What does J rooted mean? It means that a tree planter forced the tree into the ground so hard that it caused the tap root to point upward instead of downward. The result is that the tap root begins growing toward the surface, instead of growing downward toward the moisture. As a result of being J rooted the tree often dies when a dry spell comes along. Or if the tree does live, the growth is really set back, it takes much longer for the root to start going back down again.
This is one of the main problems with Christians today, they have been J rooted in their pews at church. The churches of Christendom have been rooted in the theological idea that the name "Jesus" is above every name. That the name "Jesus" is the only name under heaven given among men whereby we must be saved. What about the Messiah's original name as given by Gabriel to Yoseph and Miriam? The preachers know that "Jesus" was not the Messiah's original name, yet still force the name "Jesus" into the ground. They are simply J rooting their audience.
Researchers have discovered that while the Messiah was living upon this earth, that He never actually even heard the name Jesus, the word never entered His ears.
Noah Webster comments about this letter; "This letter has been added to the English alphabet in modern days; the letter i being written formerly in words where j is now used. It seems to have had the sound of y in many words as it still has in the German." 1828 American Dictionary
Those who have been "rooted and grounded in love" Eph 3:17 have no problem with the very name that Gabriel faithfully delivered from the Father in heaven to Yoseph and Miriam. As a matter of fact anyone who has been "rooted and built up in Him, established in the faith, as ye have been taught abounding therein with thanksgiving," Col 2:7, are going to love the Messiah's original name , simply because it is His name. "I will wait upon Thy name for it is good before Thy saints." Ps 52:9.
Those who believe Paul, that we must receive "the love of the truth that they might be saved," II Thess. 2:10, have discovered that there was no J in any language in 4 B.C.. They discovered that the J started coming into the English language having a "g" sound amid the 17th century, only about 400 years ago.
The J came into use as a result of French influence. France is the very country that has been the long time enemy of the defenders of truth in Erin (Ireland). France is the home of Jesuitry, where Ignatius Loyola kicked things off. The Catholic church refers to France as the "elder brother". It's all in the family!
It was France that gave rise to the papacy in 538 (according to Encyclopedia Americana 1947 edition under Papacy), and it was France that took the papacy out of power in 1798.
"Out of the serpent's root shall come forth a cockatrice and his fruit shall be a
fiery flying serpent." (The Flying J) Isaiah 14:29. In other words the natural result of an evil institution is evil. In old time the the supreme god of France was Esus, also called Hesus, pronounced the same as the Spanish Jesus. Cruel human sacrifices were offered to this god of the Druids. The Russians to this day pronounce it the same IIiicyc (eesooce), likewise the Crotians Isus, and the Mongolians as Ecyc.
According to Albert Pike the arch Druid of Freemasonry, "The first Druids were the children of the Magi, and their initiation came from Egypt and Chaldaea, that is to say from the pure sources of the primitive Kabalah. They adored the Trinity under the names of Isis or Hesus, the supreme Harmony; of Belen or Bel." Morals and Dogma p. 103. (Notice he said Isis or Hesus it is because in Cuneiform Isis is spelled Esu). Esus we are told means master or lord. Tammuz was also called Esu Should it surprise us that the Druids should preserve the name of this god?
Ioshua son of Nun is called Jesus in Acts 7:45 and Hebrews 4:8 in the New Testament. So why don't we start calling him Jesus successor of Moses (by the way Moses is Greek), do you see my point? "Ioshua" is English isn't it? (as spelled in the 1611 KJV). So whats the problem? The Messiah had the same name as Ioshua successor of Mosheh. Called Iehoshua in Numbers 13:16 & I Chr. 7:27. At least in Yehoshua we see the concept of the sacred name being involved which most know as Yehovah. But we know it was originally Yahushua because of the Eliyahu message in I Kings 17:1 margin KJV. Whose name means 'my El is YAHUWAH' Notice the prophets name was not Elijeho!
The Messiah said, "I am come in My Fathers name, and ye receive Me not: if another shall come in his own name, him ye will receive." Iohn 5:43
Scripture warns us of gods whom the apostles and prophets knew not, "to new gods that came newly up, whom your fathers feared not." Deut. 32:17. The "J" came newly up, only since the 17th century.
"The planting of YAHUWAH" Isa 61:3, is not "J" rooted trees of modern inventions of sinister men from France. Those who changed the English language and add the J sound we are told not to meddle with.
"My son, fear thou YAHUWAH and the king: and meddle not with them that are given to change." Proverbs 24:21
"Lest thou shouldest ponder the path of life, her ways are moveable that thou canst not know them." Proverbs 5:6
"I am YAHUWAH, I change not." Malachi 3:6. YAHUSHUA the Messiah "the same yesterday, today, and forever." Hebrews 13:8. In other words just because men and language change, does not mean that our Saviour's name changed. What His name was yesterday as delivered by Gabriel, is the same today, and forever.
Solomon stated, "To everything there is a season, and time to every purpose under the heaven." Including "to pluck up that which is planted." Eccl. 3:1, 2
The "J" idea is man made. It's sort of like Cain's sacrifice. Doing it his way instead of YAHUWAH's way. It's called "the way of Cain" Jude 11. Man cannot make a day sacred, neither can he make a name sacred!
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