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All My Soul, Bless Thou Jehovah

All my soul, bless thou Jehovah, All within me bless his name

Published in 15 hymnals

Representative Text

1 O my soul, bless thou Jehovah;
All within me, bless His name.
Bless Jehovah and forget not
All His mercies to proclaim.

2 He forgives all thy transgressions;
Heals thy sicknesses and pains;
He redeems thee from destruction,
And His love thy life sustains.

3 He with tender mercies crowns thee,
Satisfies thy full request,
So that, like the tireless eagle,
Thou with youth renewed art blessed.

4 Righteous is the Lord in judgment
Unto all that are oppressed;
To His people He has ever
Made His goodness manifest.

Source: The Children's Hymnbook #39

Text Information

First Line: All my soul, bless thou Jehovah, All within me bless his name
Title: All My Soul, Bless Thou Jehovah
Meter: D
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain


[O my soul, bless thou Jehovah] (Donizetti)


This tune is adapted from Barthélemon's piece Durandarte and Belerma: A Pathetic Scotch Ballad (1797). Some editors describe AUTUMN as "adapted from Psalm xlii in the Genevan Psalter, 1551", referring to the similarity between this tune and FREU DICH SEHR.

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STUTTGART was included in Psalmodia Sacra (1715), one of the most significant hymnals of the early sixteenth century [sic: eighteenth century]. Christian F. Witt (b. Altenburg, Germany, e. 1660; d. Altenburg, 1716) was an editor and compiler of that collection; about 100 (of the 774) tunes in that c…

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Instances (1 - 15 of 15)
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Hymnal Adapted to the Doctrines and Usages of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Revised Edition #588

Hymns New and Old, Revised #d8

Hymns of Faith and Life #d16

Melodies of Salvation #d7

Sabbath School Psalmodist #d1

Sunday School Joy Bells #d3

The Apostolic Christian Hymnal, a Collection of Translations of Hymns ... in the "Zions Harfe" #d6

The Assembly Hymnal #d3

The Book of Psalms Rendered in Metre and Set to Music #d4

The Book of Psalms Rendered in Metre and Set to Music #ad4


The Children's Hymnbook #39

The Psalter #d2

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The Psalter #280

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Victory Songs #73

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