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In the psalm ‘Halelukah Shiru LaShem’ we look to the future when we’ll sing to G-d in a new form of song that is an expression of sensing G-d’s presence and rejoicing in His joy. And through our words extolling G-d, we banish the negative forces of the world. This Halelukah is the 149th psalm from Tehillim.

Sing a New Song

Sing a New Song

Discussions on Prayer, Lesson 21

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Sing a New Song: Discussions on Prayer, Lesson 21

In the psalm ‘Halelukah Shiru LaShem’ we look to the future when we’ll sing to G-d in a new form of song that is an expression of sensing G-d’s presence and rejoicing in His joy. And through our words extolling G-d, we banish the negative forces of the world. This Halelukah is the 149th psalm from Tehillim.
Siddur: Hallelukah, Shiru
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Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan is the Director of Lubavitch of Maryland. He is a board member of Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch, the educational arm of Chabad-Lubavitch.
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