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Hallelujah

Hallelujah

Halal Yah (haw-lal’ Yaw)

HyvllH

הַלְלוּיָה

H The ‘Hey’ depicts a man waving arms for attention, to look, reveal, or behold.
L The ‘Lamed’ represents a shepherds staff the represents control, direct, authority, or lead.
L The ‘Lamed’ represents a shepherds staff the represents control, direct, authority, or lead.
v The ‘Vav’ represents a tent peg or nail and means to secure or hook. But it can also simply mean peg or nail.
y The ‘Yud’ represents a hand or arm to indicate work, throw, or worship.
H The ‘Hey’ depicts a man waving arms for attention, to look, reveal, or behold.

The word “Hallelujah” is a compound word from two Hebrew words, “Hallel” meaning praise and “Ya” meaning God. The use of the two Lameds together indicates the authority of authorities (like King of Kings or Lord of Lords).

“Behold or boast at what the authority of authorities (God) has established by the work of His hands!”

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