296. All Things Praise Thee

1. All things praise Thee, Lord most high,
Heav’n and earth and sea and sky,
All were for Thy glory made,
That Thy greatness thus displayed
Should all worship bring to Thee;
All things praise Thee—Lord, may we!

2. All things praise Thee—night to night
Sings in silent hymns of light;
All things praise Thee—day to day
Chants Thy power in burning ray;
Time and space are praising Thee,
All things praise Thee—Lord, may we!

3. All things praise Thee—high and low,
Rain and dew and sparkling snow,
Crimson sunset, fleecy cloud,
Rippling stream, and tempest loud;
Summer, winter, all to Thee
Glory render—Lord, may we!

4. All things praise Thee—Heav’n’s high shrine
Rings with melody divine;
Lowly bending at Thy feet,
Seraph and archangel meet;
This their highest bliss, to be
Ever praising—Lord, may we!

5. All things praise Thee—gracious Lord,
Great Creator, powerful Word,
Omnipresent Spirit, now
At Thy feet we humbly bow;
Lift our hearts in praise to Thee;
All things praise Thee—Lord, may we!

Text Information
First Line: All things praise Thee, Lord most high
Title: All Things Praise Thee
Author: George W. Conder (1874)
Meter: 77.77.77
Language: English
Source: Appendix to the Leeds Hymn Book, 1874
Copyright: Public Domain
Notes: Alternate tunes: HARPER, composer unknown, in The Church School Hymnal for Youth (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The Westminster Press, 1936); TE LAUDANT OMNIA, James F. Swift (1847-1931); WAITH, William S. Waith, 1895
Tune Information
Name: HEATHLANDS
Composer: Henry Thomas Smart (1866)
Meter: 77.77.77
Incipit: 51756 65423 45432
Key: E♭ Major
Source: Psalms and Hymns for Divine Worship, 1866
Copyright: Public Domain



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