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I. A. 12. Because of who He is He is worthy to be praised

Part of the prophetic significance of the term ‘Jew’ is its meaning of ‘praise.’ (Gen 29:35, and IV.B.3. and III.B.5). Since ‘Jew’ is the general term for any representative of the nation of Israel and since part of Israel’s calling is to be a royal priesthood just as the Church is called to be (VII.B.1), Jews and Christians alike are called to be God-praisers. Priests are called to bring (spiritual) sacrifices of praise as part of their ministry. God is worthy to be praised. Israel is to become a praise in all the earth (Jer 33:9 and Zeph 3:20) and Jerusalem a praise among the nations (Isa 62:7). God seeks those who worship Him in ‘Spirit and in Truth’ (John 4:24). As the Spirit is the source of all of God’s ‘Spirit-breathed’ Scriptures (1) it would seem appropriate to worship HIM with the help and alongside of biblical patterns. Praying the Scriptures, especially the Psalms, has been the school of worship for generations. This section presents references to worship and praise as can be found by searching for descriptions of WHO HE is. Further reasons for biblical worship may be found with the help of search engines or hard-copy word concordances under words like ‘praise,’ ‘worship,’ ‘adore,’ and related terms or alternatively in thematic concordances as a supplement to the following compilation. (Those are not included in this thematic concordance.)
It is obvious that God's enemy still is trying everything to steal that worship from Him (see Matt 4:1-11) and to prevent it by every means available and will do so to the very end.
(1) Scripture given by inspiration of God, 2 Tim 3:16, Grk: graphe theopneustos, referring to OT – Tanach - and NT – B’rit Chadashah.
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Exod 15:2-3
Exod 15:3
Exod 17:14-16
Exod 34:6
Num 14:18
Num 23:19
Deut 1:30-31
Deut 4:24
Deut 4:31
Deut 4:35
Deut 4:7
Deut 6:4
Deut 6:14-15
Deut 6:15
Deut 7:21
Deut 9:3
Deut 10:17-18
Deut 20:1
Deut 20:4
Deut 30:19-20
Deut 31:17
Deut 33:27

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Josh 1:9
Josh 23:3
Josh 4:24
Jdg 6:24
1Sam 2:3-4
2Sam 22:2
2Sam 22:2-4
2Sam 22:31
2Sam 22:33-36
1Kgs 8:59-60
2Chron 12:6
2Chron 19:6-7
2Chron 20:6
2Chron 30:9
Ezra 8:22
Neh 8:10
Neh 9:5-6
Job 36:5
Job 36:26
Job 37:22

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Ps 7:11
Ps 9:7
Ps 10:16-18
Ps 11:4-7
Ps 14:6
Ps 18:2-3
Ps 18:3
Ps 23:1
Ps 27:1
Ps 28:7-9
Ps 33:12
Ps 43:8,16,18
Ps 46:1
XYZ
Ps 48:1-3
Ps 48:14
Ps 50:6
Ps 54:4-6
Ps 55:19
Ps 56:9
Ps 59:8-9
Ps 59:17
Ps 62:7-8
Ps 68:20

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Ps 73:1
Ps 73:26
Ps 74:12
Ps 75:5-7
Ps 84:11-12
Ps 89:7
Ps 92:15
Ps 93:1-2
Ps 94:21-22
Ps 99:9
Ps 100:5
Ps 111:1-3
Ps 113:3-6
Ps 113:4
Ps 115:2-3
Ps 116:5
Ps 116:5-7
Ps 118:6-9
Ps 118:14-16
Ps 118:27-29
Ps 118:27-28
Ps 135:3-5
Ps 135:10
Ps 138:4-6
Ps 144:15
Ps 145:8-18

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Prov 18:10
Ecc 5:2
Isa 6:3
Isa 8:10
Isa 12:1-6
Isa 12:2
Isa 26:4
Isa 30:18
Isa 33:5-6
Isa 42:13
Jer 3:23
Jer 20:11
Jer 33:11
Jer 51:56
Lam 3:22-24
Lam 3:24
Dan 2:47
Dan 9:14
Nahum 1:2-3
Nahum 1:7
Hab 3:19
Zech 8:23

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John 3:33
John 4:24
Matt 22:32
Matt 3:9
Luke 3:8
Acts 10:34-35
Rom 8:31
Rom 11:23
Rom 14:4
1Cor 1:9
1Cor 10:13
1Cor 14:33 a
2Cor 1:18
2Cor 9:8
Gal 3:20
Eph 2:4-5
2Thess 3:3
1Tim 4:10
Heb 12:29
1John 1:5
1John 3:20
1John 4:8
1John 4:16
Rev 1:8

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2Sam 7:22-26
2Sam 22:26-32
2Kgs 19:15-16
1Chron 29:10-13
Neh 9:5-7
Neh 9:17
Neh 9:31
Ps 2:7-9
Ps 8:3-9
Ps 22:2
Ps 40:16
Ps 63:1-4
Ps 68:32-35
Ps 76:4-12
Ps 77:13-14
Ps 86:12-15
Ps 89:16-18,26-29
Ps 90:1-2
Ps 93:1-5
Ps 97:9
Ps 102:24
Ps 104:1-5
Ps 118:28-29
Ps 119:57,68,114,151

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Isa 25:1
Isa 37:15-17
Isa 46:8
Jer 10:5-6
Jer 17:14-17
Hab 1:13
Mark 1:11
Acts 4:24
Heb 1:8-12
Heb 2:6-9
Rev 4:11
Rev 16:5-7
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