1 Hark, the song of jubilee
loud as mighty thunders roar,
or the fullness of the sea
when it breaks upon the shore;
Alleluia! for the Lord
God omnipotent shall reign!
Alleluia! let the word
sound from city, hill, and plain.
2 Alleluia! hark, the sound
from the depths unto the skies,
wakes above, beneath, around
all creation's harmonies;
see the Victor's banner furled;
sheathed his sword, he speak--"Tis done!"--
and the kingdoms of this world
are the kingdom of his Son.
3 He shall reign from pole to pole
with illimitable sway;
he shall reign when, like a scroll,
yonder heav'ns have passed away;
then the end: beneath his rod
his last enemy shall fall;
Alleuia! Christ in God,
God in Christ, is all in all.
|First Line:||Hark, the song of jubilee|
|Title:||Hark, the Song of Jubilee|
|Author:||James Montgomery (1818, alt.)|
|Name:||ST. GEORGE'S WINDSOR|
|Composer:||G. J. Elvey (1858)|
|COME, YE THANKFUL PEOPLE, COME||Three Hymns of Praise, Set 8||The Church Pianist's Library, Vol. 9||COME, YE THANKFUL PEOPLE, COME (Baptist Hymnal 2008 - 636)|
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