"I agree with your opinion."
"I am happy."
YADAH which means "to worship with extended hands, to throw out the hands, to give thanks"
SHABACH which means "to shout, to address in a loud tone, to commend"
SHAWKAW which means "to press, to bow down, to prostrate"
LATREUO which means "to serve"
The man named Barach praised the Lord in the book of Judges.
When we praise the Lord, it should be with loud shouts and exuberant actions.
In the Hebrew way of thinking, words are not just words. When I say a blessing, or a curse, it's as if I were actively doing the thing I have said.
Go for broke when you BARUCH.
You pretty much have to spit in order to say most of those words correctly.
Wild abandonment is a whole different mood than most evangelicals are open to the experience.
Most evangelicals are in the New Testament era, and therefore experience a whole different set of emotions than the Hebrews would have experienced.
If you build it, they will come.
Lifting hands and praying
Offering sacrifices and giving
Cutting animals in half and walking between them
Bowing down or being prostrate
The lesser king lies prostrate before the greater king
The lesser king gives his robe to the greater king, who adds it to the train of his own robe
The lesser king pledges submission on behalf of all of his people
The lesser king kisses the feet of the greater king
The greater king lifts the head of the lesser king
The greater king pledges that all of the people will be his people, and he will protect and care for them
The lesser king and the greater king seal the covenant with a meal together