Hallelujah!!! It is Friday!

The word hallelujah first appeared in the book of Psalms in the Old Testament, a combination of two Hebrew words, “hallel” meaning praise and “jah” meaning God.

“Hallelujah” itself is from Psalms, where it appears mostly in Psalms 113 to 118 (according to the Hebrew version of the Bible). Hallelujah first appears in the Book of Psalms – a collection of sacred poems in the Jewish Bible that dates to the 5th or 4th century BC.

There is a belief in religious circles that saying the word “Hallelujah” is the highest praise that can be given to God.

Hosanna is our plea for God to save. Hallelujah expresses our praise to the Lord for the hope of salvation and exaltation. In hosanna and hallelujah we recognize the living Jesus Christ as the heart of Easter and latter-day restoration.

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Father in Heaven, Hallelujah!!! for the ending to a week in which You were foremost in/on my heart. Father, Hallelujah!!! For Jesus, my Savior, Amen. Go before me in ALL I do for always in all my ways I pray in Jesus’ Name Amen. In my life, be glorified LORD, Amen. I wait on Your blessings and Your Promises to be revealed in my life. Wash me clean with The blood of Jesus, Amen. In my heart, I knowingly forgive all who have stood against me, Hallelujah! Father, my goal is to be more like Jesus each and every day. Rain down Your blessings on me today and always in Jesus’ Name, Amen.

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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