Branch of the Lord

The Branch of the Lord is described in Isaiah as beautiful (tsebi) and glorious (kabod). Tsemakh is a noun that comes from the Hebrew verb for sprouting or shooting. The verb is often used in connection with other messianic names.

Branch of the Lord (Tsemakh Yahweh), one of the prophetic messianic names of Jesus, pictured in the Hebrew text of Isaiah 4:2

Branch of the Lord (Tsemakh Yahweh) in Isaiah 4:2

Branch of the Lord in Hebrew:

Tsemakh Yahweh

Strong’s Concordance numbers: 6780, 3068

Bible reference: Isa. 4:2

In that day the Branch of the Lord will be beautiful and glorious, and the fruit of the earth will be the pride and the adornment of the survivors of Israel. (Isaiah 4:2)

John 1:14 and 17:1-5 continue the biblical theme of God’s presence dwelling with His people. The verses allude to the fulfillment of Isa. 4:2.

Similar names of God are the simple name Branch and the Righteous Branch.

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