The first English-language book to make a clear distinction between J and I was published in 1634 and its use in the English alphabet followed. The letter J was the last of the 26 letters to be added to the English Alphabet. Its emerging distinctive use dates back to Middle High German, originally being a typographical flourish or swash character on the Roman i. The Italian: Gian Giorgio Trissino (1478-1550) was the first to explicitly distinguish I and J as representing separate sounds in 1524 with his "Trissino's epistle about the letters recently added in the Italian language.
The Messiah name isn’t Jesus, that’s a different god. We must be very careful about who we are calling on, if we desire to truly follow the Messiah and his righteousness. The enemy is defaming Christ with a Pagan Name, by replacing his Hebrew name with a pagan Greek name that honors a pagan god. The name Jesus comes from Iesous, which mean Hail Zeus. Zeus was a popular god in the Greco-Roman world. The Greek god Zeus; who is a representation of The Sun god, who is The Devil known by ancient cultures. The Messiah’s name came from The Roman god Iesous. We must also understand that in the Authorized King James Bible, it tells us that the Messiah spoke Hebrew. In Acts 26:14 we read that Paul heard Jesus (Yashaya) speak in the Hebrew tongue. If the Messiah spoke Hebrew then his name must be Hebrew as well. The Messiah’s true name is YASHAYA in the Ancient Hebrew tongue.