the meaning of jesus
helothere

Minneapolis, MN

#1 May 21, 2013
many have speculated into the meaning of the name jesus or yashua, some say it means save or help. but no one is sure, the true meaning of the word yashua or jesus is "may he fix it " literally . you are welcome Christian people. and I am not a troll or making fun.
helothere

Minneapolis, MN

#2 May 21, 2013
may he make it better
may he make it ok

in a sentence

yashua the coming turbulence of life . I just said may he make the coming turbulence of life better.
Jesus is

Blacktown, Australia

#3 May 22, 2013
THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION 'JESUS':
comes from the Latin form of the Greek name IESOUS, which is a redation of the Hebrew IESOUS.
Ant

Palo Alto, CA

#4 May 22, 2013
YWHW- Yah/Yahweh/Yahuwah etc is the name of God.

Yahoshua/Yeshua etc means YAH is salvation.

Jesus is a poor transliteration from Ioesus. The most accurate transliteration of Yahoshua to English should be Joshua.
Jesus is

Blacktown, Australia

#5 May 25, 2013
HIS NAME IS SPELLED/PRONOUNCED DIFFERENTLY IN EVERY LANGUAGE:

Afrikaans
Jesus

Albanian
Jezusi

Arabic
`Isà

Aragonese
Chesús

Azerbaijani
İsa

Bosnian
Isus

Breton
Jezuz

Catalan
Jesús

Chinese
– Yesu (Mandarin), Yasu (Cantonese)

Cornish
Yesu

Croatian
Isus

Czech
Ježíš

Dutch
Jezus

Estonian
Jeesus

Filipino
Hesus/Hesukristo

Finnish
Jeesus

French
Jésus

Galician
Xesús

Greek
(Iisoús modern Greek pronunciation)

Haitian Creole
Jezi

Hawaiian
Jesu

Hebrew
Yeshuיש/ Yeshua יֵ&#15 13;ׁו& #1468;ע

Hmong Daw
Xexus

Hungarian
Jézus

Indonesia
Yesus (Christian)/ Isa (Islamic)

Irish
Íosa

Italian
Gesù

ETC.

“ IT'S A CHOICE !!!”

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#6 May 25, 2013
Jesus is wrote:
HIS NAME IS SPELLED/PRONOUNCED DIFFERENTLY IN EVERY LANGUAGE:
Afrikaans
Jesus
Albanian
Jezusi
Arabic
`Isà
Aragonese
Chesús
Azerbaijani
İsa
Bosnian
Isus
Breton
Jezuz
Catalan
Jesús
Chinese
– Yesu (Mandarin), Yasu (Cantonese)
Cornish
Yesu
Croatian
Isus
Czech
Ježíš
Dutch
Jezus
Estonian
Jeesus
Filipino
Hesus/Hesukristo
Finnish
Jeesus
French
Jésus
Galician
Xesús
Greek
(Iisoús modern Greek pronunciation)
Haitian Creole
Jezi
Hawaiian
Jesu
Hebrew
Yeshuיש/ Yeshua יֵ&#15 13;ׁו& #1468;ע
Hmong Daw
Xexus
Hungarian
Jézus
Indonesia
Yesus (Christian)/ Isa (Islamic)
Irish
Íosa
Italian
Gesù
ETC.
If all is correct, then this is pretty cool! This must have taken you some time to do... I will check it out!:)

Have a nice day!
little lamb

Australia

#7 May 25, 2013
The name JESUS comes from Hebrew Yehoshua [Joshua]

Yahweh saves ... Jehovah saves,,

As the old fellow at the temple said when viewing the Christ child "Sovereign Lord my eyes have seen your means of saving ........'
Jesus is

Blacktown, Australia

#8 May 26, 2013
Snevaeh legna wrote:
<quoted text>
If all is correct, then this is pretty cool! This must have taken you some time to do... I will check it out!:)
Have a nice day!
It didn't take me very long at all,(there's more):
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_ (name)

“ IT'S A CHOICE !!!”

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#9 May 28, 2013
Jesus is wrote:
<quoted text>
It didn't take me very long at all,(there's more):
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_ (name)
Thanks!

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#10 May 31, 2013
English translation from Greek would be Joshua not Jesus. The English bible is wrong.

Jesus = hail Zeus

"Originally, the name of the Messiah
was , pronounced Yahushua
or (Yehoshua). This is the Messiah's
original name....the Messiah's name
is actually the same name as Joshua,
Son of Nun... correctly pronounced
"Yahushua". It is quite evident that
the modern form "Jesus" doesn't even
remotely resemble the original name
that the disciples used.. This is a fact. "

"Jesus Christ....Matthew (1:21) interprets
the name originally as Jehoshua, that is,
'Jehovah is Salvation,'"
-Encyclopedia Americana
(Vol.16, p. 41)

"The name Jesus is NOT a derivative
of YHWH (Jehovah). There is great cause
for alarm when this hybrid Greek name
is being plied onto Messiah because
not only is it NOT the sanctified given name
of Yeshua (Jehoshua) but prophetic and
sanctified unity within the Word of YHWH is lost!
Early Christo-Pagans syncretized Greek culture
into Greek Christianity, which "smoothed" the
way for Christo-Paganism to become the
"state" religion."
-Is the name "Jesus" holy?
Baruch Ben Daniel

"They (the Graeco-Roman World) had
worshipped Zeus as the supreme deity.
Their savior was Zeus, so now they
were ready to accept Jehoshua as Jesus
- Iesous, meaning - hail Zeus. Now our
translated scriptures say that Jahwah's
(Jehovah's)Son's name is Jesus, which is
a compound word made up of Ie and Zeus
(Hail Zeus)."
-The Origin of Christianity
by A.B. Traina

"This name of the true Messiah,
Jahshuwah (Jehoshua), being Hebrew,
was objectionable to the Greeks and
Romans, who hated the Judeans (Jews),
and so it was deleted from the records,
and a new name inserted. Jahshuwah
(Jehoshua) was thus replaced by Ie-Sous
(hail Zeus), now known to us as Jesus."
-The Origin of Christianity
by A.B. Traina

"It is simply amazing to think that all
these years, hundreds of years, mankind
has been calling the Saviour by the wrong name!!
It's hard to give up the name of Jesus
because it's so deeply ingrained in us
and much has been said and done in that name."
-Gospel of The Kingdom
True Names and Title
Dr. Henry Clifford Kinley
1931 - Ohio USA

Some scholars think that Jesus name was
corrupted by the early Roman Apostasy -
in order to make his name look more Graeco -
Roman rather than "Jewish".

After the Apostles and Jesus had been
removed from the Jewish scene - Rome took
over the Christian Faith and attempted to
Mould and conform it to her own Graeco-Roman
heritage and Flavour.

Zeus was one of the most popular gods at
that time. And conjecture has it that perhaps
Jesus name was changed to please the pagans
in the empire - who were reluctant to accept
the New Faith - of the Roman Emperor.

Just think, if they translated that wrong and enforced it as truth.... what else might there be.
Jesus is

Blacktown, Australia

#11 Jun 1, 2013
'JESUS'
is the Latin form of the Greek Iesous, which in turn is the transliteration of the Hebrew Jeshua, or Joshua, or again Jehoshua, meaning "Jehovah is salvation."

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