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O Praise Him

Representative Text

1 In Heav’n are many mansions fair,
No sin, no grief, no sorrow there;
In Heav’n God’s weary ones find rest,
His children are forever blest.

O praise Him with your voice and sing,
Till earth and Heav’n with anthems ring;
Rejoice! rejoice! blest be the Word,
Ye shall be ever with the Lord.

2 In Heav’n the holy angels dwell,
And loud their joyful anthems swell;
In Heav’n God’s saints their voices raise,
And join with angels in His praise. [Refrain]

3 On earth, in Heav’n, the ransomed sing
The glory of their Savior, King;
Their song on earth redeeming love,
And that their song in Heav’n above. [Refrain]

4 Then comfort ye your hearts, nor fear,
For Heav’n to earth is very near;
And there the saints who love His Word
Shall be forever with their Lord. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #11362

Author: C. A. J. Marsh

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Text Information

First Line: In heaven are many mansions fair
Title: O Praise Him
Author: C. A. J. Marsh
Language: English
Refrain First Line: O praise Him
Copyright: Public Domain


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