Hallelujah is the highest praise, it means to praise God. God will not accept money, gold, silver or food except the song of exaltation and praises from you. That Is why Psalm 146 inspired me. The writer of this chapter, stated like this, Hallelujah! Praise the LORD, my soul! I will praise the LORD as long as I live, singing praises to my God while I exist. Do not look to the nobles, or to mere human beings who cannot save. When they stop breathing, they return to the ground; on that very day their plans evaporate!” In another word, trust in the Lord your God and give him all the praise.
The writer continues saying happy is the one whose help is the God, whose hope is in the LORD his God, maker of heaven and earth, the seas and everything in them, forever the guardian of truth, who brings justice for the oppressed, and who gives food to the hungry. The LORD frees the prisoners; The LORD gives sight to the blind. The LORD lifts up those who are weighed down. The LORD loves the righteous. The LORD stands guard over the stranger; he supports both widows and orphans, but makes the path of the wicked slippery. The LORD will reign forever, your God, Zion, for all generations! Hallelujah!
My Hallelujah, Glory, and strength belong to God because He is my salvation and Redeemer in time of trouble. The creator of heaven and earth is my God; I will praise him and bless him within me. I will lift up his name anywhere I go, and I will forever bless His holy name. Hallelujah! Amen. #Prayer
1. Pray that the JOY of the Lord will flow in your heart, in your home, and in your ministry in Jesus name.
2. In the name of Jesus, let every day of my life be filled with Hallelujah!
3. Give God the praise and honor. Hallelujah.