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Why is this Psalm called the hallel Psalm?



      

Psalms 118:24

NKJV - 24 This is the day the LORD has made; We will rejoice and be glad in it.

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Open uri20130622 23898 8dsex Kelli Hamann Supporter Pastor's Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Teacher, Writer, Cellist
The hallel psalms are a group of psalms (113-118) that are traditionally recited in Jewish ceremonies. They are recited verbatim altogether to offer praise and thanksgiving on joyous occasions, such as traditional Jewish holidays.

Often the authors of a psalm gave a particular title or certain instructions to a psalm so that future generations would recognize its particular purpose and the reason for its creation. In addition, certain psalms were penned for a specific occasion or for a particular use. 
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