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You are Meshikhi when you transcend religion because you are following Yeshua the Messiah more closely. We have put faith in His sacrifice. We are adorned and bejeweled with the love of our Heavenly Father Yahweh. He is our shield and our beloved God. This is our family and you are one of God’s children. He only wants you to know that He loves you.

We are the happiest people in the world because we only love.


יֱשַּׁע Yeshua is The Messiah

In Aramaic He is Yeshua Meshikha (Yeshua The Messiah)

Meshikhi means “A Follower of The Messiah”
Meshikhi – Hebrew משיחי
Transliteration: mshychy (transliterate.com)

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

There is only one Lord in the Sacred Bible, Yeshua The Messiah (Ephesians 4:5)

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) (This is a slight Galilean Aramaic accent on the last syllable). It’s just something to know about Him. 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 ישַּׁע and shu’a ישע . 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.

“sus” in English means swine or “bearded pig” according to Merriam-Webster.com online dictionary.

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Sus

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 (Matthew 1:1 Ἰησοῦ Matthew 1:21,25 Ἰησοῦν Matthew 3:13 Ἰησοῦς). 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

ahv is the pronunciation of the ancient root word meaning “father”

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

The Origin of the name “Christians”

Acts 11:19-30 – Believers First Called “Christians” in Antioch

Summary

After the death of Stephen many Greek-speaking believers flee Jerusalem for Antioch, where they build up a community with many new believers. Barnabas and Saul (Paul) visit this new community in which believers are first called “Christians.”

Analysis

After the death of Stephen, many of the Greek-speaking believers in Jerusalem flee to other Mediterranean cities. Those who go to Antioch, called by one ancient writer the “third among the cities of the Roman world,” have God-given success in drawing many people to belief in Yeshua. Antioch had a large and well-established Jewish population as well as a predominantly Gentile population. Outside of Jerusalem, in this great and diverse cosmopolitan city, believers are first identified as Christians.

Acts 11:19-26

The Church in Antioch
19 Now those who were scattered because of the persecution that took place over Stephen travelled as far as Phoenicia, Cyprus, and Antioch, and they spoke the word to no one except Jews. 20 But among them were some men of Cyprus and Cyrene who, on coming to Antioch, spoke to the Hellenists also, proclaiming the Lord Yeshua. 21The hand of the Lord was with them, and a great number became believers and turned to the Lord. 22 News of this came to the ears of the church in Jerusalem, and they sent Barnabas to Antioch. 23 When he came and saw the grace of God, he rejoiced, and he exhorted them all to remain faithful to the Lord with steadfast devotion; 24 for he was a good man, full of the Sacred Spirit and of faith. And a great many people were brought to the Lord. 25 Then Barnabas went to Tarsus to look for Saul, 26 and when he had found him, he brought him to Antioch. So it was that for an entire year they associated with the church and taught a great many people, and it was in Antioch that the disciples were first called ‘Christians’ (Kristyane in Aramaic).

We call ourselves Meshikhi (“of the Messiah” or “Followers of The Messiah”) to more closely identify us with Yeshua Meshikha (Yeshua the Messiah), as identified by Peter at Matthew 16:16 in The Aramaic Scriptures. We may also call ourselves Christians (Kristyane in Aramaic). Christ is from Greek, Messiah is from Hebrew and Aramaic. It’s that easy. The ending of the word Christian: Technically, the ending “-ian” means “belonging to the party of,” so “Christians” meant belonging to the party of Christ.

After Acts 11:26 the word “Christians” is used only two other times in the New Testament: in Acts 26:28 (by Agrippa, an unbelieving King that applied the name he knew as an outsider) and 1 Peter 4:16 (in the context of being oppressed in wider society under that given name). In each reference, the emphasis, inherent in the original Greek, is on the fact that people from outside the faith recognized Christians as a distinct group.

In Galatians 2:11-17 we can see just how central the diversity of the Antioch situation was to the definition of what it meant to be a Christ follower.

The Khaburis Codex in Aramaic is 65 years older than the oldest Greek text.

Help from The Son of God

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

But we are not without help. We have help from The Son of God. This is why Yeshua gave us The Lord’s Prayer without using Our Father’s Name. This is a protection for you.

The Lord’s Prayer

Our Father in Heaven, hallowed be your Name. Your Kingdom come, your will be done, as in Heaven, also upon the Earth. Our daily bread grant us today and forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. Do not let us succumb to temptation, but deliver us from evil. For yours is the Kingdom, the Power and the Glory forever. In the Name of Yeshua, amen.

The Lord’s prayer should be said at the beginning of every Church service and spiritual gathering. It is a guarantee of spiritual protection for the congregation of God.

What you must understand.

Incredible forces have been unleashed on the Internet, with powerful Hebrew language and powerful reasoning and experts lined up around the block and translation tools loaded like a gun. As you will read on the page titled “Do not be deceived” it is also an attack on the Bible itself.

Learn about some of the grammatical possibilities if you would would like to learn more about Hebrew grammar and the Divine Name.

Divine Names and Titles are clearly being mistranslated and obviously not everyone can be right. God will only have one Name in fulfillment of Zechariah 14:9.

We use the Aramaic Scriptures on this site only when they agree with the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures.

Greek Ἀββᾶ Ahvva

ahv is the pronunciation of the ancient root word meaning “father”.

Hebrew: אָב‎, Standard Av Tiberian ʾĀv 

Avva at Romans 8:15 is pronounced Ahvva. This is why we spell it this way. The Bible should be easily understood and the words should be easy to pronounce in any language. It is /ahv/ as in “father” not /av/ as in the word “avenue”. See the page titled Finding Ahv to learn more.

Ahvva is the safe haven, and the place of rest.

Once in prayer we can simply call him Ahv or Father. Always end prayer “in the Name of Yeshua, amen”. It won’t be long before you just say “Father” when opening prayer and you will know that He’s always there. And you won’t worry anymore, or worry about His Name. You’re with Ahv, infinite in power. And He loves you.

Always remember this fact of life if you have not experienced the mercy of Our Father in Heaven. Where there is no mercy, there is no God.

Romans 8:15 Ἀββᾶ

Romans 8:15 For you did not receive a spirit of slavery causing fear again, but you received a spirit of adoption as sons, by which spirit we cry out: “Ahvva, Father!”

Navigate to the following link and choose the “More” dropdown link.

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%E1%BC%80%CE%B2%CE%B2%CE%B1

Go to https://stevemorse.org/greek/eng2grk.html

Enter Ahvva into the text entry field and hit space bar

Result Α[h]βα

Go to https://stevemorse.org/greek/grk2eng.html

Enter Ἀββᾶ into the text entry field and hit space bar

Result vv

See the page titled “Finding Ahv” to learn more.

The truths on this website are Revelations from Yahweh for people because of the religious confusion in the world

It is God’s explicit instruction.

Exodus 23:13 “Be careful to do everything I have said to you. Do not invoke the names of other gods; do not let them be heard on your lips.

You must understand that the Roman Yahweh is an imitation of the Hebrew Yahweh. Jove is not the older name of Jupiter. There is physical evidence that the name they used as part of the Jovian cult is Iove, c. 225AD. More information about it on the Roman Religion page, including Latin pronunciation under the subheading The Roman Yahweh.

There are two people, nothing strange. A Father and His first created Son.

Most Sacred to Our Father in Heaven. Just as Abraham and Isaac were two people, a father and his son, So Yahweh and Yeshua are two people, a father and his son. It is no problem to say The Son of God because that is what He is. It is not a title. He is the firstborn of God’s children in Heaven just as we are God’s children on Earth. This is scriptural (Colossians 1:15). Before Yeshua was created, God was alone. He is singular, masculine only.

This is the final part of the introduction.

The emphasis is on The Prophets and The Four Gospels. I have made every effort to vet the Bible completely and absolutely and have 23 years of biblical research experience. Many Bibles have been slanted by the influence of the Ancient Roman Religion. Thank God that we have The Khaburis Codex which is 65 years older than the oldest Greek text.

This website should be considered required reading by all religious institutions and faiths.

ܗܝܕܝܢ ܐܡܪ ܠܗ ܝܫܘܥ ܙܠ ܠܟ ܣܛܢܐ ܟܬܝܒ ܓܝܪ ܕܠܡܪܝܐ ܐܠܗܟ ܬܣܓܘܕ ܘܠܗ ܒܠܚܘܕܘܗܝ ܬܦܠܘܚ
Matthew 4:10 Then Yeshua said unto him, “Go away, Satana! For, it is written: ‘You shall thesgud {worship, literally bow down to or cause to be venerated} Yahweh and Him alone shall you serve!’ ” ( The Holy Aramaic Scriptures)

Link: tsgwd – ܬܣܓܘܕ

http://cal.huc.edu/getlex.php?coord=620400409&word=8

The words of Yeshua are sacred. At the appropriate point in the essential reading I will identify the apostasy foretold in the Bible precisely and you will be free of the influence of The Roman Religion.

David’s God Yahweh

1 Samuel 17:45 David said to the Philistine, “You come against me with sword and spear and javelin, but I come against you in the Name of Yahweh, the God of the armies of Israel, whom you have defied.

Proverbs 18:10 The Name of Yahweh is a strong tower, the righteous run to it and are safe.

The Blessing of Yahweh

The Trigrammaton יהו Yahwe

The 4Q120, a Greek fragment of Leviticus (26:2–16) discovered in the Dead Sea scrolls (Qumran) has ιαω (“Iao”), the Greek form of the Hebrew trigrammaton YHW.[58] The historian John the Lydian (6th century) wrote: “The Roman Varo [116–27 BCE] defining him [that is the Jewish God] says that he is called Iao in the Chaldean mysteries” (De Mensibus IV 53). Van Cooten mentions that Iao is one of the “specifically Jewish designations for God” and “the Aramaic papyri from the Jews at Elephantine show that ‘Iao’ is an original Jewish term”.[59][60]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetragrammaton

The Tetragrammaton
יהוח Yahweh

Ancient Hebrew pronunciation יָהּוֶהּ Yahweh

Do not split up the Name or use divider marks or accent marks in the Name. He is not just a verb or a verb formation as Hebrew scholars want you believe. He is Our Father in Heaven. His Name is not gutteral sounding in ancient Hebrew.

יָהּוֶהּ Yahweh

The more likely phonetic pronunciation based on ancient Hebrew being flowing and musical and poetic, not gutteral. Try talking about Yahweh for a while using a gutteral /h/ and you will quickly tire of it. That is because it does not have a natural sound or flow when used in sentences or when reading scriptures. God’s Name is not halting when used in natural speech.

Translated using The Hebrew Online Keyboard LEXILOGOS

also contracts to Yah יָהּ Note that the /h/ is not gutteral. It creates the /ah/ sound.

How YHWH becomes Yah

Yah is the first syllable of the Name Yahweh and is the poetic form of the Name Yahweh in the Bible.

For example, in Psalms 115:18, it is written

Because it occurs in isolation as יָהּ pronounced /yah/, we know the partial pronunciation of the Tetragrammaton יהוה.

YHWH

YHWH are the four letters that represent God’s Name in Hebrew, known as the Hebrew Tetragrammaton. The Torah is the supreme authority of the Bible, written without vowels. Hebrew is read from right to left יהוח

YH in the Torah is Yah and the Third letter is a /w/ or waw. That adds up to Yahwh. It doesn’t take a Hebrew scholar to understand that reasonably God’s Name is Yahweh. There is almost universal consensus about Yahweh among Hebrew scholars.

Ancient Hebrew by Christopher Rollston

Voiced bilabial means your upper and lower lips form the /w/ shape and sound called a “waw” in Hebrew.

Q. About when did the Hebrew ‘waw’ begin to be taken as ‘vav’?

A. The historic pronunciation of this letter (a voiced bilabial) is /waw/, a pronunciation attested in various Semitic languages (ancient and modern).  Moreover, even the Masoretes (600 C.E.–1000 C.E.) arguably pronounced this letter as /waw/ (not /vav/).  The common pronunciation of this letter today as /vav/ (rather than /waw/) is a reflection of conventions in the modern period, primarily those hailing from Germanic language practices (notice, for example, that the German letter /w/ is pronounced as an English /v/, not as an English /w/; thus, the German word “Wasser” [water] is pronounced /vasser/ in German).  In sum, the tradition of pronouncing this letter as /waw/ is historically more accurate (and so it is found in many grammars of biblical Hebrew, including Thomas Lambdin’s).  The convention of pronouncing it as /vav/ is also acceptable, but this pronunciation does hail from the modern period. 

Christopher Rollston, “Ancient Hebrew”, n.p. [cited 9 Jun 2021]. Online: https://www.bibleodyssey.org:443/en/tools/ask-a-scholar/ancient-hebrew

Contributors

Christopher Rollston

Christopher Rollston
Associate Professor, George Washington University

Christopher Rollston is an associate professor in the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at George Washington University.  He is a philologist and epigrapher of ancient Near Eastern and Mediterranean languages and works in more than a dozen ancient and modern languages, including Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek, as well as Ugaritic, Phoenician, Akkadian, Ammonite, and Moabite. He is the author of several books, including Writing and Literacy in the World of Ancient Israel (SBL,  2010).

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