Greek Scriptures Praise Ihiah!
Aramaic ܗܲܠܹܠܘܼܝܵܐ pronounced hal li ‘ lu: ia
Aramaic ܝܲܗ pronunciation ‘ iah
Hebrew Scriptures Exodus 3:14,15 Ehyah
14 So God said to Moses: “I am Ehyah who is called Ea” And he added: “This is what you are to say to the Israelites, ‘Ehyah has sent me to you.’” 15 Then God said once more to Moses:
“This is what you are to say to the Israelites, ‘Yauhuah the God of your forefathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, has sent me to you.’ This is my name forever, and this is how I am to be remembered from generation to generation.
Now Google “who is Ea” and find out why Ehyah said, “I am Ehyah who is called Ea”. He was basically saying, I am God and I am being called Ea. Obviously not impressed with the spelling, “Ea”.
Greek Scripture Translation
Our online Bible has been annotated the Lord (Ihiah) and Esou (Ihsou-) to help you see the relationship between the two people.
Ἰηιαη (God Almighty) and Ἰησοῦν (The Son of God)
Ἰηιαη > Ihiah – God Almighty > iEiah (pronounced ‘i-ah in Aramaic ܝܲܗ )
Ἰησοῦν > Ih-soun – Ihiah’s Son > iEsoun (pronounced ‘i-su in Aramaic ܝܫܘܥ)
Ἰησοῦ /Ἰησοῦς > Your Ihiah/Thine Ihiah > example Matthew 1:1 Your Ihiah’s Christ
The theophoric ih and iah both stand for Ihiah.
Hebrew: Ihyah pronounced i-ah
Hebrew: Y’su pronounced i-su
Only the ancient name Ihiah is used in the Greek Scriptures in Halleluiah and in the name of God’s Son.