The Day of Jehovah Tsaba is an event described in Isaiah and declared to be a prophecy fulfilled upon every part of society on Earth. The Prophet Haggai, speaking prophetically in the Name of Jehovah Tsaba prophesies concerning six separate areas of fulfillment:
Isaiah 2:11-12 AMP "The proud looks of man shall be brought low, and the haughtiness of men shall be humbled; and the Lord alone shall be exalted in that day. (12) For there shall be a day of the Lord of hosts [Jehovah Tsaba] against all who are proud and haughty and against all who are lifted up--and they shall be brought low."
Haggai 2:5-9 AMP According to the promise that I covenanted with you when you came out of Egypt, so My Spirit stands and abides in the midst of you; fear not. (6) For thus says the Lord of hosts: Yet once more, in a little while, I will shake and make tremble the [starry] heavens, the earth, the sea, and the dry land; [Heb. 12:26.] (7) And I will shake all nations and the desire and the precious things of all nations shall come in, and I will fill this house with splendor, says the Lord of hosts. [Isa. 60:5; Matt. 2:1-12.] (8) The silver is Mine and the gold is Mine, says the Lord of hosts. (9) The latter glory of this house [with its successor, to which Jesus came] shall be greater than the former, says the Lord of hosts; and in this place will I give peace and prosperity, says the Lord of hosts."
Looking at Psalms 24, we find the introduction to Jehovah Tsaba as David begins by declaring God's "title deed" to the Earth:
Psalms 24:1-2 KJV "A Psalm of David. The earth is the LORD'S, and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein. (2) For he hath founded it upon the seas, and established it upon the floods."
To fulfill the great event called The Day of Jehovah Tsaba, Jehovah God would literally have to take things into His divine hands to fulfill a plan to shake everything in the earth that can be shaken, a shaking that would include an angelic messenger shaking his hand upon all the nations to bring about a global plunder of the financial wealth of all the nations. Here from both Haggai and Zachariah is that prophecy:
Haggai 2:5-9 LITV "According to the same Word by whom I covenanted with you when you came out of Egypt, so My Spirit stands among you; do not fear. (6) For so says Jehovah of Hosts: Yet once, it is a little while, and I will shake the heavens and the earth and the sea and the dry land. (7) And I will shake all the nations; and the desire of all nations shall come. And I will fill this house with glory, says Jehovah of Hosts. (8) The silver is Mine, and the gold is Mine, says Jehovah of Hosts. (9) The glory of this latter house shall be greater than that of the former, says Jehovah of Hosts. And in this place I will give peace, says Jehovah of Hosts."
Zechariah 2:3-11 LITV And, behold, the angel who was talking with me went out, and another angel went out to meet him, (4) and said to him, Run, speak to this young man, saying... (8) For so says Jehovah of Hosts: He has sent Me after glory, to the nations who plundered you; for he who touches you touches the pupil of His eye. (9) For, behold, I will shake My hand over them, and they shall be a spoil to their servants. And you shall know that Jehovah has sent Me. (10) Sing and rejoice, O daughter of Zion. For, lo, I come; and I will dwell among you, says Jehovah. (11) And many nations shall be joined to Jehovah in that day, and they shall be My people. And I will dwell among you; and you shall know that Jehovah of Hosts has sent Me to you."
You will notice that each part of this end-time prophecy, over and over again refers to "Jehovah Tsaba" as its authority for fulfillment in the earth. So just who is Jehovah Tsaba?
To understand who He is, we have to understand that when God speaks in a Jehovah "Sir" name," such as Jehovah Tsaba, LORD of hosts (we have previously explored Jehovah Rapha, the LORD that Heals; Jehovah Jireh, the LORD that provides; Jehovah Shalom, The LORD our Peace; Jehovah Tsidkehnu, the LORD our Righteousness, etc.), using his Jehovah "sir" name, He is stepping into "divine character" with actions descriptive of the event represented by the particular Jehovah Name in question. On the Cross, Jesus was fulfilling all of the names characteristic of each "redemptive" Jehovah "sir" name found within the context of ancient Old Testament scriptures. In his death, burial and resurrection we find every Jehovah Name fulfilled... EXCEPT ONE... making it vitally significant... JEHOVAH TSABA, the LORD of hosts! Because it was designed not to be fulfilled until the end of the age, it is the only name remaining unfilled, and therefore used to describe the Lord in the New Testament! So James, Chapter Five