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120. Praise Ye the Lord

1 Praise ye the Lord! Timbrel and harp employ;
Lift the voice, sing, rejoice,
Publish His greatness and glory;
His service shall be fraught with an endless joy;
Day and night be thy delight,
Telling the wonderful story.

Refrain:
Great and glorious!
He is King forevermore!
Over all He is victorious,
We His holy name adore!
Reign, reign over us,
Keep us ever, leave us never,
Till “Thine be the glory”
Shall be the glad story
From shore to shore!

2 Praise ye the Lord! Worthy of praise is He;
Sun and rain, joy and pain,
Unto the earth He is sending;
He holdeth the stars, governs the angry sea;
Mountain peak and desert bleak
Tell of His glory unending. [Refrain]

3 Praise ye the Lord! Herald His name abroad!
Vale and hill, rock and rill,
Join in the song with creation;
Jehovah is He—there is no other God!
Worlds unknown are His alone;
Give Him your heart’s adoration. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Praise ye the Lord! Timbrel and harp employ
Title: Praise Ye the Lord
Author: Jennie Ree
Refrain First Line: Great and glorious
Publication Date: 1933
Topic: Choir and Choruses; Praise



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