YAH, Yil, YASHA not God or Jesus or Lord, Why?

Many people think that it is permissible to still use the pagan titles of God, Lord, Jesus because man says it is permissible. But do we go by what man says in such an important matter or do we look to the scriptures for answers?

Matt.15:9 But in vain they do worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men.

Hosea 2:26,17  And it shall be at that day, saith the Yah, that thou shalt call me Ishi; and shalt call me no more Baali. For I will take away the names of Baalim out of her mouth, and they shall no more be remembered by their name.

Jeremiah 16:19-21  O Yah, my strength, and my fortress, and my refuge in the day of affliction, the Gentiles shall come unto thee from the ends of the earth, and shall say, Surely our fathers have inherited lies, vanity, and things wherein there is no profit. Shall a man make gods unto himself, and they are no gods? Therefore, behold, I will this once cause them to know, I will cause them to know mine hand and my might; and they shall know that my name is The Yah.

Joel 2:32  And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the name of the Yah shall be delivered: for in mount Zion and in Jerusalem shall be deliverance, as the Yah hath said, and in the remnant whom the Yah shall call.

Other references are Zephaniah 3:9, Zechariah 13:2,9.

If you truly are seeking your Father… would you seriously want to call him by a title instead he is our Yil …. Abba…. our Father.  Some people say that it will be too strange and we will put people off by calling him by his actual name.  Are you looking to not put people off and instead put off our Father?  Would you rather please man?  And offend Yah?  People have been following traditions set by men.  What should you do…. of course… study the word… study history and see where these traditions began.

 

When we first discovered the Memorial Name, the names we thought correct were “Yahweh” and “Yahshua”.  And we used these names until this year right after Pentecoste, after searching for more information on the flock of Sharon, Yasharon and the name of Yasha we found the true names of Yah and Yasha. We must dig for truths as treasure and this is truly a treasure that came forth at the time it was needed.  Now we can call on the name of Yasha and Yah for his power in these last days for the little flock Yasharon.

“Praise Him by His Name Yah”. Psalm 68:4. We have since discovered the true names through a researcher named Hannah.  We want to share this information here:

 

ARE YOU AWARE THAT,

  • the name “Jesus” is only 500 years old, and therefore could not have been the name the angel gave Him before His birth?
  • there is no “J” in the Hebrew or Greek languages, and there was no “J” in the English language until the 16th century? [Designing with Type, pages 12, 13.]
  • when the Savior spoke to Paul on the road to Damascus, He spoke in the Hebrew language, and therefore could not have called Himself by the Latin name “Jesus”. Acts 26:14, 15.
  • the Savior told us He came in His Father’s Name and few would accept Him. Yahanan 5:43.
  • He warned us about another who would come in his own name and the world would worship him. Yahanan 5:43; Revelation 13:4.
  • the Father’s Name is in the New King James Bible. Psalm 68:4, “Sing to God, sing praises to His name; Extol Him who rides on the clouds, by His Name YAH, and rejoice before Him.”
  • the reason we don’t have the Savior’s Name in the New Testament is because He was accused of blasphemy. Mattithyah 26:62-66; Luke 22:69.
  • the penalty for blasphemy is death. Leviticus 24:16.
  • the blasphemer’s name would be blotted out of the tribes of Yasharon. Deuteronomy 29:20, 21.
  • the New Testament was originally inspired and written in Hebrew and later translated into the Hellenist language. All the prophets were Hebrew, except Luke, and he received his information “as they delivered them to us, which from the beginning were eyewitnesses, and ministers of the Word.” Luke 1:2.
  • if the Savior’s Name was Greek, as some believe, then why didn’t the Greeks of Athens understand this? “…What will this chatterer say? Other some, ‘He seems to be a setter forth of foreign gods…” Acts 17:18.
  • the Hellenist translators substituted their savior god “Zeus” for our Savior’s Name, because they were ordered not to teach or preach in the true Name of the Savior. Acts 4:17, 18; 5:28, 40, 41.
  • we can say this because the original 1611 KJV has the following: “And many lepers were in Israel in the time of Elizeus the Prophet: and none of them was cleansed, sauing Naaman the Syrian” Luke 4:27. [Elizeus was a substitute for the prophet Yilyasha.
  • the Almighty has told us not to call Him “Lord” anymore [Hosha 2:16] and the Scripture reads as follows in the original inspired writings. “And it will be at that day, says Yah, that you will call Me Yasha; and will call Me no more my Lord.”
  • the translators tell us that the word LORD or GOD in capital letters was substituted for the Memorial Name of the Creator in the Old Testament. [See the introduction or preface to the NKJV page x; RSV page v; and NEB page xvi.]
  • the Savior told us, “For nothing is secret, that will not be made manifest; neither hid that will not be known and come abroad.” “For there is nothing covered that will not be revealed; neither hid, that will not be known.” Luke 8:17; 12:2.
  • everything which our Heavenly Father has not given us as truth will be rooted up whether it offends anyone or not. Mattithyah 15:13; Colossians 2:21,22.
  • error will never become truth no matter how long someone has believed it. 2 Kefa 3:17; 1 Yahanan 4:6.
  • the Savior said Yilyah would return and restore all things before His 2nd appearing. Mattithyah 17:10, 11.
  • the Savior acknowledged that Yahanan the Immerser was a partial fulfillment of this prophecy, because he came in the “spirit and power of Yilyah”. Mattithyah 17:12, 13; Luke 1:16, 17.
  • those who give the true message in the last days will be regarded as coming in the “spirit and power of Yilyah” and thus fulfill this prophecy in our day. Malaky 4:5, 6; Yashayah 58:12.
  • Yilyah’s message was one regarding the name of the Mighty One we are to worship. 1 Kings 18:21, 24.
  • His Name is a Memorial. “The Almighty said moreover to Mosheh, ‘This is what you will say to the children of Yasharon, Yah the Ruler of your fathers, the Ruler of Abraham, the Ruler of Yitshak, and the Ruler of Yakob, has sent me to you: this is My Name forever, and this is MY MEMORIAL to all nations.” Exodus 3:15. “I will make Your Name to be remembered [Memorialize] in all generations: therefore the people will praise You forever and ever.” Psalm 45;17. “Your name, O Yah, endures forever; Your Memorial, O Yah, throughout all generations.” Psalm 135:13. “Even Yah the Creator of hosts; Yah is His Memorial.” Hosha 12:5.
  • the Savior told us the Scriptures testify of Him. Yahanan 5:39.
  • you can find His Name in the Old Testament under Savior, there is only one name in the Hebrew for Savior.
  • Yashayah originally told us the Savior’s Name, and the translators substituted ‘Salvation’ for His name. Yashayah 62:11.
  • Zakaryah also gave us the Savior’s name under salvation. Zakaryah 9:9.
  • Obadiyah tells us His name under ‘Saviors’. Obadiyah 21.
  • Yah will deliver us because we know His Name. Psalm 91:14; 116:4.
  • we are to praise His Name all day long. Psalm 113:1-3.
  • The righteous guard His Name and are safe. Proverbs 18:10.
  • Agur, a fanciful name for Shalomoh, knew about the relationship of the Father and Son and asks us a very important question. “…What is His Name, and what is His Son’s Name, if you can tell?” Proverbs 30:4.
  • the oil the foolish virgins needed was His Spirit teaching His Name. Song of Shalomoh 1:3. Mattithyah 25:1-13.
  • the Latter Rain includes the publishing and preaching of His Name. Deuteronomy 32:1-3.
  • The Latter Rain hasn’t fallen yet because many are still in Babylon. Yeremiyah 3:3; Revelation 17:1-6.
  • The Almighty told us His people would know His Name. Yashayah 52:5, 6.
  • one of the prophets said he was called by Yah’s name. Yeremiyah 15:16.
  • there would be those who would cause His people to forget His Name. Yeremiyah 23:27. [Baal is translated “Lord”, as is “Adonai”. Today His name is substituted with Lord, God, Adonai, but the true name will be found only by those who love Him, are wise and are diggning beneath the “rubbish of error.”]
  • He has told us about the idols that will defile His Name. Yeremiyah 32:34; Hezekiyah 20:39.
  • We are to call on His Name for salvation. Yayil 2:32.
  • a Book of Remembrance is written for those who fear, speak to each other about, and think upon His Name. Malaky 3:16.
  • If you refuse to listen to His messengers who speak from the Scriptures, He will allow you to go on believing a lie. 2 Thessalonians 2:8-12.
  • The name “Jesus” or “Yeshua” (or any variation of a name that has “shua” connected with it, because it is simply the Hebrew way of saying the Latin ‘Jesus’ and ‘Jesuit’.] has no power to save. Yahanan 3:16-18; 1 Yahanan 5:13.

CONSIDER THIS:

How can Satan impersonate the Savior when he comes to set up his kingdom in Israel, and come in the very name that is used now to cast him out?

“…I will ascend into heaven,

I will exalt my throne above the Prince of Yah,

I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation,

In the sides of the North,

I will ascend above the heights of the angels,

I will be like the most High.”

Yashayah 14:13, 14.

“And all the world followed the beast. {4} and they bowed down to Satan which gave power to the beast…” Revelation 13:3, 4.

“A 3rd angel followed them and said in a loud voice: “If anyone worships the beast and his image and receives his mark on the forehead or on the hand, {10} he, too, will drink of the wine of Yah’s fury, which has been poured full strength into the cup of His wrath. He will be tormented with burning sulfur in the presence of the loyal angels and of the Lamb. {11} And the smoke of their torment rises forever and ever. There is no rest day or night for those who worship the beast and his image, or for anyone who receives the mark of his name.” {12} This calls for patient endurance on the part of the saints who obey Yah’s commandments and have the faith of Yasha.” Revelation 14:9-12.

“Neither is there salvation in any other [name]: for there is no other name under heaven given among men, by which we must be saved.” Acts 4:12.

Yah and Yasha!

On the front of the Bible – Bethel Addition – there are 2 names in Hebrew characters: The first hw hy, [YH VH- reading from right to left] they pronounce as “Yahweh” and the second is (#why [Yhosha-the “vav” [w]can be either a “v”, “o” or “oo”. [We will explain why we use the “o” in this name later.] which they pronounce “Yahshua”. We also discovered that there is no “w” in Hebrew. The American Peoples Ency. 1-649 reads: “The “W” added in the Middle Ages . . . to create the new character “W”. The origin of the “W” was indicated by its English name of “double U” or its French name of “double ve.”
In Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary under #2053 it shows the “vav” as the 6th Hebrew character. The Hebrew Alphabet is found in the 119th Psalm. The 6th character in some translations will read “vau” and in others “waw”.
We read the introductions to all the Bibles we have and they mentioned they had substituted the “LORD” in capital letters for the “Tetragrammaton”, which is a Greek word that means “4”. But in Psalm 68:4, and Exodus 3:14 it was only the 2 characters, hy “Yah”. There are also 100 other times when it is just the “yod and hey”, “Yah”.
In looking up “Yahshua” [(w#hy] we couldn’t find it in Scripture, or in Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary. We looked up salvation and found:
#3444 = Yeshuah – h(w#y feminine From # 3467.
#8668 = Teshuah – hqw#t from 7768 in the sense of # 3467.
#4190 = Mowshah – h(#wm from # 3467
#3468 = Yesha – (#y from #3467.
#3467 = Yasha – (#y a primative root means – avenging, defend, deliver, Deliverer, help, preserve, rescue, be safe, bring (having) salvation, save (iour) [Savior], get victory. [The only difference between # 3467 and 3468 is the Masoretic Vowel Marks, which we don’t always accept, because they are not ancient but were “added” to the Hebrew Scriptures in the 6th century AD.]
We started to see a trend. All these words went back to the primitive root [the first word used anciently], Yasha.
We had been told that the Savior’s Name was the same as “Joshua” but Scripture doesn’t support this.
In #3091 there are 2 forms – the first is (w#why – which Strong’s pronounces as “Yehoshua”. This is correct with or without vowel marks except it should be “Yahoshua. The second form they pronounced as “Yehoshua” – however, when you look at just the Hebrew characters – (#why and pronounce it without the vowel marks you have “Yahosha”. The second form is the one found in the Hebrew Scriptures, in Numbers 13:16,
“These are the names of the men whom Moses sent to spy out the land; but Moses called Hoshea the son of Nun, Joshua.” KJV.
His name was (#wh [Hosha]from Strong’s #1954 – pronounced “Hosha” and goes back to #3467. This is how it is in the Interlinear Bible of the Hebrew. In verse 8 his name was “Hosha” in verse 16 it was changed to “Yahosha”. All Moses did to change Hosha’s name was to just add the yod – y changing his name from one that meant “deliverer” to one that means “Yah is deliverer”.
We looked up “salvation” in the New Testament and found 2 forms #4991 = soteria – which means – rescue, safety, deliver, health, salvation, save and saving. The second form is #4992 – soterion – which implies a person, a defender. In Luke 2:30, when Simon held the Savior up in the air, he said in Hebrew,
“For my eyes have seen Your Yasha.” [In Greek Soterion – the person]
The Savior said,
“I have come in My Father’s Name, and you do not accept Me; when another will come in his own name, you will accept him.” John 5:43.
His Name had to contain the Father’s Name – Yah. Psalm 68:4 NKJV tells us to
“Praise Him by His Name YAH.”
This Name has been shown in various ways. According to the Jewish Ency. First it was shown as “4 yods” then “3 yods” then “2 yods” and then “yod and hey”. It is the “yod” attached to a silent consonant that makes the “Yah” sound. We can say His Name without the “hey” and have the same sound, “Ya”. In Revelation 19:2, 3, 6 in the KJV it is just written “Alleluia” and yet when we pronounce it we say “Alleluyah”. The Hebrew characters are not sacred, the sound is what is important.
In the Universal Jewish Ency. Page 584, under “Yahveh” it reads:
“If Yah or Yahu was original, then Yahveh is a later theologizing expansion.”
This is what we believe happened! When the Almighty gave His Name to Moses He said “I am Yah”. [Exodus 3:14.] There was only the yod and hey [hy] – Yah. The hw [VH] was not there in that verse nor in close to 100 other texts in Scripture.
The Talmud is of “Jewish” tradition, the written form of the “Oral writings of the scribes.” We only take statements from it when their statements coincide with the Scriptures.
In the Talmud [Sanhedrin 10:1] it explains that “the Name of the Almighty is written [hw] Yah, but pronounced [)dny] Adonai.”
In the Pesanim it reads, “(In) this world [the Sacred Name] is written [hy] Yah and read as Adonay [)dny]; but in the future world it shall be one: it shall be written hyand read hy- Yah.”
“You search the Scriptures, because you think that in them you have eternal life; and it is these that bear witness of Me.” John 5:39.
The Savior was talking about the Old Testament, because when He spoke the New Testament hadn’t been written. We looked under “salvation” and found all the different words, we mentioned before, but couldn’t find “Yahshua”, there was “Yeshuah” but that was an action word and is feminine. The name movement began in America in the 1930s and the name “Yahshua” is attributed to an Elder Wm. (Bill) Bishop.
Under “salvation” we found Yasha in the following texts:
“Behold, Yah has proclaimed to the end of the world, ‘Say to the daughter of Zion, Behold, your Salvation comes; behold, His reward is with Him, and His work before Him.” Isaiah 62:11;
“Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion; shout, O daughter of Jerusalem: behold, your King comes to you: He is the Just One, Salvation; lowly, and riding upon a donkey, and upon a colt the foal of a donkey.” Zechariah 9:9.
In Isaiah 62:11 it was “Yesha” # 3468, which goes back to the primitive root “Yasha“. Any word except the primitive root are adaptations of that word. We prefer to go with the original as far as the Scripture shows us. [The only reason it is pronounced “Yesha” is because of the man made vowel marks.]
The only Name for “Savior” in the Old Testament is “Yasha” # 3467.
When we were looking in the New Bantam-Megiddo Hebrew and English Dictionary for the way the Hebrews would say “Jesus“, there was “Jesuit” and in the Hebrew it is written y(w#y, and is pronounced “Yeshua-it“.
Do we want to continue using a name for our Savior that is the same as “Jesuit”? Also we discovered that the converted Hellens [Greeks] were not allowed to use the Father’s Name “Yah”, that is why they transcribed the prophets names leaving off the Memorial Name, Yah. Such as,
Esaias for Isaiah=Yashayah;
Elias for Elijah=Yilyah;
Elizeus, Eliseus for Elisha=Yilyasha;
Jeremias & Jeremy for Jeremiah=Yeremiyah; and
Zacharias for Zechariah=Zakaryah.
In the 1611 Edition of the KJV, the Introduction reads, “a word-for-word reprint of the First Edition of the Authorized Version presented in roman letters for easy reading and comparison with subsequent editions.” Published by Thomas Nelson Publishers in 1982. In this edition under Luke 4:27 the Savior is talking about the prophet “Yilyasha” but it is written “Elizeus”. Is this proof of a substitution? We think it is!
From the Reader’s Digest “Great People of the Bible” on page 283, they say:
“The priesthood in Jerusalem had long resisted the Greek attitude that their God was the same Zeus worshiped by the Greeks. When Antiochus IV attempted to unify his Kingdom by imposing a uniform Hellenistic culture on his subjects, he had an altar to Zeus erected on the Temple altar. For the Greeks, the pig was a common sacrificial animal…But to the Jews the offering of an “unclean” beast was an outrage. Such acts provoked the Maccabean revolt.”
We want the Scriptures to teach us all things, not man. We had been using the quote from the Jewish Encyclopedia where they said, “the name is probably pronounced Yahweh, as the Greek scholars say.” Until we noticed the Jews aren’t saying this, they are quoting the Greek scholars.
This is why we use “Yah” and “Yasha”. Scripture tells us it was “Yasha” that rode into Jerusalem on the donkey. [Zechariah 9:9] And the children shouted “Yashana“. The Savior said this was perfected praise.
“… ‘Do you hear what these are saying?’ And Yasha said to them, ‘Yes, have you never read, ‘Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings you have perfected praise?’ Matthew 21:16.
We have also found more evidence to the fact that the Savior’s Name is “Yasha”. For those of you who are truly interested request our study “Who is Ishi”.
• All names in blue will be found at the bottom of each study in alphabetical order, with the Strong’s # found in the Hebrew Dictionary. If the name is only found in the Greek Dictionary, there will be a G#- after the name.
• Isaiah – Yashayah # 3470.
• Israel – Yasharon # 3478. “Israel” is an incorrect. Yasharon is the name that was given to Yakob when he persevered with Yah. That name belongs to all those who follow Yasha and “persevere” and “overcome” all sin by Yah’s Spirit. “The people called by My Name.” 2 Chronicles 7:14. For more information see our study “Who is Ishi?”
• Jerusalem – Yarashalom # 3389/3384-7999. We have gone back to the “Primitive root” on all the names in the Scriptures; this is why we spell Yarashalom this way. Originally the city was called “Shalem” in Genesis 14:18, and Psalm 76:2.
• John – Yahanan # 3076.
• Matthew – Mattithyah # 4993.
• Moses – Mosheh # 4872.
• Salvation
• Simon – Shimon # 8095.
• Yah # 3050, “the Sacred Name.” We are instructed in Psalm 68:4 to sing to the Almighty in His Name “Yah”. The Name was also given to us by the Son in Exodus 3:14 – I AM is a translated of “Yah”. In verse 15, it is Yah veh, or Yah, the Life Giver, and states this is His Memorial Name forever. We do not believe the 4 characters YH VH are one name, but is His name “Yah“, and a description of one of His characteristics, the Life Giver. In the Old Testament [OT] “God” is from Elohim or El which is a substitute for the Memorial Name. [Universal Jewish Ency. Pg. 7.] “God” in the New Testament [NT] is from the Hellen’s [Greek] “Theos” which is their “Supreme One.” In restoring the names to the OT and NT we have used appropriate titles for “God” or restored the Memorial Name in many of those places where the context suggests. See our Study “The 3 Powers of Heaven”.
• Yasha # 3467. This is the only name for “Savior” in the Hebrew language. See “salvation” in Yashayah 62:11; Zekaryah 9:9, and “Saviors” in Obadyah 21. The Greeks substituted “Iezeus” for the Savior’s true name because they were forbidden to speak, preach or write in His name. [Acts 4:17, 18; 5:28, 40, 41] They believed that their savior god “Zeus” was the same “god” that the Hebrews worshiped. This is not our own opinion, but is used in the original 1611 KJV in Luke 4:27. This is what the exact quote says: “And many lepers were in Israel in the time of Elizeus the prophet…” If you look up Elisha, for that is the prophet the Savior was referring to, you will see by the Hebrew characters it should be “Yilyasha”. The Romans brought the name “Iezeus” over to “Iesus” and the modern Jews, thinking they were translating from the original Hebrew, use “Yeshua” which is just the Hebrew way of saying “Jesus”. For more information on the Savior’s Name, click on our study “Blotting out His Name” And “Who is Ishi?”]
• Yashana – Hosana # G# 5614 “of Hebrew origin [3467 and 4994]; oh save!; hosanna (i.e. hoshia-na), an exclamation of adoration: –hosanna.” #3467 is Yasha and 4994 is ‘na’.
• Zechariah – Zakaryah # 2148.
• WHO IS “ISHI”?
• The confusion regarding the name is due to the man-made Masoretic Vowel Marks [VM], which came into existence in the 6th century AD. We don’t always rely on these marks, for when you search, with the aid of Yah’s Spirit, you will know the truth.
• We have found more Scripture evidence that points to Yasha as the Savior’s true Name. Notice the following comparisons looking at the Hebrew characters, reading from right to left. When looking at the Hebrew characters in Strong’s Concordance or a Hebrew Bible you must read from right to left. In the following we have placed the English from left to right.
• Ishi #3469 = y#y [YSHAY] =Yashay. The vowel marks [VM] say “Yishiy”.
• Isaiah #3470 = hy(#y [YSHAYH] =Yashayah [VM] say “Yeshayah” or “Yeshayahuw”.
• Ishmael #3458 = lm(#y [YSHAML] =Yashamayil VM say “Yishmael”.
• Issachar #3485 = rks#y [YSHSKR] =Yashasakar VM say “Yissakar”.
• Israel #3478 = l)r#y [YSHRAL] Yashayil VM say “Yisrayil”. “My people which are called by My Name” 2 Chronicles 7:14. Strong’s says this is a “symbolic name for Jacob [Yakob].”
Jeshurun #3484 = nwr#y [YSHRON] Yasharon VM say “Yeshuruwn”. Strong’s
• says this is a “symbolic name for Israel.” Since there is no “u” or “w” in ancient Hebrew, you have to follow this on back to its primitive root. The “vav” is either used as “v”, or “o” or “oo”. Notice to whom the following Scriptures refer:
• “But Jeshurun [Yasharon] waxed fat, and kicked: you are waxen fat, you are grown thick, you are covered with fatness; then he forsook Yah which made him, and lightly esteemed the Rock of his salvation.” Deuteronomy 32:15;
• “And he was king in Jeshurun, [Yasharon] when the heads of the people and the tribes of Yasharayil/Israel were gathered together.” Deuteronomy 33:5, 26,
• “Yet now hear, O Yakob my servant; and Yasharayil, whom I have chosen: {2} Thus says Yah that made you, and formed you from the womb, which will help you; Fear not, O Yakob, my servant; and you, Jesurun, whom I have chosen. Yashayah/Isaiah 44:1, 2.
• The margin in these texts show Israel as being Jeshurun. Notice in Yashayah 44:2, it is written “Jesurun” instead of “Jeshurun”. In the Strong’s it is shown as the same number 3484.
• Notice the word “Ishi” # 3469, the Hebrew characters are y#(y [YSHAY] and would be pronounced, without marks as, “Yashay.”
• BUT in Hosea 2:16 they used # 376 for Ishi:
• “And it will come about in that day,” declares Yah, “That you will call Me Ishi [my husband-Yasha] and will no longer call Me Baali [my Lord].”
• “For I am jealous over you with righteous jealousy: for I have espoused you to one husband, that I may present you as a chaste virgin to Yasha [the Mashayah].” 2 Corinthians 11:2.
• Do you see a pattern here? “Iyash” comes out as the sound of a sneeze. They say the alef isn’t pronounced, so Iyash would be Yash, even when you pronounce it there is an “a” sound that comes out at the end. When the scribes copied the manuscripts, they had to make sure they had the same number of characters as when they started. So if they added a character, they had to delete another. Perhaps this is why we have an “I” at the beginning of this name and the “a” or “(” left off. That is why we have “Iyash” instead of “Yasha“!
• The word “man” in Genesis chapters 1 and 2 is always “Adam” # 120, except in Genesis 2:23, where it is Yash # 376. I believe they have left the “(” the “a” off, because the Savior was accused of blasphemy and His Name would then be blotted out of the tribes of Yasharon. Notice a few other places where Man is # 376.
• “Then Jacob was left alone, and a MAN [376] wrestled with him until daybreak.” Genesis 32:24.
• This was none other than the only begotten Son of Yah, our Savior Yasha.
• “Now it came about when Joshua was by Jericho, that he lifted up his eyes and looked, and behold, a MAN [376] was standing opposite him with His sword drawn in his hand, and Yahosha went to Him and said to Him, “Are you for us or for our adversaries?” Joshua 5:13.
• This MAN explains that He is the captain of the host of Yah and in verse 15 He says,
• “Remove your sandals from your feet, for the place where you are standing is consecrated.”
• This is the same words used by the Ambassador of Yah in Exodus 3:5, which is none other than Yasha the Redeemer of mankind!
• The 4th MAN in the fiery furnace.
• “Then Nebuchadnezzar the king was astonished, and rose up in haste, and spoke, and said to his counsellers, ‘Did we not cast 3 men bound into the midst of the fire?’ They answered and said to the king, ‘True, O king.’ {25} He answered and said, ‘Lo, I see 4 men loose, walking in the midst of the fire, and they have no hurt; and the form of the 4th is like the Son of the Almighty.” Danuel 3:24, 25.
• “And in that day 7 women will take hold of one MAN [376], saying, ‘We will eat our own bread, and wear our own apparel: only let us be called by Your Name, to take away our reproach.” Isaiah 4:1.
• These 7 women are symbolic of the 7 assemblies of Revelation chapters 2 and 3. They want to be called by the name of the Savior, but they want to eat what they want to eat, and wear anything they want to wear, but be considered His followers which they believe takes away any reproach.
• Do we have any proof that the Savior’s Name was substituted? Yes! In the original 1611 KJV:
• “And many lepers were in Israel in the time of Elizeus the Prophet…” [This is exactly as it reads in that version.]
• The Savior was referring to “Yilyasha” # 477. We believe the “El” and “Elohim” are from Babylon, and do not belong in the inspired Hebrew Scriptures. El is the same as Bel, Baal. So we use the Hebrew #352 – “Yil” instead. In # 477 it has the (#yl) and this would be pronounced “Ilyasha” or “Yilyasha”. But either way it still contains the name “Yasha”! The Scriptures tell us that when the followers of the Savior were forbidden to teach or preach in the true Name of the Savior, [Acts 4:17, 18; 5:28, 40.] the Greek believers in the Savior translated the writings of the disciples from Hebrew into the Greek language, and they were forbidden to use the Savior’s real Name, they substituted their “savior god” Zeus for that of the Savior’s Name.
• Another proof of substitutions are the following quote from the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, page 7, under “God” it reads:
• “Joseph (the name Joseph-el, “Joseph is God,” occurs in Egyptian records). In course of time, as the tribes united into a nation, all other names were superseded by the Tetragrammaton, Yahveh; this process seems to have been completed by the middle of the 9th cent. B.C.E., after which time almost every royal name is compounded with Yahveh. The name Elohim is apparently used in the narratives as a substitute for the earlier divine names, of which only those were preserved which could be interpreted as descriptive terms, such as Elyon, “the Most High.
• “In the latter part of the Biblical period there is evidence that there was a reluctance on the part of some groups to use even the Tetragrammaton. In two books of the Psalms (Ps. 42 to 89) the Tetragrammaton appears very rarely, and Elohim is used throughout. Evidence of a deliberate substitution of Elohim for the Tetragrammaton appears in Ps. 45:7…and the yihyeh, misread as the Tetragrammaton, was changed to ‘elohim…
• “The rabbis of the Talmudic period also developed a number of substitute names of God which they used in their ordinary speech…” [underlining ours.]
• “Behold the Man.” John 19:5
• Did Pilate actually say that? Or did he say “Behold Yasha”?
• In 1 Corinthians 15:45 it says,
• “So also it is written, “The first MAN, Adam, became a living soul.” The last ADAM a life-giving spirit.”
• Did it originally say “the first Yasha, became a living soul” [Genesis 2:23] the last Yasha a life-giving spirit”?
• Our Creator’s messages are to be so simple that even a child could understand. You point a child to Psalm 68:4 which says we are to “Praise Him by His Name Yah”, and they can easily understand!
• It is written:
• “Therefore do not fear them, for there is nothing covered that will not be revealed, and hidden that will not be known.” Matthew 10:26; Mark 4:22; Luke 8:17.
• “At that very time He rejoiced greatly in the Spirit of Yah, and said, “I praise You, O Father, Sovereign of heaven and earth, that You did hide these things from the wise and intelligent and did reveal them to babes. Yes, Father, for thus it was well-pleasing in Your sight.” Luke 10:21.
• “…Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees/Jews, which is hypocrisy. But there is nothing covered up that will not be revealed, and hidden that will not be known.” Luke 12:1, 2.
• When I say “Pharisees/Jews” I am not being disrespectful but only quoting what they say:
• “The Jewish religion as it is today traces its descent, without a break, through all the centuries, from the Pharisees. Their leading ideas and methods found expression in a literature of enormous extent, of which a very great deal is still in existence. The Talmud is the largest and most important single piece of that literature…and the study of it is essential for any real understanding of Pharisaism.” From the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia [1943].
• “Thus saith the LORD of hosts; In those days it shall come to pass, that ten men shall take hold out of all languages of the nations, even shall take hold of the skirt of him that is a Jew, saying, We will go with you: for we have heard that God is with you. Zechariah 8:23, KJV.
• This is how it should read:
• “This is what Yah of hosts said; ‘In those days it will come to pass, that 10 men will take hold out of all languages of the nations, even will take hold of the garment of Yasha, [# 376] saying, ‘We will go with You: for we have heard that Yah is with you.” Zakaryah/Zechariah 8:23.
• Where the name “Jew” comes from is another interesting study since there is no “J” “E” or “W” in the ancient Hebrew!
• “And even if our glad tidings is veiled, it is veiled to those who are perishing.” 2 Corinthians 4:3.
• The Scriptures give us the evidence for the true Name, we just have to dig for it with the guidance of the Spirit of Yah.

WHO IS “ISHI“?
The confusion regarding the name is due to the man-made Masoretic Vowel Marks [VM], which came into existence in the 6th century AD. We don’t always rely on these marks, for when you search, with the aid of Yah’s Spirit, you will know the truth.
We have found more Scripture evidence that points to Yasha as the Savior’s true Name. Notice the following comparisons looking at the Hebrew characters, reading from right to left. When looking at the Hebrew characters in Strong’s Concordance or a Hebrew Bible you must read from right to left. In the following we have placed the English from left to right.
Ishi #3469 = y#y [YSHAY] =Yashay. The vowel marks [VM] say “Yishiy”.
Isaiah #3470 = hy(#y [YSHAYH] =Yashayah [VM] say “Yeshayah” or “Yeshayahuw”.
Ishmael #3458 = lm(#y [YSHAML] =Yashamayil VM say “Yishmael”.
Issachar #3485 = rks#y [YSHSKR] =Yashasakar VM say “Yissakar”.

 Israel is Yasharon
Israel #3478 = l)r#y [YSHRAL] Yashayil VM say “Yisrayil”. “My people which are called by My Name” 2 Chronicles 7:14. Strong’s says this is a “symbolic name for Jacob [Yakob].”
Jeshurun #3484 = nwr#y [YSHRON] Yasharon VM say “Yeshuruwn”. Strong’s
says this is a “symbolic name for Israel.” Since there is no “u” or “w” in ancient Hebrew, you have to follow this on back to its primitive root. The “vav” is either used as “v”, or “o” or “oo”. Notice to whom the following Scriptures refer:
“But Jeshurun [Yasharon] waxed fat, and kicked: you are waxen fat, you are grown thick, you are covered with fatness; then he forsook Yah which made him, and lightly esteemed the Rock of his salvation.” Deuteronomy 32:15;
“And he was king in Jeshurun, [Yasharon] when the heads of the people and the tribes of Yasharayil/Israel were gathered together.” Deuteronomy 33:5, 26,
“Yet now hear, O Yakob my servant; and Yasharayil, whom I have chosen: {2} Thus says Yah that made you, and formed you from the womb, which will help you; Fear not, O Yakob, my servant; and you, Jesurun, whom I have chosen. Yashayah/Isaiah 44:1, 2.
The margin in these texts show Israel as being Jeshurun. Notice in Yashayah 44:2, it is written “Jesurun” instead of “Jeshurun”. In the Strong’s it is shown as the same number 3484.
Notice the word “Ishi” # 3469, the Hebrew characters are y#(y [YSHAY] and would be pronounced, without marks as, “Yashay.”
BUT in Hosea 2:16 they used # 376 for Ishi:
“And it will come about in that day,” declares Yah, “That you will call Me Ishi [my husband-Yasha] and will no longer call Me Baali [my Lord].”
“For I am jealous over you with righteous jealousy: for I have espoused you to one husband, that I may present you as a chaste virgin to Yasha [the Mashayah].” 2 Corinthians 11:2.
Do you see a pattern here? “Iyash” comes out as the sound of a sneeze. They say the alef isn’t pronounced, so Iyash would be Yash, even when you pronounce it there is an “a” sound that comes out at the end. When the scribes copied the manuscripts, they had to make sure they had the same number of characters as when they started. So if they added a character, they had to delete another. Perhaps this is why we have an “I” at the beginning of this name and the “a” or “(” left off. That is why we have “Iyash” instead of “Yasha”!
The word “man” in Genesis chapters 1 and 2 is always “Adam” # 120, except in Genesis 2:23, where it is Yash # 376. I believe they have left the “(” the “a” off, because the Savior was accused of blasphemy and His Name would then be blotted out of the tribes of Yasharon. Notice a few other places where Man is # 376.
“Then Jacob was left alone, and a MAN [376] wrestled with him until daybreak.” Genesis 32:24.
This was none other than the only begotten Son of Yah, our Savior Yasha.
“Now it came about when Joshua was by Jericho, that he lifted up his eyes and looked, and behold, a MAN [376] was standing opposite him with His sword drawn in his hand, and Yahosha went to Him and said to Him, “Are you for us or for our adversaries?” Joshua 5:13.
This MAN explains that He is the captain of the host of Yah and in verse 15 He says,
“Remove your sandals from your feet, for the place where you are standing is consecrated.”
This is the same words used by the Ambassador of Yah in Exodus 3:5, which is none other than Yasha the Redeemer of mankind!
The 4th MAN in the fiery furnace.
“Then Nebuchadnezzar the king was astonished, and rose up in haste, and spoke, and said to his counsellers, ‘Did we not cast 3 men bound into the midst of the fire?’ They answered and said to the king, ‘True, O king.’ {25} He answered and said, ‘Lo, I see 4 men loose, walking in the midst of the fire, and they have no hurt; and the form of the 4th is like the Son of the Almighty.” Danuel 3:24, 25.
“And in that day 7 women will take hold of one MAN [376], saying, ‘We will eat our own bread, and wear our own apparel: only let us be called by Your Name, to take away our reproach.” Isaiah 4:1.
These 7 women are symbolic of the 7 assemblies of Revelation chapters 2 and 3. They want to be called by the name of the Savior, but they want to eat what they want to eat, and wear anything they want to wear, but be considered His followers which they believe takes away any reproach.
Do we have any proof that the Savior’s Name was substituted? Yes! In the original 1611 KJV:
“And many lepers were in Israel in the time of Elizeus the Prophet…” [This is exactly as it reads in that version.]
The Savior was referring to “Yilyasha” # 477. We believe the “El” and “Elohim” are from Babylon, and do not belong in the inspired Hebrew Scriptures. El is the same as Bel, Baal. So we use the Hebrew #352 – “Yil” instead. In # 477 it has the (#yl) and this would be pronounced “Ilyasha” or “Yilyasha”. But either way it still contains the name “Yasha”! The Scriptures tell us that when the followers of the Savior were forbidden to teach or preach in the true Name of the Savior, [Acts 4:17, 18; 5:28, 40.] the Greek believers in the Savior translated the writings of the disciples from Hebrew into the Greek language, and they were forbidden to use the Savior’s real Name, they substituted their “savior god” Zeus for that of the Savior’s Name.
Another proof of substitutions are the following quote from the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, page 7, under “God” it reads:
“Joseph (the name Joseph-el, “Joseph is God,” occurs in Egyptian records). In course of time, as the tribes united into a nation, all other names were superseded by the Tetragrammaton, Yahveh; this process seems to have been completed by the middle of the 9th cent. B.C.E., after which time almost every royal name is compounded with Yahveh. The name Elohim is apparently used in the narratives as a substitute for the earlier divine names, of which only those were preserved which could be interpreted as descriptive terms, such as Elyon, “the Most High.
“In the latter part of the Biblical period there is evidence that there was a reluctance on the part of some groups to use even the Tetragrammaton. In two books of the Psalms (Ps. 42 to 89) the Tetragrammaton appears very rarely, and Elohim is used throughout. Evidence of a deliberate substitution of Elohim for the Tetragrammaton appears in Ps. 45:7…and the yihyeh, misread as the Tetragrammaton, was changed to ‘elohim…
“The rabbis of the Talmudic period also developed a number of substitute names of God which they used in their ordinary speech…” [underlining ours.]
“Behold the Man.” John 19:5
Did Pilate actually say that? Or did he say “Behold Yasha”?
In 1 Corinthians 15:45 it says,
“So also it is written, “The first MAN, Adam, became a living soul.” The last ADAM a life-giving spirit.”
Did it originally say “the first Yasha, became a living soul” [Genesis 2:23] the last Yasha a life-giving spirit”?
Our Creator’s messages are to be so simple that even a child could understand. You point a child to Psalm 68:4 which says we are to “Praise Him by His Name Yah”, and they can easily understand!
It is written:
“Therefore do not fear them, for there is nothing covered that will not be revealed, and hidden that will not be known.” Matthew 10:26; Mark 4:22; Luke 8:17.
“At that very time He rejoiced greatly in the Spirit of Yah, and said, “I praise You, O Father, Sovereign of heaven and earth, that You did hide these things from the wise and intelligent and did reveal them to babes. Yes, Father, for thus it was well-pleasing in Your sight.” Luke 10:21.
“…Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees/Jews, which is hypocrisy. But there is nothing covered up that will not be revealed, and hidden that will not be known.” Luke 12:1, 2.
When I say “Pharisees/Jews” I am not being disrespectful but only quoting what they say:
“The Jewish religion as it is today traces its descent, without a break, through all the centuries, from the Pharisees. Their leading ideas and methods found expression in a literature of enormous extent, of which a very great deal is still in existence. The Talmud is the largest and most important single piece of that literature…and the study of it is essential for any real understanding of Pharisaism.” From the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia [1943].
“Thus saith the LORD of hosts; In those days it shall come to pass, that ten men shall take hold out of all languages of the nations, even shall take hold of the skirt of him that is a Jew, saying, We will go with you: for we have heard that God is with you. Zechariah 8:23, KJV.
This is how it should read:
“This is what Yah of hosts said; ‘In those days it will come to pass, that 10 men will take hold out of all languages of the nations, even will take hold of the garment of Yasha, [# 376] saying, ‘We will go with You: for we have heard that Yah is with you.” Zakaryah/Zechariah 8:23.
Where the name “Jew” comes from is another interesting study since there is no “J” “E” or “W” in the ancient Hebrew!
“And even if our glad tidings is veiled, it is veiled to those who are perishing.” 2 Corinthians 4:3.
The Scriptures give us the evidence for the true Name, we just have to dig for it with the guidance of the Spirit of Yah.

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11 Responses to YAH, Yil, YASHA not God or Jesus or Lord, Why?

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  2. Tashi Cushnie says:

    Thanks a lot very interested information, but I would like to know the correct spelling for ‘Hebrew’ since there was no e&w. This is something thing I’ve been pondering for a while, so I would love if you could clear that up for me please.

  3. tashicushnie says:

    Hi, thanks for your post. I have three questions to ask (1)could you explain rev 19:12-13 because someone ask me concerning that scripture saying, “is not that his name that he will reveal which no one know as yet,and jesus is the word of god as mentioned in st John” I did not have a valid ans. for that (2) is elohim the title used when referring to pagon deities also; if not what is please? (3) when I suggest that name Yah and Yasha, they said they need written proof,so could u recommend me to book, dictionary or any thing that I can get basicall everything from such as primitive root for names,ancien Hebrew alphabet ect.

  4. tashicushnie says:

    Hi, I’ve emailed you a few times, but I’m wondering if I can get a contact no. for you. I would also live to no if you give out pamphlets as I unable to get pamphlets with Yah and Yasha’s name at the bible society here in Jamaica.

  5. tashicushnie says:

    Hi, I’ve emailed you a few times, but I’m wondering if I can get a contact no. for you. I would also live to no if you give out pamphlets as I unable to get pamphlets with Yah and Yasha’s name at the bible society here in Jamaica.

  6. timesandlaws says:

    Yes I will email you at your email.

  7. Recelia /Reci says:

    Praise be to the Most High Yah and Yasha tue Savior. Since i came to worship and give honor to his true Name..my spiritual walk with Him became more personal the Holy Word became more clearer to understand..im praying the eyes of my pentecosal and apostolic brethren will be opened to this saving truth..

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