Hallelu-YaH!

Hallelu-YaH! (הַלְלוְּ־ יָהּ in the Hebrew of beyond 500 BC, ah: figure with raised hands and bent knees; awe, joy, to worship, to wonder, to livelam: shepherd's staff; shepherd, leader, to lead, big stick, 'unto'lam: shepherd's staff; shepherd, leader, to lead, big stick, 'unto'wawu: tent pin; to connect, attachment, covenant yad: arm with open hand; to hand ('he gives'), branchah: figure with raised hands and bent knees; awe, joy, to worship, to wonder, to live in that of before 1000 BC) is a call-out that appears a number of times in the Bible. Literally it means: Praise YaH!
YaH (yad: arm with open hand; to hand ('he gives'), branchah: figure with raised hands and bent knees; awe, joy, to worship, to wonder, to live / יָהּ) in it is the shortened form of YaHUaH (yad: arm with open hand; to hand ('he gives'), branchah: figure with raised hands and bent knees; awe, joy, to worship, to wonder, to livewawu: tent pin; to connect, attachment, covenantah: figure with raised hands and bent knees; awe, joy, to worship, to wonder, to live / יהוה), the glorious and lovely Name of the Eternally Present One, the Creator of heaven and earth, He Who was there, Who is there, and Who will be there; and Who reveals Himself to us via the Bible.

This website has been set up to honor YaHUaH and to magnify His glorious Name. He is more than worthy!

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