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217. Oh, Sing with Exultation

1 Oh, sing with exultation,
Sing to the Lord, rejoice,
And in His congregation
Shout with triumphant voice.
For, lo, at God's right hand
Is Christ in glory seated;
With death and hell defeated,
As Victor He doth stand.

2 Since Christ, our Lord, is living,
We nevermore shall die;
To God the glory giving,
We rise to Him on high.
Tho' chastened we may be,
And to our graves be taken,
We unto life shall waken
And live eternally.

3 Christ is the sure Foundation
The builders did reject,
But He for our salvation
Is precious and elect
And made the Cornerstone
On which the Church is founded;
This marvel now is sounded,
The work of God alone.

4 To Thee, O Christ, be glory,
Who camest in His name!
Thy people sing the story
Thy praises to proclaim.
We thank Thee and adore,
O Christ, our Lord and Savior;
Thy grace and boundless favor
Stand fast forevermore.

Amen.

Text Information
First Line: Oh, sing with exultation
Title: Oh, Sing with Exultation
Danish Title: Om Salighed og Gläde
Author: Anders C. Arrebo (1623, cento)
Translator: Carl Döving (1907)
Meter: 7.6.7.6.6.7.7.6.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1941
Scripture:
Topic: The Church Year: Ascension
Tune Information
Name: AUS MEINES HERZENS GRUNDE
Meter: 7.6.7.6.6.7.7.6.
Key: F Major
Source: "Neu Catechismus-Gesangbüchlein," Hamburg, 1598



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