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יהוה is the Hebrew Name of Our Father in Heaven

Zechariah 14:9 And יהוה will be King over all the earth; on that day יהוה will be the only one, and His Name the only one.~NASB

The Name of Our Father was not known, but according to the scripture, Our Father will only have one Name. But we have help from The Son of Our Father. Our Father knew this would happen. False gods are emerging, all using the Hebrew vowel system on the Hebrew Tetragrammaton, the four letters in Hebrew representing Our Father’s Name.

This is why Yeshua gave us The Messiah’s Prayer without using Our Father’s Name.

Our Father in Heaven, hallowed be your Name. Thy Kingdom come thy will be done, on Earth as it is in Heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. Do not let us succumb to temptation, but deliver us from evil. For yours is the Kingdom, the Power and the Glory, forever and ever. In the Name of Yeshua, amen.

יֱשַּׁע Yeshua is The Messiah

pronounced Ye’-shu’-a

ישע ישַּׁע Yeshua is The Messiah pronounced יֱשַּׁע Ye’-shu’-a

TRANSLATION NOTES

Yesha יֶשַׁע absolute state (salvation)

Sounds like Yesha even when you spell it Yeshua יֶשַׁוּע

https://www.pealim.com/dict/6871-yesha/

Yeshua means “Salvation”.

It is pronounced Ye’-shu’-a. Locally, He would have been called Yeshua (Ye’shu’uh) (Galilean Aramaic accent). It’s just something to know about Him. This is the only Aramaic thing to believe. The night of Yeshua’s trial, Peter’s accent gave him away as a Galilean.

and in the Torah the final letter is always ayin. There is a partial /a/ sound in it.

Once again we return to the Torah for absolution. It is the supreme authority in Hebrew.

שוע is pronounced shu’-a Salvation.

Therefore Ye’shu’a is absolute. Ye’sha and shu’a. Both

Ye’sha in the absolute state and shu’a. So for for pronunciation we will favor the absolute state “and” the Torah. Ye’shu’a. Our Father in Heaven made it impossible to undermine it or to change the pronunciation.

The reason it’s not Ye-shu’-ah

https://www.abarim-publications.com/Meaning/Shuah.html

Philippians 2:9 Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name: ~King James Version

The reason we use the Name Yeshua is because it means Salvation.

The, “sus” in English means swine or “bearded pig”. It is said the /s/ was added in Greek to indicate masculine. Possibly true at the time of translation. But since Greek is not universally translated with the /s/ we do not use it. Also, Hebrew names in the Bible have meaning that can be lost in translation or transliteration, rendering them meaningless. We don’t want to lose “Salvation”.

Our Beloved Yeshua

A song of appreciation

Our Beloved Yeshua, this is your day
You are alive, and it’ll always be that way
You brought Our Father’s name and taught us how to live
Taught us how to love and taught us how to give
And showed us the way

Now you’re with Ahv, as you have always been
From the moment you awoke
From the moment you spoke
And learned our Father’s name
It’s something we have learned
And we believe in you the same

Our beloved Yeshua, we will not forget
Whenever we pray, for whatever we get
We know that you’re alive
And helping everyone
Helping our Father
And for everything you’ve done, for us

Thank you Our Brother, this is your day
You are alive and it will always be that way
You brought Our Father’s name and taught us how to live
Taught us how to love and taught us how to give
And showed us the way

Our beloved Yeshua this your day
You are alive it’ll always be that way
We remember this day, you taught us how to love
Like Our Father above, and showed us the way

About this song

How we know Our Father’s Name

Yeshua brought Our Father’s Name from Heaven and taught His disciples that Our Father is love.

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