• The Names of Christ

The Names of Christ

A book written by Dr. James Modlish-

CLICK ON EACH NAME BELOW FOR DETAILS.  FOR EXAMPLE “THE LION OF THE TRIBE OF JUDAH” PROVIDES DETAILS OF THE ANALOGY OF CHRIST AND THE LION:

1. Advocate
2.
The Bread of Life
3.
Bright And Morning Star
4.
Captain of Our Salvation
5.
The Wonderful Counsellor
6.
Emmanuel
7.
Jesus Christ The Judge
8.
The Lamb of God
9. Light of The World
10.
Lily of The Valley
11.
Lion of The Tribe Of Judah
12.
Master

13. The Great Physician
14.
Potentate
15.
Prince of Peace
16.
The Resurrection & The Life
17. Christ The Good Shepherd
18.
Rose of Sharon
19.
Sun of Righteousness
20.
The Vine
21.
The Vine (Part 2)
22.
The Living Water
23.
Christ, Revealed In Sacrifices

SOURCE:  http://www.thebiblestudypage.com/namesmain.shtml

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NAMES FOR JESUS, YESHUA:

[HEBREW NAMES FOR GOD]

Yeshua HaMashiach

King of kings and Lord of lords Forever!

Yeshua’ means “Yaweh is salvation”

JESUS m Theology, Biblical
English form of Ιησους (Iesous), which was the Greek form of the Aramaic name יֵשׁוּעַ (Yeshu’a)[more]

FROM HEBREW TO ENGLISH:
Yeshua’ (Hebrew) —> Joshua (English)

FROM HEBREW TO GREEK TO LATIN TO ENGLISH:
The New testament was originally written in Greek then translated into Latin then translated into English.  But the MEANING of the name of Yeshua’ remains the same: Yaweh is salvation!
“Linguistically it is clear how the rendering of the Hebrew Yeshua’ () developed into the English Jesus:

Yeshua’ (Hebrew) —> Ιησους, Iēsous (Greek) —> Iesus (Latin) —> Jesus (English)

“Russians call him by his Russian name, Chinese call him by his Chinese name, and Arabs call him by his Arabic name, all of which are different transliterations of his original name into different language systems.   In fact, although the spelling of Jesus’ name in the European languages English, German, French and Spanish is very similar, the pronunciation is quite different since the same letters have different phonetic values in those languages.” [SOURCE: Jochen Katz]

The name “Jesus” has no connection to “Zeus” or “Jupiter (Jove)…

zeus 198NOTE:  Contrary to false teaching, satanism, luciferic teachings and sorcery, the Greek name Iēsous (the Latinized form of the Greek name Ιησούς) does NOT correspond to “zeus,” the mythological Greek king of the gods.  KEY NOTE:  It’s SOUS (not zeus) “S” not “Z” !

“…in the Greek it is spelled with the “s” (sigma), not with a “z” (zeta).  The difference between sous and zeus is as great as the difference in English between soo and zoo. While they may rhyme, and be similar in sound, they are far from the same word.” [SOURCE: Stephen Jones, Jesus (Iesous) and Yahshua]

roman-god-jupiter-statueLikewise, “Jupiter” the Roman equivalent  for the mythological king of the gods, Latin=”Jove”) has no connection to the name “Jesus” either.  “Iesus” (Latin for Iēsous, Jesus).  Otherwise the Greek name for Jesus “Iēsous” would’ve been translated “Jove” pronounced “Jo-vay” (Jupiter) in the Latin!   But it was NOT.  It was translated “Iesus.” To illustrate this point further, the Italian language which is derived directly from Latin still uses the same word for Jupiter to this day: “Giove” also pronounced “Jo-vay” (in Italian the Latin “J’s” were replaced with “G’s,” as there is no “j” in the italian alphabet). NOT Gesù (prounounced jay-Su) which is the Italian name for Jesus!).

In simplest terms: If the original Greek for Jesus meant “Zeus,” then it would have been translated “Jove” in the Latin.  BUT IT WAS NOT BECAUSE JESUS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ZEUS!

Names of Jesus is other languages:

Ιησούς (Greek) (Latinized Greek: Iēsous)
Iesus (Latin) language of the ancient Romans
Gesù (Italiano) *No letter “J” in the Italian alphabet
Jesus (danish)
Jezus (dutch)
耶穌愛你 – Yè sou ai ni “Jesus loves you” (mandarin – chinese)
Jesus (German)
Jesus (Austrian)
Jesús (Spanish)
Иисус (Russian)
Jesus (portuguese)
Jezus (Polish)
Jesus (Swedish)
Jésus (French)
Yeshua (Hebrew)
Yasu’ (Arabic)
Iesu (Irish Gaelic)
íosa (Welch)
Jezi (Haitian Creole)
…more languages to come.

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