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306b. How wondrous and great Thy Works, God of praise!

1 How wondrous and great Thy Works, God of praise!
How just, King of saints, and true are Thy ways!
O who shall not fear Thee, and honor Thy Name?
Thou only art holy, Thou only supreme!

2 To nations long dark Thy light shall be shown:
Their worship and vows shall come to Thy throne.
Thy truth and Thy judgments shall spread all abroad,
Till earth's every people confess Thee their God.

Text Information
First Line: How wondrous and great Thy Works, God of praise!
Author: Henry Ustic Onderdonk (1826)
Meter: 10, 11.
Publication Date: 1868
Scripture:
Topic: The Church: The Future
Tune Information
Name: RIPON
Meter: 10, 11.
Key: F Major
Notes: Composer from index; John Church, 1698



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