356. Sing Praise to God, Whose Mighty Acts (Psalm 9)

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Text Information
First Line: Sing praise to God, whose mighty acts
Title: Sing Praise to God, Whose Mighty Acts (Psalm 9)
Author: Carl P. Daw Jr. (1996)
Publication Date: 2013
Meter: CMD
Scripture:
Topic: Christ's Return and Judgment; Hope; Jesus Christ: Advent (3 more...)
Language: English
Copyright: © 1996 Hope Publishing Company
Tune Information
Name: SALVATION
Harmonizer: Kenneth Munson (1964)
Meter: CMD
Key: d minor
Source: Kentucky Harmony, 1816
Notes: Guitar chords do not correspond with keyboard harmony.


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This paraphrase of Psalm 9 affirms the ultimate triumph of God’s justice, despite the atrocities and boasts of those who wield worldly power. Its resolute and confident tone is reinforced by a sturdy tune, among the most frequently reprinted ones in 19th-century shape note books.


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