Names of God
The following discussion summarizes the meaning of the "host (Hebrew = saba/tsaba) of heaven" ("army of the skies") (see related study on the Name of God, Jehovah Sabaoth) a term which can be somewhat confusing because of overlapping meanings as discussed below. For background you might first click and study the 18 uses of the phrase in the NASB.
Related Resource - Word Study on Tsaba = Hosts, Armies
THE ROCK OF AGES
Looking at the Names of Jesus is like looking through a kaleidoscope, for with every twist of the tube, the bits of colored glass change, each time creating a beautiful pattern.
And those who know Thy Name will put their trust in Thee
For Thou, O LORD, hast not forsaken those who seek Thee
The great preacher C H Spurgeon commenting on Psalm 9:10 says we should be diligent to study God's Names because
Introduction: Since there are over 8600 Hebrew words in Strong's Lexicon any attempt at Hebrew word studies is somewhat of an overwhelming task. The goal of these studies will be to include Hebrew words that are used in the commentary notes on this website, but there will be no attempt to give as much detail as in the Greek Word Studies.