213. Sing with Humble Hearts Your Praises

1 Sing with humble hearts your praises
For our Savior’s boundless grace;
Pay due homage to Christ Jesus,
Come with thanks before His face.
Praise Him for His death and bleeding,
All our happiness lies there;
Praise Him for His gracious leading,
Praise your faithful Shepherd’s care.

2 Praise for every scene distressing,
Praise for all Thou didst endure,
Praise for every gift and blessing
Which Thy griefs for us procure;
In Thy ransomed congregation
Shall Thy death our theme remain,
Till Thou com’st with full salvation,
Lord of glory, Lamb once slain.

3 Thou, to purchase our salvation,
Didst assume humanity;
Jesus, for Thy bitter passion
May we ever thankful be;
Filled with awe and humbly bowing,
At Thy feet we prostrate fall,
Gratefully this truth avowing,
That Thou art our All in all.

Text Information
First Line: Sing with humble hearts your praises
Title: Sing with Humble Hearts Your Praises
Author (stanzas 2 & 3): Lewis Renatus West, 1753-1826 (1805)
Author (stanza 1): John Miller, 1756-1790 (1782)
Language: English
Publication Date: 1969
Topic: God the Son: Praise and Adoration of Christ
Tune Information
Name: DULCE CARMEN
Meter: 8.7.8.7. D. Trochaic
Key: A♭ Major
Source: J. P. Coghlan's "An Essay on the Church Plain Chant," 1782


Tune Information:

(167, C)


Media
MIDI file: MIDI
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