Exploring the crimson cord – Part 5

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Exploring the crimson cord that connects the Sacred Name of God with SALVATION (Yeshua)

Salvation

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We have looked at the Hebrew word Redeem now let’s explore the Hebrew Word translated into English as Salvation.
 

Does SALVATION in the Hebrew contain any clues that connect the English title translated LORD (YHVH is the name in Hebrew) with the word salvation (Yood Sheen Vav Ayin)?
 

In the following verses I have used the KJV and replaced the title “LORD” for the actual sacred name of YHVH.  This is what was originally revealed in the Hebrew Old Testament.
 

Let’s ask the question one more time so it is not lost on anyone. Is there a connection between the Hebrew word “Salvation” and the sacred name of YHVH? 
 

The ancient Hebrew Scriptures reveal the answer. The following is just a small sampling of the prophetic texts that connect Salvation and YHVH.

 

Please read carefully and reverently!

 

I have waited for thy SALVATION, O YHVH. Genesis 49:18


YHVH is my strength and song, and he is become my SALVATION: Exodus 15:2a


YHVH liveth; and blessed be my rock; and exalted be the God of the rock of my SALVATION. 2 Samuel 22:47


SALVATION belongeth unto YHVH: Psalm 3:8


YHVH is my light and my SALVATION; whom shall I fear? Psalm 27:1a


Make haste to help me, O YHVH my SALVATION.  Psalm 38:22


YHVH is my strength and song, and is become my SALVATION. Psalm 118:14


Yet I will rejoice in YHVH, I will joy in the God of my SALVATION. Habakkuk 3:18

 

The connection between YHVH and the name and work of Salvation is overwhelming as evidenced in the ancient prophetic text of the Old Testament. 
 

Now that we have established that fact, let’s ask the next question. Is there a connection between the Hebrew word Salvation and Yeshua Jesus?
 

The linguistic connection is unmistakable. Yood, Shin, Vav, Ayin is in fact, the name of Jesus in Hebrew.

 

His name is YESHUA! Yeshua means Salvation!

 

 

Salvation

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Yeshua in Hebrew

 Jesus in English

 

 

So you don’t miss the importance of this, let’s rehearse the verses that demonstrated the link between YHVH and Salvation. Remember we are using the English KJV and substituting the sacred name of YHVH as revealed in the original Hebrew for the title Lord. In addition, we are now going to substitute the English word salvation for the literal Hebrew word, which is the word Yeshua, Jesus. 

 

Please read carefully and reverently!

 

I have waited for thy Yeshua, O YHVH. Genesis 49:18


YHVH is my strength and song, and he is become my Yeshua: Exodus 15:2​


YHVH liveth; and blessed be my rock; and exalted be the God of the rock of my Yeshua. 2 Samuel 22:47


Sing unto YHVH, all the earth; shew forth from day to day his Yeshua. 1 Chronicles 16:23


Yeshua  belongeth unto YHVH: Psalm 3:8


YHVH liveth; and blessed be my rock; and let the God of my Yeshua be exalted. Psalm 18:46


We will rejoice in thy Yeshua, and in the name of our God we will set up our banners: YHVH fulfil all thy petitions. Psalm 20:5


YHVH is my light and my Yeshua; whom shall I fear? YHVH is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? Psalm 27:1


Make haste to help me, O YHVH my Yeshua. Psalm 38:22


YHVH is my strength and song, and is become my Yeshua.  Psalm 118:14


Therefore I will look unto YHVH; I will wait for the God of my Yeshua. Micah 7:7

 

The Linguistic connection is amazing! Is there more to be decoded?  Is there a revelation hidden just below the surface? Might we find it if we examine the picture and number meanings of each of the Hebrew letters in the name Yeshua?  We will find out in the next article.

 

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  1. Sean says:

    Blessed be the author.

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