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New Doxology

Come ev'ry soul beneath the sky

Author: D. W. Griffin (1910)
Tune: [Come ev'ry soul beneath the sky]
Published in 1 hymnal

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Representative Text

1. Come ev’ry soul beneath the sky,
And praise the Majesty on high,
With all the saints and heav’nly host,
Praise Father, Son and Holy Ghost.

2. With blazing worlds beyond the skies,
Beyond the reach of mortal eyes,
Sing praises to Almighty God,
For His all-wise creating Word.

3. Although it be with feeble breath,
Begin to praise Him now by faith.
And from a stream so faint and slow,
Will burst an ocean in its flow.

4. O praise the Lord for all He’s done,
For all His blessings, one by one,
And see His goodness, mountains high,
Fill all the earth and sea and sky.

5. With hearts and lips in holy flame,
O let us magnify His name,
Till all the earth restored again,
Shall praise our God in glad refrain.

Author: D. W. Griffin

Early 20th Century Lyrics-- Faith Is the Victory Glory, Glory, Glory God Is Faithful His Love Is So Precious to Me In Every Thing Give Thanks Jesus’ Blood Covers Me Latter Rain, The Like Christ in Every Thing New Doxology Power of Jesus’ Blood Settled Long Ago Tarry Victory Side by Faith, The Worship of the Spirit --www.hymntime.com/tch/  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Come ev'ry soul beneath the sky
Title: New Doxology
Author: D. W. Griffin (1910)
Source: Psalms, Hymns and Songs Spiritual, by Charles A. Squire, Sarah L. Squire & Seeley D. Kinne (St. Louis, Missouri: Squire & Kinne, 1910), number 1
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #4529
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