Question: What does the name Yeshua mean?
Bible Answer: Yeshua
commonly used among Jews who believe that Jesus is their Messiah. That
is, they have accepted Jesus as their God, Savior, and Lord. They are
usually called Hebrew Christians. A dear Jewish friend calls himself
a "completed Jew." But the word did not originate with them.
It is a Hebrew word from ancient times.
Yeshua comes from the Hebrew
word actually means "salvation." It is used throughout the
Old Testament and has also been translated as Joshua (Joshua 1:1). However,
when referring to Jesus, Hebrew Christians might say Y’shua or
Yeshua and not Jesus.
New Testament. When the angel announced
Jesus' birth to Joseph, he said,
And she will bear a Son; and you shall call His name
Jesus, for it is He who will save His people from their sins. (NASB)
The Greek word for Jesus is
has the same meaning as the Hebrew word Yeshua.
Conclusion:After the angel gave Jesus another
name - "Immanuel." It completes the painting and tells us that
Jesus is God.
BEHOLD, THE VIRGIN SHALL BE WITH CHILD, AND SHALL BEAR
A SON, AND THEY SHALL CALL HIS NAME IMMANUEL,” which translated
means, “GOD WITH US.” (NASB) Matt. 1:23
Jesus is our Savior and our God.