What's in a name? Much indeed. Everything has a name. And in Scripture names are of much importance. They are often a clue to them meaning of the book they title. And the name by which The Book is titled is key to its meaning.
God has many names. All of which give some information about the nature of God. But there is one name which was given through Moses which speaks volumes. It is found in Exodus 3: 'I am that I am.' And it is summed up on the four consonants 'yod he vav he'.
It is an oddity that, though this name is repeated over 6800 times in the Tanach, the Jews do not speak this name. Though they are called by this name, they do not call upon this name. And though they have returned to the land, they have as yet to return to calling upon the NAME of God. And by their tradtion (using Ha Shem in place of His name) they break the comandment to 'call upon the name of the 'LORD'.
'The Name' fell into disuse after the return from Babylon. In Ezra and Nehemaih it is written very few times, and the term 'God' used use much. And by the time of Herod's temple only the High Priest would speak the name, and then only on Yom Kippur. Then after the destruction of the second temple, the memory of how to pronounce the Name was lost all together. From that time the tradition of saying 'Ha Shem' has ruled to this day.
But, as we approach the time of the third temple, this tradition, as well as many other Jewish traditions, will be shaken, so that what is good may remain. Israel will again call upon the name of God.
His name is Yahuah! God desires for the Jews to again speak this name. For just as the Son came forth from the Father, His name comes from the Father's name. 'Yahshuah' is taken directly from Yahuah. And not long after they speak the name of the Father, they will speak the name of the Son. One will come who will lead the way. He is the one sent. He comes in the name of the Lord, Yahuah.
In the name of Yahshuah