Hallelujah Quotes by Leonard Cohen, Chris Oyakhilome, Jane Addams, Edward Gibbon, Aaron Sorkin, Israel Houghton and many others.
It’s the notion that there is no perfection – that there is a broken world and we live with broken hearts and broken lives but still there is no alibi for anything. On the contrary, you have to stand up and say hallelujah under those circumstances.
Hallelujah” “Your faith was strong but you needed proof. You saw her bathing on the roof. Her beauty and the moonlight overthrew you. She tied you to a kitchen chair, she broke your throne, and she cut your hair. And from your lips she drew the Hallelujah.
When the Holy Spirit comes into your life, He will show you things to come; you will no longer be in the dark. You will no longer walk in confusion but live each day in the light. You will face the future with faith and confidence. He is the Spirit of reality, Hallelujah!
In a thousand voices singing the Hallelujah Chorus in Handel’s “Messiah,” it is possible to distinguish the leading voices, but the differences of training and cultivation between them and the voices in the chorus, are lost in the unity of purpose and in the fact that they are all human voices lifted by a high motive.
In old age the consolation of hope is reserved for the tenderness of parents, who commence a new life in their children, the faith of enthusiasts, who sing hallelujahs above the clouds; and the vanity of authors, who presume the immortality of their name and writings.
There’s an anointing the Spirit of God brings into your life; and that anointing gives you insight into the things of God. It opens the mind of God to you and unveils the riches of His glory to you. God said, “I will no longer hide my face from them,” because of the outpouring of His Spirit, Hallelujah!
When I write something, I want the best director to direct it. And that’s not going to be me. So when David Fincher comes along and wants to direct ‘The Social Network,’ when Bennett Miller comes along and wants to direct ‘Moneyball,’ or when Danny Boyle wants to direct ‘Jobs’? Hallelujah. I want them directing it.
You have risen with all power in Your hands. You have given me a second chance. Hallelujah, hallelujah, yeah, yeah, yeah. IвЂ™m not going back, IвЂ™m moving ahead. Here to declare to You my past is over in You. All things are made new, surrendered my life to Christ. IвЂ™m moving, moving forward.
The note of hallelujah must never be in short supply in the spirit of the believer.
Funds are low again, hallelujah! That means God trusts us and is willing to leave His reputation in our hands.
Being able to disappear and appear and go through walls and fly with the speed of thought isn’t going to make you half as happy as to see those you witnessed to, Hi there! Wow, didn’t I meet you on the streets? Didn’t I talk to you about Jesus? Wow! Here you are! Hallelujah! That’s going to be the biggest thrill of all!
It is a short walk from the hallelujah to the hoot.
Better pray for hell, not hallelujah.
I know ‘Hallelujah’ isn’t actually a Christmas song, but it has that cozy, haunting vibe that sounds like a winter’s night and belongs by a fire.
If your songs connect with the fans and they pump their fists in the air and go “Yeah!!” that’s when a song really works. That’s the electric church of it. The glory hallelujah of it.
… When I heard “Pride and Joy” by Stevie Ray Vaughn on the radio, I just said “Hallelujah” .. he was just so good and strong and he would not be denied… he single handedly brought guitar and blues oriented music back to the marketplace
Do not abandon yourselves to despair. We are the Easter people and hallelujah is our song.
I feel like shouting, hallelujah, all the time, when I think that I ever I knew Joseph Smith, the Prophet.
If Christ lives in us, we will rejoice in everything, and we will thank and praise the Lord. We will say, ‘Hallelujah! Praise the Lord’ forever.
He who obeys the command ‘Rejoice in the Lord’ has a Hallelujah in his soul every minute of the day and night.
Bearing sham and scoffing rude, in my place condemned He stood – Sealed my pardon with His blood: Hallelujah, what a Savior!
Up from the grave He arose, with a mighty triumph o’er his foes. He arose the victor from the dark domain and He lives forever with his saints to reign. He arose! He arose! Hallelujah..,Ch rist arose!
Ya’ll don’t hear what I’m preaching. I’m preaching so good I’m about to ‘Amen’ myself! Oh!…Oh God! I’m preaching good! Hallelujah!
It’s not a cry you can hear at night. It’s not somebody who has seen the light. It’s a cold and it’s a broken Hallelujah.
May I never loose the Wonder, Oh the Wonder of Your Mercy! May I sing Your Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Amen!
Hallelujah! Amen! Christianity is so inherent in western story-telling, you can’t really get around it. But it wasn’t something that drew me to it more or less.
When I was a kid my dad would say, “Emo, do you believe in the Lord?” I’d say, “Yes!” He’d say, “Then stand up and shout Hallelujah!” So I would … and I’d fall out of the roller coaster.
As soon as someone like me or David Lynch pops up everyone says hallelujah, how weird.
We may be unable to maintain even a semblance of order in our urban schools, which increasingly resemble happy hour in Beirut. But, hallelujah, we sure know how to protect kids from God.
The greatest adventure in life – knowing God – begins at the Cross of Christ and ends with a “Hallelujah!”
I told the truth, I didn’t come to fool you
Jesus was treated on the cross as if He lived our life, so by grace we could be treated as if we lived His life. Hallelujah what a Savior!
Maybe there’s a God above, As for me, all I’ve ever seemed to learn from love Is how to shoot at someone who outdrew you. Yeah but it’s not a complaint that you hear tonight, It’s not the laughter of someone who claims to have seen the light No it’s a cold and it’s a very lonely Hallelujah.
In the bonds of Death He lay Who for our offence was slain; But the Lord is risen to-day, Christ hath brought us life again, Wherefore let us all rejoice, Singing loud, with cheerful voice, Hallelujah!
There’s only a short walk from the hallelujah to the hoot.