Remove the Fog of religion
His Name is not JESUS
On this website you can go to many other articles proving the true Name of our Savior. Can you Identify the God you worship. You may think the bible translators have done that for you, right? Well, they have not, they have replaced name of our Creator, they have replaced the name or our Savior -- the Name He was given at birth -- with a different name, a name that never existed until about 400 years ago.
That's right, the name JESUS did not exist until several years after the first King James Verion bible was put into print. The first translation of the KJV presented the false name as IESVS, which, in a a later revison, to account for a change in the language was changed to JESUS. In English it is pronounced as GeeZus, and in other parts of the world as HeyZeus. Notr one of these names is the name our Lord.
Is it important? You bet it is as we can prove beyond a shadow of a doubt, but some argue so hard for the false name, JESUS, that they become blind to what is, or should be, so clear. When you prove His Name was actually JOSHUA, the Old English transliteration they then try to say it is not that important, that a rose by any other name is still a rose. That may be true but if you go to a flower show and call a rose by any other name the horticulturist will think you are cracked. And if this is not enough, using simple logic and reasoning, they will suggest they would not be praying to and having prayer answered in a false name -- this they reason, proves, for them, that the bogus name JESUS is His Name. Once the rebuttal reaches that stage even common sense leaves the room. Plus, all arguments aside, we are not talking about names of flowers but about a Name that carries the identification of the Savior of the World. An identification that is linked with Salvation.
Here we are removing the fog of religious blindness: His birth name is in the Bible. A book in the Old Testament is named by this name, JOSHUA. This name is the Old English transliteration of His Birth Name. In other words, the English translators transliterated the Hebrew Name from Hebrew to the English of that day and even with the Greek influence, came up with the name JOSHUA, which in modern English is pronounced as YaHshua. Some place of the world today still pronounce the "J" as we pronounce the "Y". Language and letter change but not so much in this case as to be lost. But look what happens when the English translators get to the New Testament -- they CHANGE HIS NAME to something completely different.
By the mere fact this we know the Name of our Savior is in the Bible and the translators of the Bible had it all along but chose instead to replace His birth name with a different Name, a name not found in Scripture until they put it there nearly 1600 years later. Why is this important?
(Act 4:12) Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.
(Rom 10:13) For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.
(Act 2:21) And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the Name of the Lord shall be saved.
(Rom 10:12) For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him.
(1Co 1:2) To the church of God in Corinth, to those sanctified in Christ YaHshua and called to be holy, together with all those everywhere who call on the Name of our Lord YaHshua the Christ--their Lord and ours: (KJV Name restored)
(John 5:43) I am come in my Father's Name, and you receive me not: if another shall come in his own name, him you will receive.(John 3:18) He that believes on Him is not condemned: but he that believes not is condemned already, because he has not believed in the Name of the only begotten Son of God.
See the difference restoring His Name to the inspired word makes? And there are plenty of other places the meaning of what is being said takes a turn for what has been darkened to a light of truth. Look up the following verses in your own bible and realize He was born, YaHshua (Joshua), the Name both Mary and Joseph were instructed to Name Him. But in your bible you see a completely different name, not because no one knew or has knowledge of His real Name, not because His real Name has been lost, no, because it has not been lost and is in your Bible today -- that is, except in the New Testament, where the translators changed it. Something fishy here (no pun intended).
(Heb 13:15) Through YaHshua (Joshua), therefore, let us continually offer to God a sacrifice of praise--the fruit of lips that confess His Name.
(Psa 113:1) Praise the LORD (YHWH). Praise, O servants of the LORD (YHWH), praise the Name of the LORD (YHWH).
(Exo 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.
(1Jn 4:2-3) This is how you can recognize the Spirit of God: Every spirit that acknowledges that YaHshua the Christ has come in the flesh is from God, but every spirit that does not acknowledge YaHshua is not from God. This is the spirit of the antichrist, which you have heard is coming and even now is already in the world.
Serious business, right? See what happens to the meaning of the above verses when His rightful Identity is restored? And this is only the tip of what is in your own bible. Restore His Name to your reading and study and see how Scripture comes alive and reveals how corpt names or name changes are serious, very serious. You will be exposed to things and knowledge you thought you knew only to see it better and in more light and in some cases life threatening.
Why did the translators reject His true Name? Most are dead and we cannot ask them but the modern translators tell us they are merely following the tradtions of those before them. That is their excuse and they are sticking with it -- blame it on those who came before -- so, why didn't they go all the way back to the first "fathers" of their faith? Common sense tell anyone who will take the time to think about, that His Name has always been in the Bible accepted by the Christians, it has only been excluded and changed in the New Testament. There is a spiritual influence in the world that approves of this type of lame thinking, there is a spirit in this world that wants it that way, and it is not the Holy Spirit.
Yes, you do have the authority to change what you are reading and without fear. It is those who insist on keeping or defending this lie that need to fear, it is they that have changed the inspired words, not you, or me, but those defending this error as truth. They will accuse you of changing what is written but that is not the case, they changed it or defend the change while you are restoring what was originally there. You are putting your blessing on His Words and you in turn will receive a blessing in the truth.
Restore His Name to your reading and be blessed. Your servant, email@example.com