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670. From the Rising of the Sun (Psalm 113)

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From the rising of the sun
to the going down of the same,
the name of the Lord shall be praised.
From the rising of the sun
to the going down of the same,
the name of the Lord shall be praised.
So praise ye the Lord.
Praise ye the Lord.
From the rising of the sun
to the going down of the same,
the name of the Lord shall be praised.

Text Information
First Line: From the rising of the sun
Title: From the Rising of the Sun (Psalm 113)
Author: Anon.
Meter: Irregular
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ;
Topic: Celebrating Time; Evening; Morning (1 more...)
Tune Information
Name: RISING SUN
Composer: Anon.
Meter: Irregular
Key: G Major


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This paraphrase of Psalm 113:3 concisely represents the psalm beginning the group called the Egyptian Hallel (113–118) used at all major Jewish festivals. One of these may have been what Jesus and his disciples sang at the conclusion of the Last Supper (Matthew 26:30/Mark 14:26).


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