Daniel Botkin explains the Hebrew linguistics of the names "Yeshua" and "Yahshua" and how "Yahshua" is a mistransliteration by Sacred Name advocates to fit an erroneous interpretation of John 5: He also clearly establishes the fact that the English name "Jesus" has absolutely no pagan connection and is simply a derivation of "Yesous," the Greek transliteration of "Yeshua.
As it is said, 'His glory is great in Thy salvation, honour and majesty hast Thou laid upon Him. For example, the Midrash Rabbah includes some of the following passages: From the time of creation constant reference is made in Holy Writ to Messiah and the Messianic hope of Israel. Just as Judah, though not the eldest, had always precedence of Reuben and the other tribes as is to be seen in various parts of the Bible -- Numbers 2: Exodus Rabbah 35 Moses, the first redeemer, rode on an ass, gave the Israelites manna for food, and brought up the water.
So also shall Messiah be seen riding on an ass Zech. When King Solomon speaks of his 'beloved,' he usually means Israel the nation. In one instance he compares his beloved to a roe, and therein he refers to a feature which marks alike Moses and the Messiah, the two redeemers of Israel.
Just as a roe comes within the range of man's vision only to disappear from sight and then appear again, so it is with these redeemers. Moses appeared to the Israelites, then disappeared, and eventually appeared once more, and the same peculiarity we have in connexion with Messiah; He will appear, disappear, and appear again Midrash Numbers Rabbah So greatly shall Zion rejoice and so glorious will be the restoration of the Temple service in the days of Messiah, that three additional strings will be required besides the seven that were formerly upon the harps used by the Levites.
In this way only will it be possible for the whole people to give expression to the depths of reverence for their God that shall then stir their hearts Numbers Rabbah 15 and Tanchuma Behalotcho. For, just as all sacrifices were formerly brought to Jerusalem, so in future shall messengers come with offerings to Messiah, and all kings shall prostrate themselves before him Midrash Esther 1.
This refers to created order before the sin and fall of Adam and Eve. After the fall of Adam, however, the word is spelled differently in the Hebrew text, with a missing letter Vav i.
The Vav was "lost. In all of Scripture, the only two places where we see the restored spelling is in Genesis 2: God was going to "break through" the families of mankind in order to restore creation back to its original intent. The letter Vav represents man, and the very first Vav in the Torah is associated with the "first and last" man as seen in Genesis 1: The Restored Vav is a picture of the Mashiach who would would descend from the "generations" of the line of Perez.
The genealogy of the descendants of Perez indicated that the promised abolition of death through the work of his descendant the Messiah was drawing near. Just as the original Vav was lost through the first Adam and his sin, so the Vav is restored the obedience of the "Second Adam," the Mashiach Yeshua.
The Meaning of Word "Mashiach" The word "Messiah" mashiach comes from the verb mashach, which means to smear or anoint with oil, usually for the purpose of dedicating or consecrating something such as a temple vessel or someone such as a prophet, priest or king for the service of Adonai.
Qal 3ms; to anoint or smear with oil; to consecrate. Occurrences of shoresh in Tanakh: The person or thing anointed by God was called mashiach - an "anointed one" or "chosen one": This could be a priest Lev 4: M'shichim as divinely chosen agents in the Tanakh include:Yeshua (ישוע , with vowel pointing יֵשׁוּעַ – yēšūă‘ in Hebrew) was a common alternative form of the name יְהוֹשֻׁעַ ("Yehoshua" – Joshua) in later books of the Hebrew Bible and among Jews of the Second Temple alphabetnyc.com name corresponds to the Greek spelling Iesous, from which, through the Latin Iesus, comes the English spelling Jesus.
The ‘Christ’ which is derived from the Greek word ‘Christos’ which means ‘Anointed One’ or Messiah, which is Mashiach or Moshiach in Hebrew. So ‘Yeshua Mashiach’ and ‘Jesus Christ’ are one and the same. Nov 01, · Jesus and the Hebrew Alphabet Discussion in 'Messianic Judaism' started by yinonyavo, Aug 8, Hebrew letter/Eng =/ meaning /verse about Jesus lit/symbolic Because I DO KNOW that Messiah himself did not speak our Hebrew or old Hebrew with the common.
How "Yeshua" Became "Jesus" The first letter in the name Yeshua ("Jesus") is the yod. Yod represents the "Y" sound in Hebrew. Many names in the Bible that begin with yod are mispronounced by English speakers because the yod in these names was transliterated in English Bibles with .
The Messiah’s Hebrew name is usually transliterated as either Yeshua or Yahshua. Under normal circumstances I would not bother to write an article about something as trivial as the difference between the vowel sounds "e" and "ah.". The book also provides fascinating information throughout, to illustrate how learning Hebrew gives you a better understanding of the Lord Jesus, the Jewish Messiah.
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