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Exalted Praise

Exalted praises, let us sing

Author: Mrs. W. A. Pickell
Tune: [Exalted praises, let us sing]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Exalted praises, let us sing,
Exalted praises, to our King;
Exalted praises, raise in songs of love,
Exalted praises, soar above.

Refrain:
Praise we our God who loves us,
Sing praises, sing praises!
Praise we our God who saves us,
Exalted praises.
Praise we our God who keep us,
Sing praises, sing praises!
Join all ye earth in the chorus,
Exalted praises.

2 Praise God the Father, God the Son,
Blest Holy Spirit, Three in One;
With hearts and voices raise as incense sweet
Exalted praises, God to greet. [Refrain]

3 Angelic choirs take up the strain!
Earth’s mighty anthem sound again!
Exalted praises, waft them to the sky,
Exalted praises, ne’er to die. [Refrain]

4 O earth, your myriad notes awake,
High heav’n, your golden glories break;
And saints in glory, now your homage bring,
Exalted praises, to the King. [Refrain]

Source: Exalted Praise: a twentieth century collection of sacred hymns for the church, Sunday school, and devotional meetings #1

Author: Mrs. W. A. Pickell

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Text Information

First Line: Exalted praises, let us sing
Title: Exalted Praise
Author: Mrs. W. A. Pickell
Refrain First Line: Praise we our God

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