The most familiar tehillah is the 144,000 who stand on Mount Tziyon and ‘sing a new song’ or tehillah (Revelation 14:3).
ate or the Golden Gate on the eastern side of the Temple has been blocked for a long time awaiting the return of Yeshua from the Mount of Olives. On the southern wall of the Temple are two sha’ar known as the Double and Triple Gates, sometimes referred to as the Huldah Gates. On the western wall there were several sha’arot: Warren’s Gate, Wilson’s Arch, Barclay’s Gate and Robinson’s Arch. These are the sha’arot that led to the courtyards of the Temple.
Psalm 119 is about loving God’s Torah, His statutes, commands and precepts. It is broken up into sections with strange looking words or letters which are the Hebrew alphabet. In the Hebrew Scriptures, each line of each section starts with a word beginning with this letter. This is called an acrostic poem. Each Hebrew letter also has a word picture associated with it giving greater meaning and symbolism to each line of the specific letter-ed section.