Yeshua is Yehovah

The Teacher



When Yeshua walked on earth His identity as a rabbi/teacher was significant - His attire, clothes, beard, headdress, use of language, education would have made Him stand out. Yeshua was not a carpenter, tekton, or a stonemason - he was a teacher - a rabbi with disciples.

Kyrios - Lord / master. This was the word the Samaritan woman used when addressing Yeshua a complete stranger.

Didaskalos - teacher/rabbi. Someone who could teach in the temple with the authority to sit on the Moses seat reserved for the teaching of the law - the Torah.

Rhabbouni - rabbi. Yeshua was also called 'rabbi' (which means 'Didaskalos') on several occasions.

The title 'Didaskalos' was one used for someone that had authority and respect - not everyone could turn the tables over in the temple and not be arrested by the temple guard!



IAM The Name

The Teacher

 

  • The words of the Teacher, son of David, king in Jerusalem


    The words of the Teacher, son of David, king in Jerusalem: “Meaningless! Meaningless!” says the Teacher. “Utterly meaningless! Everything is meaningless.”
  • A didaskalos is higher than a grammateus (a teacher of the law)


    Then a 'teacher of the law' (grammateus) came to him and said, “Teacher (didaskalos), I will follow you wherever you go.”