Yahshua, the Savior’s Hebrew Name–Much Meaning Found Inside

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The Savior’s Hebrew name is Yahshua. That name was spoken by the angel Gabriel. He was a heavenly being and would not have spoken a name that is the English rendition of the Latin Iesus nor the Greek Iesous.

The Son of God has a Hebrew name. And His Hebrew name has significant meaning. In fact, the very translation of His name confirms the fact that the Supreme Being–the same One who appeared to the patriarchs and prophets, came in human flesh to this earth some 2,000 years ago. The Father was in the Son doing the works and speaking the words, according to the Savior. “God was in Christ reconciling the world unto Himself” (II Cor. 5: 19).

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The name “Yahshua” is the same name of the Hebrew patriarch Joshua, who was a type of Christ as he led the people of God…

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After high school, Kenneth Wayne Hancock enlisted in the Army, serving in a MASH hospital in Quang Tri, Vietnam during the Tet Offensive of January 1968. When he got out of the Army, he settled in Concord, Calif. and married Linda. He was an everyday drug user for three years, playing in rock bands, and yet still searching for the truth and the meaning to life. It was there that it was shown to him that the old self had to die. This led to an amazing conversion to Christ that would lead them to a 14 year stint as full time missionaries to Mexico and Ecuador. He also went on an expedition to Mt. Ararat, Turkey, in search for Noah's Ark. He has appeared on television many times speaking of his experiences. He is the author of two books, "The Unveiling of the Sons of God" and "Yah Is Savior: The Road to Immortality." He has also published short fiction and poetry. He currently is an Adjunct Instructor at two universities.
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