Why is Halleluyah the Highest Praise?

 

Many times, while in the mist of worship service someone will say "Halleluyah is the highest praise." Have you ever wondered, why people say that? Where did the phrase come from? What does it mean? When did it become the highest praise? People shout out halleluyah because the heavenly Father left an utterance in our spirit man. This expression was left as a record from the most high reminding us of why we were created, to praise Him!

...because that which is known of Elohim is manifest among them, for Elohim has manifested it to them. For since the creation of the world His invisible qualities have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, both His everlasting power and Mightiness, for them to be without excuse, (Rom 1:19-20 The Scriptures '98+)

Halleluyah" is a universal phrase. In every nation halleluyah means the same thing. Halal "Praise" Lu "You" Yah YHWH, which was substituted in KJV with "Praise ye the Lord." This is a violation of the comandment of Yah YHWH.

“You do not bring the Name of YHWH your Elohim to naught, for YHWH does not leave the one unpunished who brings His Name to naught. (Exo 20:7 The Scriptures '98+)

The name of the Father is Yah. He is the creator and originator of all things. The one in whom Abraham Isaac and Yahqob (incorrectly translated Jacob) served. Yahcob's name was changed to Israel spelled Yisrael in Hebrew.

And he said, Thy name shall be called no more Yahcob, but Yisrael: for as a prince hast thou power with Elohiym and with men, and hast prevailed. Gen 32:28

Every since time began, men have always knew that there was a need to praise the Almighty one. The Scriptures declare that during the days of Seth men began to call "Qara" Strong's number 7122 on the name of YHWH!

And to Seth, to him also there was born a son; and he called his name Enos: then began men to call upon the name of the YHWH. Gen 4:26

Many people think that it is disrespectful to call the father by his name. However, he has always wanted us as his children to know him personally and intimately. He always desires to have a relationship with us as his children. However, because of our sinful ways we have not been willing to allow Him the opportunity to be to us a Father. However, the spirit cries out in our heart

For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father. The Spirit itself bears witness with our spirit, that we are the children of Elohiym: Rom 8:15; 16

But the hour is comings, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeks such to worship him. John 4:23

In the book of Genesis 11:1-9 we are given an account of the story of the tower of Babel. All of the inhabitants of Babylon got together to worship the sun god Marduk or Merodach. This diety is found in the book of Yirmeyahu incorrectly translated as Jeremiah 50:2. YHWH came down to see the city and the tower that the children of men built. Mankind in rejection to the name of Yah became rebellious and went on to worship the idol god Marduk also known as Baal. The name Baal is of Semitic origin. Baal was derived from Bali, number 1189 in Strong's concordance meaning owner or master. This title is found in Hosea 2:16. The title Baal was also used in ancient religions for lord or god. Furthermore, Elohiym and Yahweh were incorrectly translated in the King James Version to lord and god in honor of Baal. Thus the terms lord and god make reference to Baal, and not Yahweh. Theses terms should not be used in reference to El Shadday, the Most High, and Creator. Selah! As a result of the inhabitants of the earth preparing to make a name, Yahweh caused them not to understand each others speech. Therefore, efforts of humanity to build an altar to worship Baal were ended. Thusly, He left the whole world with this universal word and commission. To Praise Yahweh! Halleluyah!

We must also understand that Halleluyah is not an English word. The books before the messianic scriptures "old testament" were written in the Hebrew language. When King James authorized the scriptures to be translated in 1611, several words were translated to the English word "praise" from its original Hebrew form. According to James Strong's exhaustive concordance, Hallel or Halal number 1984 was translated to praise. The English language is limited. Therefore, to fully understand the true meaning of the word we must look at it in the original Hebrew form. The word Hallelujah, in its English form is spelled incorrectly. There is no letter "J" in the Hebrew Alphabet. Furthermore, the English language was not in existence during the times when the bible was written, and did not come into existence until approximately 449-1000 AD. Therefore, the proper spelling should be Hallelu-"yah", not Hallelujah. We pronounce the world the way it's spelled in Hebrew. Additionally in Hebrew there are no Vowels. However the letter "e" phonetically would be pronounced like the letter "A" making the word Hallel, "Halal." Mishpachah, it is no coincidence that the spirit would have some one to shout out "Halleluyah!" Halleluyah is comprised of three words Halal Lu Yah. Let us look at each one carefully.

Halal (1984) means to be clear, in sound or color, to shine, make a show, to boast to be clamorously foolish, to rave, to celebrate, to stultify.Lu (3863) meaning if by implication would that.Yah (3050) the name of the Heavenly Elohiym is Yah from 3068 YHWH meaning the self existing one.

In conclusion, Halal-Lu-Yah means; if you celebrate Yah then all the questions that you have concerning "if" will be fulfilled. Therefore, when you say Halleluyah you are simply calling on the Name of the heavenly Father. Yah is short for YHWH and Yah is his Name Halal-Lu-Yah!!!!!!