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How the Word j+sus is an Insult in Hebrew


The whole world has already been deceived to follow the Beast; where because they've not recognized it is there within the language, they've not realized it's blatantly within the texts.
When Revelation says the world will follow the Beast, it has already been deceived by the Anti-Christ's doctrine; where the word j+sus (יסוס) means 'a beast that will trample down', and the word j+ses (יסס) means 'a beast that will tare away' (Matthew 7:6).

Yeshua's (ישׁוּעה) real name means God's 'Salvation', and Yehoshua (יהושׁע) means the 'Lord Saves'.

The symbolism behind both sacred words has been overlooked, where it was the Salvation of God (H3444), that fought against the Children of Ammon (2 Chronicles 20:17), separated the Red Sea (Exodus 14:13), and did mighty things in the past.

Hosea son of Nun had his name changed to Yehoshua, where Hosea means 'Saviour/Deliverer', and when adding a yod before a word, it makes it mean it 'Shall' do something. Where it was prophesied for Yehoshua to lead the people into the promised land (Deuteronomy 3:28, Deuteronomy 31:23). It was then Yehoshua son of Yehozadek who lead the people back from the Babylonian exile. When it says in Matthew 1:21, 'he shall be called Yehoshua, for he shall save his people', that is what the word means 'Shall bring Deliverance'.

Now as the Bible became Hellenized, and then Romanized, many of the deeper meanings in the language have been overlooked to create a false identity of the Messiah; yet all of this was prophesied in advanced.

It is strange considering in Latin the word 'Sus' means 'a swine', and in Hebrew 'a horse', that no one noticed j+sus means 'a horse' or 'a beast that shall trample down'.

Whereas many Christians have been lead to believe that in Genesis 3:15, the Messiah came to catch out the devil by acting as a human sacrifice, this is the opposite; the Messiah came to share wisdom in his testimony (Isaiah 8:11-22), where it was purposely replaced with idolatry by the Pharisaic authors, and false naming to catch-out those who don't know the Hebrew or study.

Quote:
Genesis 3:15 And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your seed and her Seed; He will bruise your head, and you shall bruise His heel.


The actual contexts of the 'heel' that shall catch out the wicked, is within Genesis 49's statements to Jacob's sons.

In Genesis 49:10 we're told that 'the sceptre of righteousness (Messiah) shall come from Judah'.

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Genesis 49:10 The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a Lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh comes. And the obedience of the peoples to him.


In Genesis 49:18 we're told to wait for the coming of the Salvation of God (Yeshua). In Genesis 49:17, we're told that Dan which means a 'Judge' will catch-out the serpent by the horse's heel (j-sus).

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Genesis 49:17-18 Dan shall be a serpent by the way, an adder in the path, that bites the horse's (j-sus) heels, so that its rider shall fall backward. (18) I have waited for Your salvation (Yeshua), O Jehovah.


The terminology to 'fall backwards', and be taken, is used in the Bed of Adultery in Isaiah 28:13; where the Chief Corner Stone is placed into the middle of the Bed (Isaiah 28:16), and they've made a 'Covenant of Death' about him (Isaiah 28:15+18). It is stated that those who'd believe they get an inheritance from the death of the Messiah, will be the ones who are condemned in the Bed of Adultery.

The Psalms, and Isaiah's statements are saying rather than putting our trust in the material beings, we're to put our faith into God.

Quote:
Psalms 20:7 Some trust in chariots, and some in horses (sus); but we will remember the name of Jehovah our God.

Psalms 33:17 A horse (sus) is a vain thing for safety; neither shall he deliver by his great strength

Isaiah 31:1-3 Woe to those who go down to Egypt for help, and lean on horses (sus) and trust in chariots, because it is great; and in horsemen, because they are so very strong, but they do not look to the Holy One of Israel, nor do they seek Jehovah! (2) Yet He also is wise, and will bring evil, and will not call back His Words, but will arise against the house of evil-doers and against the help of those who work iniquity. (3) And Egypt is a man, and not God; and their horses (sus) are flesh, and not Spirit. When Jehovah shall stretch out His hand, both he who helps shall fall, and he who is helped shall fall down, and they shall all cease together.


It is very clear that Hebrew readers are being warned not to put their trust in a horse (sus), and instead to recognize the name of the Lord.

When Yeshua was saying not to give the Bible to the Gentiles as they'd confuse it; within the language it shows it was meant to be a form of riddle, where it is continuing what we find in the Tanakh.

Quote:
Matthew 7:6 “Don’t give that which is holy to the dogs, neither throw your pearls before swine, lest perhaps they 'trample them under their feet' (יסוס), and turn and 'tear you to pieces' (יסס).


This same idea of trample under feet is in the same order within the texts: where first we find j+sus 'a horse that will trample down' in Genesis 49:17-18, and then we have 'a grub that shall tare away' in Isaiah 51:8.

Quote:
Isaiah 51:8 For the moth will eat them up like a garment, and the grub (j+sēs - יסס) shall eat them like wool; but my righteousness will be forever, and my salvation (Yeshua) to all generations.


The context of Isaiah 51:5-8 is that Salvation went out as a Judge to the nations, and when the Judgement Day Fire comes, those who recognize the Salvation of God (Yeshua - H3444) shall remain, and those who follow the 'Grub that shall tare away' (j+ses), at the fabric of religion shall be removed.

This same idea is found within the Song of Moses, where in Exodus 15:1 the Egyptian Horses (sus) are swallowed up by the Red Sea, and in Exodus 15:2 it states 'that the Lord will become our salvation (Yeshua)'.

Quote:
Exodus 15:1-2 Then the sons of Moses and Israel sang this song to Jehovah, and spoke, saying, I will sing to Jehovah, for He has triumphed gloriously; the horse (sus) and his rider He has thrown into the sea. (2) Jehovah is my strength and song, and He has become my salvation (Yeshua - H3444). He is my God, and I will glorify Him, my father's God, and I will exalt Him.


We find the same terminology of 'trample', and then 'tare to pieces', where the horses/moth shall be cut off, just like we find in Exodus 15:1, Isaiah 31:1-3, Isaiah 51:8, and the Salvation of God will remain for ever.

Quote:
Micah 5:8-10 And the remnant of Jacob shall be among the nations, in the midst of many peoples, like a lion among the beasts of the forest, like a young lion among the flocks of sheep, who, if he goes through, both tramples and tears in pieces. And there is none to snatch back. (9) Your hand shall be high above your foes, and all your enemies shall be cut off. (10) And it shall be in that day, says Jehovah, I will cut off your horses (sus) out of your midst, and I will destroy your chariots.


Modern Hebrew scholars don't get any of this cryptology, as they didn't understand Yeshua placed the meaning of Matthew 7:6 concisely; where it has been misinterpreted like 'pearls before swine' or 'that which is holy given to the dogs', where they didn't examine it properly.

It is clear that the Greek scholars who translated the Bible could've translated the word 'moth's grub' from Hebrew to its Greek, yet they left it; maybe implying that they'd notice part of the cryptology within the texts.

Quote:
Luke 12:33-34 Sell that which you have, and give gifts to the needy. Make for yourselves purses which don't grow old, a treasure in the heavens that doesn't fail, where no thief approaches, neither moth (sēs) destroys. (34) For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.

G4597 ףח́ע sēs Apparently of Hebrew origin [H5580]; a moth: - moth.


When Revelation says the world follows the Beast, by definition of what the rest of the Bible implied, that is the terminology j+sus/j+ses, and to correct this all we need to do is educate people that it is an insult in Hebrew, and the real name Yeshua/Yehoshua is sacred. There has been tons of additional contexts overlooked, where instead of creating idolatry, and worshipping some man-god, it is meant to glorify the salvation of God.

This is where some of the New Testament authors, were saying 'when we pray in the name of Yeshua', we will be granted forgiveness; this is because it is praying to the right department in Heaven, where Yehoshua means the 'Lord Saves', and Yeshua (Salvation) acts as an intercessor before God.
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