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52. Let us sing to the God of salvation

1 Let us sing to the God of salvation,
let us sing to the Lord our rock!
Let us come to his house with thanksgiving,
let us come before the Lord and sing!

Praise our Maker,
praise our Saviour,
praise the Lord our everlasting King.
Every throne must bow before him,
God is Lord of everything!

2 In his hands are the earth's deep places
and the strength of the hills is his;
all the sea is the Lord's, for he made it,
by his hands the dry land was formed. [Refrain]

3 Let us worship the Lord our Maker,
let us kneel to the Lord our God;
for we all are the sheep of his pasture,
he will guide us by his powerful hand. [Refrain]

4 Let today be the time when you hear him!
May our hearts not be hard or cold,
lest we stray from the Lord in rebellion,
as his people did in time of old. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Let us sing to the God of salvation
Author: Richard Thomas Bewes, 1934-
Publication Date: 1999
Meter: 10 8.10 9 and refrain
Topic: Adoration and Praise; Celebration of Faith; Covenant (9 more...)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Praise our Maker
Copyright: Words by permission of Jubilate Hymns Ltd.
Tune Information
Arranger: Norman Leonard Warren, 1934-
Meter: 10 8.10 9 and refrain
Key: D Major
Source: Traditional melody
Copyright: Arr. by permission of Jubilate Hymns Ltd.

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