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18. Behold, the lofty sky

1 Behold, the lofty sky
Declares its Maker, God;
All all the starry worlds on high,
Proclaim his power abroad.

2 The darkness and the light
Still keep their course the same;
While night to day, and day to night,
Divinely teach his name.

3 In every different land,
Their general voice is known;
They show the wonders of his hand,
And orders of his throne.

4 While of thy works I sing,
Thy glory to proclaim,
Accept the praise, my God, my king,
In my Redeemer's name.

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First Line: Behold, the lofty sky
Author: Watts
Meter: S. M.
Publication Date: 1873
Scripture:
Topic: Being of God: Existence; God in his Works and Word
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