The Majestic One the LORD

The Hebrew word ’addir means, “superior,” and therefore, “majestic.” This descriptive name of God combines the word ’addir with Yahweh; He is the Majestic One the LORD.

Majestic One the LORD (Addir Yahweh) pictured in the Hebrew text of Isaiah 33:21.

Majestic One the LORD in the Hebrew text of Isaiah 33:21.

Majestic One the Lord in Hebrew:

Yahweh ’addir

Strong’s Concordance numbers: 3068, 117

Bible reference: Isa. 33:21

There the majestic One, the Lord, will be for us
A place of rivers and wide canals
On which no boat with oars will go,
And on which no mighty ship will pass.
(Isaiah 33:21)

Other versions translate the name in this verse differently: Mighty One (NIV), glorious Lord (KJV), and God majestic, God (MSG).

In the New Testament is a similar name of God: the Majestic glory.

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