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Halelukah: I Sing to G-d

Discussions on Prayer, Lesson 18

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Halelukah: I Sing to G-d: Discussions on Prayer, Lesson 18

The series of five Hallelukah chapters from the end of the book of Psalms form this section of Verses of Praise (Pesukaei D’zimrah). In this chapter, from Psalm 146, we begin with personalizing our praise of G-d, and express our complete trust and faith.
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Anonymous Slidell March 20, 2018

Halelukah yes is my first renders expression G-d ward being I've spake Hallelujah over the whole experiences giving we the people of G-d now if any have say counted the power of the Hallel and the feet giving this prayer it's height from it's depth make me more excited to say this is the 1st. time I say Halelukah in Faith and of Trust G-d ward Reply

Bill Hamel March 18, 2015

I missed all the lessons. Is it possible to bring up the first 17 lessons so I can watch them. Reply

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