The prophesied naming of the Messiah within the Bible, is overlooked by many, as it takes being able to dismantle all of it, to get to the roots of what is ascribed.
Keywords: Messiah, Christ, Return, Name, Prophecy, Bible, God, Lord, Hashem, Creator
Summary: The prophesied naming of the Messiah within the Bible, is overlooked by many, as it takes being able to dismantle all of it, to get to the roots of what is ascribed.
Within the Bible the Messiah is symbolically named twice, first is the Song of Moses, and next is the Song of the Flock/Lambs (Revelation 15:3).
In Exodus 15:2 the Lord promised to become the people's Salvation (Yeshua - H3444); where in Exodus 14:13 it was the Salvation of God that separated the Red Sea.
Exodus 15:2 The Lord is my strength and song, and He has become my salvation. He is my God, and I will glorify Him, my father's God (Divine Being), and I will exalt Him.
Yehohsua is a symbolic naming, where Moses renamed Hosea (Deliverer/Saviour) son of Nun 'Yehoshua', adding a yod before the name; making it mean the 'Lord Saves' or 'He shall be a Saviour/Deliverer' - for he shall lead the people into the promised land (Deuteronomy 3:28, Deuteronomy 31:23).
We find this same symbolism of naming, when Yehoshua son of Yehozadek lead the people back from the Babylonian Exile.
Then when it was stated he shall be called 'Yehoshua for he shall save his people' in Matthew 1:21, this naming was prophetically ordained by God.
When Yehoshua son of Joseph & Miriam was killed by his brothers, and chucked in a Pit, this was symbolism of what happened within the Tanakh to Joseph; where he then 'receives an inheritance to share with the strong' (Isaiah 53:12).
The terminology Yeshua meaning the 'Salvation' of God (H3444), separated the Red Sea (Exodus 14:13), fought against the children of Ammon (2 Chronicles 20:17), and did mighty things in the past.
This spirit of Salvation is prophesied in Isaiah 52:10-14 to be placed into the flesh of David; where it is paraphrasing Psalms 89:19-21, that the Lord would anoint David to be the Messiah.
When Yehoshua/Yeshua came two thousand years ago, he was specifically named to fulfil Isaiah 52:10, which has the roots Yeshua Elohim - implying the Spirit of Salvation was placed into David as a sanctified vessel, to suffer the things at the cross in Isaiah 53.
The Song of Moses that the Lord would become our salvation, was repeated in Psalms 118, where 'the Lord becomes our Salvation' is repeated twice (Psalms 118:14+21), and then it is placed into the Chief Corner Stone (Psalms 118:22).
When Yeshua said you won't see him again, 'until you say blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord', this is a continuation of Psalms 118:26.
Psalms 118:26 Blessed is He coming in the name of Jehovah; we have blessed You out of the house of Jehovah.
Matthew 23:39 For I say to you, You shall not see Me from now on until you say, "Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord."
Now the naming of the Lord is where there is problems, as people perceive YHVH is a name, yet it means the 'Lord who makes manifest' or 'Lord who is to become' - thus implying the 'Lord of Creation'.
This verse in Judges 13:18 shows that it wasn't the name of the Lord, as here it says the actual name of the Creator was a secret to them.
Judges 13:18 And the angel of the LORD said unto him, Why askest thou thus after my name, seeing it is secret?
When we study many of the world's religions, we can show the Creator's name was variations of 'Zan' within many of the world's religions. In the book Zanoni, it correlated that the name 'Zan' had been known in many cultures as the name of the Creator.
Zan was unquestionably the Chaldean appellation for the sun. Even the Greeks, who mutilated every Oriental name, had retained the right one in this case, as the Cretan inscription on the tomb of Zeus (Ode megas keitai Zan.—"Cyril contra Julian." (Here lies great Jove.)) significantly showed. As to the rest, the Zan, or Zaun, was, with the Sidonians, no uncommon prefix to On. Adonis was but another name for Zanonas, whose worship in Sidon Hesychius records. - Zanoni by Edward Bulwer Lytton - Zanoni by Edward Bulwer Lytton
Isaiah 9:5 For every 'boot of the warrior' is with commotion, and the coat rolled in blood shall be burning fuel for the fire.
The terminology 'Boot of the Warrior' is 'Saun San' (סאון סאן) the same as we find as variations of the name of the Creator, and in Isaiah 9:6, it doesn't say the Messiah is God, instead 'he shall be called that', and when we realize the Messiah has the name of the Creator, it is symbolism of the naming.
Isaiah 9:6 For to us a Child is born, to us a Son is given; and the government shall be on His shoulder; and His name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.
This verse in Zechariah 12:8 is the same as Isaiah 9:6, where the Messiah has been given the name of the Creator to fulfil prophecy globally.
Zechariah 12:8 In that day Jehovah shall defend around the people of Jerusalem. And it will be, he who is feeble among them at that day shall be like David; and the house of David shall be like God (Divine Beings), like the Angel of Jehovah before them.
In Ancient Hebrew the name of the 'Flock' of Israel is 'Zan' (צאן), this in modern Hebrew is pronounced 'Tson'; thus when other cultures met the Israelites, they understood the 'Flock' was named after the Creator.
The verse in Isaiah 41:25 has been translated 'as he shall call on my name', yet the Hebrew specified, that 'he shall come, and be called in my name'; which is the same symbolism of the returning Messiah being named after the Lord.
'Shall be called יקרא (H7121) in my name בשׁמי (H8034)'
Isaiah 41:25 I have raised up one from the north, and he shall come from the sunrise; he will call on My name. And he shall come on rulers as on mortar, and as the potter tramples clay.
The first naming of the Messiah was Yeshua (salvation) to fulfil the 'Suffering Servant' riding in on a donkey (Zechariah 9:9), and then the returning Messiah on the clouds & lightning in Zechariah 9:14, is named Zion, as the place of David, and habitation of the Lord (Psalms 132:13-14).
There are multiple places where Zion becomes the symbolic naming of the Messiah in the Messianic Age, where 'out of Zion shall come the Law' (Isaiah 2:3, Micah 4:2), 'when the Lord is in Zion' (Isaiah 24:23), 'the Lord shall dwell in Zion' (Joel 3:21, Psalms 99:2), 'the Lord shall roar from Zion' (Amos 1:2, Joel 3:16-17), and the place where the name of the Lord of Creation (YHVH) resides is Mount Zion (Isaiah 18:7, Micah 4:7).
Though Yeshua came to bring the Good News (Gospel) that the kingdom of God will come in Isaiah 61:1, and to announce the Time of Vengeance in Isaiah 61:2; the returning Messiah comes to bring the Good News of the coming of the Kingdom.
Isaiah 52:7 How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of him who brings good tidings, making peace heard; who brings good news, making salvation heard; who says to Zion, Your God (Divine Being) reigns!
Yeshua fulfilled Isaiah 52:10- where he was a sanctified vessel with the flesh of David, who on suffering the things done to him in Isaiah 53, is given an inheritance to share with the strong at the return. Then in Isaiah 52:1-9 we have the triumphant Messiah returning with the name King Zion the Divine Being. We also find this same phraseology in Psalms 146:10, Psalms 147:12 'your Divine Being Zion'.
When we understand that Elohim means a Divine Being, and not God;, as God singular is El (H410) in Hebrew, and plural of El is Elim (H433), Eloh implies a single Divine Being, and Elohim (H430) is a plural of it - where it implied Avatars like the Sanskrit.
These verses are saying that Zion is to declare himself as their Divine Being/Avatar, sent as the Messiah to fulfil the coming of the Messianic Age.
Isaiah 40:9 Go up for yourself on the high mountain, bringer of good tidings to Zion. Lift up your voice with strength, O you who bring good tidings to Jerusalem; lift up, do not be afraid. Say to the cities of Judah, Behold your God (Divine Being)!
Isaiah 41:27 I first shall say to Zion, Behold! Behold them! And I will give to Jerusalem one who bears good news.
The timeline of the return is also as all nations fight against each other, and then the Judgement Day Fire comes to remove the false religious teachings, and to create a new kingdom, that shall then remain forever.
When we realize the Messiah shall be named after the Lord in multiple places, Revelation 3:12 makes more sense; where it correlates that the Messiah will have the name of the Creator (Zan), the name of the New Jerusalem (Zion), the name of the Archangel who is a Pillar in the Temple of God (Sandalphon), and the New Name of Christ (Sananda).
Revelation 3:12 He who overcomes, I will make him a pillar (Sandalphon) in the temple of my God, and he will go out from there no more. I will write on him the name of my God, and the name of the city of my God (Zion), the new Jerusalem, which comes down out of heaven from my God, and my own new name (Sananda).
In Revelation 19:12 we see the Messiah has a secret name, and many Crowns, which have been given in Revelation 4-5, where the 24 Elders all give their Crowns to the Lamb, to be appointed as the King of Kings. This is where in many of the world's religions, we can find the name of the final avatar as variances of our name Zanda, and Zan for short
As we align the different timelines, we see that as Armageddon takes place, the name of the Lord shall be one globally, which implies it has to be a name that can be accepted by all the world's religions.
Zechariah 14:9 And Jehovah shall be King over all the earth; in that day there shall be one Jehovah, and His name shall be one.
Some people think that the Israelites were bigoted, yet they were specific that they worshipped the Creator Divine Being (YHVH Eloh), and recognized that the God Most High (El Elyon) is the Source of reality above all of the Divine Council.
Because they didn't follow a form of henotheism like the Babylonian Jews have done ever since their exile, the ancient people understood that all of the Divine Council are aspects of the one God.
This verse in Micah implies that in the Messianic Age, it will be recognized that each of the authors of the different religions sent from Heaven, are members of the Divine Council, with the Creator as the one who made all of it.
Micah 4:5 For all peoples will walk, each one in the name of his god (Divine Being); and we will walk in the name of Jehovah our God (Divine Being) forever and ever.
There are many prophetic utterances that the Word of the Lord becomes a fire.
Isaiah 30:27 Behold, the name of Jehovah comes from far, burning with His anger, and uplifting of smoke; His lips are full of fury, and His tongue like a devouring fire.
In Jeremiah 23 where King David is appointed as the Messiah, his name shall be the Lord our Righteousness (YHVH Zdqnu - יהוה צדקנו), where in Hebrew that is an anagram of our name (Zanda). What many have got confused is that Yeshua two thousand years ago, was a reincarnation of David with 'the spirit of the Lord placed upon him' (Isaiah 42:1).
Because David suffered for the sake of the Gospel as Yeshua, he was then appointed to be made of the Order of Melchizedek (Psalms 110).
David then returns as the King of Kings in all these verses, to rule the nations with an Iron Rod.
Ezekiel 34:23-24, Ezekiel 37:24-25, Jeremiah 23:5, Jeremiah 30:8-9, Jeremiah 33:15, Hosea 3:5, Isaiah 55:3, Isaiah 22:22, Isaiah 9:6-7, Revelation 5:5, etc.
In Jeremiah 23:29 the Scripture is prophesied to become a fire, yet for that to happen it takes people studying it, else God will just keep those who respected what was ascribed.
In Jeremiah 31:6 once the Messiah is established with the name Zion, he will bring the people back to the land, and establish the Messianic Kingdom.