praise+ye+Jehovah

  • 1 Jehovah's Witnesses and blood transfusions — Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that the Bible prohibits eating blood, and that this includes the storage and transfusion of blood, including in cases of emergency. This belief was introduced in 1945, and has been elaborated upon since then.… …

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  • 2 Jehovah's Witnesses and congregational discipline — Part of a series on Jehovah s Witnesses Overview …

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  • 3 List of Jehovah's Witnesses publications — Jehovah s Witnesses publications are books, brochures, magazines and tracts published by the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania and New York. The organization s workforce in the printing factories are all baptized Jehovah s… …

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  • 4 Sing Praises to Jehovah — is the hymnal used by Jehovah s Witnesses. It is a collection of the current Kingdom songs. It was released in English in 1984 and includes 225 songs. It was subsequently introduced in many other languages. Many songs in the current book were… …

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  • 5 Beliefs and practices of Jehovah's Witnesses — The beliefs and practices of Jehovah s Witnesses are based on the Bible teachings of its founder, Charles Taze Russell and his successors, Joseph Franklin Rutherford and Nathan Homer Knorr. Since about 1976 they have also been based on decisions… …

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  • 6 Organizational structure of Jehovah's Witnesses — Part of a series on Jehovah s Witnesses Overview …

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  • 7 Hallelujah —    Praise ye Jehovah, frequently rendered Praise ye the LORD, stands at the beginning of ten of the psalms (106, 111 113, 135, 146 150), hence called hallelujah psalms. From its frequent occurrence it grew into a formula of praise. The Greek form …

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  • 8 List of Biblical names — This is a list of names from the Bible, mainly taken from the 19th century public domain resource: : Hitchcock s New and Complete Analysis of the Holy Bible by Roswell D. Hitchcock, New York: A. J. Johnson, 1874, c1869.Each name is given with its …

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  • 9 List of Watch Tower Society publications — This article is about literature produced by the Watch Tower Society since its inception. For additional information about literature used by Jehovah s Witnesses, see Jehovah s Witnesses publications. Part of a series on …

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  • 10 Kingdom songs — are the songs sung by Jehovah s Witnesses at their religious meetings, analogous to hymns. In earlier decades, the lyrics were sometimes set to established tunes or themes from classical music. Beginning with the book Singing and Accompanying… …

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  • 11 hallelujah — (Roget s IV) interj. Syn. praise God, praise the Lord, Deo gratias (Latin), praise ye the Lord, hosanna, alleluia, praise ye Jehovah, glory be, praise be, huzza, lift up your hearts, heaven be praised, thanks be to God, thank God, glory be to God …

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  • 12 Halleluiah — Hal le*lu iah, Hallelujah Hal le*lu jah (h[a^]l l[ e]*l[=u] y[.a]), n. & interj. [Heb. See {Alleluia}.] Praise ye Jehovah; praise ye the Lord; an exclamation used chiefly in songs of praise or thanksgiving to God, and as an expression of… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 13 Hallelujah — Halleluiah Hal le*lu iah, Hallelujah Hal le*lu jah (h[a^]l l[ e]*l[=u] y[.a]), n. & interj. [Heb. See {Alleluia}.] Praise ye Jehovah; praise ye the Lord; an exclamation used chiefly in songs of praise or thanksgiving to God, and as an expression… …

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  • 14 hallelujah — also halleluiah, 1530s, from Hebrew hallalu yah praise ye Jehovah, from hallalu, plural imperative of hallel to praise also song of praise, from hillel he praised, of imitative origin, with primary sense being to trill. Second element is yah,… …

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  • 15 alleluia — /æləˈlujə / (say aluh loohyuh) interjection 1. praise to the Lord; hallelujah. –noun 2. a song of praise to God. {Latin, from Greek allēlouia, from Hebrew hallēlūyāh praise ye Jehovah} …

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  • 16 hal|le|lu|jah — «HAL uh LOO yuh», interjection, noun. –interj. praise ye the Lord! It occurs in many psalms and anthems. –n. 1. an exclamation of “hallelujah.” 2. a song of praise to God. Also, alleluia. ╂[< Hebrew hāll ū y praise ye Jehovah] …

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  • 17 Alleluia — Al le*lu ia, Alleluiah Al le*lu iah, n. [L. alleluia, Gr. ?, fr. Heb. hall[=e]l[=u] y[=a]h. See {Hallelujah}.] An exclamation signifying Praise ye Jehovah. Hence: A song of praise to God. See {Hallelujah}, the commoner form. [1913 Webster] I… …

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  • 18 Alleluiah — Alleluia Al le*lu ia, Alleluiah Al le*lu iah, n. [L. alleluia, Gr. ?, fr. Heb. hall[=e]l[=u] y[=a]h. See {Hallelujah}.] An exclamation signifying Praise ye Jehovah. Hence: A song of praise to God. See {Hallelujah}, the commoner form. [1913… …

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  • 19 hallelujah — /hæləˈlujə / (say haluh loohyuh) interjection 1. (a religious exclamation meaning Praise (ye) the Lord! .) 2. Colloquial (an exclamation of joy, applause, relief, or the like.) –noun 3. an exclamation of hallelujah! . 4. a musical composition… …

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  • 20 alleluia — interjection Etymology: Middle English, from Late Latin, from Greek allēlouia, from Hebrew halălūyāh praise ye Jehovah Date: 14th century hallelujah …

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