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Glory and praise and honor

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1 Glory and praise and honor
To Thee, Redeemer, King,
To whom the lips of children
Made sweet hosannas ring.

Chorus:
Glory and praise and honor,
To Thee, Redeemer, King,
To whom the lips of children
Made sweet hosannas ring.

2 The people of the Hebrews
With palms before Thee went;
Our praise and pray'r and anthems
Before Thee we present. [Chorus]

3 Thou wentest to Thy passion
Amid their shouts of praise:
Thou reignest now in glory,
While we our anthems raise. [Chorus]

4 Thou didst accept their praises;
Accept the pray'rs we bring,
Who in all good delightest,
Thou good and gracious King. [Chorus]

Source: Concordia: a collection of hymns and spiritual songs #207

Author: Theodulf, Bishop of Orléans

Theodulph of Orleans appears to have been a native of Italy. He was brought to France by Charles the Great, perhaps when Charles returned from Italy in 781. He became Bishop of Orleans about 785, and soon afterwards also Abbot of Fleury. After the death of Charles he continued for some time on friendly terms with the Emperor Louis, but, falling under suspicion of being concerned in the plot in favour of Bernard of Italy, was imprisoned in 818, at Angers, where he seems to have died in 821, apparently on Sep. 18. There is a full and interesting sketch of his life and works in the Dictionary of Chr. Biog., iii., pp. 983-989. See also Potthast's Biblical History, Medii Aevi, 1896, vol. ii., p. 1058. The best and most recent edition of his Carm… Go to person page >

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First Line: Glory and praise and honor
Author: Theodulf, Bishop of Orléans

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