|Text:||O Come and to Jehovah Sing|
|Composer:||Isaac Baker Woodbury|
1. O Come and to Jehovah sing,
To Him our voices raise;
Let us in our most joyful songs
The Lord our Savior praise,
The Lord our Savior praise.
2. Before His presence let us come
With praise and thankful voice;
Let us sing psalms to Him with grace,
With grateful hearts rejoice,
With grateful hearts rejoice.
3. Jehovah is a mighty King,
Above all gods His throne;
The depths of earth are in His hand,
The mountains are His own,
The mountains are His own.
4. To Him the spacious sea belongs,
He made its waves and tides;
And by His hand the rising land
Was formed, and still abides,
Was formed, and still abides.
5. O come, and bowing down to Him
Our worship let us bring;
Yea, let us kneel before the Lord,
Our maker and our king,
Our maker and our king.
|First Line:||O Come and to Jehovah sing|
|Title:||O Come and to Jehovah Sing|
|Source:||From The Psalter (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: The United Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1912), number 256|
|Composer:||Isaac Baker Woodbury (1854)|
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|O COME AND TO JEHOVAH SING (Blue Psalter 185)|
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