When Yeshua was at the Temple during Hanukkah, (the Feast of Dedication), he told the people that he and his Father are an ‘undivided oneness.’ They cannot be separated into two gods or persons. They are ‘uniquely one.’
The Hebrew word for ‘kingship’ is melukah and also means ‘royalty.’ Melek means ‘king’ an has the same root as melukah. A version of this word for ‘kingdom’ is recited in the Shema: Baruch shem kavod malchuto l’olam va-ed …
Even though Moshe understands that he dishonored the holiness of Adonai before Isra’el and received just consequence for his sin, he still pleads with Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh to enter the Promised Land. He has spent 42 years with this multitude of stubborn, ungrateful people who did nothing but whine and complain. Now that he can taste the ‘milk and honey’ in the air, he wants to touch it with his feet, but Adonai will only allow him to observe it from a mountain top.
‘Judah’ in Hebrew is יהודה or y’hudah. Sha’ul (Paul) says that Greek followers of Messiah Yeshua are imitating God’s congregation of Jewish followers of Messiah Yeshua because they are worthy of emulating.