Jesus or Yeshua

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The name Jesus is well known to many people as the savior. 

When Jesus was born he was given the Hebrew name Yehawshua .
 (Mt 1:21 ; Lk 1:31-33)

{ יְהֹושֻׁעַ [Yehawshuʿa /yeh·ha·shoo·ah/ ]which means the eternal is salvation.} 
The first part of Yehawshua name comes from the Hebrew title for the eternal; Yehawah... The second part of Yehawshua means salvation.
{ יָשַׁע, יׄשַׁע, מֹושִׁיעַ [yeshuaʿ ] v. A primitive root; translates as “save”, “saviour”, “deliver” ,  “salvation”.} Yeshua: is the shortened form of Yehawshua.

Various titles reveal characteristics and actions of the Eternal within each name. The theme of salvation inspires people to seek a personal relationship with their Creator. 

Yeshua is also called: Logos the Spokesman and Immanuel
{ λέγω, εἴρω [lego /leg·o/] v. the root word of Logos; translates as “say”, “speak”, “call”, “tell”} 
(Logos: a  greek word; meaning Spokesman)

 עִמָּנוּ אֵל [ʿImmanuwʾel ] n pr m. From 5973 and 410 translates as: Immanuel = “with us is (EL: the Spirit of Oneness with the Eternal)  [Ye-uw-el]}
{ עִם [ʿim /eem/] translates as “with”,}
{  עָמַם (ʿā∙mǎm): be equal to, i.e., be in a comparable state of something, and so be like something or someone else} 
{ עָמַם,  [ʿamam]  translates as “hide” [as if hidden in a tent or concealed from view]}
{ , אֵל [ʾel ] n m. Shortened from 352; translates as “power” (the Spiritual power of oneness; united in Holy Righteousness )}
{  אַיִל,  [ʾayel /ah·yel/] n m. From the same as 193; translates as “ram(s)”} 
{  אֱוִיל,  [ʾye-uw-el /uwl ] n m. From an unused root meaning to twist together, i.e. (by implication) be strong}
(Im-man-uw-el: a hebrew word meaning; with us - hides or tents - the Oneness of  Eloheyem)

logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Jn1.14  (Jn 1:14; Isaiah 7:14)  [The Logos entered into the physical creation through a virgin conception to begin fulfilling the promise to Adam and Eve. ]
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ge3.15  (Ge 3:15)  [By becoming the seed of a woman; He would crush the head of Satan (the adversary and origin of sin. He also predicted His suffering as the Messiah (The Logos.)] 
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Jn12.49 (Jn 12: 49; 50)  [Logos spoke the words of His Heavenly Father and creation came into existence. (Genesis 1:1)] 
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ge2.7 (Ge 2:7)  [Logos formed Adam out of clay and breathed life into the first man.]
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ge2.22 (Genesis 2:22; 23)  [Eve was formed from one of Adam's ribs.]  
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ge1.26 (Ge 1:26)  [When Logos spoke to the first man and woman; he identified himself by the name Yehawah Eloheyem (because; The Father and Son worked together).A clear description of the Eternal Family is manifest in Yehawah Eloheyem        (meaning: I AM establishes and creates Unity that is the strength of LIFE). ]
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ge2.24 (Ge 2:24; 25)  [Logos performed the first marriage by creating Adam and Eve with a physical bond and sharing His Spirit of Unity in Love.] 
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Heb1.1 (Heb 1:1; 3)  In the past God (Logos the word of the Father) spoke to our forefathers through the prophets at many times and in various ways, 2 but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed heir of all things, and through whom he made the universe. 3 The Son is the radiance of God’s glory and the exact representation of his being, sustaining all things by his powerful word.

[Logos is the Son in the Family of Yehawah Eloheyem][Logos is also called Yehawah: which means (I AM Establishes) or brings into Being][The Father and Son work together in perfect Unity: Genesis 1:26; Luke 10:22; John 6:46; 3:13; 10:30; 14:10; 4:34; 17:11; 17; 21; 26]

{  יָהּ [Yeh] is poorly translated as Lord  in  # 3068 
{  יהוה   [Yehawah /yeh·ha·waw/]}

For more information; follow the link to:  WHO IS JESUS 
The Savior (Yeshua) is recognized as the Messiah (which means: Anointed One) 
{  מָשִׁיחַ [masheyach /maw·shee·akh/] translates as “anointed”, Messianic king of Israel and the high priest.}

[Anointing: means; to be filled with the Spirit of Oneness with The Father Eloheyem]
[Logos: spoke to Noah, Abraham, Moses and all His prophets; as He predicted the fulfillment of His promised salvation  (Yeshua the Messiah) for all people.]

logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ge6.8  (Ge 6:8; 9) But Noah found favor in the eyes of Yehawah. 9 This is the account of Noah. Noah was a righteous man, blameless among the people of his time, and he walked with Eloheyem.
[Logos: demonstrates his justice by condemning the wicked and showing mercy and salvation to those who love righteousness.] 
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ge9.6  (Ge 9:6; 7; 8; 9)  [Logos: makes a covenant with Noah and his family; they must maintain justice and do what is right.]
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ge14.18  (Ge 14:18; 19) Then Melchizedek king of Salem brought out bread and wine. He was priest of Eloheyem Most High, 19 and he blessed Abram, saying, “Blessed be Abram by Eloheyem Most High, Creator of heaven and earth. 
[Logos: is Melchizedekking of Salem (Peace) and High Priest of Eloheyem.] 
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ge15.5 (Ge 15:5; 6; 7)  [Logos: made a covenant promise to Abraham that he would be the father of many nations and his descendants would inherit the promised land.]
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ge15.13  (Ge 15:13; 14; 15; 6)  [Logos: predicted the future enslavement of the descendants of Abraham in Egypt: Logos promises to free them and return Abraham's descendents to the promised land.] 
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ge17.3  (Ge 17:3; 4; 5; 6; 7)  [Logos: repeats the covenant promise to Abraham and his descendents.]
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ge17.10  (Ge 17:10; 11)  [Circumcision: was a sign of the covenant agreement between Logos and the descendants of Abraham. Circumcision did not replace the promised national inheritance but was a reminder (be separate from Evil) because Logos is  faithful to those who love Him.]
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ge18.18  (Ge 18:18; 19)   [Abraham's descendants must learn the way of Yehawah: Logos teaches everyone to do what is right and just.]
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ex3.4  (Ex 3:4; 5; 6; 7; 8)  [Logos: speaks to Moses and remembers His promise to rescue the descendants of Abraham from Egypt.]
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ex12.1  (Ex 12:1-3; 4-6; 7)  [The descendants of Abraham are now called Israel (children of Jacob). Logos instructs Moses to teach Israel to prepare the Passover lamb so they may be protected from the last plague upon Egypt.]
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ex12.24  (Ex 12:24; 25; 26; 27; 28 [The Passover and days of Unleavened Bread are to be celebrated by Israel as an eternal remembrance of the salvation of Yehawah. The sacrificial Lamb portrays the suffering of the Messiah ]
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ex12.14  (Ex 12:14; 15; 16; 17)  [Israel left Egypt the night after Passover.)
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ex19.3  (Ex 19:3)  [Logos: speaks to Moses from Mount Sinai: approximately 50 days (Feast of Weeks; Lev 23:15) after leaving Egypt.]
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Ex20.1  (Ex 20:1-3; 4-6; 7; 8-11; 12; 13; 14; 15; 16; 17; 18-19; 20)  [Logos; Yehawah; speaks to all of Israel from Mount Sinai. Logos speaks the 10 Commandments to teach Israel not to sin.]  
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Dt18.15  (Dt 18:15; 16; 17; 19)  [Moses received the promise that a prophet (Messiah) would come to Israel and speak the words of truth perfectly; and be the Logos.]
logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Dt32.15  (Dt 32:15)  Sadly; Israel would reject the (Elowahh - Messiah) their Rock and Savior]
[Logos: The word [God] is Elowahh in these verses: Deuteronomy 32:15; Psalm 18:31; Proverbs 30:5; Isaiah 44:8; Habakkuk 3:3]

{  אֱלֹוהַּ [ʾelowahh, ] translates as “God” 52 times; but is a singular noun meaning: only one member of the Eloheyem Family; The Messiah; Rock; and Savior}

logosres:niv;ref=BibleNIV.Jos1.1  (Jos 1:1-2)  After Moses death ; Logos continued to reveal His message of Salvation [the Good News of His Kingdom] by  speaking to Joshua and many chosen prophets.)