Again I say thanks for allowing my letters to be printed. I agree with the letter titled “His people will know his name” that appeared over the weekend.
His chosen ones will have the desire to search for the truth which is found in scripture and out of scripture. Even preachers confess that this is true.
It is a biblical fact that the Messiah is a Hebrew, not an Italian nor a Greek and certainly not English. It is also a fact that something is very wrong when a person goes to church for many years and is never told that the Hebrew alphabet has no letter “J”.
The New Strongs Bible Dictionary of Bible words has 288 pages in the English index and 262 pages in the Hebrew/Aramaic index with 162 pages in the Greek index. James Strong identified 8674 Hebrew words in the Hebrew index, which begins with #1 and ends with #8674. The Greek index goes from #1 to #5624, a difference of 3050 numbers.
In the Strongs Dictionary at #3050, I find the three Hebrew consonants (what we refer to as letters) and these consonants form the English letters Yah, which is the sacred name of the Hebrew Messiah, Yahusha.
Yahushalahim is the ancient name of His city that we have been calling Jerusalem, and this is the city where He placed His name.
In the Strongs Bible dictionary, at the word Jesus is the #2424 - he-she-it. Now, is the Messiah a she or an it?
It also has the Latin autos which means self. At #2424 in the Greek, His name is Inoous, lesous, aa-ee-sooce — and then it references #3091 which gives his name in Aramaic, which is Yehowshua.
I find it strange that there is a 3050 number difference in the Hebrew and the Greek numbers, and that number is exactly the number where I find the sacred name Yah, also Psalms 68-4.
Rowland F. Godfrey