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Psalms 149, 150

Representative Text

1 Bring to the Lord a glad new song,
children of grace extol your king:
your love and praise to God belong-
to instruments of music, sing!
Let those be warned who spurn God's name,
let rulers all obey God's word:
for justice shall bring tyrants shame-
let every creature praise the Lord!

2 Sing praise within these hallowed walls,
worship beneath the dome of heaven;
by cymbals' sound and trumpets' calls
let praises fit for God be given:
with strings and brass and wind rejoice then,
join our song in full accord
all living things with breath and voice;
let every creature praise the Lord!

Author: Michael Arnold Perry

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Text Information

First Line: Bring to the Lord a glad new song
Title: Psalms 149, 150
Author: Michael Arnold Perry
Meter: 88 88 D (DLM)
Publication Date: 2005
Copyright: © Mrs. B. Perry / Jubilate Hymns (Admin. Hope Publishing Co.)



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Ancient and Modern #360

Church Family Worship #54

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Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #106

Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) #336

Sing Glory #78

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