Zikron Teruah/Memorial of Making Noise
Updated 06/30/6987*  1st day of week (09/24/06)
Updated 06/30/6988*  5th day of the week (09/13/07)
Updated 07/01/6989*  5th day of the week (10/02/08)
Updated 07/01/6991*  7th day of the week (09/11/10)
Updated 06/28/6993*  1st day of the week [09/16/12]
Updated 07/01/6998*  4th day of the week/Zikron Teruah
4) Zikron Teruah/ “Day of Trumpets” = Yahvshua will return at the "last trump" (7th Trumpet 1 Cor. 15:52; Rev. 10:7; V’yakra/Lev. 23:24-25). This signals the end of the "Great Tribulation" and the beginning of the "Wrath of the Lamb". This day marks the true birthday (born again) of the (believers) Body of Yahvshua (Rev.12:4). This day marks the beginning of the process, to place the physical flesh blood (1 Cor. 15:50) remnant of the children of Yisrael back into the Promised Land by the Body of Yahvshua.
The 7th Chodesh is a very important time in YaHVeH's plan of deliverance. This is what Yahvshua meant when He said nobody knows the day or hour (Mat. 24:36), because if you are waiting to sight the new Chodesh, you don't know if it will be sighted at evening or not, which if it is not, the 6th Chodesh is prolonged one more day. Remember the 1st day of the 7th Chodesh is an annual Sabbath and in English called the Day of Trumpets and in Iybriy/Hebrew Zikron Teruah! This is when the 7th Shophar will be blown, which marks the end of the "Great Tribulation/Ya'akob's Trouble", and the beginning of YaHVeH's wrath called the wrath of the Lamb (Rev. 6:16). It is at this time that dead in Yahvshua Mashiyach will be raised from the dead and changed and those who are alive at His coming will be changed immediately after [1 Cor. 15; 1 Thes. 4:13-18].
*Time has been set back one year to adjust for House of Yudah's membership into the UN in 1949 CE. Originally I had the time set at 1948 CE when they became a nation, but I see now that they did not put themselves under the Babylonian king’s thumb until 1949 CE. In Yirmiyah 25:12 and Daniy'Yah 9:2, YaHVeH has established a 70 year time line for the king of Babylon to be destroyed.
1 Corinthians: 13:12: For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.
Scripture is taken from KJV and Revised Standard and edited to remove blasphemous names (Rev. 17:3), words and titles and to give a more Iybriy/Hebrew rooted understanding; edited also because the "Mother of Harlots" has inserted these names to cover up the names of YaHVeH/יהוה and HIS Ben Yahvshua/יהושׁוּע, and to counterfeit a Babylonian Greco-Roman "god", "lord", "Jesus", "Christ", “allah”…etc. and promote its demonic idolatrous pagan customs and "holidays" by replacing YaHVeH's Sabbaths (Dan. 7:25).
V'yakra/Leviticus: 23:23: And YaHVeH spoke to Mosheh,
V'yakra: 23:24: Speak to the children of Yisrael, saying, In the seventh month/chodesh, in the first day of the chodesh, shall you have a Shab-ba-thone, a memorial/Zikron of blowing of shophariym/trumpets/making noise/Teruah, a Kodesh convocation.
V'yakra: 23:25: You shall do no servile work in it: but you shall offer an offering made by fire to YaHVeH.
From E-Sword Strong's Hebrew Concordance the word used translated for "trumpets" (edited):
From H7321; clamor, that is, acclamation of joy or a battle cry; especially clangor of trumpets, as an alarum: - alarm, blow (-ing) (of, the) (trumpets), joy, yubile, loud noise, rejoicing, shout (-ing), (high, joyful) sound (-ing).
Today what does the blast of a shophar/trumpet remind you of? The importance of this question is to help you, the Ekklesia/Called out/Moed/Congregation/Assembly (Body of Yahvshua) understand how far our thinking as gotten off track in the way YaHVeH intended; when the Yisraeliym heard the sound of a shophar it really did mean something too them.
The Zikron Teruah is to be a "memorial of blowing of shophariym". What purpose does this memorial serve? What is the importance of this annual Shabbath for us today in YaHVeH's Congregation?
This annual Shabbath is very important and just as significant as all the other annual Shabbaths.
Where in the scriptures do we first find the noise of a shophar being heard? Turn to Shemoth chapter 19. You can read all of Shemoth 19 yourself; I will point out the most significant verses:
Shemoth/Exodus: 19:13: There shall not a hand touch it, but he shall surely be stoned, or shot through; whether it is beast or man/iysh, it shall not live: when the shophar/yobel sounds long, they shall come up to the mount.
From E-Sword Strong's Hebrew Concordance the word for "trumpet" (edited):
Apparently from H2986; the blast of a horn (from its continuous sound); specifically the signal of the silver trumpets; hence the instrument itself and the festival thus introduced: - yubile, ram’s horn, trumpet.
Shemoth: 19:16: And it came to pass on the third day in
the morning, that there were thunders and lightning’s, and a thick cloud on the
mount, and the voice of the trumpet/shophar exceeding loud; so that all
the people that was in the camp trembled.
From E-Sword Strong's Hebrew Concordance the word for "trumpet", this word was also used in verse 19:
From H8231 in the original sense of incising; a cornet (as giving a clear sound) or curved horn: - cornet, trumpet.
Shemoth: 19:18: And Mount Sinai was altogether on a smoke, because YaHVeH descended on it in fire: and the smoke thereof ascended as the smoke of a furnace, and the whole mount quaked greatly.
Shemoth: 19:19: And when the voice of the trumpet/shophar sounded long and waxed louder and louder, Mosheh spoke, and Elohiym answered him by a Voice.
Shemoth: 20:18: And all the people saw the thundering, and the lightning’s, and the noise of the trumpet/shophar, and the mountain smoking: and when the people saw it, they removed, and stood afar off.
It is clear from these verses that the sounding of the shophar was to prepare the people for hearing of the unseen/Ruach (Romans 7:14) Law/Torah of YaHVeH. "Many" (Mattith`Yahu/Matthew 24:5) over look the significance of these verses and how prominent the noise of the shophar was before the Word of YaHVeH descended on Mount Sinai. Why was this recorded and written in scripture for us to see and read today? The sound of the shophar is closely connected to the return of our Melek and Redeemer Yahvshua.
What are some other occasions the children of Yisrael used the shophar? Turn to:
V'yakra: 25:9: Then shall you cause the trumpet/shophar of the Teruah to sound on the tenth day of the seventh chodesh; in the day of atonement/Kippur shall you all make the trumpet/shophar sound throughout all your land.
B'midbar/Numbers: 10:1: And YaHVeH spoke to Mosheh,
B'midbar: 10:2: Make you two trumpets/chatsotserah of silver; of a whole piece shall you make them: that you use them for the calling of the assembly, and for the journeying of the camps.
From E-Sword Strong's Hebrew Concordance the word for "trumpet" is:
By reduplication from H2690; a trumpet (from its sundered or quavering note): - trumpet (-er).
B'midbar: 10:3: And when they shall blow with them, all the assembly shall assemble themselves to you at the door of the tabernacle of the congregation/moed.
B'midbar: 10:4: And if they blow but with one trumpet, then the princes, which are heads of the thousands of Yisrael, shall gather together to you.
B'midbar: 10:5: When you blow an alarm, then the camps that lie on the east parts shall go forward.
B'midbar: 10:6: When you blow an alarm the second time, then the camps that lie on the south side shall take their journey: they shall blow an alarm for their journeys.
B'midbar: 10:7: But when the congregation is to be gathered together, you shall blow, but you shall not sound an alarm.
B'midbar: 10:8: And the benniym of Aharon, the koheniym, shall blow with the trumpets/chatsotserah; and they shall be to you for an ordinance for ever throughout your generations.
B'midbar: 10:9: And if you go to war in your land against the enemy that oppresses you, then you shall blow an alarm with the trumpets/chatsotserah; and you shall be remembered before YaHVeH your Elohiym, and you shall be saved from your enemies.
B'midbar: 10:10: Also in the day of your gladness, and in your solemn days, and in the beginnings of your months/chodesh, you shall blow with the trumpets/chatsotserah over your burnt offerings, and over the sacrifices of your shelem offerings; that they are to you for a memorial before your Elohiym: I am YaHVeH your Elohiym.
B'midbar: 31:1: And YaHVeH spoke to Mosheh, saying,
B'midbar: 31:2: Avenge the children of Yisrael of the Midianites/Midyaniy: afterward shall you be gathered to your people.
B'midbar: 31:3: And Mosheh spoke to the people, saying, Arm some of yourselves to the war, and let them go against the Mid-yan-iy, and avenge YaHVeH of Midyan.
B'midbar: 31:4: Of every tribe a thousand, throughout all the tribes of Yisrael, shall you send to the war.
B'midbar: 31:5: So there were delivered out of the thousands of Yisrael, a thousand of every tribe, twelve thousand armed for war.
B'midbar: 31:6: And Mosheh sent them to the war, a thousand of every tribe, them and Phinehas/Piy-nech-as the ben of Elazar the kohen, to the war, with the kodesh instruments, and the trumpets/chatsotserah to blow in his hand.
Now we come to the book of "Joshua"/Yahvshuah; I believe the destroying of "Jericho"/Yericho was the representation of Yahvshua ha`Mashiyach destroying the kingdoms of this earth (Galatians 3:24). It was no coincidence that the leader for Yisrael who brought them into the promised landed was named Yahvshuah the same name as our Redeemer. This event represented the return of Yahvshua to bring His "inheritance" the children of Yisrael back into the Promised Land:
Yahvshuah/Joshua: 6:1: Now Yericho was tightly
shut up because of the children of Yisrael: none went out, and none came in.
Yahvshuah: 6:2: And YaHVeH said to Yahvshuah, See, I have given into your hand Yericho, and the melek of it, and the mighty men/gibbor of valor.
Yahvshuah: 6:3: And you shall surround the city, all you men/iyshiym of war/mil-cha-mah, and go round about the city once. This shall you do six days.
Yahvshuah: 6:4: And seven koheniym shall bear before the Ark seven trumpets/shophariym of rams' horns: and the seventh day you shall compass the city seven times, and the koheniym shall blow with the shophariym.
Yahvshuah: 6:5: And it shall come to pass, that when they make a long blast with the ram's/yobel horn, and when you hear the sound of the shophariym, all the people shall shout/rua with a great noise/Teruah; and the wall of the city shall fall down flat, and the people shall ascend up every man straight before him.
From E-Sword Strong's Concordance notice two different words used for "shout":
A primitive root; to mar (especially by breaking); figuratively to split the ears (with sound), that is, shout (for alarm or joy): - blow an alarm, cry (alarm, aloud, out), destroy, make a joyful noise, smart, shout (for joy), sound an alarm, triumph.
Yahvshuah: 6:6: And Yahvshuah the ben of Nun called the
koheniym, and said to them, Take up the Ark of the Covenant, and let seven koheniym
bear seven shophariym of rams'/yobel horns before the Ark of YaHVeH.
Yahvshuah: 6:7: And he said to the people, Pass on, and compass the city, and let him that is armed pass on before the Ark of the YaHVeH.
Yahvshuah: 6:8: And it came to pass, when Yahvshuah had spoken to the people, that the seven koheniym bearing the seven shophariym of rams'/yobel horns passed on before YaHVeH, and blew with the shophariym: and the Ark of the Covenant of YaHVeH followed them.
Yahvshuah: 6:9: And the armed men went before the koheniym that blew with the shophariym, and the rearward came after the Ark, the koheniym going on, and blowing with the shophariym.
Yahvshuah: 6:10: And Yahvshuah had commanded the people, saying, You all shall not shout/rua, nor make any noise/shama with your voice, neither shall any word proceed out of your mouth, until the day I bid you shout/rua; then shall you all shout/rua.
Yahvshuah: 6:11: So the ark of YaHVeH compassed the city, going about it once: and they came into the camp, and lodged in the camp.
Yahvshuah: 6:12: And Yahvshuah rose early in the morning, and the koheniym took up the Ark of YaHVeH.
Yahvshuah: 6:13: And seven koheniym bearing seven shophariym of rams'/yobel horns before the Ark of YaHVeH went on continually, and blew with the shophariym: and the armed men went before them; but the rearward came after the Ark of YaHVeH, the koheniym going on, and blowing with the shophariym.
Yahvshuah: 6:14: And the second day they compassed the city once, and returned into the camp: so they did six days.
Yahvshuah: 6:15: And it came to pass on the seventh day that they rose early about the dawning of the day, and compassed the city after the same manner seven times: only on that day they compassed the city seven times.
Yahvshuah: 6:16: And it came to pass at the seventh time, when the koheniym blew with the shophariym, Yahvshuah said to the people, Shout/rua; for YaHVeH has given you the city.
We see now the shophar was blown (refer T`hiyliym/Psalms 81:3):
1) In the 50th year of Yubilee/Yobel. It was blown to proclaimed
freedom to the servant, and the land was returned to the family it was
2) For assembling of the people. They were to be blown while the children of Yisrael made their journey to the Promised Land.
3) For battle or war.
4) For the feast days.
5) In times of gladness.
6) At the beginning of each month/chodesh.
7) Over the burnt offerings and the sacrifice of the peace/shelem offerings.
You can see from this instruction the blowing of the shophar held a prominent role in the nation of Yisrael. Hearing the sound of the shophar depending on the sound it made would have sparked a certain emotional response.
This comment and question is taken from THE AMBASSADOR COLLEGE BIBLE CORRESPONDENCE COURSE LESSON 28 published by the WWCG in 1986 (edited):
"Trumpets an Alarm of War"
"Since the use of the shophar or ram's horn on the Feast of Trumpets makes that feast day unique, what did the sound of the ram's horn mean to Old Testament Israel? Let's understand how the ram's horn was used, and what its piercing sound signified to those who heard it.
1. What was Jeremiah's reaction when he heard the sound of the ram's horn? Jer. 4:19-21:
Yirmiyah/Jer: 4:19: My bowels, my bowels! I am pained at my very heart; my heart makes a noise in me; I cannot hold my peace, because you have heard, O my life, the sound of the trumpet, the alarm of war.
Yirmiyah: 4:20: Destruction upon destruction is cried; for the whole
land is spoiled: suddenly are my tents spoiled, and my curtains in a moment.
Yirmiyah: 4:21: How long shall I see the standard, and hear the sound of the trumpet?
Comment: The trumpet, or ram's horn, was used as an alarm of war. Its sound filled those who heard it with fear because they knew it signified that the horror of war was imminent! It is this warning of an imminent crisis that sets apart the Feast of Trumpets from [Elohiym] other [Kodesh] Days. It is this warning of war that gives the joyous Feast of Trumpets its contrasting note of solemnity (seriousness)."
Sense YaHVeH's Ekklesia/Congregation/Moed is a Ruach Body (Eph. 4:4; 5:23) being formed into a heykal (1 Cor. 3:16-17; Eph. 2:20) made without the hand of man and we are not the physical nation of Yisrael; the three things I believe Zikron Teruah/Memorial of Making Noise is to remind us most about now is:
1) The assembling of HIS (called out ones/Body of Yahvshua)
people to hear the Law/Torah.
2) A day of Battle.
3) Our literal new birth or being born again.
This is why I believe this: Let's look in the New Covenant/Messianic
Scriptures. The Scripture that comes to my mind first is Revelation
Remember Yahn/Yohn/Yahvchanan sees this when the 7th Shophar is blown:
Revelation: 11:15: And the seventh malak sounded; and there were great voices in Shamayim, saying, the kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our EL, and of HIS Mashiyach; and HE shall reign for ever and ever.
Revelation: 11:19: And the Heykal of YaHVeH was opened in Shamayim, and there was seen in HIS Heykal the Ark of HIS Covenant: and there were lightning’s, and voices, and thundering, and an earthquake, and great hail.
If you will notice in verse 19 it says "…and voices…" this is what Yahvchanan heard. I believe these voices to be the same sound or noise that the children of Yisrael heard before the ruach Law/Torah was given. These voices Yahvchanan heard were a sound of a Shophar or Shophariym. If we look up the word in E- Sword Strong’s Greek Concordance the words is:
Probably akin to G5316 through the idea of disclosure; a tone (articulate, bestial or artificial); by implication an address (for any purpose), saying or language: - noise, sound, voice.
It could be a noise, sound, and voice. Now compare Revelation
11:19 with Exodus 20:18:
Shemoth: 20:18: And all the people saw the thundering, and the lightning’s, and the noise of the shophar, and the mountain smoking: and when the people saw it, they removed, and stood afar off.
Notice in verse 19 of Revelation chapter 11 that "…the Ark of HIS Covenant…" was seen. What was placed in the Ark?
1 Melekiym/Kings: 8:9: There was nothing in the Ark accept the two tables of stone, which Mosheh put there at Horeb/Choreb, when YaHVeH made a covenant with the children of Yisrael, when they came out of the land of Egypt/Mitsrayim.
Also notice the thundering and the lightning’s mentioned in Revelation 11:19 and Shemoth: 20:18. Zikron Teruah is to remind us of that great and terrible Day of YaHVeH, when HE stretches out HIS Right Hand to punish those who refuse to hear and obey HIS Law/Torah. Who is YaHVeH's Right Hand (T'hiyliym/Psalms 80:17)?
When melek David recovered the Ark from the Philistines/Pelishtiym the children of Yisrael blew the shophar:
2 Shemuel/Samuel: 6:15: So David and all the house of Yisrael brought up the Ark of YaHVeH with shouting/Teruah, and with the sound of the shophar.
Remember I am referring to these verses of scriptures to remind you when the 7th malak sounds, the 7th Shophar will be blown; it is to remind us of YaHVeH's Ruach Law/Torah and the establishments of that Torah here on earth by Yahvshua our Redeemer. Mount Sinai was a representation of the day of Yahvshua's return.
Now turn to Revelation 10:
Revelation/Raz Galah/Secrets Revealed: 10:7: but in the days of the voice of the Seventh Malak, when He shall begin to sound, the mystery of YaHVeH should be finished, as HE has declared to HIS servant’s the Nebiyiym.
Turn again to Revelation 11:15:
Revelation: 11:14: The second woe is past; and observe, the third woe comes quickly.
Revelation: 11:15: And the Seventh Malak sounded; and there were great voices in Shamayim, saying, the kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our EL, and of HIS Mashiyach; and HE shall reign for ever and ever.
T'hiyliym/Psalms: 47:5: Elohiym is gone up with a shout/Teruah, YaHVeH with the sound of a shophar.
Yesha'Yah/Isaiah: 18:3: All you inhabitants of the world, and dwellers on the earth, see you, when HE lifts up an ensign on the mountains; and when HE blows a shophar, hear you.
Yesha'Yah/Isa.: 27:13: And it shall come to pass in that day, that the Great Shophar shall be blown, and they shall come which were ready to perish in the land of Assyria/Ashshur/Iraq, and the outcasts in the land of Egypt/Mitsrayim, and shall worship YaHVeH in the kodesh mount at Yahvshalam.
Zecharyah/Zechariah: 9:14: And YaHVeH shall be seen over them, and HIS arrow shall go forth as the lightning: and Rabbi YaHViH shall blow the Shophar, and shall go with whirlwinds of the south.
As you can see from these verses the blowing of the Shophar is closely related to YaHVeH's vengeance on those who refuse to obey HIS Ruach Law/Torah that was placed INSIDE the ark (1 Melekiym/Kings 8:9).
This would be an appropriate time to read the commandments in Shemoth chapter 20. You can read them from your own Scriptures (Shemoth: 20:1-18). I know some will not agree and it will continue to be debated but this is how I understand the commandments to be counted. YaHVeH divides the commandments into 5 and 5, not 4 and 6. The reason HE does this is so we can count the first five commandments on our right hand. Those commandments deal with how we show love and devotion our Elohiym, The first commandment begins in verse 2 of Shemoth 20, and the 5th commandment begins in verse 8. Many people ask: "How do you get a commandment out of verse 2”? :
Shemoth/Exodus: 20:2: I am YaHVeH your Elohiym, which
have brought you out of the land
of Mitsrayim, out of the
house of bondage.
This commandment is a commandment to remember the name of our Elohiym and that HE is the one who has delivered us from sin (Egypt). Egypt/Mitsrayim is a representation of sin (Galatians 3:24). There are other scriptures that are significant to this commandment, but that will have to be for another study. For now here is one, turn to:
T'hiyliym/Psalms: 9:10: And they that know YOUR name will put their trust in YOU: for YOU, YaHVeH, have not forsaken them that seek YOU.
The second half of the commandments, the 6th commandment
begins in Shemoth: 20:12. The 10th commandment counts verse 16 and 17 as
one. This commandment is a continued explanation of how to love your neighbor.
Remember the Scriptures came with no chapters and verses in them, they were
We have already seen from scriptures that the Zikron Teruah is to make us ready to hear the Law/Torah and that it will be the time that YaHVeH through HIS Ben Yahvshua will do battle with the nations. Read article 43:
Now this is the most wonderful part about the Zikron Teruah; it will be the time when we are changed from corruptible to incorruptible! This will be the time we are made perfect when we will be born again. Here is what Yahvshua said when He said He was going to be made perfect. Some Pharisee's came to Yahvshua and told Him to run and hide or Herod would kill Him, this is what Yahvshua said to them. Herod II is referred to as the "fox":
Luke: 13:32: And He said to them, Go you, and tell that fox, Observe, I cast out devils, and I do cures today and tomorrow, and the third day I shall be perfected.
Don't misunderstand Yahvshua was perfect in every way to be a offering for our sins. But total perfection does not come until we put off this corruption. The flesh is nothing really to celebrate. Yahvshua was speaking of His resurrection and receiving His incorruptible body and being hadar/magnified with the FATHER.
The time for our perfection will be at the sound of the 7th Shophar. Turn to 1 Corinthians 15. You should read this entire chapter:
1Corinthians: 15:51: Observe, I show you a mystery; We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed,
1Co: 15:52: In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump/shophar: for the Shophar shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.
1Co: 15:53: For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality.
1Co: 15:54: So when this corruptible shall have put on incorruption, and this mortal shall have put on immortality, and then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written, Death is swallowed up in defeat.
1Co: 15:55: O death, where is your sting? O grave, where is your triumph?
1Co: 15:56: The sting of death is sin; and the strength of sin is the Law/Torah.
1Co: 15:57: But thanks be to YaHVeH, which gives us the conquest through our Rabbi Yahvshua ha`Mashiyach.
1Co: 15:58: Therefore, my beloved brethren, be you steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Rabbi, forasmuch as you know that your labor is not in vain in the Rabbi.
Shaul also wrote:
1Thessalonians: 4:13: But I would not have you to be
ignorant, brethren, concerning them which are asleep, that you sorrow not, even
as others which have no elpis G1680/
1Th: 4:14: For if we believe that Yahvshua died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Yahvshua will YaHVeH bring with Him.
1Th: 4:15: For this we say to you by the word of the Rabbi, that we which are alive and remain until the coming of the Rabbi shall not prevent them which are asleep.
1Th: 4:16: For the Rabbi Himself shall descend from shameh with a shout, with the voice of the arch-malak, and with the Shophar of YaHVeH: and the dead in ha`Mashiyach shall rise first:
1Th: 4:17: Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Rabbi in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Rabbi.
1Th: 4:18: Now comfort one another with these words.
This is what Yahshua said about His return:
Mattith'Yah/Matthew: 24:30: And then shall appear the sign of the Ben of Adam in shameh: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Ben of Adam coming in the clouds of shameh with power and great doxa G1391/kabod H3519/splendor.
M't: 24:31: And He shall send His malakiym with a great sound of a Shophar, and they shall gather together His elect from the four winds, from one end of shameh to the other.
Next time you hear a trumpet or even a car horn, let it remind you of that great and wonderful day for those who believe; a horrible and terrible day for those who don't believe; of the return of our Redeemer and the time we receive our new bodies.
Here is a T'hiyliym to remember and sing in your heart:
T'hiyliym/Psalms: 47:1: O clap your hands, all you
people; shout to Elohiym with the voice of triumph/renal.
T'hiyliym:47:2: For YaHVeH most high is terrible; HE is a great Melek over all the earth.
T'hiyliym: 47:3: HE shall subdue the people under us, and the nations under our feet.
T'hiyliym: 47:4: HE shall choose our inheritance for us, the Excellency of Ya'akob whom HE loved. Selah.
T'hiyliym: 47:5: Elohiym is gone up with a shout, YaHVeH with the sound of a Shophar.
T'hiyliym: 47:6: Sing praises to Elohiym, sing praises: sing praises to our Melek, sing praises.
T'hiyliym: 47:7: For Elohiym is the Melek of all the earth: sing you praises with understanding.
T'hiyliym: 47:8: Elohiym reigns over the nations: Elohiym sits on the throne of HIS kodeshness.
T'hiyliym: 47:9: The princes of the people are gathered together, even the people of the Elohiym of Abraham: for the shields of the earth belong to Elohiym: HE is greatly exalted.