What does the English name 'Christ the Lord Jesus' reveal about Jesus in His Hebrew roots?

As certain concerned bible students contend, does it matter to know or pronounce exactly the exact name of God (YHWH, Iesus in old English before the apparition of the letter J in the English alphabet or Jesus) or dissociate the name of God from the name of pagan gods to be saved? No! It does not matter (Genesis 11:5-9). For example, God Jesus and pagan gods in Greek are translated by one word. It is a constraint of foreign languages.

Genesis 11:5-9 ASV
(5) And Jehovah came down to see the city and the tower, which the children of men builded.
(6) And Jehovah said, Behold, they are one people, and they have all one language; and this is what they begin to do: and now nothing will be withholden from them, which they purpose to do.
(7) Come, let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another's speech.
(8) So Jehovah scattered them abroad from thence upon the face of all the earth: and they left off building the city.
(9) Therefore was the name of it called Babel; because Jehovah did there confound the language of all the earth: and from thence did Jehovah scatter them abroad upon the face of all the earth.

However, knowing the Hebrew name of Jesus (God) is important to ward off the disguised messengers of Satan (2 Cor 11:14-15) who seek to mischaracterize or deny its etymology to make Jesus not known as YHWH God the Creator (John 1:1-3) as His own Messenger revealed it to us by identifying, in Luke 2:11, in the Greek language, the English heavenly birth name of the Holy Being  who was born (Luke 1:35): CHRIST LORD which is MESSIAH YHWH in Hebrew (Luke 2:11).

Messenger of YHWH (Jesus) did not announce that was born JESUS which is YEHOSHUA in Hebrew, as Gabriel instructed Mary to call the Holy Child she was carrying (Luke 1:31, 2:21, Matthew 1:21).

Matthew 1:21 reveals to us that the name Jesus means Savior or deliverer (which is YEHOSHUA or JOSHUA) of 'His people' from their sins. The words 'His people' also identified who Jesus is because the Jewish people are Jehovah's people, chosen among the nations (Deuteronomy 7:6, 14:2)!

Who is known as Holy or the Holy One in Heaven and who became flesh as even the demons witness Him? The untranslatable Tetragrammaton YHWH who is referred to as LORD or Lord in English (Proverbs 9:10; Isaiah 5:16; 6:3; 12:6; 41:14; 47:4; 49:7; 54:5; 57:15; Jeremiah 51:5; Hosea 11:12; Revelation4:8, Mark 1:24; Luke 4:34; John 6:69; Acts 2:27; 13:35; 1 John 2:20; Revelation 16:5; Romans 10:9-11). 

Why is it that, by translation, the name Jesus is also a modern English name for the Hebrew name YEHOSHUA?

Genesis 11:5-9 serves as the basis to say that the correct original name does not matter because Iesus (Jesus) changed the language of men so that no group could understand each other in saying anything, even whatever the name of Iesus was to them before Abraham (Genesis 17:1, Exodus 6:2-3).

Hence, whatever name MESSIAH YHWH YEHOSHUA is called in any language is fine with Him because He is the One who created different languages among men to counteract the unmeasurable creativity power of a united mankind bent to do evil which Satan can harness to his advantage.

Yehoshua, Jehoshua, Joshua who replaced Moses has the same name like Jesus in the Greek. Meditate on the symbolism significance!

Joshua who took the Israelites to Israel echoes the same name like Jesus in the New Testament: Iesous (G2424). So the Hebrew name of Jesus is indeed YEHOSHUA, no matter what the disagreement on His Hebrew name might be. Jehoshua is good also because the letter was a late addition to the alphabet in the year 1524 AD to account for the sounding of the words. 

Acts 7:45 DRB
(45) Which also our fathers receiving, brought in with Jesus, into the possession of the Gentiles: whom God drove out before the face of our fathers, unto the days of David,

Hebrews 4:8 DRB
(8) For if Jesus had given them rest he would never have afterwards spoken of another day.

Matthew 1:21 DRB
(21) And she shall bring forth a son: and thou shalt call his name Jesus. For he shall save his people from their sins.