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Jubilate Deo

In God the Lord be glad and light

Author: John Hopkins
Published in 2 hymnals

Full Text

1 In God the Lord be glad and light,
praise him throughout the earth;
Serve him, and come before his sight
with singing and with mirth.

2 Know that the Lord our God he is,
he did us make and keep,
Not we ourselves, for we are his
own flock and pasture sheep.

3 O go into his gates always,
give thanks within the same;
Within his courts set forth his praise,
and laud his holy Name.

4 For why? the goodness of the Lord
for evermore doth reign,
From age to age throughout the world
his truth doth still remain.

Source: The whole book of Psalms: collected into English metre #Cb

Author: John Hopkins

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Text Information

First Line: In God the Lord be glad and light
Title: Jubilate Deo
Author: John Hopkins
Language: English

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