Definitions of Sabaoth, The Lord of
occurs in ( Romans 9:29 ; James 5:4 ) but is more familiar through its occurrence in the Sanctus of Te Deum --" Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of Sabaoth." Sabaoth is the Greek form of the Hebrew word tsebaoth " armies," and is translated in the Authorized Version of the Old Testament by " Lord of hosts," " Lord God of hosts." In the mouth and the mind of an ancient Hebrew, Jehovah-tsebaoth was the leader and commander of the armies of the nation, who " went forth with them" ( Psalms 44:9 ) and led them to certain victory over the worshippers of Baal Chemosh. Molech, Ashtaroth and other false gods.