24 Hebrew Words Confirming Messiah’s True Name


All 24 Hebrew words below start, end, or include “sha” in them – all
these words CONFIRM Messiah’s TRUE NAME, reflecting some of
His attributes and/or characteristics LINKED to His Name.

Hebrew#:8104 רמש / sha-mar (verb): Safeguard—The act or the duty of protecting or defending; to watch over or guard in the sense of preserving or protecting. To keep watch.
Messiah protects and watches over His sheep. He gave His Word to guard His sheep.
Yohn 8:51

Greek#:5219 / hoop-ak-oo-o (verb): Obey
Hebrew#:8085 עמש / sha-ma (verb): Hear—To perceive or apprehend by the ear; to listen to with attention. To obey.
Messiah obeyed His Father unto death, and taught us HOW to obey Father YHUH (YHWH).
Yohn 8:28-29

Greek#:2065 / er-o-tah-o (verb): Ask
Hebrew#:7592 לאש / sha-al (verb): Enquire—To ask about; to search into; to seek to understand what is not known.
Messiah sought to ONLY do His Father’s will and desire, NOT His own.
Yohn 5:30

Greek#:4990 / so-tare (noun): Savior
Hebrew#:3467 עשי / ya-sha (verb): Rescue—To free or deliver from a trouble, burden or danger. {The Greek word is a translation of the participle form of the Hebrew verb עשי meaning “one who rescues.”}
Messiah’s perfect sacrifice SAVED us from death and destruction.
Matt 1:21

Greek#:2268 / hay-sah-ee-as (name): Isaiah
Hebrew#:3470 והיעשי / y-sha-ya-hu (name): Yeshayahu—A personal name of Hebrew origin meaning “Yahuah has saved.”
We find the 3 Hebrew letters Yod-Hay-Uau(Waw) [Yahu] in the Father and Son’s Names
Isa 43:11; Isa 45:21; Yo’el 2:32; Mat 1:21

Greek#:1515 / i-ray-nay (noun): Peace
Hebrew#:7965 םולש / sha-lom (noun): Completeness—Something that has been finished or made whole. A state of being complete.
Through Messiah’s completed work on the tree/stake, we can be complete and have peace.
Luk 24:36

Greek#:4521 / sab-bat-on (noun): Sabbath day
Hebrew#:7676 תבש / sha-bat (noun): Ceasing—A stopping of work or activity; An activity curtailed before completion. The seventh day of the week (often translated as Sabbath) when all business ceases for rest and celebration.Messiah is Master over the Sabbath (that He personally observed).
Matt 12:8

Greek#:2518 / kath-yoo-do (verb): Sleep
Hebrew#:7901 בכש / sha-khav (verb): Lay down—To lie down for copulation, rest or sleep.
Through Messiah’s work on the tree, we can enter the rest of ELohim (Almighty) and rest in Him in every area of our lives.
Matt 11:28

Greek#:4352 / pros-koo-neh-o (verb): Worship
Hebrew#:7812 החש / sha-hhah (verb): Bend down—To pay homage to another one by bowing low or getting on the knees with the face to the ground.
Messiah taught and demonstrated to us HOW to worship The Father in Spirit and Truth.
Yohn 4:21-24

Hebrew#:7563 עשר / re-sha (noun): Lost— Departed from the correct path or way, either out of ignorance or revolt.
Messiah was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Yisra’el. He died for our lawlessness to guide us BACK to His Father’s paths of righteousness.
Matt 15:24

Greek#:4095 / pee-no (verb): Drink
Hebrew#:8248 הקש / sha-qah (verb): Drink—To swallow liquid, whether of man or of the land.
Messiah taught us to drink from His cup, and also drink from His Father’s Word of Truth(Torah) to quench our hunger and thirst.
Matt 26:27; Yohn 4:10

Greek#:652 / ap-os-tol-os (noun): Apostle
Hebrew#:7971 חלש / sha-lahh (verb): Send—To cause to go; to direct, order, or request to go. {The Greek word is a translation of the participle form of the Hebrew verb
חלש meaning “one who is sent.”}
Messiah sent His disciples and us to proclaim/witness His gospel to the ends of the world.
Matt 10:5,40

Greek#:591 / ap-od-eed-o-mee (verb): Pay
Hebrew#:7999 םלש / sha-lam (verb): Make restitution—To restore or make right through action, payment or restoration to a rightful owner.
Messiah paid the ultimate and perfect price to redeem us from our sins (lawlessness).
Luk 24:21

Greek#:3900 / par-ap-to-mah (noun): Trespass
Hebrew#:6588 עשפ / pe-sha (noun): Transgression—The exceeding of due bounds or limits.
Messiah possesses the authority on earth to forgive us of our sins/trespasses!
Matt 9:6

Greek#:2419 / hee-er-oo-sal-ame (name): Jerusalem
Hebrew#:3389 םלשורי / y-ru-sha-lam (name): Yerushalam—A place name of Hebrew origin meaning “Teach completeness.”
Messiah will rule and reign from Yerushalayim when He comes back to earth.
Rev 20:4; Rev 21:2,10

Greek#:3772 / oo-ran-os (noun): Heaven
Hebrew#:8064 םימש / sha-ma-yim (noun): Sky—The upper atmosphere that constitutes an apparent great vault or arch over the earth. Place of the winds.
Messiah went to prepare a place for His people when He ascended to shamayim.
Yohn 14:2-3

Greek#:2094 / et-os (noun): Year
Hebrew#:8141 הנש / sha-nah (noun): Year—The period of approximately 364 solar days.
Messiah was with Yahuah from the beginning, even when heaven and earth were created.
1Yohn 1:1-3

Greek#:3660 / om-noo-o (verb): Swear
Hebrew#:7650 עבש / sha-va (verb): Swear—To completely submit to a promise or oath with words and spoken seven times.
Messiah completely submitted to His Father’s will and purpose for His life – even unto death. Messiah also promised that those who ask anything in His Name shall receive it.
Yohn 16:23; Matt 7:7-8

Greek#:2919 / kree-no (verb): Judge
Hebrew#:8199 טפש / sha-phat (verb): Decide—To make a determination in a dispute or wrong doing.
Messiah will judge all the unrighteous (sinners) after His 1000 year Millennial Reign.
Yohn 12:48; Rev 19:11

Greek#:59 / ag-or-ad-zo (verb): Buy
Hebrew#:7666 לבש / sha-val (verb): Exchange—The act of giving or taking one thing in return for another. To buy or sell produce, usually grain. To barter.
Messiah exchanged (gave) His life for ours – redeeming our lives from death.
Yohn 3:16; Matt 20:28

Greek#:2641 / kat-al-i-po (verb): Leave
Hebrew#:7604 ראש / sha-ar (verb): Remain—To continue unchanged; to stay behind.
Messiah remain unchanged (steadfast) and committed to His Father’s perfect will, even amidst of resistance, persecution, and ultimately death. Messiah remains forever.
Yohn 12:34

Greek#:1849 / ex-oo-see-ah (noun): Power
Hebrew#:4475 הלשממ / mem-sha-lah (noun): Regulation—An authoritative rule dealing with details or procedure. The power and authority of one to regulate and control over another.
Messiah is the Head over all His sheep (followers) and He has power over them to set them free from all bondage – He is our Teacher, Leader, Shepherd and High Priest.
Yohn 10:1-9

Greek#:1247 / dee-ak-on-eh-o (verb): Minister
Hebrew#:8334 תרש / sha-rat (verb): Minister—To give aid or service; to be in service to another.
Messiah came to earth to serve us, NOT to be served. He demonstrated it to us in washing His disciples’ feet and serving people wherever He went.
Mat 20:28

Greek#:906 / bal-lo (verb): Cast
Hebrew#:7993 ךלש / sha-lakh (verb): Throw out—To remove from a place, usually in a sudden or unexpected manner; to cast out, down or away.
Messiah will reject those who served them with their lips, but they did not obey His commands and walked in lawlessness.
Mat 7:21-23

The number 24 has PROPHETIC significance . . .
24 = Priesthood
Messiah OSWHY is our HIGH PRIEST

1Chr 23:3-4
And the Lĕwites were numbered from the age of thirty years and above. And their number, head by head, was thirty-eight thousand males. Of these, twenty-four thousand were to oversee the work of the House of HWHY, and six thousand were officers and judges.

1Chr 27:1
And the children of Yisra’ĕl, according to their number, the heads of fathers’ houses, and the commanders of thousands and hundreds and their officers, served the sovereign in all matters of the divisions which came in and went out month by month throughout all the months of the year, each division having twenty-four thousand.

Rev 4:4
And around the throne were twenty-four thrones, and on the thrones I saw twenty-fourelders sitting, dressed in white robes. And they had crowns of gold on their heads.