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99. Ye lands, to the Lord make a jubilant noise

1 Ye lands, to the Lord make a jubilant noise;
Glory be to God!
Serve Him with glad song, in His presence now rejoice;
Sing praise unto God out of Zion!

2 Not we, but the Lord is our Maker, our God;
Glory be to God!
His people we are, and the sheep led by His rod;
Sing praise unto God out of Zion!

3 Oh, enter His gates with thanksgiving and praise;
Glory be to God!
To bless Him and thank Him, our voices we will raise;
Sing praise unto God out of Zion!

4 For good is the Lord, and His mercy is sure;
Glory be to God!
To all generations His truth shall still endure;
Sing praise unto God out of Zion!

Text Information
First Line: Ye lands, to the Lord make a jubilant noise
Original Language: German
Meter: 11, 5, 12, 9.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1898
Topic: Worship: Opening; God the Father: Shepherd; Christian Joy (1 more...)
Notes: Anon. Tr. Harriet R. Spaeth, 1898; Norwegian title: Al Verden nu raabe for Herren med Fryd
Tune Information
Name: SING UNTO THE LORD
Composer: Erik. K. Hoff, b. 1832
Meter: 11, 5, 12, 9.
Key: B♭ Major
Notes: Norwegian tune name: Guds Menighed, syng.



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