6154. Sing to the Lord, the Rock of Our Salvation

1. Sing to the Lord, the rock of our salvation!
Sing to the Lord a song of joy and praise!
Kneel in His presence, lowly in thanksgiving!
The lofty psalm upraise!

2. The land and sea are His, for He has made them,
The valleys of the earth, its rugged hills;
Corn-land and vineyards and the olive orchards,
All these His mercy fills.

3. And we, His people, sheep of His own pasture,
Lambs of His bosom, whom His hand has fed,
Shall we not hearken to our kindly shepherd
By whom our feet are led?

4. Oh, harden not your hearts, like those who wandered
The desert forty years to Jordan’s strand;
Humble and comforted, O chosen people,
Enter the promised land.

Text Information
First Line: Sing to the Lord, the rock of our salvation
Title: Sing to the Lord, the Rock of Our Salvation
Author: Theodore Maynard, 1890-1956
Language: English
Source: Paraphrase of Psalm 95
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Composer: George Whitefield Chadwick (1890)
Incipit: 55511 71232 13334
Key: A♭ Major
Copyright: Public Domain

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I SOUGHT THE LORD (United Methodist Hymnal 341)
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