The English name Jesus derives from the Late Latin name Iesus, which transliterates the Koine Greek name Ἰησοῦς Iēsoûs.
The word Jesus is the Latin form of the Greek Iesous , which in turn is the transliteration of the Hebrew Jeshua, or Joshua, or again Jehoshua, meaning “Jehovah is salvation.” 
Though his name may actually be Joshua, the name ” Jesus ” wasn’t born out of creativity but also translation. When Yeshua is translated into Greek, which the New Testament is derived from, it becomes Iēsous, which in English spelling is ” Jesus .”
Proper noun Jesus said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Before Abraham was, I am.
Jesus’ name in Hebrew was “ Yeshua ” which translates to English as Joshua .
In the Hebrew Bible (Exodus 3:14), Yahweh , the personal name of God, is revealed directly to Moses .
So, for the record, once again, THERE IS NO SUCH NAME AS YAHSHUA . It didn’t exist in biblical times and it has not existed as a genuine Hebrew name in history — until people who really didn’t understand Hebrew made it up, thinking that it somehow restored the “Yah” element (from “Yahweh”) into the Savior’s name
Jason of Thessalonica was a Jewish convert and early Christian believer mentioned in the New Testament in Acts 17: 5–9 and Romans 16:21. According to tradition, Jason is numbered among the Seventy Disciples. Jason is venerated as a saint in Catholic and Orthodox traditions.
Jason is a common masculine given name. It comes from Greek Ἰάσων ( Iásōn ), meaning “healer”, from the verb ἰάομαι (iáomai), “heal”, “cure”, cognate with Ἰασώ ( Iasṓ ), the goddess of healing, and ἰατρός (iatrós), “healer”, “physician”.
Yahweh is the name of the God of the Bible. He is the God to whom Jesus prayed. Similarly, Jesus is an Anglicised version of a Greek version of the name Ιησούς, which, itself, in Hebrew is יהושע, commonly Joshua in English. So Jesus and Joshua are effectively the same name.
Seven names of God YHWH . El . Eloah . Elohim . Elohai . El Shaddai . Tzevaot . Jah.
23 Behold, a virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel , which being interpreted is, God with us. The gospel of Matthew was written by an author who believed that Jesus was the promised Messiah, “God with us”.