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96. Sing praise to the Lord! praise him in the height

1 Sing praise to the Lord! praise him in the height;
rejoice in his word, you angels of light;
all heaven adore him by whom you were made,
and worship before him in brightness arrayed.

2 Sing praise to the Lord! praise him upon earth,
in tuneful accord, sing praise for new birth;
praise him who has brought you his grace from above,
praise him who has taught you to sing of his love.

3 Sing praise to the Lord, all things that give sound;
each jubilant chord re-echo around;
loud organs, his glory forth tell in deep tone,
and sweet harp, the story of what he has done.

4 Sing praise to the the Lord! thanksgiving and song
to him be outpoured all ages along:
for love in creation, for heaven restored,
for grace of salvation, sing praise to the Lord!

Text Information
First Line: Sing praise to the Lord! praise him in the height
Author: Henry Williams Baker, 1821-77
Language: English
Publication Date: 1999
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Adoration and Praise; Celebration of Faith; Heaven (6 more...)
Tune Information
Composer: Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, 1848-1918
Key: B♭ Major

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