YAHUWSHÚA` IS YÂ-HWÉH
The Difference Between Yâhuwshúa`is Yâ-hwéh and “Jesus is Lord”
Shouldn’t accuracy and correctness be important to us? Isn’t correctness and truth important to Him?
Correctness is a modern term for the KJV term “Righteousness”. Do you want to be correct, “righteous” about His names? Error and Mistake is a modern term for the KJV term “Sin”. Do you want to err about His name, and “sin” about His names?
Some people have been formed to immediately realize what’s wrong with changing the names of Who we worship. It changes Who we worship. Some people don’t take too well to being called something different by someone else. These are more likely to object to renaming Yâ-hwéh Yâhuwshúa`.
But most people these days understand the concept of “identity theft”. The adversary has perpetrated massive amounts of identity theft, AND slander against Yâ-hwéh Yâhuwshúa`. And the degree of the deception is beyond the ability of most people to accept, so they go into denial. Traditional Christianity today has over 90% of its doctrines exchanged for satan’s information. So when a Christian today is happy and wants to pray and honor the Most High, sadly, all the credit and honor is being diverted to the most low, satan, because the terms being used are all about satan. Identity theft.
What is The Difference Between Yâhuwshúa` and “Jesus” or “Yeshua”?
Yâhuwshúa` is the only best way to transliterate and transcribe the true name of the Anointed One, whose name is easy to find in Hebrew. One doesn’t need to use supercomputers to find “bible codes” to find out what His name is. It is written in ZkharYâ´hu (“zechariah”) that one man’s name there was a portent of the name of the Branch. That man’s name was Yâhuwshúa` Bën-Yâhuwtsâthâ´q. Also, it is written in the Letter (Epistle) of Bar-Nâvíy (“Barnabas”) that Moshéh renamed his servant Howshë´`á “Yâhuwshua`” in order that Yisrâ’ë´l would listen to him. This KJV “Joshua” is actually the name Yâhuwshúa`, and that name’s spelling is the same.
Further evidence that Yâhuwshúa` is the proper rendition of this name is finding that “Joshua” appears more than once in the KJV “New Testament” written as “Jesus”. This means that Yâhuwshúa`’s name is the one which went through the mill to become “Jesus”. This means that EVERYWHERE you might find “Jesus” written, it should be restored to Yâhuwshúa`, to be correct (“righteous”) and not in error (“sin”).
You may have seen the name written in lexicons or Schofield reference notes as “Yehoshua”. Yâhuwshúa` gets altered by the jewish scribes to falsely read “yehowshua”/“yehoshua”. This they do in order to comply with a religious rule they have, to alter any name beginning in Yâhuw- to Yehow- in order to avoid saying the name of Yâ-hwéh, because the short form of the name Yâ-hwéh is Yâ´hu, which can appear in the beginning or at the end of names in Hebrew. But as you see with NetanYahuw, they don’t object to keep it intact at the end of a name. It is wrong to avoid saying His name. Scripture says we ought all to boastfully praise His name openly and publicly, and this is the meaning of Háleluw Yâ´hu!
The name Yâhuwshúa`, when written in Hebrew, appears as Y-H-W-Sh-`. This name cannot spell “Yeshua” because “Yeshua” is written Y-Sh-`, and it does not contain the two extra letters. Moreover, there are several verses in scripture we have found to denounce a “Yeshua”, meaning that this false name “Yeshua” will be one name used for the impostor to come, commonly called the “antichrist”.
But there is even much more evidence about “Jesus” being a name for this impostor to come, even the Greek spelling of the letters 666 sounds like "Jesus".
Who is Yâ-hwéh?
The Most High is Yâ-hwéh. He is both the Father AND the Son. The only One Who can completely contain the Father is the Son. The Son referred to the Father as His Own Greatness. To understand this better, consider the Father as the Greatness, the Power, the Honor, the Love, the Light, the Life, the Goodness of Yâ-hwéh, Which is illimitable, undefinable in any number of words, uncontainable in our minds, beyond our comprehension, and better than we could ever imagine. And consider the Son as His Image, His Being, His Néphesh (mistranslated as "soul"), His Servant, His Personhood in fact.
The terms “father” and “son” are limited in the application to Him to refer to His relationship to His own Power, and one should not apply the biological aspects to this. This explanation is supported by all inspired scriptures, particularly when correctly translated. Not one contradicts it, unless mistranslated.
Are You Sure Yâ-hwéh is The Correct Rendering of His Name?
People outside Him have seen the Hebrew transcription of this name Yâ-hwéh as YHWH and not wanting to pronounce it, named that transcription tetragrammaton in Greek, barbelo in Aramaic, when scripture says in Chanówkh to not abbreviate His names. Other people see YHWH and, not knowing Hebrew linguistics, put in the wrong vowels. To read an in-depth study about the true linguistics, please visit our sister site at Yahuwshua.org. The satanic scribes wrote in the wrong vowels into YHWH in their altered scriptures, to correspond with their false tradition to say, “adonay elohim” (my sovereign the daemon ones) and produced “yehowah” which evolved to “Jehovah”. But this itself has an evil meaning in Hebrew which identifies satan.
What is the importance of saying Yâhuwshúa` is Yâ-hwéh?
Romans 10: 9-10 makes clear that this is the Good Saying, which one must profess with one’s mouth in order to be saved. It is not enough to believe in one’s heart that the Power raised Him from the dead, that justifies one, and this surely is important, but to be saved, one must profess Yâhuwshúa` is Yâ-hwéh to be saved. Surely most Christians believe enough to be justified, but these do not profess His names to be saved.
And to say this saving testimony correctly, one must have both names correct. Else one is saying someone else is Yâ-hwéh, or that Yâhuwshúa` is someone else. That won’t work. Here’s a link to show you how to properly pronounce His names, because the names are a call, a sound, which if spoken wrong, does not call Him. Listen to this and try to imitate what you hear, and see why we spelled it “Yâhuwshúa` is Yâ-hwéh”.