The Hebrew word את, the alef and the tav, the sign of Yeshua, comes before the word for ‘salvation’ or yeshuah. Of course, yeshuah is the name of the Messiah of Isra’el.
The Hebrew word for ‘salvation’ is yeshua. ‘Salvation’ is found 158 times in the New American Standard Bible, both testaments. In the Complete Jewish Bible, ‘salvation’ as ‘yeshua’ is found 1181 times, both testaments. The Savior’s name and his purpose are one in the same. Yesha, the Hebrew root of yeshuah, signifies that which God will do on man’s behalf or that which has already been done by God for man.