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Raise His Praise

Blessèd God, we bow in worship

Author: Franklin Hunter (2002)
Tune: [What though clouds are hovering o'er me]
Published in 1 hymnal

Printable scores: PDF, MusicXML
Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1. Blessèd God, we bow in worship
May this house be filled with praise,
As we turn our eyes on Jesus
Dwell upon His earthly days.
With His blood He paid the ransom,
Broke our fetters, set us free,
Blessed Saviour, Thy salvation
Saves for all eternity.

2. Voices then we all lift heavenward
To the Lord of all Supreme
And like one of old in Scripture
In the temple in a dream.
Cherubim are there before Him,
Seraphim surround and sing,
O this wonder of all wonders
Jesus now is Lord and King.

3. Spread the word to all who love Him,
Raise an anthem to His name.
Jesus Christ the only Saviour
Yester-day, today the same.
Ground of peace and of salvation
O what grace and joy abound,
Grandest theme throughout the ages,
Praise the Lord, redemption ground.

4. Sing His praise and like a clarion,
Loud and long retain the sound.
For ‘tis through His great salvation,
That we are no longer bound.
Sin no more can have dominion,
In His death He set us free;
Shout this message to the nations,
Jesus Christ brings liberty.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #5797

Author: Franklin Hunter

Hunter was con­vert­ed at age 16, in a Chris­tian En­dea­vour meet­ing at the Don­e­gall Road Meth­od­ist Church, Bel­fast, March 24, 1953. Most of his Chris­tian life has been spent in Pen­te­cost­al cir­cles, but since mov­ing to Down­pat­rick five years ago he has wor­shipped at a small Bap­tist church, where he min­is­ters reg­u­lar­ly. Cyber Hymnal Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Blessèd God, we bow in worship
Title: Raise His Praise
Author: Franklin Hunter (2002)
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

Media

The Cyber Hymnal #5797
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  • Noteworthy Composer score (NWC)
  • XML score (XML)



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