There Are No J's in The Hebrew Language
There are no J’s in the Hebrew language.
Over five hundred years after the apostles died their names were changed to Greek. Greek was the world’s language, as English is today. Read my blog post The Name Of The Lord Yahweh The Creator to learn more.
Jesus = Yahshua
Yah = The Father (John 5:43 come in the Father’s name)
Shua = The Son, Savior
Holy Ghost = Greek ‘Pneuma Hagion’ (the spirit that is holy)
Yah - The self-existing one; always was, is, and is to come.
(John 8:54 Before Abraham was, I AM)
Shua (Son) - He who is a savior; He who is salvation (rescue or safety) physically or morally; to deliver; health; save (make whole); saving health; preservation of life (soul), in the flesh
Holy Ghost - The spirit that is holy (pneuma hagion), the Spirit of the Father is Holy.
(John 10:30, John 14:10, 11)
Isa. 9:6; 7:14; 8:8
Luke 2:4, Matt. 1:23
Joshua=Yahshua, Yah is salvation,
Moses=Mosheh, saved by water
Elijah=Eliyahu, Yah is God
Jacob=Ya’akob, heel catcher, contender
Jacob changed to Israel=Yisra’el, God Contends
Jews= Yahudim, Yah’s wife (bride)
John=Yahuchanon, Yah shows favor
Ezekiel= Yechezqel, God will strengthen
Saul= Sha’ul, asked for, prayed for
Peter= Kepha, called Cephas in Gal 2:9; John 1:42
Peter= (Greek), a loose and moveable stone
Jerusalem= Yerushalayim, city of peace
Pure words Ps. 12:6
Thy word is very pure Ps. 119:140
I turn to the people a pure language Zeph. 3:9
Meaning to clarify i.e. brighten; examine; select:-make right; choice; chosen; cleanse (be clean); clearly; polished; (shew self) pure(ify); purge (out)
Heb. 10:22 pure water
Heb. 10:23 hold fast to your profession (covenant)