Should we keep using the wrong terms because people are already familiar with the errors, or should be begin to unlock the doors of the prison and release others with the Truth?

Paul, as Shaul, arrested people in the assemblies because they used the true Name, "Yahuah."

The penalty was death. Paul became a follower of Yahusha, having formerly been a persecutor of the Natsarim.

Paul was stoned (Acts 7:58).

Saying the Name would get you stoned.

How The Name Was Changed

The letter J  is less than 500 years old, so the Name JESUS or JEZUS is a counterfeit. All scholars know that no one called the Mashiak Jesus while He walked the Earth.  Names are not translated, they are transliterated, meaning they are to sound the same no matter what language they are conveyed into. The true Hebrew Name Yahusha means "I am your Deliverer."

The KEY of KNOWLEDGE is the True Name

Millions are learning about how they have been held captive in their thinking patterns, and being set free by the Truth. Truth sets us free.

The name IESV (now Jesus) is not based on the Hebrew language, it's an encoded christogram-based device to stand in the place of the true Name, Yahusha. It is an interloper, with the suffix SUS used in other Greek terms alluding to the Nimrod Sun deity Zeus / Zus: Parnassus, Tarsus, Dionysus, Krassus, Ephesus, Bonasus, and others. The Greek suffix SUS is a reference to Zeus.

The Greek transliteration IESOUS, if heard in the ears of a Greek person, might sound to them as "hail Zeus," healing Zeus, or "hail Soos." The deity Zeus is Greek, and "soos" is the Hebrew word for horse. The Greek words that end in "sus" like Tarsus, Parnassus, Dionysus, Pegasus, etc., are phonetically honoring their Sun deity Zeus.   

The Greek is only an intermediate language.  We have the Hebrew, so we can ignore the Greek. 

Our Mashiak was not given a Greek Name, until human error entered the picture. The Jesuits can make all the excuses they want, but the Hebrew is the only definitive proof to turn to. The Name is foundational. Hebrew documents were confiscated by the Catholic Church, and most were destroyed. Being familiar with computer software, we can see how fragile information can be, especially if there is only one surviving copy of it. The Name of the Mashiak in Hebrew is Yahusha (yod-hay-uau-shin-ayin). The Greek IESOUS, due to having no letter "Y" and no "SH" sound, greatly distorts the true Name. When IESOUS went into Latin, it was corrupted into IESU, the name of an Egyptian deity. 

JESUS / ESUS is a name-change done by an identity thief.

The Book of Acts records how the early students of Yahusha "turned the world upside down."  The book of Acts is written by Luke, and speaks of the activities of Kefa (Peter), Shaul (renamed Paul), and other followers of Yahusha. Picture yourself in that life-setting. The Name of the Creator had been concealed from the common people for centuries, since the Babylonian Captivity.   Learning the true Name, everyone was astounded, and the Name became the hot topic of the day. When Peter stood up and addressed the crowds at Acts 2, he quoted Yaul 2 (Joel) and told them to be immersed into the Name "Yahusha." Today, just before the endpoint of the times of the Gentiles, the world is being turned upside down once again by the growing knowledge of the Name, which has been concealed for many centuries by the religious merchants. It is the Name of the Creator causing the religious establishment to be turned on its head.

Christians are called by a Greek term, having no idea that the term was used by Pagans first, as worshippers of Serapis, or that it is cognate with cretin (see your dictionary). They hang their hat on one translated verse from the Scriptures (Acts 11:26), while scholars know they were called Natsarim (see Acts 24:5), and they obeyed the Torah of Yahuah. Paul was known as a ringleader of the sect of Natsarim (Acts 24:5). 
The Greek words CHRISTOS and KRISTIANOS are not related in any way, but through revisionism they have come to be associated.

  Many today are apprehensive of groups that use the Hebrew Name of the Creator, and refer to them as "sacred name" groups. These who would criticize others for using the Hebrew Name should remember our Rabbi's prayer at John 17, where He said He had revealed the Name to them, and that they be kept as one by the power of the Father's Name. Those who use traditional terms in place of the Name, as most prefaces of the Scriptures will acknowledge, honestly believe avoiding His Name honors Him. The words LORD, God, HaShem, Eternal, Adonai, and sometimes Alahim are used as devices to replace the Name, a regrettable situation considering John 17.
The Encyclopedia Americana has this to say about the word GOD:

     "GOD (god, gawd) A common Teutonic word for personal object of religious worship, formerly applicable to superhuman beings of heathen myth; on conversion of Teutonic races to Christianity, term was applied to Supreme Being, and to Persons of Trinity."

Should we keep using the wrong terms because people are already familiar with the errors, or should be begin to unlock the doors of the prison and release others with the Truth?
Look up the word "BAAL" in Webster's. It is defined as "LORD." Belial is a form of BAAL, and is another term for Satan. What's going on? 

The over-looked issue here is this: at the time our Savior came, the Name was intentionally concealed, and any who spoke it aloud could be stoned to death for saying it.
He said He revealed it to those given to Him out of the world, and prayed that we be kept as ONE (in unity) by it  --Are we in unity? He criticized the Pharisees for withholding the Key of Knowledge (Luke 11:52), and what they withheld was the Name.
Why did they constantly want to stone Yahusha? He kept saying the Name. At Luke 19:38, the crowds were crying out a verse from Psalm 118:26 which contained the Name, and the Pharisees told Yahusha to rebuke them ~ because they were using the Name.
Why were the disciples called to stand before the Sanhedrin? They used the Name. Why was Stephen stoned (Acts 7)? When he said the Name, 
they screamed and put their hands over their ears, and killed him.
 Yahusha was condemned because He spoke the Name before the Sanhedrin, which caused the High Priest to tear his clothes, saying, "He has spoken blasphemy!"   To them, pronouncing the Name was blasphemy.  
Why was Paul on his way to Damascus to arrest Natsarim? To carry them back to the Sanhedrin to see if they would say the Name and be similarly condemned to death.  
Why were the Dead Sea Scrolls buried in the first place?
Because worn-out scrolls were treated with respect and buried in jars instead of being profanely burned or discarded, 
because they had the Name written on them
. The book of Esther isn't among them, because the Name is not written anywhere in the text. The Name is found in acrostic, twice forward, twice backwards. At Acts 2, Peter quoted Joel / Yual 2:32, emphasizing the importance of calling on the Name ~ and then to be immersed, calling on it. Pastors insist it is of no importance, and don't use it in their immersions. Falsehood and futility is what the prophet Jeremiah / YirmeYahu says the Gentiles have inherited: "Yahuah . . . To you the nations will come from the ends of the Earth and say, 'our fathers have inherited nothing but falsehood, futility, and things of no profit' . . . This time I will make them know My power and My might; and they shall know that My Name is Yahuah." - Yirme Yahu (Jeremiah) 16:19-21.

 At Romans 10:14, after quoting Yual 2:32, Paul asks: "How then shall they call upon Him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in Him whom they have not HEARD?"  
They don't know, or call, on His Name. HALLELU-YAH means "you praise Yah." Monks and translators sterilized the Scriptures by removing the Name from the texts, especially when you look at Acts 7 and the stoning of Stephen, or even read your preface. Taken as a whole, the main controversy in the New Testament seems to be the Name issue, and the announcing of the Kingdom of Yahuah. Yahusha's own Name contains the Name.   Revelation 7 and 14 connect together, because the seal in the foreheads (minds) of the 144,000 is this Name of the Father. 
Taking His Name "in vain" (shoah, lay-waste) means to bring it to nothing, missing it, or wiping it out. The Sinai Autograph of the original Name Yahuah / YHUH (link) written by His own hand was in what is called palaeo-Hebrew. All the prophets wrote the Name in this script. 

Paul Arrested The Natsarim

   The Yahudim were hoping for the Mashiak to come, and Yahusha was not going around telling anyone He was ~ but rather kept that an inside secret.   The only thing He did that caused the law teachers and priests to pick up stones to kill Him was what they called blasphemy. It was against their law to say the Name of Yahuah ~ and the penalty was death. This is not usually mentioned by the merchant preachers, because people would naturally start to search it out, and the Key of knowledge would be widespread.   The Name of Yahusha contains the Name of the Father, so even His Name was part of the problem for them.
The name "Y'shua" means salvation, and was a rather common name at the time. However; "Yahusha" means Yahuah is our Deliverer, and the Name "Yahusha" contains the Name YAH, and was clearly heard by all. 
Paul explains how he fought against those who were found in the synagogues that proclaimed Yahusha.
At Acts 26:9-11, Paul explains to King Agrippa: 

"I truly thought with myself that I ought to do many things contrary to the Name of the Mashiak of Natsarith. And this I also did in Yerushaliyim: and I both shut up many of the saints in prisons, having received authority from the chief priests, and WHEN THEY WERE PUT TO DEATH I GAVE MY VOTE AGAINST THEM. And punishing them constantly in the synagogues, I STROVE TO MAKE THEM BLASPHEME; and being exceedingly mad against them, I persecuted them even to foreign cities."    
They weren't being killed for any other reason than they were going against the "law" to not pronounce the Name.   After Shaul was knocked-down on his way to Damascus, and encountered the risen Yahusha, he began to pronounce the Name, and did what he had arrested others for doing, and watched them die for.   This is no small side-line issue, but is really central to what the entire Brit Chadasha reveals to us.   After Shaul was immersed by Ananias, (who was himself very afraid at first when he learned he was to be visited by the infamous Shaul), he took the name of "Paulos." The name Shaul and his reputation was terrifying to the rest of the Natsarim, and you can well understand why. He changed his name to "Paul."  For some time, Natsarim were still afraid and distrustful of Paul: 
" . . . Is not this he that in Yerushaliyim made havoc of them that called on this Name?   And has he come here for the intention that he might bring them bound before the chief priests . . ." 
(Acts 9:15,16). 

Pronouncing the Name was a REALLY big deal. Paul was nabbed by the Yahudim of Achaia, and they wanted him dead so much that they rushed him to the Roman proconsul Gallio. Gallio, no doubt a Pagan, must have thought they were crazy when he heard the reason they were so murderously enraged, and he said:

"If indeed it was an act of injustice or reckless evil, O Yahudim, according to REASON,  I would bear with you;  BUT if it be a question concerning a WORD, or NAMES, and that law which is among YOU, see you to it, for I will be no judge of THESE things." (Acts 18:14,15). Paul had to be locked up to protect him.  
He claims he was stoned on several occasions for pronouncing the Name. Men had sworn oaths to see Paul dead before they would eat again.   Paul had to hide, and sneak out of the city in a basket. Few Christians know why Paul was imprisoned. Now, you know. Believe it or not, there is quite a bit of shunning against those of us who use the Name, even among Natsarim who observe the appointed times since some don't agree with how the Name is spelled. We all agree it is spelled the same in Hebrew; it's the transliterating they have difficulty with. Paul and other Natsarim lives were ended over simply pronouncing the Name. The Name is like a fire shut up in our bones (Jer/YirmeYahu 20:9). We would die for the Name. Are we misguided? If the Name is of no importance, then those who have died over the Name have done so needlessly, including Paul and many of the early followers of Yahusha. Yahusha revealed the Name to them, and He has done so to us as well. There are always 2 sides to most issues, but since the Name is the strong tower, that's the safer bet to go with. 
The Name turned the world upside down once, and here in the days of the final message, it is doing it again.


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