The most familiar tehillah is the 144,000 who stand on Mount Tziyon and ‘sing a new song’ or tehillah (Revelation 14:3).
Praise, Loud – Hebrew: Shabach
The most familiar shabach is at the battle of Jericho. A loud shout or shabach brought the walls of the city down so the Israelites could enter the Promised Land.
Praise, Kneel – Hebrew: Barak
The first time barak is found in Scripture is when Adonai blessed the birds of the air and the fish of the sea to be fruitful and multiply (Genesis 1:22).
Praise, Pluck Strings – Hebrew: Zamar
זמר The Hebrew word zamar means to worship Adonai with music. Zamar has a root meaning of ‘pruning a tree’ and the rhythm of cutting would make a musical sound when branches were pruned. From this definition, zamar means to pluck a stringed instrument. Yuval was the ancestor of all who play lyre and flute…