In the teaching Dr. Don G Pickney explains the uniqueness and significance of God's Jehovah "Sir name," Tsaba. As Jehovah Tsaba, God manifests Himself as "Jehovah, strong and mighty, Jehovah Might in Battle." He takes an official title for His works as Jehovah Tsaba: King of Glory!
All of this is found in Psalms 24:8-10 LITV "Who is this King of Glory? Jehovah strong and mighty! Jehovah mighty in battle! (9) Lift up your heads, O gates; even lift up, O everlasting doors; and the King of Glory shall come in. (10) Who is this King of Glory? Jehovah of Hosts, He is the King of Glory. Selah.
The word "hosts" in God's name, Jehovah of Hosts, is referencing His host of innumerable angelic messengers and warriors. They all make up God's great heavenly army. To illustrate how God chooses to "sir name" Himself, Pastor Don takes us through how God's name, Jehovah Jireh (the Lord our Provider) came to be. Using it as an example, we learn the process as God spoke to Abraham to take his only son, Isaac, travel into the land of Moriah, and offer him up for a sacrifice upon a mountain that God would show him. Obediently, Abraham got up early in the morning, took a few of his servants and their pack animals and started out. For three days they journeyed until suddenly as he came to a mountain, God revealed to him the mountain upon which he was to offer up his son.
As the teaching progresses, we journey further into the significance of God’s Jehovah Name, “Tsaba,” as it relates to an event announced prophetically in Isaiah 2:11-12, and sets the stage for a line of prophecies that carry us into the New Testament Book of James, Chapter Five, and a great event scheduled near the very end of this age. This is the only prophetic event, a future “moed” (fixed occasion of prophecy) named after a “Jehovah Name.” This event, called “the greatest event since God created Adam on the earth,” was so important to God that He names the event after Himself, as “The Day of Jehovah Tsaba!”
Pastor Don shares from Psalms 102:13-20 more details of this event as he compares David’s Psalm with Isaiah 60:1-3, and reminds us that in this event, the Church will receive a special blessing of revelation of victory over the Adamic appointment of death.
Get ready to receive much revelation as you enjoy this teaching.