Many in the Hebrew Roots movement use the name Yeshua, as that is the Modern Hebrew name today.
By doing so, they ignore that “Yeshua” does not embody the name “Yah”. “Ye” means “he” and is passive and does not directly identify YAHUAH by name.
Yeshua and Yehoshua and Yehovah are attempts to not use, write, or pronounce the name of Yah, because some proclaim that we should not use the covenant name in written or oral form.
These names remove Yahuah’s name thereby failing the scriptural test concerning the requirement to express “Yahuah is our savior”.
Shua does not mean salvation, so Yahshua and Yahushua are invalid.
The word ‘shua‘ represents someone crying, and none of the usages are written about the Messiah. The name would represent that ‘Yah is crying out‘.
However, Yahusha carries the root of ‘sha’ (yasha) which means salvation!’.
Some teach that Messiah’s name is “Yahushua” with two Hebrew letter “waws” as representing “two nails” within His hands “on a cross”. However, “Yahushua” is a feminine, not masculine term.
Yahusha is the most accurate name-form for our masculine Messiah, the right arm of Yahuah who saves.
Adonai is a title, not the Father’s name
“Adonai” is a Hebrew word of respectful salutation which is usually translated in modern English as “Mr.” or “Sir, and can also mean Master/Owner.”
The deception of Constantine regarding the name Jesus Christ.
Just as the Son, the tribe of Yahudah and the prophets, were named after the Father, to give him glory; pagan cultures also named people after their gods, to give them glory.
The Romans ended names using “sous/sus/us” to honor their god Zeus, such as;
Julius Caesar, Gaius Julius, Titus Flāvius Caesar Vespasiānus Augustus, Flavius Aetius,
The full name of Roman Emperor Constantine, who created the religion of Christianity, was “Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus Augustus”.
Now look at the name Jesus, which is the Greek/English name given for the Messiah. It ends in ‘us’, which is very troubling.
The name of the Messiah should proclaim that the “Father Saves” which gives glory to the Father.
Instead the name Jesus gives glory to Zeus.
“Jesus” is supposed to be the Anglicized equivalent of the Greek “Iesous,” but really, if it is, it is troubling to say the least. The English name “Jesus” stems etymologically from “Jupiter-Zeus” the chief god of the ancient Greek Olympus – the coded occult appellation evolving from “J-Zeus”. . . “J-sus”. . . “Je-sus,” to “Jesus”. . . Some authorities, who have spent their entire lives studying the origins of names believe that “Jesus” actually means— “Hail Zeus!” For Iesous in Greek is “Hail Zeus.” That is, “Ie” translates as “Hail” and “sous” or “sus” is Zeus. The Jesus of modern Christendom is nothing more than the Egyptian form of Jupiter-Zeus, Serapis. . . Dictionary of Christian Lore and Legend, J.C.J. Melford, 1983, p. 126.
Satan empowered the Roman Empire to try to wipe out the Early Church, killing 10 million saints, but the Church miraculously grew even faster.
So Satan caused Emperor Constantine to employ a new strategy to destroy the Church of Christ from within.
Constantine stopped the persecution of Christians, and proceeded to create a pagan based form of Christianity, which became Roman Catholicism.
But instead of using the Messiah’s true Hebrew name of Yahusha Messiah, Constantine and his council used a combination of pagan gods, Caesar, Crishna [Krishna], Mithra, Horus, and Zeus (Historia Ecclesiastica, Eusebius, c. 325), to form the new Roman god, Jesus Christ.
The name Jesus points to Horus and Zeus. The title of Christ points to Crishna.
The true name of the Son ‘Yahusha’ has immense power because the Father’s name ‘Yah’ is embedded into it, meaning ‘Yah Saves’. The name Jesus has no inherent power and is spiritually meaningless.
Furthermore, the scriptures say that “…there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved.” (Acts 4:12). This emphatically means we are saved only through his true name, not a made-up name that was created to honour some other pagan gods.