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Text:The God of Abraham Praise
Author:Moses Maimonides
Translator (Stanzas 1, 3):Thomas Olivers
Translator (stanzas 2, 4):Max Landsberg
Translator (stanzas 2, 4):Newton M. Mann
Translator (stanzas 2, 4):William C. Gannett
Versifier:Daniel ben Judah Dayan
Tune:LEONI
Adapter:Meyer Lyon
Adapter:Thomas Olivers
Media:Audio recording

49. The God of Abraham Praise

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1 The God of Abraham praise,
who reigns enthroned above,
the Ancient of Eternal Days,
the God of love!
The Lord, the great I AM,
by earth and heaven confessed,
we bow before your holy name,
forever blest.

2 Your spirit still flows free,
high surging where it will.
In prophet's word you spoke of old
and you speak still.
Established is your law,
and changeless it shall stand,
deep writ upon the human heart
by your strong hand.

3 Your goodly land we seek,
with peace and plenty blest,
a land of sacred liberty
and Sabbath rest.
There milk and honey flow,
and oil and wine abound,
and trees of life forever grow
with mercy crowned.

4 You have eternal life
implanted in the soul;
your love shall be our strength and stay,
while ages roll.
We praise you, living God!
We praise your holy name:
the first, the last, beyond all thought,
and still the same!

Text Information
First Line: The God of Abraham praise
Title: The God of Abraham Praise
Author: Moses Maimonides (12th cent.)
Versifier: Daniel ben Judah Dayan (1404)
Translator (Stanzas 1, 3): Thomas Olivers (c. 1770, alt.)
Translator (stanzas 2, 4): Max Landsberg (1884, 1910, alt.)
Translator (stanzas 2, 4): Newton M. Mann (1884, 1910, alt.)
Translator (stanzas 2, 4): William C. Gannett (1884, 1910, alt.)
Meter: 6.6.8.4.D
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
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Topic: God's Covenant with Israel; Kingdom Of God; Praise (1 more...)
Tune Information
Name: LEONI
Adapter: Meyer Lyon (1770)
Adapter: Thomas Olivers (1770)
Meter: 6.6.8.4.D
Key: f minor
Source: Jewish melody, 17th cent.


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Shaped by its traditional Jewish tune, this selection of English stanzas conveys the essence of the Yigdal, a canticle based on a medieval Hebrew statement of faith about the nature of God and often used in synagogue worship, alternately chanted by cantor and congregation.


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