Yeshua is Yehovah

The Forgiver

The meaning of life! Mankind has been given freewill - the ability to choose between right and wrong, sin or don't sin, follow the teaching of Yeshua or do your own thing, love Yehovah or to not love Yehovah.

We are born not loving Yehovah but we have the freewill to choose - but Yehovah is a Holy God and a sacrifice had to be made to be in his presents.

In the Old Testament the Jews would sacrifice a lamb - a lamb without blemish, a blood offering that allow a man into the presents of God for a short time. This was temporary.

For constant access to Yehovah there needed to be a permanent sacrifice made. No human fitted the bill because there was no man without blemish. So, Yeshua stepped down from his throne in heaven to become a man - but a man without blemish.

Yeshua was the ultimate lamb sacrifice that gives permanent access to Yehovah for all mankind that choose to follow the teachings of Yeshua. Yeshua had provided purification for sins.

At this point in your life when you choose to become a Yeshua follower you are said to be "born again" - that which steers your mind, is reborn but with the intentions of going in a different direction - along the narrow path.

When we choose to become a follower of Yeshua we need to first recognise that our life up until that moment has been of our own freewill and contrary to the preferred way that is pleasing to Yehovah. We have sinned and we need forgiving.

When we confess this the lamb becomes the substitute sacrifice - we no longer face death which is what justice on Judgement Day looks like. Instead we are given the free gift of eternal life.

Forgiveness of our sins is the only route to eternal life - for this to happen there has to be a forgiver of sins

IAM The Name

The Forgiver


  • Yehovah who forgives all your sins

    Praise Yehovah, my soul, and forget not all his benefits - who forgives all your sins and heals all your diseases,
  • In recognition of their faith Yeshua forgives the paralytics sins

    When Yeshua saw their faith, he said to the paralyzed man, “Son, your sins are forgiven.”
  • Yeshua the forgiver of sins - he recognises genuine humility

    The Yeshua said to her, "Your sins are forgiven."
  • Without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness

    In fact, the law requires that nearly everything be cleansed with blood, and without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness.