Barak (Blessed) be the Name of יהוה now and forevermore! Psalm 113:2

And he said unto Moses, Come up unto יהוה Yahuah, thou, and Aaron, Nadab, and Abihu, and seventy of the elders of Israel; and Shachah (worship) ye afar off. Exodus 24:1

The richness of the Hebrew language contains multiple words to describe worship to Elohim. In Hebrew, worship isn’t just singing or doing a particular activity and can actually be described and captured in 10 distinct forms. This allows for a much more personal expression of gratitude and adoration to יהוה Yahuah our Elohim.

Shachah שחה (shaw-khaw’)
Shachah is a primitive root that means to bow oneself down, i.e. prostrate (especially reflexive, in homage to royalty or Yahuah):—bow (self) down, crouch, fall down (flat), humbly beseech, to make obeisance, to do reverence, make to stoop, worship. We provide qodesh music that will strengthen all believers teaching them how to pronounce and magnify the Qodesh Name of יהוה Yahuah our Elohim.

Other Hebrew words used for worship are:

1. Hallal – means to praise; boast, celebrate.
2. Barak – means to Bless; to praise, kneel.
3. Yada – means to worship with hands raised
4. Shabach – means to shout praise; announce with loud voice
5. Towdah – means to give sacrifice of praise
6. Taqa – means to praise with a clap; strike the hands
7. Makal – means to praise in a dance, leap and twirl
8. Tehillah – means to praise in singing; sing a new song
9. Zamar – means to praise on instruments; play an instrument

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