Sunday, April 8, 2018

Haleluya (Hallelujah) - Rwandan Christian Song

Revelation 7:9 - The Great Multitude
Revelation 7:9 - The Great Multitude


Recently I found a wonderful song called Haleluya, from a Rwandan group called the Heman Choir.

It is in their native language but I've added their words and an English translation below —

It seems they spell Hallelujah: Haleluya —But it means Praise the Lord in either spelling and in any language!

This song and video brings such joy to my heart — both because it is Praise and Worship to our Lord in Heaven - JESUS! But also because I love to see and hear people around the world joining in The Great Multitude of Christians praising God!!

Apparently I'm not alone - because the song/video has 3.3 MILLION views on YouTube!!


Update 7-3-18: Praise Jesus — a lot of people from MANY countries have viewed this post since it was shared here around 2 months ago!

I just went to YouTube to see what this video's current view count is there — and was ASTONISHED to discover it has now been viewed there almost 5.2 MILLION times!

That's nearly 2 million more views in just three months alone!!!

God is REALLY Blessing the efforts of the Rwandan Heman Choir!!

The comments under the video on YouTube are wonderful too because they come from people all around the world — sharing how much it has Blessed them — even when many admit they don't understand what is being sung — other than Haleluya (Praise the Lord)!


Hope you enjoy this awesome video/song as much as I do — and that it lifts your heart and spirit! : )

Translations found embedded in this video version of the song:

Haleluya - Lyrics (with English translation)

Haleluya - repeats
(Hallelujah: meaning Praise The Lord)

(2 times) Yesu yarangije intambara, Kuko yanesheje satani,
(Jesus has ended battles, as He has defeated Satan)

(2 times) Tunezerwe tumuingize, Koko yanesheje
(Jesus has triumphed, Let us rejoice and glorify Him,

Haleluya - repeats

Imbaragaz' urupfu zose, Ni we wazineshje zose,
(Jesus is the One who overcame all the powers of death)

(2 times) Tuyeze impundu wishimane, Tumutambrre kuko ni we byrose,
(Let us raise our voice in praise and rejoice together,
Let us dance for Jesus for He is everything)

Haleluya - repeats

Kuri wa munsi wa gatu, Nibwo yazuse afite icyubahiro,
(Jesus risen from the dead, With the Glory on that third day)

(2 times) None ubu yibaniya n' Imana, Uwiteka Haleluya
(Jesus is now seated with the eternal God - Hallelujah)


Haleluya - repeats

(2 times) Tumuhe n’ imitima yacu, Avitware Mwami Jesu
(Let us entrust Him in all our hearts, So that Jesus may lead us)

Haleluya - repeats


Thanks so much for stopping by!

May God Richly Bless you! 

Jesus is LORD!

Time is growing short!

Seek Him!


9 If you declare with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.

10 For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you profess your faith and are saved.

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