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What Does Hallelujah Mean

What does Hallelujah mean?

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//You can also take courses in modern Hebrew at many Jewish community centers.---StrongAxe//

Awesome info-
Shalom.
---char on 10/19/10


aka:

You can also take courses in modern Hebrew at many Jewish community centers. Biblical Hebrew and Modern Hebrew are slightly different, in much the same way that Shakespearean English and modern English are slightly different, but the are close enough that knowing one gives you a good understanding of the other, and vice versa.
---StrongAxe on 10/19/10


Aka-
Ancient-Hebrew Research center-Hebrew4christians for starters-

Any classes you can find in your neck of the Woods.

Bless you brother.
---char on 10/19/10


//The letters pictograph-a man with his arms raised // - char

where do i go to learn?
---aka on 10/18/10


\Oh no He won't, My God is very smart. My God knows everything.
---catherine on 10/17/10\\

I don't doubt that your demons are clever, filled with low cunning, and have the advantage of millennia of experience.

But they are not omniscient. Only the REAL God of the Bible is.
---Cluny on 10/17/10




Catherine ... OK ...But you are not quite so clever, so you had not remembered how CLUNY spells his name. But with my nudge, perhaps you will!
---alan8566_of_uk on 10/17/10


Oh no He won't, My God is very smart. My God knows everything.
---catherine on 10/17/10


Catherine ... I hope when you pray for him, you use CLUNY's correct name.
Otherwise God might think you are praying about someone esle
---alan8566_of_uk on 10/17/10


\\THIS IS FOR YOU, CUNY! I like to pick on him, and he likes to pick on me. "But, he is a good blogger, you cannot deny that, can You Jesus?" And He said, "NO"\\

Do you think I really care what your familiar spirit thinks about me or anything else, catherine?

You're not speaking in the Holy Spirit. You're speaking in either yourself or in demons, and Jesus told me to tell you that!
---Cluny on 10/17/10


THIS IS FOR YOU, CUNY! I like to pick on him, and he likes to pick on me. "But, he is a good blogger, you cannot deny that, can You Jesus?" And He said, "NO". "I wish he would get saved".... I am thinking every born-again believer on here and there are only a few, are praying for Cuny to be saved.....Hallelujah: Exclamation of praise---Praise Yahweh! Used frequently in Psalms. In Psalms God is praised for His Power, His Wisdom, His Blessings, and the Liberation of His people. Hallelujah.
---catherine on 10/17/10




\\English verbs can be active or passive. Most Hebrew verbs can be in one of several different paradigms or binyanim. They are listed by their simplest form (third person perect).\\

This is PRECISELY why I said that Semitic and Indo-European languages work differently.
---Cluny on 10/15/10


To some there are other gods-
However-
There is none like Yahweh our Elohim.Exodus 8:10
We lift up our hands in Praise to the One-God-Yehovah our Elohim.
Who guides us through the path of righteousness-to Him.
The parent root for the word Yod is Y and d.
The Gematria for 'Yod' (which is the fist letter Y in Yah) is 10.
Yod is the tenth letter of the Aleph-Bet, and mean ordinal perfection.
'dalet' is the word for the letter 'd' and means "doorway".
Combined definition is: the doorway of creation.
Yeshua-Jesus-WORD of Yehovah
Heb 1:2-3...by whom also He made the worlds,
Who being the brightness of [His] glory, and the express image of His person, upholding all things by the Word of HIS power...
---char on 10/15/10


So "Halleujah" is the command "[all of you] praise God!"
---StrongAxe on 10/15/10

To this I say thanks-

To Yehovah I contiune to praise and believe in His Word.
Bless you brother.
---char on 10/15/10


char:

English verbs can be active or passive. Most Hebrew verbs can be in one of several different paradigms or binyanim. They are listed by their simplest form (third person perect).

"hll" (Strong's H1984) becomes "halal" (he boasted/shone), "hillel" (he praised), "hullal" (he was praised), "hit'hallel (he boasted), "hollel" (he made a fool), "hit'hollel" (he acted the fool).

Boasting and shining have similar meaning - they both involve projecting oneself.

"halleluyah" is from the second form (praise). Isaiah 13:10 uses "yachellu" from the first form (literally "and their constellations will not boast their light").
---StrongAxe on 10/15/10


Verb (halal) means to "shine" Is 13:10 - " moon shall not cause its light to shine- also translated "praise" Ps 117:1 - "Praise Yahweh, all you nations! Extol him, all you peoples!" all people-look to God as the light of their journey that will guide-lead them on lifes journey. Ex 18:20 - "and you shall teach them the decrees and the Torahs-make them know the path-they must walk-what they must do". God(Yehovah)-is shining light that guides us on our journey.
The letters pictorgraph-a man with his arms raised up looking and pointing at an amazing sight and a shepherd staff-used to move the flock toward a direction. Letters meaning- "look toward a sight".
Following-HIS Word-Christ.
---char on 10/15/10


The meaning is 'Praise Jah' or 'Praise Jehovah'...not praise 'God'.

"God" in Hebrew is 'El' or 'Elohim'.
---scott on 10/15/10


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"Hallelujah" comes from the Hebrew, and is actually comprised of two separate words "Hallelu" and "Jah". "Hallelu" is the masculine plural imperative of the verb "Hallel" which means "to praise". "Jah" is one of the names of God, short for "Jehovah" or "Yahweh".

So "Halleujah" is the command "[all of you] praise God!"
---StrongAxe on 10/15/10


the definition in latin is praise yahweh
---tom2 on 10/15/10


It means praise You, God. It is direct praising God. So, it means personal praising, not just a ceremony repetition.

And I understand that "Jehovah" or "Yah" or "Yahweh" can mean "the One who is" . . . the only One, then, who is God Almighty. So, it possibly does not depend only on how you say the name but who you really mean.

And "Halleluiah!" is said in Heaven, in Heaven's Spirit. So, saying this praise to You, God, should mean we are in Your Holy Spirit's Heavenly beauty and glory of joy, saying this in response to how You effect us with Your love (Romans 5:5)
---Bill on 10/14/10


"Jah" is the shortened form of God's personal name- Jehovah.

Psalm 104:35, "Bless Jehovah, O my soul. Praise Jah, you people!"

Rev.19:1, "After these things I heard what was as a loud voice of a great crowd in heaven. They said: Praise Jah, ('Hallelujah', NIV) you people".

"Hallelujah" means 'Praise Jehovah'.
---David8318 on 10/14/10


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Hallelujah (Hall elu-yah: Hail God, Praise you the Lord. Greek: Alleluia)- Psalm 106:1, Isaiah 6:3, Revelation 19:1].
---Eloy on 10/14/10


To judge from some of your other posts, it means:
"Hip hip hip Hooray, that's another lot of people going to Hell"
---alan8566_of_uk on 10/14/10


It means "Praise Yahweh."

Didn't they teach you that in Bible college?

I learned that in Baptist Sunday School.
---Cluny on 10/14/10


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