Do you truly understand what it means to “come in the name” of someone?
FB hebrew scholar wannabes use illogical assumptions to teach you their version of hebrew.
They suggest that the Messiah’s name must include part of the Father’s actual name. For example, if you use Yahweh then the Sons name should be Yahshua. Or whatever variation on a theme you’ve bought into.
Given that logic, let’s follow a ridiculous path for a moment. You are taught to pray in Jesus name, so you ought to call yourself jesaul or jesuaul or some such variation based on your name because you are “praying or coming in His name”, yes? Ridiculous right?
In ancient days a king would send an emissary to deliver a message and even negotiate for them only after they had earned the kings trust and respect. Did the emissary change their names to include the kings name before interacting with the one(s) they were sent to? Of course not.
Coming in the kings name meant you have power and authority to speak on behalf of the king. So Yeshua came in Yehovah’s name truly means He was given power and authority to act and speak on behalf of Yehovah. Not that Father’s name had to be included in the Son’s name. The are one in agreement and purpose. Much like a man and a wife become “one” flesh.
We all know it is physically impossible to be literally “one flesh”. It is traditional to take one or the others last name, this does not literally make you “one flesh” either. However in most if not all cases, the man speaks for his wife and the wife speaks for her husband when they earn enough of each other’s trust and respect.
Unless you know hebrew better than the back of your hand, or better than a Jewish scholar, you’d best not come at me with your assumptive logic based on fb scholars.
Yehovah’s shalom in Yeshua’s name.