(seh ha-e-loh-HEEM) n. The Lamb of God (John 1:29); a Title for the Messiah Yeshua. See the Names of God. The noun seh means lamb.
A figurative term to describe Jesus as the lamb sacrifice for our sins, relating from the lamb sacrifices of the Old Testament. "The next day John saw Jesus coming toward him, and said, "Behold! The Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!" (John 1:29).
Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God, offered Himself as a perfect sacrifice for the sins of the world (John 1:29). In the preparation service, the bread and wine are made ready to be consecrated in the Eucharist service to follow. The priest cuts out the center section of the loaf, called "the Lamb," for use in Communion as the Body of Christ.
The title Jesus carries in heaven because He died for our sins.
Lamb of God (Latin: Agnus Dei) is one of the titles given to Jesus in the New Testament and consequently in the Christian tradition. It is believed to refer to Jesus' role as a sacrificial lamb atoning for the sins of man in Christian theology, harkening back to ancient Jewish Temple sacrifices in which a lamb was slain during the passover, the blood was sprinkled along the door, and the lamb was eaten.
Lamb of God is a Grammy-nominated five-piece groove metal / metalcore band from Richmond, Virginia, formerly known as Burn the Priest. Although typically labeled as said genre, vocalist Randy Blythe has said in regards to the band's genre: "we will always be a thrash metal band, but we just want to see what we can achieve within that genre," on the internet heavy metal TV show "Metal Injection." Over the past several years, Lamb of God have become a highly influential band in the current metal scene.