“All thy works shall praise thee, O LORD; and thy saints shall bless thee.” – Psalm 145:10
Praise is found in the KJV of the Bible four hundred-eighty seven (487) times, and in two hundred fifty-nine (259) verses in many forms:
Old Testament (232 times) and New Testament (27)
- praise-offering ( 5 times)
- praise-offerings (2 times)
- Yah (40 times)
- extol (23 times)
- praising (35 times)
- praises (66 times)
- renown (24 times)
- corded (37 times)
- commend (22 times)
Praise is an act of worship. It means to admire and extol something (idols) or someone (God). There are many books in the bible which expresses adoration and honor to the Lord, but there is one that tells us over and over again in the book of Psalms that God is worthy of praise. For example, “Let every thing that hath breath praise the LORD. Praise ye the LORD.” – Psalm 150:6
Bible Study Discovery
Below is a listing for your discovery on the beloved word called “PRAISE.”
1913 Version of Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary. Unabridged means to not shortened by leaving out some parts. It is an excellent word study for student or pastors who love to have clarity of word usage.
A Bible concordance is an alphabetical listings of words and phrases found in the Holy Bible and shows where the terms occur throughout all books of Scripture. With cross-references for verses, concordances make it easy to understand the meaning of terms and the context in which those words are used, as well as the usage of a topical index, like Nave’s Topical Bible or Torrey’s New Topical Textbook.
Bible encyclopedias, like the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, contain articles and definitions to thousands of words and terms used in Scripture. Entries include full historical references such as date, religious environment, family life, customs, language, and literature. All encyclopedia terms are cross-referenced and linked to the verses where they are found to help understand the full meaning of the word in context to its use in specific verses of the Bible.
The Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance is the most complete, easy-to-use, and understandable concordance for studying the original languages of the Bible. Combining the text of the King James Bible with the power of the Greek and Hebrew Lexicons, any student or pastor can gain a clear understanding of the Word to enrich their study.
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Glory Hallelujah! God is worthy to be praised: from the rising of the sun and unto the going down of the same, He is always worthy to be praise. We love and honor you Lord God, Elohim. We are grateful. Praise the Lord.