|Text:||Let Children Hear the Mighty Deeds|
|Author (st. 1, 2, 3, 5):||Isaac Watts|
|Author (st. 4):||Bernhard Schumacher|
|Tune:||NUN DANKET ALL'|
1 Let children hear the mighty deeds
Which God performed of old,
Which in our younger years we saw,
And which our fathers told.
2 Make unto them His glories known,
His works of pow'r and grace;
And we'll convey His wonders down
Thro' ev'ry rising race.
3 Our lips shall tell them to our sons,
And they again to theirs
That generations yet unborn
May teach them to their heirs.
5 To learn that in our God alone
Their hope securely stands,
That they may ne'er forget His works,
But walk in His commands.
|First Line:||Let children hear the mighty deeds|
|Title:||Let Children Hear the Mighty Deeds|
|Author (st. 4):||Bernhard Schumacher (1938)|
|Author (st. 1, 2, 3, 5):||Isaac Watts (1719, alt.)|
|Topic:||The Christian Home: Christian Education|
|Notes:||St. 4 © 1938, Concordia Publishing House|
|LET CHILDREN HEAR THE MIGHTY DEEDS (Trinity Hymnal 364)|
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