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Words of Songs based on the words and principles found in the Holy Bible, can minister to each of us, and others who hear us sing. Make up your own tune, but blessings to yourself and others occur as you 'give Him Praise'. While waiting for a bus, in traffic, just hum or give Him Praise. You will be surprised by the change in the very atmosphere around you, for it is still true that - 'He inhabits the praises of His people'. Psalm 22:3. It is further true that enemies to you life and soul flee, as you draw nearer to God. [James 4:7-11]
So then, start to 'out-sing' the birds, rejoicing in the Lord! Amen. Amen.
According to Easton's Bible Dictionaryaudio-bible.com/bible/bible.html
'Praise, the name given to the group of Psalms 113-118, which are preeminently psalms of praise. It is called "The Egyptian Hallel," because it was chanted in the temple whilst the Passover lambs were being slain. It was chanted also on other festival occasions, as at Pentecost, the feast of Tabernacles, and the feast of Dedication. The Levites, standing before the altar, chanted it verse by verse, the people responding by repeating the verses or by intoned hallelujahs. It was also chanted in private families at the feast of Passover. This was probably the hymn which our Saviour and his disciples sung at the conclusion of the Passover supper kept by them in the upper room at Jerusalem (Matthew 26:30; Mark 14:26).
There is also another group called "The Great Hallel," comprehending Psalms 118-136, which was recited on the first evening at the Passover supper and on occasions of great joy. '
'International Standard Bible Encyclopedia' audio-bible.com/bible/bible.html
HALLELha-lal', hal'-el: In the fifth book of the Psalms (107-50) there are several groups of Hallelujah Psalms: 104-106; 111-113; 115-117; 135; 146-150. In the worship of the synagogue Psalms 135-136 and 146-150 were used in the daily morning service. Psalms 113-118 were called the "Egyp Hallel," and were sung at the feasts of the Passover, Pentecost, Tabernacles and Dedication. At the Passover, Psalms 113 and 114 (according to the school of Shammai only Psalm 113) were sung before the feast, and Psalms 115-118 after drinking the last cup. The song used by our Lord and the disciples on the night of the betrayal (Matthew 26:30), just before the departure for the Mount of Olives, probably included Psalms 115-118.
Let me encourage you to take your time and find these psalms, and practice singing them - Giving the LORD - your praise! Then, around November 3, 2019, I shall post more on Sundays. Take your time. Enjoy being in the Presence of the Lord, as you life up 'holy songs', in 'the Psalms'. Amen. Amen.
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