Names - The Trumpet of Yahveh

Love in Messiah5.The Trumpet
Sound an Alarm
Joel 2
The Trumpet of Yahveh,
The Trumpets
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Isa 52:5-6
"And all day long
my name is constantly blasphemed.
Therefore my people will know my name;
therefore in that day they will know
that it is I who foretold it.
Yes, it is I."
Joel 2:1
Blow the trumpet in Zion;
sound the alarm on my holy hill.
Let all who live in the land tremble,
for the day of YAHVEH is coming.
It is close at hand-
Latin Languages, it would be necessary to
maintain some meaning in both languages
that equivocates the meaning of “Yah is our
salvation”. Since this is not the case, the
word JESUS is some sort of total
replacement device, probably used in order
to appeal to the hearers of the name. The
Greeks’ ambition was obviously to maintain
the sound of some previously familiar
name—and since “koine” Greek was the
language of the common people, the name
zeus was a natural choice to use. In some
places in the former Soviet Union, the name
JESUS is spelled Jezus, having come
directly from the Koine Greek. The Excuses
used by the Jesuits to explain the name
JESUS fall apart when the difference
between “translate” and transliterate” are
explained. “
There are many in research of the
origin of the Greek interpretation of the
name Jesus. The true question is just how
did we get from the Hebrew name of
Yahshua meaning Yah is Salvation to
Jesus. Yahshua was a Hebrew with a
Hebrew name, not a Greek name, not an
English name.
When I go to another
country they may talk in their language but
they will call me by my English name. They
will not change it into their language, my
name is my name no matter where on earth
I am living.
I understand the resistance of many
Christians who “just can’t get there with the
Name”. They argue that they were saved,
baptized, healed and cast out demons on
the name of Jesus. I did too. But, when
knowledge came to me and my saviors true
name revealed to me I wanted to use HIS
Folks, truth is truth. A seed planted
hundreds or thousands of years ago can
grow in a huge tree that could take a life
time to remove. Just research. There is
plenty of information and this is a fine pearl
that the devil wants to keep hidden.
Just The Facts
Yahveh / God? / LORD? / Yahweh
The definition for the name God: A common
Teutonic word for the personal object of religious
worship, formerly applicable to superhuman beings
of heathen myth; on conversion of Teutonic races
to Christianity, term was applied to Supreme
Being, and to Persons of the Trinity. [Ref:
Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th edition; Webster’s
Twentieth Century Dictionary, Unabridged, 1st
edition; Encyclopedia of Religions.]
God, depending upon whose definition you use is
not a name, but a title or a station. When you look
up the name God or especially the capitalized
word LORD in the Strong’s Concordance, you will
find it says, “Yahweh or Yahveh or Jehovah”.
Jehovah cannot be used since there were no J’s in
any language until roughly 500 years ago. Many
“Christians” do not want to use the correct Hebrew
name of the Father. They feel it is “Jewish”. What
a shame! Listen to the scriptures.
For from the rising of the sun even unto the going
down of the same My Name shall be great among
the Gentiles: and in every place incense shall be
offered unto My Name, and a pure offering: for My
Name shall be great among the heathen, saith the
Lord (Yahveh) of Hosts. Mal 1:11 (kjv) Let us
boldly speak the wonderful Name of the Father. He
wants it known, there is love and power in His
Name, hwhy (YAHVEH)!! I will show the holiness
of My Great Name, which has been profaned
among the nations, the name you have profaned
among them. The nations will know that I am the
LORD (Yahveh), declares the Sovereign LORD
(Yahveh), when I show myself holy through you
before their eyes. Ezek 36:23 (kjv) Even the
“Jewish” believers are using other
Names to describe the Father. A favorite one
is “HaShem”, which means “The Name”. If
believers continue to use names as HaShem,
God, Lord, Jehovah is it little wonder we
believers do not know The Name of the
Creator, but have called HIM by a Teutonic
word. Since the scriptures declare that the
Creator wanted His name known we use it with
love and reverence! There is controversy as to
the correct spelling and pronunciation of HIS
name. hwhy is the correct spelling, but with no
vowel sounds it makes it hard to know the
correct way it sounds. Many say: Yah-weh
with a w sound. We use the V sound as in Yah
-veh. But, we are still learning. Some believe it
is more like a breath that sounds more like Yah
-woo-a, a very soft sound. And some use
Yahuweh. What we do know is that it is NOT
Lord, LORD, God, Jehovah.
Concordance on the word LORD:
Yehovah (yeh-ho-vaw'); from
OT:1961; (the) self-Existent or Eternal;
Jehovah, Jewish national name of God: KJV Jehovah, the Lord. Compare OT:3050,
OT:3069. Now we have already addressed the
letter J, so we know Jehovah is not correct. Do
we want to Translate the Sacred Names or do
we want to transliterate them?
Translate: to carry across a meaning of
interpretation from one language to another.
What would otherwise be gibberish or
confusion is explained and rendered
understandable when the sound from one
language is equated with a similar idea or
concept in another. It matters not if the sound
is written or spoken; the objective is to convey
or transfer the meaning of the word or concept.
Transliterate: From one language to another
involves “trans-lettering” to take each
corresponding letter from the original language
and use the closest sounding letters in the
target alphabet to duplicate the exact sound of
the word. The meaning of the word is not
involved in this process.
To quote a well documented book, “Come out
of her My People”.
Pg.57 “The Name
Yahuweh has been substituted in our
translations of the Scriptures with the title
“Lord” some 6823 times. The short form, Yah,
has also been substituted 48 times with “Lord,”
and only in one place was it retained as: Yah,
in Ps. 68:4, in the older and more literal
translations. Further, wherever we read “GOD”
in capital letters, that too is a substitute for
“Yahuweh.” This title, “lord,” is applied to all
heathen deities, if the word “god” is not used
for them. In most cases “lord” and “god” are
used interchangeable for pagan idols. For
instance, Hare Krishna is popularly known as
“Lord”. I Cor. 8:5 Paul says, “There are many
gods and many lords.” So, who then do we
worship? Surely it is time for the followers of
the Creator to use His name!
Yahshua / Yeshua / Jesus
Yah = Yahveh / Shua = saves
Yahshua = Yahveh is salvation
If the letter J is only a little over 500 years old,
just how did we get Jesus? Lew White of
Strawberry Islands explains it this way. “The
name Jesus cannot fit into the idea of being a
translation, since to do this it would have to
have a meaning in the target language.
Yahshua (or Yahushua, Y’shua) means “Yah is
our salvation”. Since it has been claimed (and
defended by Jesuits for centuries) to be a
translation into the Greek, the subsequently the