The Word “HalleluYah”–Its Origin, Meaning, and Significance–Part Two

[Part Two of the tract “The Word HalleluYah–Its Origin, Meaning, and Significance” Part One can be found here: https://immortalityroad.wordpress.com/2016/11/12/the-word-halleluyah-its-origin-meaning-and-significance/ ]

Part Two

There is also a direct connection between the name of the Almighty and the name of His Son, our Saviour. In Psalms 72: 17, in the well known World Publishing Co. edition of the King James translation, the center reference gives the original Hebrew to read as follows: “His name shall be as a Son to continue His Father’s name forever: and men shall be blessed in him; all nations shall call Him blessed.” This is clearly a prophecy concerning the Saviour. And, of course, a son always bears his father’s, or family, name. The Saviour himself said, “I have come in my Father’s name…” (John 5: 43). And Eph. 3: 14-16 shows that the Father’s name is upon “the whole family in heaven and earth.”

Bible scholars know that our Saviour was not known by the name “Jesus.” The fact that many have come to accept the person of the Saviour while knowing only the name Jesus does not make that His actual name. He was born a Hebrew as prophesied in Isa. 9: 6, Micah 5: 2, and elsewhere. But the name “Jesus” is not Hebrew. It is, in fact, derived from the Greek name “Iesous” which is found in the Greek translations and copies which are remaining today of the original New Testament. According to the famous Liddel and Scott Greek Lexicon, “Iesous” is the Ionic masculine form of the name “Iaso” (the Greek goddess of healing–see under the word “Iaso”).

But be that as it may, the important thing is not what is not His name, but what is His name. It is in fact the same as Joshua, the successor of Moses. In the King James translation in Heb. 4: 8 and Acts 7: 45, the name “Jesus” is used when speaking of Joshua. If the “J” in Joshua is pronounced as in original English, and as accords with Hebrew which has no “J” sound, we have the correct pronunciation of the Saviour’s name. But to write it as “Yoshua” does not make the pronunciation clear and does not show the connection it has with His Father’s name. Therefore, the best way to write His name in present day English is Yahshua…

So our Saviour’s name is Yahshua. His name contains the divine, family name of YaH. He truly came in his Father’s name as He Himself said, and “His name shall be as a Son to continue His Father’s name forever” (Jn. 5: 43; Psa. 72: 17). He alone is the “Salvation of Yah.” “Neither is there salvation in any other, for there is none other name under heaven given among men whereby we must be saved” (Acts 4: 12).

This is not to deny that those who in the past have been unwillingly ignorant of His true name, have found salvation in the person of the Saviour. After all, the significance of any name is that it denotes a certain person. Some have therefore accepted the person of the Saviour while being ignorant of His true name, but in heaven it is recorded that they are saved by the blood of Yahshua the Messiah.

The reason this can be so is that Yah is the Father of grace and mercy. Therefore, He looks not on the outward appearance, but on the intention of the heart (I Sam. 16: 7). But He is also full of justice and truth. So his past mercy in no way justifies continuing in ignorance…When any truth is restored that men’s traditions have hidden, it becomes the responsibility of His true people to walk in that truth regardless of the cost…

According to Rom. 10: 13-14 and Acts 2: 21, 16, Whosoever shall call upon the name of Yahweh shall be delivered or saved is fulfilled by calling on the name of Yahshua the Messiah which contains the Father’s name, the family name YAH.

Perhaps you already know the Saviour. If so, we urge you to now start calling upon Him by His true name and ask Yah to “take the names of Baalim (LORDS) “out of” your “mouth.” If you are yet in your sins, having never really accepted the Saviour, put your trust in Him who died for our sins and who is now living at the Father’s right hand, who will also soon return to set up His kingdom on earth…For “as many as received him, to them gave He power to become the sons of Yah, even to them that believe on His name” (Jn. 1: 12).

And how do you receive Him and put your trust in His name? “Repent, and be baptized, every one of you in the name YAHshua Messiah for the remission of sins, and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit” (which is His indwelling invisible presence and power in your life and body) “for the promise is unto you, and to your children, and to all that are afar off, even as many as Yahweh our Almighty One shall call” (Acts 2: 38-39). (See also Acts 8: 12, 16, 35-36; 10: 43, 48; 16: 31-33; 19: 4-5; 22: 16; Rom. 6: 3-4; Gal. 3: 26-27; Titus 3: 5; Heb. 10: 22; I Pet. 3: 21; Mark 16: 16)

[This tract opened up a door that Yah was wanting opened in my heart and mind. In fact, it led me to write my first book Yah Is Savior: The Road to Immortality, which gave birth to the title of this blog Immortality Road. You may read this book online found here: https://immortalityroad.wordpress.com/book-yah-is-savior-the-road-to-immortality/ . I have learned throughout this experience not to underestimate the power of the truth contained in one of those little tracts. When God has completed His preparation of the human heart to receive His word, even a little tract can take root and grow in that very heart and bring forth fruit.   Kenneth Wayne Hancock]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 responses to “The Word “HalleluYah”–Its Origin, Meaning, and Significance–Part Two

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