“Praise ye the LORD: for it is good to sing praises unto our God; for it is pleasant; and praise is comely.” Psalm 147:1 (KJV)
The Psalms are filled with praises to the LORD. He is worthy. “Praise ye the LORD” is expressed in Hebrew by the word “Hallelujah”. You know it. Go ahead and use it.
The Psalms of Scripture. The old hymns we sing in worship at our church services are great expressions of praise to Him.
Singing praises to the LORD [Jehovah] are delightful, and glorious to the heart, soul and mind. They are also glorifying to the Lord.
Spurgeon has written of this:
“Where duty and delight, benefit and beauty unite, we ought not to be backward. Let each reader feel that he and his family ought to constitute a choir for the daily celebration of the praises of the Lord.”
It is a wonderful thing for the family to worship God together at home, and in the place of joint worship with others.