Revelation 19 “Hallelujah to the King of Kings”
We have walked through the Tribulation and seen the horrors that only the evil enemy could devise, and yet in the midst of these chapters, we have found the glory of the Lord and have stopped to praise Him for His mercy, His lovingkindness, and His grace. Now with all of heaven, we can shout “Hallelujah.”
The word hallelujah is only found in the book of the Revelation in the NT but is often found in the Psalms (see examples below) as Hallelujah or Praise the Lord. “Hallelujah is an English transliteration of hallalouia, which is a Greek transliteration (not translation) of a Hebrew term, which means, “Praise Jehovah.” [sola scriptura]
Psa 113:1 Praise the Lord! Praise, you servants of the Lord, praises the name of the Lord!
Psa 146:1 Praise the Lord! Praise the Lord, O my soul!
Psa 149:1 Praise the Lord! Sing to the Lord a new song! Praise Him in the assembly of the godly!
Take time today to meditate upon that word. Give the Lord Praise! Hallelujah! Then compose a prayer to Him, for He alone is glorious, righteous, and deserving of praise.