Painted on wood in oil- digitally enhanced.
YAHSHUA is a Hebrew name meaning (HIS Salvation) or God's salvation. He was born in Bethlehem of Judea in Israel, on the continent of Africa. The Messiah was born into the 12 tribes of Israel and sprung from the tribe called Judah or in Hebrew (Yahudah).
When the angel Gabriel brought the good news to the (Hebrew virgin, Miriam), that she would give birth to the Savior... Matthew 1:21 says ye shall call His name YAHSHUA, for He will (save His people) from their sins."
This is why He was given His Hebrew name long before the English or Latin language was in existence because His name means what He came to the world in the flesh to do...(save His people).
By His name being changed, it does not have the same meaning as His Hebrew name YAHSHUA. The angel Gebriel specifically told Miriam that she would give birth to a son and His name would be SALVATION. The word and or name YAHshua means YAH's (God's) Salvation, His Salvation, or just salvation.
It is said that the name (Jesus) in Latin means "earth pig" making it pagan and a blasphemous name to call our Messiah. Who changed His name and why? This is something to think about and further research for those who can't believe it.
Many people argue that YAHshua was from the middle east and that he was OLIVE colored. LOL! Please google Olives...they're either black or green! And we know that He wasn't green!
In conclusion...Id like to give you something to ponder on. During slavery the slaves were not allowed to read the bible. They were taught by their oppressors who gave them the bible through the eyes of white supremacy. The slave masters even took more than half of the bible out so that slaves wouldn't eventually read and find out that the bible was about them...an OPPRESSED people. Fast forward to today, we are now waking up to the BIGGEST SECRETS EVER KEPT.
The so called Negroes are the true children of Israel...the descendants of the slaves...given many different names like black, African American and colored. They even hid the name and identity of the true Messiah. Do your research. Shalom.
Deut. 28- The Curses Of True Israel.
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• 20.5 mil thick poly-cotton blend canvas
• Hand-stretched over solid wood stretcher bars
• Matte finish coating