Jesus Christ is the son of God in Christian theology. He is also referred to as Jesus of Nazareth, Jesus the Nazarene, and Jesus Christ of Nazareth. The Bible refers to him as the Messiah, which means “anointed one.”
Names For Jesus In The Bible
The original name, Jesus, can be found in the English language of the KJV Bible. The Old Testament uses the name, Joshua. The King James Version translators followed this pattern and used Jesus in all the New Testament verses where Greek manuscripts have Iesous (KJV Strong’s number G2424). “If that was so then why do we find “Jeshua” four times (Ezra 2:2; 3:2; 5:2; Nehemiah 7:7)? Furthermore, why did they render “Joshua” as “Josuah” 24 times? It seems that something has changed.”
Names of Jesus And Meanings
The word Jesus is the latin form of the hebrew name YAHSHUA, which means “JEHOVAH IS SALVATION.” The original form of this name was Yeshua (Yahshua), meaning “Jehovah is Salvation”.
Jesus is also known as Christ (Greek), Joshua (Hebrew) and Immanuel (“God with us”).
In the Hebrew language, Yeshuah is Jesus’ name. In other words, this is the way you would say “Jesus” in Hebrew. Yeshuah also refers to Messiah in the same way that it was used when he was born and lived among us. It means “YAHWEH saves”. This is why it was chosen as his official name on his baptism day by John the Baptist—because this is what he came to do!
The word Messiah translates into English as “the anointed one” or “the Christ” (see Matthew 1:16). It’s a Hebrew word with no exact equivalent in English because it refers specifically to Jesus being both God’s Son and His representative here on earth (John 5:22–23).
The name Yeshua is the Hebrew name of Jesus. The word means “Yahweh saves” or “Yahweh is salvation.” Yeshua was used by Jews and Christians to refer to Jesus, but it is also a common Arabic name, so it’s sometimes used by Muslims as well. It’s not uncommon for Baha’is to use this name as well.
This name carries great significance because it means “one who brings salvation” or “one who helps others save themselves.” In Judaism, the Messiah is expected to come at some point in history and bring about peace on earth (as well as other things). When people started connecting these prophecies with Jesus Christ, they began calling him Yeshua instead of his birth name Yahshua (in Greek) or Joshua (in English).
JESHUA is a Hebrew name for Jesus. The name means “Jehovah Saves,” or “God Saves.” It can be translated as “Savior,” or “deliverer from God.”
YAHUSHUA is a name for Jesus in the Bible. It is a Hebrew name for Jesus, meaning “Yahweh is salvation” or “He saves.” Messianic Jews and Christians use this name for Jesus as well as other names such as Yeshua (the Aramaic form of the name), Yeshuwa (the Babylonian form of the name), or Christ (a Greek title meaning “anointed one”).
Joshua was the successor of Moses and a leader of the Israelites. He led them into the Promised Land, where he conquered Canaan and established their occupation there. Joshua was also a warrior who fought in many battles against enemies such as Amorites, Hittites and Canaanites. The book of Joshua is named after him because it contains accounts of his life during this time period.
Joshua’s importance lies not only in what he did for God but also on his relationship with Him: He was one of two men who spoke directly with God face-to-face without having any human intermediary (the other being Moses). In fact, Joshua was one of four people who had that privilege: Abraham; Moses; Aaron; and Samuel were also able to do so (Exodus 33:11).
JEHOSHUA means “YAHWEH is salvation” and it is the name that Jesus was given at his circumcision. It’s also known as YAHWEH is salvation.
ALMIGHTY GOD: “For the LORD your God is the one who goes with you to fight for you against your enemies to give you victory” (Deuteronomy 20:4). “For the LORD your God is God of gods and Lord of lords, the great, mighty and awesome God who does not show partiality nor take a bribe” (Deuteronomy 10:17).
ALMIGHTY LORD: You shall fear the LORD your God; Him shall ye serve,…and cleave unto Him; He is your life (Deut. 13:1-3). The heaven and heavens of heavens cannot contain thee; how much less this house which I have built?…But will make his mercy greater than our sins…(Psalm 130:5-8). The Lord hath showed me an amazing thing in His Law; it is that there are no poor among them (Proverbs 14:34)
ALMIGHTY GOD JESUS CHRIST – This name was given exclusively by Jesus when He came into this world as Savior and Redeemer for mankind’s sinfulness, born from His Father’s side before all time began.(John 1:2)
Studying the Bible is essential because of how important God is.
We should give our full attention to the Bible since it contains God’s message to humanity. We need to get in touch with him. Since we aim to take his words to heart, we will be giving them our full and undivided attention.
What a priceless piece of advice! A biblical passage describes them as “more to be desired than gold, even much fine gold; also sweeter than honey and drippings of the honeycomb” (Psalm 19:10). More than the biggest joys that our world wants—money and food—the Bible satisfies us.
Paul told young pastor Timothy that “all Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness” (2 Timothy 3:16). As you speak, God “breathes out” each individual word in the Bible. It is absolutely original in this respect. That statement is true of the Bible but not of any other literature.
Reading the Bible is not the same as studying it.
The Bible is just another document, therefore we read it as quickly as possible. In contrast, we don’t rush through Bible study. We search for answers to the world’s mysteries as we attempt to make sense of it. What they say is given serious consideration.
Ephesians 1:1-14 can be read in 30 seconds, yet the lessons it contains will last you a lifetime. The Gospel of John can be read in its entirety in roughly two hours. But its complexity ensures that you’ll never get bored exploring it.
The reward of maturing in God’s word will be ours for as long as we live.
It’s important to devote a lot of time to Bible study and have faith in what you’re reading.
We put in the time and effort necessary since we value education highly. However, relying on God also calls for us to ask for wisdom.
Paul urged Timothy to “think over what I say, for the Lord will give you understanding in everything” (2 Timothy 2:7). God endows us with wit, but we have to put it to use.
The evangelist George Whitefield began devoting himself to reading the Bible on a regular basis once he became a Christian. Author says, “I began to read the Holy Scriptures upon my knees, laying aside all other books and praying over, if possible, every line and word… I daily received fresh life, light, and power from above.” Take note of how modest he is.1
Whether or not we choose to get on our knees to study, that’s where our focus ought to be.
But one thing is for sure, that jesus christ is the son of god, and by accepting him as our personal savior we get to spend eternity in heaven with god. Amen!