Before we can address the question of rather or not we should use shua or sha...there may be another question on your mind. What is shua? What do Yeshua/Yahshua, Y'shua, Yehoshua, Yahushua, and Joshua all have in common? They all end with the shua suffix and confuse many when it comes to knowing the Branch of Yahuah. What is shua, and what does it mean? Answering the question 'what is shua' is crucial because so many names seem to end with shua and everyone believes these names are all acceptable. Nothing could be further from the truth. Yeshua/Yahshua seem to be the frontrunners in the shua conspiracy, with Yahushua pulling in closely behind the two. If the Name of the Mashyach (He was not the Yiddish Messiah) was spoken by Yahuah Himself, why all the confusion?
What is shua? Shua is a word that stands in direct opposition to sha (H# 3467 - yasha). I am baffled by the repeated usage of Yeshua/Yahshua and/or Yahushua (some say Yahoshua), when even a third grader can read the H# 3091 and see that there are two roots for the one Name of the Son. The two roots are H# 3068 (Yahuah) and H# 3467 (yasha)...yasha means salvation/deliverance. Notice, H# 7768 (shua) means to cry out or to scream. With this understanding, where is the prophesy of Yeshua/Yashua? Where is the prophesy of Yahushua? I can easily answer this question for you: they do not exist. So, for the last time, I ask you: what is shua? There is only one answer, and it is found in the Turah of Yahuah.
Your servant in the work of hwhy and [fwhy
***NOTE: If your computer does not contain the Moabite Stone Font, words written in Ancient Hebrew will appear to be gibberish.***