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96B. Sing to the LORD, Sing His Praise

1 Sing to the Lord, sing his praise, all you peoples;
new be your song as new honors you pay.
Sing of his majesty, praise him forever,
show his salvation from day to day.

2 Tell of his wondrous works, tell of his glory
till through the nations his name is revered.
Praise and exalt him, for he is almighty;
God over all, let the LORD be feared.

3 Vain are the idols and gods of the nations;
God made the heavens, and his glory they tell.
Splendor and majesty shine out before him;
glory and strength in his temple dwell.

4 Give unto God Most High glory and honor;
come with your offerings and humbly draw near.
Worship the Lord in all beauty and splendor;
tremble before him with godly fear.

5 Say to the nations, "The Lord reigns forever."
Earth is established as he did decree.
Righteous and just is the King of the nations,
judging the peoples with equity.

6 Let heaven and earth be glad; oceans, be joyful;
forest and field, exultation express.
For God is coming, the judge of the nations,
coming to judge in his righteousness.

Text Information
First Line: Sing to the LORD, sing his praise all ye peoples
Title: Sing to the LORD, Sing His Praise
Meter: 11.10.11.9
Publication Date: 2012
Scripture:
Topic: Church Year: Advent; Disciples / Calling; Earth (37 more...)
Source: Psalter, 1912, alt.
Tune Information
Name: WESLEY
Composer: Lowell Mason, 1792-1872 (1830)
Meter: 11.10.11.9



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