reply to post by NOTurTypical
I know what you are saying but actually it is a title, a name above all others.
If we are coming to the end of the gentile age and the people Jesus, Yehoshua or what I believe is the correct tile, Yashayah then these people are
possibly either coming to a time or are at a time when they are no longer Lo-Ammi (not my people) and the prophecy clock for them has begun.
So to me they will be right in knowing Him as Yehoshua, I will be Savior) and not as we know Him, Yasha-Yah (I AM Savior).
It to me signifies the end of this present dispensation and we are about to go through the tribulation and then enter into the kingdom age.
The end of the period of gentile grace and they become His people where they will know Him as Savior, their ears unstopped and their eyes opened.
So yes, I believe His name is a title from front to back, Yehoshua Ha Meshiach, I am Savior, The Annointed One.
His name becomes seperate from all the Joshuas before Him, all being a forshadow of Him coming. This is my conclusion, Yasha'-Yah, I am Savior to
those that have entrusted in Him for their Salvation, not by works or some magical name that another seems to think, who uses it to divide and cause
discension among the followers.
The guy here that seems to believe in magic names certainly applies.
My opinion the meaning of the name is what is significant.
God reads hearts not lips.
The reason that I believe the Hebrew name and it's definition applies today as it did in the days Of Jesus or Yehoshua or Yasha'-Yah is that this
dispensation is coming to an end and we are being catipulted into the days when they became, Lo-Ammi and they are coming to the forfront of His-story
once againand can become His people in faith, just like Abraham and David and all those gentiles that came to know Him in their hearts as Savior.