If you are asking how to say "Psalm 111" in Hebrew, its "Tehillim 111" or ×ª×”×™×œ×™× ×§×™×
If you are asking for the entire original Hebrew text of Psalm 111, it's:
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(If you are asking about the numerology of 111 in Hebrew, it actually spells out the word "vomit" --> ×§×™×)
Not in so many words, but certainly the idea can be found in several scriptures. The Hebrew word "Halleluyah"(Lat:Alleluia) literally means: 'Praise Yah(Jah)' (a shortened form of God's name: YHWH(Jehovah)- Hallelu Yah) often translated as "Praise the LORD'. Many scriptures describe the 'goodness of the LORD' and finish with this exclamation. (Psalm 106:1)(Psalm 104:1-35)(Psalms 111:10-112:1)(Psalm 135:1-3)(Psalm 146:1, 2) (Psalms 146:10-147:1)(Psalm 148:1-14)(Psalm 149:1) (Psalm 150:1-6) and again in (Revelation 19:1-6)
Remember, remembered, remembers, and remembrance are found in these verses:Genesis 9:13Exodus 2:24Exodus 3:15Exodus 20:8Exodus 33:13Deuteronomy 5:15I Chronicles 16:12Job 36:24Psalm 25:6Psalm 63:6Psalm 74:2Psalm 77:11Psalm 98:3Psalm 103:14Psalm 106:45Psalm 111:4-5Psalm 136:23Ecclesiastes 12:1Isaiah 43:25Isaiah 46:8Isaiah 65:17Jeremiah 31:34Habakkuk 3:2Ezekiel 18:22Ezekiel 33:13Luke 1:72Luke 22:19Galatians 2:10Philippians 1:3I Corinthians 11:24-25II Timothy 2:8Hebrews 8:12
HalleljahThe term is used 24 times in the Hebrew Bible (mainly in the book of Psalms, e.g. 111--117, 145--150, where it starts and concludes a number of Psalms) and four times in Greek transliteration in the Christian Book of Revelation.In the Hebrew Bible hallelujah is actually a two-word phrase, not one word. The first part, hallelu, is the second-person imperative masculine plural form of the Hebrew verb hallal. However, "hallelujah" means more than simply "praise Yah", as the word hallel in Hebrew means a joyous praise in song, to boast in God. It could also refer to someone who acts madly or foolishly.
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