I. The Hands of Praise – YADAH
Yadah: To revere or worship with extended hands. To hold out the hands. To throw a stone or arrow.
II. The Exclamation of Praise – HALAL
Halal: To boast. To rave. To shine. To celebrate.
III. The Music of Praise – ZAMAR
Zamar: To make music. To celebrate in song and music. To touch the strings or parts of a musical instrument
2 Kings 3:15-17
IV. The Expectation of Praise – TOWDAH
Towdah – an extension of the hand. A sacrifice of praise. Thanksgiving for things not yet received
V. The Posture of Praise – BARAK
Barak – To kneel. To bless God (as an act of adoration). To praise. To salute. To thank.
VI. The Songs of Praise – TEHILLAH
Tehillah: A hymn, a song of praise, a new song, a spontaneous song.
VII. The Shout of Praise – SHABACH
Shabach: To address in a loud tone. To shout. To commend, glory, and triumph.
Application: The Practice of Praise