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Jehovah thee we praise

Jehovah thee we praise

Author: Wilson T. Hogue
Tune: LUTHER (Hastings)
Published in 3 hymnals

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1. Jehovah, Thee we praise,
The triune God adore;
To Father, Son and Spirit raise
Glad anthems evermore,
Glad anthems evermore.

2. Thou art exalted high,
Thrice holy is Thy throne;
With sinless seraphs would we vie
To make Thy glory known,
To make Thy glory known.

3. Thrice holy, Lord, they cry,
Before Thy throne above;
Thrice holy, we on earth reply,
Thou God of light and love,
Thou God of light and love.

4. Thou art the sovereign Lord
Of angels and of men;
We bow submissive to Thy Word,
Nor shall we bow in vain,
Nor shall we bow in vain.

5. Accept, O God of grace,
The offering which we bear
Before Thee, as to Heav’n we raise
Our voice in praise and prayer,
Our voice in praise and prayer.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #3458

Author: Wilson T. Hogue

Born: March 6, 1852, Lyndon, New York. Died: February 13, 1920, Springfield, Illinois. Buried: In the family plot at Franklinville, New York. Hogue was a bishop of the Free Methodist Church, and first president of Greenville College, Illinois. His works include: History of the Free Methodist Church/ Hymns That Are Immortal The Holy Spirit Old Time Methodist Class Meeting The First Day Sabbath (Chicago, Illinois: Free Methodist Publishing House, 1901) --www.hymntime.com/tch/… Go to person page >

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Author: Wilson T. Hogue

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