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Praising The Lord - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - LORD, O my soul” (Psalm 146:1). Each of the last five psalms (146–150) begins and ends with: “Praise ye the LORD”—i.e., “Hallelujah.” They comprise a sort of “Hallelujah Chorus”: a grand...
Psalms 145:21
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... mouth shall speak the praise of the LORD: and let all flesh bless his holy name for ever and...
Hallelujah - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... occurs exactly 22 times in the book of Psalms, also known as the book of the Praises of Israel, for there are exactly 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet, the language which God used to reveal His eternal word (Psalm 119:89) to...
Psalms 145:1: for ever and ever - Study Note
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... for ever and ever. The five doxology psalms, ending respectively the five Books in the Psalms (Psalms 41, 72, 89, 106, 145), contain a total of 153 verses, with the final verse (the doxology) in each psalm speaking of the eternal blessedness...
Psalms 144:15: Happy is that people - Study Note
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... concluding verse of his next-to-last psalm of Book IV of the Psalms (see note on Psalm 145:21). Psalm 145 (title) Psalm of Praise. This is the only psalm headed as “Psalm of Praise.” However, see note on Psalm...
Psalms 41:13: Amen, and Amen - Study Note
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... Amen, and Amen. Book I of the Psalms closes with this doxology. Note also Psalm 72:18-20; 89:52; 106:48; 145:21; 150:6. A similar doxology ends each of the five books in the Psalms. Psalm 42 (title) sons of Korah. This is the first of eleven...
Psalms 1:0: Introduction - Study Note
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... to Psalms The Book of Psalms is, of course, the longest book in the Bible, certainly occupying a key position in the plan of God and the instruction of His people. It contains the Bible’s longest chapter (Psalm 119) and also its...
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