Hallelouia is the Greek translation for the English word Praise Ye The Lord
Hallelujah, Praise the Lord! You have heard many people express these words before, at church or some other christian event, and don’t know the definition, origin, or usage meaning. Below I have given you the help to get you started on your journey to finding all the words for praise in the Greek translation. We are now and in the future going to Hallelouia (Hallelujah, Praise Ye The Lord). Praise is in our dna, and the bible tells us so. Let read a few now:
Revelation 19:1 And after these things I heard a great voice of much people in heaven, saying, Alleluia; Salvation, and glory, and honour, and power, unto the Lord our God:
Revelation 19:3,4 And again they said, Alleluia And her smoke rose up for ever and ever. 4 And the four and twenty elders and the four beasts fell down and worshipped God that sat on the throne, saying, Amen; Alleluia.
Revelation 19:6 And I heard as it were the voice of a great multitude, and as the voice of many waters, and as the voice of mighty thunderings, saying, Alleluia: for the Lord God omnipotent reigneth.
Glory! The Lord our God is All-Powerful. The only Wise God. He can do anything, but fail. If you believe this day. Get your dutiful shout of Hallelujah! And your privilege of saying, Praise the Lord! Wisdom has instilled her imprinted into your life. Seeking the Lord is a holy righteous thing that will give you the ability to praise His Holy Name. I feel a praise starting to happen. Will you join with me in praising our God, just for a little time right now:
Great and Glorious is Our God!
You Lord God has unlimited power in any realm.
You are my God and I will forever praise you.
Worthy is our God, to receive honor and might.
Richness and Adoration in the Saints comes from You.
I will praise and worship You all of my days.
My Faithful and Holy God, there’s no one like You.
I Love you Father God!
Lift up your hands and praise Him – Yadah!
Throw out your hands and praise Him – Todah!
Shout-out with a (Halal) Hallelujah!
Original Word: Ἁλληλούϊα (hallélouia)
Word Origin: of Hebrew origin, imper. of Halal and Yah
Part of Speech: Hebrew Form (Indeclinable)
Phonetic Spelling: al-lay-loo’-ee-ah
Definition: hallelujah, alleluia (an adoring exclamation)
Usage: Hallelujah, Praise the Lord
Strong’s Number: 239
Can we say it one more time? Hallelujah, Praise the Lord! Hallelouia originally comes from the Hebrew language. Halal and Yah transforms the Greek language of Hallelouia; which means Hallelujah, Praise the Lord. What else can you say in your adoration of God? Respect the Lord in your manner of praise. Study and Learn this Greek word to share with other newbies in Christ. Psalm 33:1 states, “Rejoice in the Lord, O ye righteous: for praise is comely for the upright.” You are the righteous one and it fit you well.
Shout-out to the Lord. God is listening to our cries. Study Hallelouia, and give it more thought in using the word. It doesn’t make you more spiritual if you do. Studying shows our approval to God. Our understanding help with our expression toward Him. The more you know and understand the better in your communication towards God. Praise the Lord with a good old-fashion Hallelujah gives the user the knowledge that God is great and greatly to be praised. All those around you hearing those words together gives you the responsibility to declares the goodness of God with a genuine heart.
You can learn this word – Hallelouia (hallelujah), and grow up with a praise the Lord on your lips!
Lord God You are Worthy of Our Expressions – Praise Ye The Lord, Hallelujah!
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