The LORD is my strength and my song, and He has become my salvation; this is my God, and I will praise Him, my father's God, and I will exalt Him. Ex. 15:2 ESV
In the Bible a short version of God’s name, Yahweh, is also found, namely Yah. It occurs about fifty times, usually in combination with other words. The best example would be the well-known word hallelu-Yah, which means “praise Yah”. In these verses, coming from one of the oldest songs we know, we read how Moses praises Yah as his “strength and song”. Yah became their salvation because He led His people safely through the Red Sea. Therefore, Yah is to be praised!
Well, what are you waiting for? Praise Yah! The Lord brought you through deep waters as well, didn’t He? He was with you in your tight corners, your uphill battles. He gave you strength for many challenges. Let Him now become your praise, your psalm! What is praise? Praise is exalting God for who He is and what He did – to say it, pray it, sing it, write it, testify about it! Make the Lord’s praise known! Hallelu-YAH!
Yes, LORD God, You’re worthy of all praise and honour. Your works prove that You’re a wonderful God. I praise You today, hallelujah! In Jesus’ Name, amen.
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