Is The Son’s Name Yashiya?

On October 23, 2014, in The Name, by Milton Carnes

Some say that the name of the Son or the Messiah is ישעי (Yashiya). Is this the correct name for the Messiah? Let's see!

The users of this name have done the following from Hosea 2:16 "And it shall be at that day, saith YaH.. That thou shalt call me Ishi; and shalt call me no more Baali.” Yah said that you shall call me Ishi meaning “my husband” in Hebrew.


The researchers did a concordance search for the word “ishi.” The results were:


What was next? The researchers mistakenly assumed that the two words in which the King James Bible rendered as "ishi" for H376 and H3469 were the same.

Obviously the two word for "ishi" in English are not the same Hebrew word. Not realizing this, the researchers looked up the Hebrew word for “ishi” from Strong’s Concordance number H3469:


Lastly, the researchers did a transliteration from the Hebrew to English:


Therefore the researchers concluded that "ishi" (H376) is the same as "Yashiya" (H3469) and this must be the Messiah's name according to Hosea 2:16.

Listen to The BOOK! The Name of The Messiah

Jeremiah 33:15 In those days, and at that time, will I cause the BRANCH of righteousness to grow up to David; and he shall execute judgment and righteousness in the land. [16] In those days shall Judah be saved, and Jerusalem shall dwell in safety: and this by which he shall be called to her, YaHUH our righteousness. (Note: Verse (16) does not appear within the Greek Septuagint LXX)

Isaiah 11:1-5 And there shall come forth a rod out of the stem of Jesse, and a BRANCH shall grow out of his roots: [2] And the spirit of YAHUH shall rest upon him, the spirit of wisdom and understanding, the spirit of counsel andmight, the spirit of knowledge and of the fear of YAHUH; [3] And shall make him of quick understanding in the fear of YAHUH: and he shall not judge after the sight of his eyes, neither reprove after the hearing of his ears: [4] But with righteousness shall he judge the poor,and reprove with equity for the meek of the earth: and he shall smite the earth with the rod of his mouth, and with the breath of his lips shall he slay the wicked. [5] And righteousness shall be the belt of his loins,and faithfulness the belt of his reins.

Jeremiah 23:5 Behold, the days come, saith YAHUH, that I will raise to David a righteous BRANCH, and he shall reign king and prosper, and shall execute judgment and justice upon the earth. [6] In his days Judah shall be saved, and Israel shall dwell in safety: and this [is] his name by which he shall be called, YAHUH OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS. [7] Therefore, behold, the days come, saith YAHUH, that they shall no more say, YAHUH liveth, who brough tthe children of Israel out of the land of Egypt; [8] But, YAHUH liveth, who brought and who led the seed of the house of Israel out of the north country, and from all countries where I have driven them; and they shall dwell in their own land.

Isaiah 44:6
Thus saith YaHUH the King of Israel, and his (Israel) redeemer YaHUH of hosts; I am the first, and I am the last; and beside me there is no Alahiym.

Zechariah 3:8 Hear now, O Joshua (יהושע Hebrew: Yahusha') the high priest, thou, and thy fellows that sit before thee: for they [are] men wondered at:for, behold, I will bring forth my servant the BRANCH.

Zechariah 6:9-12 And the word of YaHUH came to me, saying, [10] Take of [them of] the captivity, [even] of Heldai, of Tobijah, and of Jedaiah, who are come from Babylon, and come thou the same day, and go into the house of Josiah the son of Zephaniah; [11] Then take silver and gold, and make crowns, and set [them] upon the head of Joshua (Hebrew יהושע Yahusha') the son of Josedech, the high priest; [12] And speak to him, saying, Thus speaketh YAHUH of hosts, saying, Behold the man whose name [is] THE BRANCH; and he shall grow up out of his place, and he shall build the temple of YaHUH:

Yahusha' the High Priest was the first person chosen to be the High Priest for the reconstruction of the Temple after the return of the Yahudim from the Babylonian captivity according to Zechariah 6:9-14.

Is Yahusha' Ban Yahutzadaq יהושע בן־יהוצדק the Branch? How could he be the BRANCH if he does not fit the description of the Branch completely. Yahusha' Ban Yahutzadaq was from the tribe of Levi but the BRANCH would stem from Jesse through David; the tribe of Judah.

Genesis 49:10
The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh come; and unto him shall the gathering of the people be.

Scripture is saying: "Behold the man, Joshua (יהושע Yahusha'), whose NAME is the BRANCH!" The High Priest of Judah (Yahudah) in the days of Zechariah has the same name as the "BRANCH."


Yahuah … Should We Call On This Name?

On October 22, 2014, in The Name, by Milton Carnes


This name (Yahuah) is saying a lot.

The Hebrew letter “Hey” can be called a "Mater Lectionis" which means "Mother of Reading" which simply means "Vowel". The Hebrew letter 'Hey" can be used as a consonant represented by the letter "H" in English or it can represent the vowel "A" in English which carries the "ah" sound.

One problem with the Hebrew Letter "Hey" being a vowel (English letter "A") is that The GREEKS did not transliterate this Hebrew letter as an "A" because the GREEK language has a letter that represents the letter "A" and that letter is called "alpha". Instead The Greeks used the Greek letter "Eta" to represent the Hebrew letter "Hey" because this letter (eta) was closer in pronunciation.

If you transliterate the Hebrew name יְהֹוָה to English using the Hebrew letter "Hey" as a consonant, which is the English letter "H", you will get YHUH. If you do the same by using the Hebrew letter "Hey" as a vowel which represents the letter "A" in English, you will get YAUA and possibly YHUA.

Here is what I see has happened. It seems as if they have taken the transliterated letter "A" and replaced it with the sound of the letter "ah" so that you get Yahuah. This is one possibility. The next issue is this ...

Does the name YAHUAH violate the rules of the language?

Some would be scholars say that if the letter "D" (Dalet in Hebrew) is removed from the name Yahudah (Judah) then that would produce the name Yahuah. Logically in English, this sound correct but you cannot do this because it violates the orthography or spelling rules of the Hebrew language. The Hebrew language is very sophisticated just like any other language.

Here are the rules of the language....

#1 A Hebrew syllable must begin with a consonant. A syllable can be either a consonant plus a vowel [CV] or a consonant plus a vowel plus a consonant [CVC].

#2 Every syllable must begin with one consonant and have only one vowel. The exception would be any WORD that start with the letter "U"; the conjunction.

#3 Stand-alone vowels (seemingly) in a word must be preceded by the Hebrew letters א Aleph or ע Ayin in order to be a legitimate syllable within a word.

In the name YAUA (Yahuah), we have three vowels together and the orthography or rule #1 and Rule #3 violation. Yahuah is three syllables. If we use this rendition YHUA, we still have three syllables Y-HU-A ... look at rule #2 of the language.


This name is closer in pronunciation to Yahuah ....


1 Kings 16:1 Then the word of יְהֹוָה came to Jehu יֵהוּא (H3058) the son of Hanani against Baasha, saying ......

The answer lies within the usage of the Hebrew letter Aleph. In the language spelling rules (Orthography), a Hebrew word and/or a syllable must start with a consonant and you cannot have two vowels together in a syllable or word. Words or syllables DO NOT begin with vowels.

The Hebrew letters Aleph (א) and Ayin (ע) which are consonants allow us to begin words or syllables with a vowel and they allow us to have two vowels together without violating the rules of the language. For instant, look at אָב "Ab" in English meaning father. The word starts with a consonant "Aleph", the vowel 'A' follows the consonant "Aleph" and then the Hebrew letter "Bet" or the letter "B" [CVC].

In Ancient Hebrew, the letter or vowel "A" with the "ah" sound is placed between consonants. Look at the name for Israel. It should be Yashara'al יִשְׂרָאֵל. The apostrophe symbol represents the Aleph in the transliteration into English. But look, you have two vowels together (the letter "A") and the apostrophe which is the Aleph (a consonant) separates the two vowels. A vowel/vowel sound follows the Hebrew letter Aleph. Jehu יֵהוּא or Yahu' has the Aleph at the end of the name. With this in mind, יֵהוּא would be pronounced in English as YaHU'a or Yahu'ah or Yahuah. YHUH or יְהֹוָה cannot be pronounced Yahuah because it violates the orthography of the Hebrew language both modern and ancient.

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