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THE WORD OF YASHUWAH



THE NEW TESTAMENT
('the Grace')

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YASHUA means in Hebrew 'Elohim will Save'

YASHUWAH / YASHUWAH means in Hebrew 'Elohim is Salvation'

( see also Acts 26:14 up to 26:18 and Galatians 1:8 up to 1:12 )

True Hebrew YASHUWAH the Messiah had short hair and neat beard according to The Sacred Scripture, and clothed with a man's garment ==>> Hebrews 7:11 up to 7:17

(see also 1st Corinthians 11:1, 11:14 to 11:16)

He died on Wednesday evening and resurrected on Saturday evening according to the Sacred Scripture, which gives exactly three nights and three days.
(This is consistent with an annual Sabbath on Thursday, the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, and the weekly Sabbath on Saturday)

Biblical 'weekly Sabbath' starts on Friday sunset and finishes on Saturday sunset.
He died according to the Sacred Scripture 'hanged on the tree' (impaled) as his hands and feet have been nailed to the upright wooden pole (stake).


Note: Greek word 'stauros' never meant two pieces of timber placed across one another at any angle, but always of one piece alone. There is nothing [of the word 'stauros'] in the Greek of the N.T. even to imply two pieces of timber. (Greek word 'stauros' which correctly means 'stake' or 'upright wooden pole' totally agree with the rest of The Sacred Scripture where Greek word 'xulon' has been used which means 'tree': Acts 5:30; 10:39; 13:29, Gal 3:13, 1Pe 2:24)


     John Wilson