Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Trendy Christians Call Jesus "Yesh-oo-ahh" don't question them "Judge not least ye be judged"...

If you disagree with them you will be labeled an anti-Semitic Jew hater. The Bible reads in Christ Jesus there is neither Jew nor Greek. This is clear and well understood, so then why is it so trendy today for all these modern day Christians who claim to be 'in Jesus' to suddenly now call Jesus, "Yesh-oo-ahh"? Really? Have they now become Jews? Even after the scripture reminds us that there is neither Jew nor Greek in Christ Jesus? I'm sorry perhaps this is just a pet peeve of mine, but it seems that all these modern day English Speaking Americans (even the Jew's for Jesus) believe they are now become great Hebrew scholars, because they can correct the AV of 1611 as the standard by which all other translations of the bible compare themselves to, with their bedroom laptops and dust ridden bookshelves, and have now apparently come out of the dark and into their senses by professing to know better than the AV translators, "What saith the Scriptures" by correcting the Scripture inspired by God, and are now going to correct and school us and tell the world online the truth, that is to say, finally and for the first time, give us God's intended word in our English language! Through their Hebrew interpretation of it of course, and just to prove that they have a closer relationship with Jesus then the rest of us unlearned dark aged King James neanderthals, they buddy up with Jesus before us all  by calling him by his Hebrew name "Yesh-oo-ahh" so that we'll all be in awe at how learned and holier than thou, they are  (lol, sorry but I don't get this spirit), and even though they speak not a fluent lick of that original Hebrew language they persist, however; in fact the original writings today don't exist! No one today has even seen them or could prove it if they did, God has however preserved his word in the Scriptures, and has given us those Scriptures in our language, and in this day and age that would be English. The correct translation in Hebrews 4:8 is Jesus, not "Yesh-oo-ahh" ie Joshua. "For if _Jesus_ had given them rest, then would he not afterward have spoken of another day." If God intended us who speak English to call his son by his Hebrew name then when his Scripture (inspired by God) was given to us in English this verse would have read just that, but it doesn't read that way. Jesus is my Lord and Saviour and I am forever grateful to Jesus and in praise I worship Jesus my LORD.  Sorry guy's this whole trendy American thing of calling Jesus "Yesh-oo-ahh" is of another spirit, if you are an American and speak English as your native language then when you share the Gospel and witness to non-believers about your Saviour please do so in the name of Jesus

as Hebrews 12:2 reminds us; "Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God."

God Bless! :-)

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