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Meaning ‘to pause’ or ‘to reflect’, the Hebrew word selah occurs 71 times in the book of Psalms and three more times in the poetic book of Habakkuk. A musical notation or expression, selah seemed to be understood by all who participated in the harmony—both musicians and those of the assembly who sang along.
Was this pause a request by the chief musician to ponder the chorus just sung? Perhaps it indicated a space for voices to pause while instruments played alone. Whatever the LORD’s reason for this interlude in songful worship, perhaps selah reminds us to take a moment away from the hustle of this temporary life to muse on the wonders of Jehovah GOD.
- Blest be the Tie (Psalter #60)
- Nearer, My God, to Thee
- Fellowship with God (Psalter #28)
- Gracious Guidance (Psalter #84)
- Abide with Me (Psalter #187)
- Like a River Glorious
- Hope and Trust (Psalter #120)
- Morning Has Broken
- Hallowed Memories (Psalter #212)
- Oh, for a Thousand Tongues to Sing (Psalter #312)
- God Leads us Along
- He Leadeth Me
- The Praise of the Redeemed (Psalter #297)
- Trust and Obey
- Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us
- What a Friend We Have in Jesus
- Praise Him, All Ye Little Children
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