Why do you say Yâhuwshúa` is Yâ-hwéh?
Have you ever heard a Christian say, “Jesus is Lord”? Probably more often than with the definite article “Jesus is the Lord”, but if you simply capitalize what they say, King James Version style, they are saying “Jesus is the LORD”. Think about what it is they are trying to say, they are trying to say that the Anointed One Who came and lived a sinless life and gave His life on the cross and rose again and lives forever is the same One Who speaks throughout the scriptures you know as “the Old Testament”!
It is a sad thing that few Christians saying this have actually thought this through, that it means that.
But when we say Yâhuwshúa` is Yâ-hwéh, we are actually SAYING that the Anointed is the same Sovereign found throughout all scriptures, and we are saying it using His REAL NAMES, not the terms used in the King James Version and other scripture versions approved by this world’s establishment, which serves satan.
So therefore, Christians saying “Jesus is Lord” shouldn’t have trouble with our saying Yâhuwshúa` is Yâ-hwéh, because it not only professes that the Anointed One is the Personhood of the Most High, but it says it using the proper names too.