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716. Let All on Earth Their Voices Raise

1 Let all on earth their voices raise,
Resounding heaven's joyful praise
To God who gave the Apostles grace
To run on earth their glorious race.

2 Lord, at whose word they bore the light
Of gospel truth to darkest night,
To us that heavenly light impart,
Make glad our eyes and cheer our heart.

3 Lord, at whose will to them was giv'n
To bind and loose in earth and heaven,
Our chains unbind, our sins undo,
And in our hearts your grace renew.

4 Lord, in whose might they spoke the word
Which cured disease and health restored,
To us its healing pow'r prolong,
Support the weak, confirm the strong.

5 And when the thrones are set on high,
And judgment's awesome hour draws nigh,
Then, Lord, with them pronounce us blest,
And take us to your endless rest.

Text Information
First Line: Let all on earth their voices raise
Title: Let All on Earth Their Voices Raise
Latin Title: Exultet orbis gaudiis
Author: Richard Mant, 1776-1848 (alt.)
Meter: LM
Language: English
Publication Date: 1986
Scripture: ; ;
Topic: Apostles; Beauty; Creation (11 more...)
Source: Latin, 10th C.
Tune Information
Name: TALLIS' CANON
Composer: Thomas Tallis, d. 1585
Meter: LM
Key: G Major



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