Praise, laudation, or hymn of praise: It is the most used word for praise in the Old Testament.
Comes from the word HALAL that comes from the root word HALLELUJAH.
HALAL = strong expression
TeHILLAH is the song the Lord sings to us, through us. The Christians sang TeHILLAH praise when they were being fed to the lions, and the Romans discontinued the practice when so many of the people in the stands were touched by God
It is God’s song being sung.
Psalm 40:3 A new song “MANY WILL SEE AND FAR AND TRUST IN THE LORD,”
Psalm 22:3 God is enthroned on TeHILLAH praise.
Isaiah 60:18 Gates means praise (TeHILLAH). The gate into His presence is Tehillah praise.
Isaiah 61:3 A garment of praise replaces a spirit of heaviness.
Paul sang this form of praise while chained in prison. God inhabited that praise and the chains fell, the prison doors were opened, and salvation came and set the captives free.
“Facing The Wall” ©2002 Potterhaus Music; pp 158
Psalm 48:10 (NKJV)
10 According to Your name, O God,
So is Your praise to the ends of the earth;
Your right hand is full of righteousness.
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