There are still many debates over the Names of the Most High and His Set-Apart Son, but most of these debates are merely challenges made by those who may not have a full understanding of Abary (Hebrew). Names like yahweh, ahayah, yehovah, and so on, only exist because of a basic lack of understanding of the Abary character ו . What sound does it truly make when not vowel pointed? The first 3 letters of the Name of the Father and Son start with יהו (yd ha wau/yode heh waw). This (without fail) will give us ya-hoo (Yahu). Knowing this, the use of Yahweh would not be possible (there are no vowel points that render Yahweh as the Name). Once we understand yd ha wau is always Yahu, we would know that Yeshua would fail to be the Name of Yahusha. Even the tribe of Judah in Abary starts with the same three characters: יהו - so what's the pronunciation? There is Evidence of the Name!!!
Judah in Hebrew: יהודה
The Father' Name: יהו ה
**Notice that the Name of the Father is spelled the same as Judah in Abary without the d (dalath). We pronounce Judah as Yahudah (ya-hu-dah). What do we get when we remove the d? יהודה (Yahudah) becomes יהו ה (Yahu ah: Yahuah)! The names in this video provide strong evidence for the Name of Yahuah and Yahusha.
YAHUAH and YAHUSHA
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Yachazy'al YachazaqYahu Shalum
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***NOTE: If your computer does not contain the Moabite Stone Font, words written in Ancient Hebrew will appear to be gibberish.***