Singing unto God

So what does scripture say about our praise and God?
Here's the first time praise is used:

Genesis 29:35 (KJV)
And she conceived again, and bare a son: and she said, Now will I praise the LORD: therefore she called his name Judah; and left bearing.​

So let's look at praise. ידה is yada in Hebrew and means to shoot arrows, to cast, to throw down, to laud, to give thanks, to confess sins. It also means hand.

Its letters mean:
י - arm and hand/deed/work - value of 10
ד - door/pathway - value of 4
ה - grace/revelation/window - value of 5

Total: 19 (a prime number)

So praise is to use your arms and hands (Psa 134:2; 1 Tim 2:8) which opens a doorway to grace and revelation. The idea also is the movements of the hand enables work in the flesh and in the spirit. We raise our hands like a child asking for help, throw up our hands in surrender to a superior Force, in praise to give thanks and glory to God, and cast our cares and sins to His faithful judgement.

Judah - יהודה - is the tribe that always went up first to battle. We should praise before battle! If you remove the ד (Door - John 10:9 :) ) from the word you have יהוה which is the name God gave to Moses! Indeed, the Door from the tribe of Judah (Praise) is the Pathway (John 14:6) to the Father through confession and praise (Rom 10:9)!

Glory to God how His word is so entwined like a gorgeous tapestry revealing Your Son with every pulled thread!!
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This also means Yahovah doesn't it?
That's how some call it. Let's look at what the Yahovah means. First Ya means God. Here's what "hovah" means:

Strongs H1943
- Original: הוה
- Transliteration: Hovah
- Phonetic: ho-vaw'
- Definition:
1. ruin, disaster

Ya-hovah - the God of Ruin

Every time you see "Jahovah" or "Jehovah" they're calling God the God of Ruin. That's the devil.

The Jews don't know how to pronounce יהוה because to pronounce it is to blaspheme it. How sad. But all is not lost. Remember Judah? Remove the D and you have God's name. How is Judah pronounced in Hebrew?


Remove the D and you get:


Here's a little video on this:
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