128. How shall I sing that majesty

1 How shall I sing that Majesty
which angels do admire?
Let dust in dust and silence lie;
sing, sing, ye heavenly choir.
Thousands of thousands stand around
thy throne, O God most high;
ten thousand times ten thousand sound
thy praise; but who am I?

2 Thy brightness unto them appears,
whilst I thy footsteps trace;
a sound of God comes to my ears;
but they behold thy face.
They sing because thou art their Sun:
Lord, send a beam on me;
for where heaven is but once begun,
there alleluias be.

3 How great a being Lord, is thine,
which doth all beings keep!
Thy knowledge is the only line
to sound so vast a deep.
Thou art a sea without a shore,
a sun without a sphere;
thy time is now and evermore,
thy place is everywhere.

Text Information
First Line: How shall I sing that majesty
Author: John Mason (1646-1694)
Publication Date: 2005
Meter: DCM
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Adoration: of God; God: in majesty; God: names and imags of
Tune Information
Composer: Kenneth Nicholson Naylor (1931-1991)
Meter: DCM
Key: E♭ Major
Copyright: © Oxford University Press

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