Avocado is one of the most popular fruits. It offers an instant upgrade to almost any dish, including burgers, salads and smoothies—it's no wonder people have been adding slices to all of their meals. Avocados get a bad reputation for being high in fat, but experts agree that it is the healthy kind of fat (from monounsaturated fatty acids). The creamy fruit feels indulgent, and yet is rich in vitamins and powerful antioxidants, so the avocado hype isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
While many people debate the health effects of specific types of fat, I think that’s a bit like debating whether a trumpet is a good instrument. Taken by itself, it’s arguable. But when it’s in a talented band, playing excellent music, the equation can change considerably.
The same can be said for words. What is the benefit of saying HalleluYAH? In Psalms 112:1 HalleluYAH! Happy is the person who fears Yahuah taking great delight in His commands. How awesome is this verse? Halleluyah, also spelled alleluia, the Hebrew liturgical expression meaning “praise ye Yah” (“praise the Lord”).
I often think of it like this. If I said Hey girl, its not specific nor would you know who I’m speaking to or about. BUT if I said Hey Yah, you know who I’m speaking to! There is power in His name and there is power in knowing the benefits of our fruits and words.
We hope you enjoy eating many more avocados and praising His name! Check out this cool and fun video Austin and Josiah made on Avocados & understanding the word HalleluYAH!