The religious significance of ‘Lion’ in Lion of Judah Tallit

In the recent time, there has been a lot of hype going on about the Lion of Judah Tallit. In modern day, people who have almost forgotten the roots of religious belief will love to know more about its significance.

In Catholicism, ‘Lion of Judah’ refers to Jesus Christ. But that’s not where the significance and the connection of this symbol ends. The Lion of Judah is an ancient representation. It represents the Israelite tribe of Judah everywhere in the Old Testament of Hebrew Bible. This symbol also features on the emblem of Jerusalem, identifying the primitive tribe and inmates of the Biblical Yehuda. Traditionally, the Lion represents the tribe, and this symbolism dates back to the tribe’s patriarch Jacob. He referred his son Judah as ‘the young lion’ (Genesis 49:9). While reading the bible can help you learn more, the Lion of Judah Tallit can give you the feel of realizing the truth.

Why is Jesus referred as the Lion of Judah?

There are a few authentic Christian ministries that use this symbol as a prefix to their names or as their emblem. This reference appears in the Bible (New Testament) in the Book of Revelation 5:5. The symbol is addressed and understood as a direct reference to Jesus — regarded as both the ‘Root of David’ and ‘lion of the tribe.’

A few instances from the Bible that refers Jesus as the ‘Lion of Judah’:

The Lion of Judah is a strong fighter against the enemy. (Gen 49:8–9)

Judah begot Pharez and Zarah of Tamar and Pharez begot Hezron and Hezron begot Aram (acclaiming the genealogy of Christ. (Matthew 1:3)
It is clear that our Lord Jesus descended from Judah, and regarding that tribe, Moses said nothing about priests. (Hebrews 7: 14)

Christians believe that the ancient tribe of Levi prepared priests, and Judah was the tribe of the Kings. Jesus is commonly mentioned as the ‘overcoming one,’ and ‘the one who will open the scrolls and seven seals.’

As per the Book of Revelation 5:5, Jesus was the ‘sacrificial Lamb.’ The prophecy of the Lord coming to ‘judge the world’ as the Lion of Judah is evident throughout Revelation 5:1–5.

Well, did you ever think that a simple tallit design can say a lot about religions? Let us know in the comments. Considering the mentions in the book, this is not the end. There is more. Read on.

The House of David

The seven scrolls mentioned in the Book of Revelation, New Testament; indicates that in time Jesus will snatch back the ‘title deed to earth’ from the Devil. The seven seals symbolize completeness, while the ‘Lamb of God’ and the ‘Lion of the Tribe of Judah’ relates to Christ. The Bible reveals that Jesus’ bloodline dates back to Jacob, of the House of David. Judah was the fourth son of Jacob’s and is the father of 12 tribes in Israel. Now, this is what happened:

The first son Reuben committed incest

Simeon and Levi, second and third son of Jacob, murdered the Shechemites

Thus, the legacy and birthright fell into the laps of Judah

King David — the ancestor of Jesus, was also of Judah’s genealogy. Hence, Jesus is regarded as ‘Root of David’ (1 Kings 2:45).

Jesus’ arrival, Lion of Judah, and his never-to-end Kingdom appears in Genesis 49:8–12. While Jacob made this reference on his deathbed, Judah stands as the symbol of praise, lion’s whelp, and a full-grown lion all through the Bible. Revelation 5:8–10 and 6:12–17 represent Jesus as the Lion of Judah, who sits on the throne and unleashes wrath upon the unworthy all through the rapture. Furthermore, Isaiah 11:6–9 refers Jesus as the Lamb of God and Lion of Judah as one, who exists in blissful harmony.

With such deep links to the roots of religion, buying the Lion of Judah tallit makes perfect sense. It can help you remember what’s in the book and how life exists in your surroundings. Buy one today at

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