must trust at this point, then this subject will always be “thorn in our side” until the Great Pictionary
    one explains it when we sit in his instruction.

  3. You guys always comment your assertions without proof – For that’s the only way you can validate your load.

    Show – the word with the definition and reference number

    Yahu – ?

    ushua?

    usha?

    I’ll show you mine

    * Yah – Ps.68:4

    H3050

    יָהּ
    yâhh
    yaw
    Contracted for H3068, and meaning the same; Jah, the sacred name: – Jah, the Lord, most vehement. Cp. names in “-iah,” “-jah.”
    Total KJV occurrences: 49

    * Shua – Job 36:19

    H7769

    שׁוּעַ
    shûa‛
    shoo’-ah
    From H7768; a halloo: – cry, riches.
    Total KJV occurrences: 2

    H7770

    שׁוּעַ
    shûa‛
    shoo’-ah
    The same as H7769; shua, a Canaanite: – Shua, Shuah.
    Total KJV occurrences: 3

    03444. hewvy y@shuw`ah, yesh-oo’-aw
    feminine passive participle of 3467; something saved, i.e. (abstractly) deliverance; hence, aid, victory, prosperity:–deliverance, health, help(-ing), salvation, save, saving (health), welfare.
    See Hebrew 03467 (yasha`)

    … shuw`ah

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

    * yeshua/h – Gen.49:18

    H3444

    יְשׁוּעָה
    yeshû‛âh
    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.
    Total KJV occurrences: 78

    So —- – shua, yeshua, Yah means something – what from the Bible does usha/ushua mean?

    Usha is a Sanskrit name **for girls** meaning Morning, Dawn, Sun rise
    http://www.baby-names-meanings.net/meaning/usha.html

    And lookie what else I found

    03388. avwry Y@ruwsha’, yer-oo-shaw’
    or Yaruwshah {yer-oo-shaw’} **feminine** passive participle of 3423; possessed; Jerusha or Jerushah, as Israelitess:–Jerusha, Jerushah.

    ushua – is just out to lunch

    And lookie this

    The worship of this *”goddess”* spread throughout all the cultures of the world. She is found in India as the Hindu dawn- *goddess* “Usha/Ushas,” and in Western cultures and religions of today, including Christianity, called **”Easter.”**
    http://assemblyoftrueisrael.com/Documents/Sunworship.htm

    And this

    answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110219075731AAovnI6
    USHA- *Female* Hindi myth name of a demon *princess*.

    Nothing else will do –

    The Biblical word – with

    The Biblical definition – with

    The Biblical reference #

    or admit the demon *princess* research

    Well at least its not God – LORD/Lord or Jesus

  4. You make up a spelling YaHU יהו. not found in the text as if it was a legitimate Hebrew word

    Complete with No definition & No reference number –

    From another exchange said – Yahshua which is spelled יהשוע. Which isn’t found in any text

    Yet you both ignore legitimate Hebrew words

    H3444

    יְשׁוּעָה
    yeshû‛âh
    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.
    Total KJV occurrences: 78

    H3050

    יָהּ
    yâhh
    yaw
    Contracted for H3068, and meaning the same; Jah, the sacred name: – Jah, the Lord, most vehement. Cp. names in -iah, -jah.
    Total KJV occurrences: 49

    And you said what??? “Which isn’t found in any text”??? – Don’t look now but you are hoisted on your own petard

    I guess deceitful rhetoric is as far as your honesty goes

    Now show the word w/the verse it is used in, the definition and the reference number.

    Yahu
    Usha
    Ushua

    or admit the demon goddess research

    Well at least you have the pagan – god, lord, jesus thing right

  5. Actually Yahshua means the call or rich (shua) salvation (yeshua) of Yah (short form of Yahweh)

    Now show me the stand alone word;

    yahu/yahw or usha/wsha or sha for that matter in any verse – with the definition and reference number

    Side note ‘usha’ is the sanskit girls name for a demon goddess

    Now – how honoring is that?

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