My testimony is for always in all my ways, Amen.

Hossana in the highest!

Hosanna is often translated “Please Save Us.” It is a Greek word “ὡσαννά” that most scholars believe is the transliteration of two Hebrew words- יָשַׁע- “yasha” which means “to save or deliver” and אָנּאָ – “anna” which means “please, I beseech.” Other scholars believe its Hebrew roots come from a different verb tense of “yasha” הוֹשַׁ֣ע which means to cause or to bring about salvation. In this tense, hosanna becomes a command to bring about or cause salvation.

I called on my Creator hallelujah!!! I was heard, Amen.

7 Ways (in Hebrew) to praise God

  1. Towdah. (Exodus 27:6-7, Romans 12:1) …
  2. Yadah. (Exodus 17:11, 1 Timothy 2:8) …
  3. Barak/Barouch. (Exodus 34:8, Psalm 5:7) …
  4. Shabach. (Psalm 47:1, Isaiah 12:6) …
  5. Zamah. (Psalm 150:3-5, Ephesians 5:19) …
  6. Halal. (2 Samuel 6:14, Psalm 149:3) …
  7. Tehillah. (Psalm 22:25, Isaiah 61:1-3)
  • Hallal הָלַל
  • Yadah יָדָה
  • Towdah תּוֹדָה
  • Shabach שָׁבַח
  • Barak בָּרַךְ
  • Zamar זָמַר
  • Tehillah תְּהִלָּה

Toda raba El Shaddai for Your Essence has opened the heavens and rained Your grace upon me, Amen.

I shachah before Your Essence Father.

Published by Fellowship of Praise: ALL praise to God our Reason, Hallelujah!!!

To God be The glory. Let us praise God together for His ALL in our lives, Amen.

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