Etymology of the Name Jesus

Why I Call Him Yehoshua Don't worry, I'm not saying anything against your preferred pronunciation, whether it be Jesus, Iesous, Isa, Yeshua or however you say salvation in your language.  Even though I know the etymology of the Name I still try to say Jesus in English because it's the name most people recognize. I... Continue Reading →

Why Was YHVH Replaced by LORD?

Do You Recognize The Eternal Name of Our Creator?  It is difficult to recognize the references of our Creator's Eternal Name because YHVH has been removed from our translations and LORD has been added.  So when we read references, like the one above, "I Am the Living One," we may miss that it is YHVH.... Continue Reading →

Shavuot is the Festival of Weeks

How The Wheat Harvest Reveals Spiritual Life Shavuot is the Hebrew Word Meaning Weeks In English Shavuot is referred to as Pentecost, derived from the Greek word 50th. It is also called the Feast of Weeks, Numbers 28:26, Oaths, First-fruits of the Wheat Harvest and the feast of In-gathering. "You shall celebrate the Feast of Weeks,... Continue Reading →

The Oneness of His Name

The Oneness of His Name "...YHVH Echad," is the original Hebrew phrase translated, The Lord, (YHVH) is One.  We see this phrase in the opening line of the Shema, Deuteronomy 6:4.  Quoted by Y'shua, (Jesus); Matthew 22:37; Mark 12:30; Luke 10:27 as being the essence of all YHVH's instructions.  He even explains the true meaning of Echad. Holy... Continue Reading →

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