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Psalm 150 Praise Jah, You people!

150 Praise Jah, YOU people!*+

Praise God* in his holy place.+

Praise him in the expanse of his strength.+

 Praise him for his works of mightiness.+

Praise him according to the abundance of his greatness.+

 Praise him with the blowing of the horn.*+

Praise him with the stringed instrument and the harp.+

 Praise him with the tambourine+ and the circle dance.+

Praise him with strings+ and the pipe.+

 Praise him with the cymbals of melodious sound.+

Praise him with the clashing cymbals.+

 Every breathing thing*—let it praise Jah.*+

Praise Jah, YOU people!*+ (Ref.B.)

 

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other translation in English: Psalm 150 Praise Jah! Praise God

Dutch version / Nederlandse versie: Psalm 150 Looft Jah! Looft God

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Preceding post: Be vigilant with a view to prayers

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Psalm 150 Praise Jah! Praise God

150 Praise Jah!*+

Praise God in his holy place.+

Praise him in the expanse of* his strength.+

 Praise him for his mighty works.+

Praise him for his exceeding greatness.+

 Praise him with the sounding of the horn.+

Praise him with the stringed instrument and the harp.+

 Praise him with the tambourine+ and the circle dance.

Praise him with strings+ and the flute.*+

 Praise him with ringing cymbals.

Praise him with crashing cymbals.+

 Every breathing thing—let it praise Jah.

Praise Jah!*+ (NWT)

 

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Other English version: Psalm 150 Praise Jah, You people!

Dutch version / Nederlandse versie: Psalm 150 Looft Jah! Looft God

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Preceding post: Be vigilant with a view to prayers

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Psalm 150 Looft Jah! Looft God

 

 

150 Looft Jah!*+

Looft God* in zijn heilige plaats.+

Looft hem in het uitspansel zijner sterkte.+

 Looft hem om zijn machtige werken.+

Looft hem overeenkomstig de volheid van zijn grootheid.+

 Looft hem met hoorngeschal.*+

Looft hem met het snaarinstrument en de harp.+

 Looft hem met de tamboerijn+ en de reidans.+

Looft hem met snaren+ en de schalmei.+

 Looft hem met de welluidende cimbalen.+

Looft hem met de schallende cimbalen.+

 Ja, al wat adem heeft,* love Jah.*+

Looft Jah!*+

 

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Engelse versies / English versions :

Psalm 150 Praise Jah! Praise God

Psalm 150 Praise Jah, You people!

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Be vigilant with a view to prayers

Be vigilant with a view to prayers.—1 Pet. 4:7.

Prayer of David, psalm 51

Prayer of David, psalm 51 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In our prayers, we may often petition Jehovah for His help in satisfying our needs and in overcoming obstacles. The “Hearer of prayer” lovingly listens to our appeals for help. (Ps. 65:2) However, we should also endeavour to focus on other forms of prayer. These include those of praise, thanksgiving, and supplication. There are many reasons why our prayers to Jehovah should include words of praise. For instance, we are moved to praise him when we think of “his works of mightiness” and “the abundance of his greatness.” (Ps. 150:1-6) Why, the six verses of the 150th Psalm exhort us 13 different times to praise Jehovah! With deep reverence for God, the composer of another psalm sang:

“Seven times in the day I have praised you because of your righteous judicial decisions.” (Ps. 119:164)

Jehovah surely deserves to be praised. Therefore, should we not praise him in our prayers “seven times in the day,” that is, very often? w13 11/15 1:1, 3, 4

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Preceding articles:

  1. Our openness to being approachable
  2. Natural inclinations and Praying and asking
  3. Always rejoicing Praying constantly Giving thanks for everything
  4. Psalm 66 HRV
  5. Psalm 66 OJB
  6. Praying and acts of meditation without ceasing
  7. Praying is surrendering in all circumstances
  8. Be sound in mind and be vigilant with a view to prayers

Dutch version / Nederlandstalige versie: Weest waakzaam met het oog op gebeden

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Additional reading:

  1. Blaming their circumstances for what they are
  2. Blind leading the blind
  3. Humility and the Fear of the Lord
  4. People Seeking for God 3 Laws and directions
  5. Trusting, Faith, Calling and Ascribing to Jehovah #6 Prayer #4 Attitude
  6. Trusting, Faith, Calling and Ascribing to Jehovah #8 Prayer #6 Communication and manifestation
  7. Trusting, Faith, Calling and Ascribing to Jehovah #10 Prayer #8 Condition
  8. Trusting, Faith, Calling and Ascribing to Jehovah #16 Benefits of praying
  9. Trusting, Faith, Calling and Ascribing to Jehovah #17 Sorts of prayers
  10. God is my refuge and my fortress in Him I will trust
  11. Give your worries to God
  12. True riches
  13. Exceeding Great and Precious Promise
  14. A Breath for tomorow
  15. God Feeds The Birds
  16. Rejoicing in the day
  17. Heed of the Saviour
  18. A Living Faith #7 Prayer

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  • Lets Praise God With Freedom Of Emotion – Psalm 9 (craigbenno1.wordpress.com)
    I was reminded of Jesus telling us that we should love the Lord our God, with all our heart, mind and strength. And I asked myself, “Do I really praise and sing to God, with all my heart? Do I allow my emotions freedom to praise him with everything? Do I sing praises directly to God, with gladness? Do I thank God with gusto?”
  • Confident that You’ll Answer (tithebarn.wordpress.com)
    I remember hearing a rabbi say that the right place to start reading the Bible was in the book of Psalms. It’s an interesting thought isn’t it? You might think to begin at the beginning, or to first learn the historical story, or attempt to understand its high theology. So, why the Psalms?
  • Strong Tower (revelation217.com)
    A tower of strength in times of trouble.
    That’s Who He is. And who of us does not need a tower of strength?
  • Reflective Moment ‘Wonderfully Made’ (mylordmyfriend.com)
    David has found and knows for himself, that God knows us and watches over us and guides us like a perfect Father.

    God loves us individually, that is why, Salvation, is a personal commitment of repentance and to follow our loving God, and let Him watch over us.
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    Enjoy the intimacy of the Psalm, and understand we are indeed fearfully and wonderfully made by the hands of a loving Creator God, Everybody likes to feel loved, and the psalm reiterates the Omniscient of God {All-knowing} in verse 1 to 6. The Omnipresent {ever present} verse 7 to 12 and The Omnipotent {All-powerful}, verse 13 to 15: and that is Who we are loved by.Enjoy the intimacy of the Psalm, and understand we are indeed fearfully and wonderfully made by the hands of a loving Creator God, Everybody likes to feel loved, and the psalm reiterates the Omniscient of God {All-knowing} in verse 1 to 6. The Omnipresent {ever present} verse 7 to 12 and The Omnipotent {All-powerful}, verse 13 to 15: and that is Who we are loved by.

  • Day 26 Keep the Praises Rising (cutpaste.typepad.com)

    We tend to try everything to fix situations in our lives except turn to God. We turn to medication before prayer, friend’s advice before God’s advice and self-help books before the Bible.

    Our only hope and the only hope of every struggling person we know is for them to turn their life over to God!

    Psalm 107:9 …he satisfies the thirsty and fills the hungry with good things.

    Psalm 23:1 The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing.

    God alone satisfies our every desire and makes our lives feel complete, nothing lacking. But it’s only as we trust him enough to place all the pieces of our lives before him and call him my Shepherd.

  • The Psalms as a Divine Tom-tom (avowofconversation.wordpress.com)
    A few months ago I discovered Father Lazarus Moore’s translation of the Psalter, which is available online here. (It’s available in Word somewhere too, but I can’t find it now). Apart from being a highly recommended translation of the Septuagint Psalter (the esteemed Esteban Vázquez praises it here as “at once laconic and lyrical”), it also has an introductory essay on the Psalms that is one of the best things I remember reading on them. In it Father Lazarus discusses not only the nature, content, and theology of the Psalms, but also their use and impact as the prayer book of the Church.
  • Your Prayer Life Is Better Than You Think | Desiring God (debbiehughett1.wordpress.com)
    As I was asking my heavenly Father what He was saying to me, a song by David Crowder  came to mind. It’s about God being holy. I have been humming it all week. I thought I might pen a prayer in response. This confirms I have been humming a prayer all week.
  • Prayer as Response to God (fellowshiproom.org) > Call for Fire Seminar
    Prayer may be a response to God. When we pray, we may attribute a recent event in our lives to the providence or the judgment of God. When we thank God for food, or a new job, or an answer to another prayer, we respond to his action with our prayer.
  • A Morning Prayer (bministry.org)
    King David had a heart for God. Seeking God through reading, meditating and memorizing Law of God would keep David in tune with his heavenly Father. Prayer was a key part in David’s life.
  • Saturday, 24 January 2015 : 2nd Week of Ordinary Time, Memorial of St. Francis de Sales, Bishop and Doctor of the Church, Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (Psalm) (petercanisiusmichaeldavidkang.com)
    Clap your hands, all you peoples; acclaim God with shouts of joy. For the Lord, the Most High, is to be feared; He is a great King all over the earth.

Weest waakzaam met het oog op gebeden

Weest waakzaam met het oog op gebeden.  1 Petr. 4:7.

Psalm 1 in 1628 printing with tune, metrical v...

Psalm 1 in 1628 afdruk met toonaangeving, metrische versie bij Thomas Sternhold. (Foto credit: Wikipedia)

Misschien vragen we in onze gebeden Jehovah vaak om ons te geven wat we nodig hebben en ons te helpen onze problemen te overwinnen. De „Hoorder van het gebed” luistert liefdevol als we om hulp vragen (Psalm 65:2). Maar we moeten proberen ons ook te richten op andere vormen van gebed, zoals lofprijzingen, dankzeggingen en smekingen. Er zijn veel redenen om lofprijzingen op te nemen in onze gebeden. Zo worden we ertoe bewogen Jehovah te loven als we nadenken over „zijn machtige werken” en „de volheid van zijn grootheid” (Psalm 150:1-6). De zes verzen van Psalm 150 sporen ons dertien keer aan om Jehovah te loven! De componist van een andere psalm zong met diepe eerbied voor Jehovah:

„Zevenmaal per dag heb ik uw lof gezongen om uw rechtvaardige rechterlijke beslissingen” (Psalm 119:164).

Jehovah verdient beslist alle lof. Zouden we hem dan niet „zevenmaal per dag” oftewel heel vaak moeten loven in onze gebeden? w13 15/11 1:1, 3, 4

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Voorgaand:

Altijd verheugend zonder ophouden biddend

Weest gezond van verstand en weest waakzaam met het oog op gebeden

Engelse versie / English version: Be vigilant with a view to prayers

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Vindt ook:

  1. Aanbidden, Aanbidding, Eredienst en Gebed
  2. Prijs en zeg dank tot God de Allerhoogste
  3. Vertrouwen, Geloof, Roepen en Toeschrijving aan Jehovah #10 Gebed #8 Voorwaarde
  4. Vertrouwen, Geloof, Roepen en Toeschrijving aan Jehovah #16 Voordelen van het bidden
  5. Vertrouwen, Geloof, Roepen en Toeschrijving aan Jehovah #17 Soorten van gebed
  6. Vertrouwen, Geloof, Roepen en Toeschrijving aan Jehovah #18 Volbrenging
  7. Leven in dankbaarheid opent glorie van God

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  • I Sing Praises, Because There is a Name I Can Call On….Regardless of My Need (brandinicolejm.wordpress.com)
    Just like we have first names, God’s first name is Yahweh or Jehovah. The Hebrew word means “I Am” and comes from the verb which means “to be” or “to exist.” As we speak to one another on a first name basis, we should have a desire to be on a first name basis with God.
  • Invoking Divine Wisdom (betterendingsnow.com)
    Not a day goes by that I do not find it helpful to appeal to Higher Wisdom for the grace and humility to make decisions and to understand and respond as well as I can to life’s challenges.
  • Evangelizing (thepassionists.org)
    We Catholics seldom engage in that kind of evangelization. Maybe because we’re convinced it turns people off. People don’t want you to shove your religious beliefs down their throat. Such an approach would do more harm than good. Perhaps even alienate them forever from listening to the Good News. Still, how are people going to hear it unless we preach it? And after all, we just heard Jesus tell us not to hide the light of our faith under a bushel basket!
  • Sunday Inspiration – Let Everything Praise (leesbird.com)
    Let everything that has breath and every breath of life praise the Lord! Praise the Lord! (Hallelujah!) (AMP)
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    “The conclusion of the Psalter is this extravagant summons to praise, which seeks to mobilize all creation with a spontaneous and unreserved act of adoration, praise, gratitude, and awe. There are no ‘bases’ given; no reason needs to be given.” [Note: Brueggemann, p. 167.]
  • Reflective Moment ‘Wonderfully Made’ (mylordmyfriend.com)
    David has found and knows for himself, that God knows us and watches over us and guides us like a perfect Father.

    God loves us individually, that is why, Salvation, is a personal commitment of repentance and to follow our loving God, and let Him watch over us.

  • Scripture of the Day, 1/22 (sowegalive.com)
    Psalm 73:26 My flesh and my heart faileth: but God is the strength of my heart, and my portion for ever.
  • An Amazing Website ! (briannas22.wordpress.com)
    We all have questions and wonder about life,love ,our families,happiness and ultimately God. ”
  • A last note concerning civil rights (byclarkellis.wordpress.com)
    Racism, sexism, and all other forms of discrimination are social constructs born of fear and ignorance. Whatever your belief system, don’t give in to the appeal of extremism.

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