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Yahushua: The Only Way to the Father


Cloud and the park

Cloud and the park

Based on historical facts, no Jesus name ever existed, when the messiah was here in earth. Hence, despite it is written in the bible and strong delusions of professing biblical scholars, the rejection of Jesus Christ name as the only way to the Father is justified, because, spiritually, the Jesus Christ entity is virtually impossible to have existed, when the messiah was here on earth. What is then the name of the right way to the eternal Father? The applicable verses in this case is John 14:6-7, stating that:

6 Yahushua (Jesus) said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. If you had known me, you would have known my Father also.[a] From now on you do know him and have seen him.”(John 14:6-7, ESV Revised)

in relation to Zechariah 6:11-12, stating that:

11Then take some silver and gold to make a crown and set it on the head of Yahushua (Joshua) son of Jehozadak, the high priest. 12 Then say to him, ‘The Lord who rules over all says, “Look – here is the man whose name is Branch, who will sprout up from his place and build the temple of the Lord.(Zechariah 6:11-12, NET bible Revised)

Before discussing the “The Only Way to the Father“, let’s review the “What’s in a Jewish or Greek-Roman Name” sub-article, which is the first sequel of the (more…)

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What is the name of the Father?


Father's Name

Source:: Gustav Eggerking facebook page

Adults have confusing views on the personal name of the Father. Some says Yahweh, some alleges Jehovah, some calls Him through a title Lord, God, Adonai or Elohim. If you notice, almost everybody has his own way of naming the heavenly Father. And they are not aware that, in addition to the initial “Yah” sound in Hallelu-YAH or “Praise Yah” that is stated in Revelation 19, the last sound of the name of the Father is heard in a newborn’s cry. In essence, if anyone could only ask the newborn about the name of the Father, he or she will answer, correctly, half of it, more than the adults or differently from what is being taught to adults.

One of the elements of the name of the Father is life, which is externally manifested by sound ‘UHA’ in a newborn’s cry. It is so, it being the sound of presence of life in a newborn, upon birth. No wonder that there are verses, which show the Father’s love of children, whose innocence is (more…)

Jesus Christ’s knees will bow to ‘Yahushua’


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Daraga Parish Church

Assuming that Jesus Christ is not a fictitious person that was just created by the Christian bible, even his knees will bow to ‘Yahushua’ upon hearing his name. This proposition is based on Philippians 2:10-11, which psychologically caused political uproar of the Roman Empire, when it was in power, thus, the empire changed the name of the Son into Ἰησοῦς (Iēsous) in Greek. It was changed in order to alleviate the fear of kneeling down upon hearing his name.

Notice also that the name of the Father in the old testament was changed when the Hebrew scripture was translated to Koine Greek, which finally resulted to English Lord as noted in Isaiah 42:8. Although, there were various translations from Hebrew to Greek, Septuagint translation prevailed and, based on prevailing history, became the basis of early writers during Emperor Constantine’s time in compiling the old testament in Greek.   (more…)

“Excuse me, my name was pronounced Yahushua, not J-Zeus”


If you are asking for something from the messiah, what will you get as an answer after you call him ‘Jesus‘? Of course, the reply would be logically like this: “Excuse me, my name was pronounced Yahushua, not J-Zeus…Since you are asking something from J-Zeus, whose name is closely related to Greek and Roman god Zeus, kindly expect help from Zeus, if he can, not from my heavenly Father”.

Note: Beware of the ‘sign of  cross’ or ‘sign of the beast’ that may appear in the video. 

What is the basis of the above proposition?

The proposition is based on the study of elijah.com. According to the study, the real name of the messiah, who was being called as the branch, could be traced as it is prophesied in the old testament, more specifically, in Zechariah 6:9-15, stating as follows: (more…)

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