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Let All Things Now Living

Author: Katherine Davis

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Text Information

First Line: Let all things now living, a song of thanksgiving
Title: Let All Things Now Living
Author: Katherine Davis (1939)
Meter: 6.6.11.6.6.11 D
Language: English
Copyright: © 1939, 1966, E. C. Schirmer Music Co.

Notes

Scripture References: all st. = Gen. 1, Job 26:7-14; 38 Katherine K Davis (PHH 57) wrote this text for the tune ASH GROVE in the 1920s. The text was first published as an anthem and descant setting in 1939 (by E. C. Schirmer) under the name John Cowley, one of her pseudonyms. (Davis wrote “The Little Drummer Boy,” 1941, as well as many other songs under this and other pseudonyms.) Employing Old Testament images, the text calls forth praise from all creatures and directs that praise to God the Creator. We praise God because he made us and provides for us (st. 1); we join our praise to that of the entire universe in a song of “hosanna and praise” (st. 2). Liturgical Use: For many worship services of praise and thanksgiving including, but by no means limited to, harvest thanksgiving; a doxology at the close of worship. --Psalter Hymnal Handbook, 1988

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 40 of 40)

Ambassador Hymnal #150

Baptist Hymnal 1991 #640

Baptist Hymnal 2008 #640

Catholic Book of Worship III #534

Celebrating Grace Hymnal #379

Chalice Hymnal #717

Christian Science Hymnal #520

Christian Worship #260

Common Praise (1998) #403

Evangelical Lutheran Worship #881

Gather (3rd ed.) #635

Gather Comprehensive #567

Gather Comprehensive, Second Edition #551

Text InfoAudio

Glory to God #37

Hymns for a Pilgrim People #34

Hymns for the Family of God #389

Hymns of Promise #22

Lead Me, Guide Me (2nd ed.) #486

Audio

Lift Up Your Hearts #5

Lutheran Book of Worship #557

Moravian Book of Worship #448

Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #538

Presbyterian Hymnal #554

Text InfoTune InfoScoreAudio

Psalter Hymnal (Gray) #453

Rejoice Hymns #63

Renew! Songs & Hymns for Blended Worship #48

Sampler #721

The Celebration Hymnal #794

The Covenant Hymnal #59

The Faith We Sing #2008

The Worshiping Church #53

Trinity Hymnal (Rev. ed.) #125

Trinity Psalter Hymnal #254

Voices United #242

We Celebrate with Song #d104

Worship (3rd ed.) #559

Worship (4th ed.) #636

Worship and Rejoice #22

Worship in Song #46

Worship Supplement 2000 #792

Exclude 3 pre-1979 instances
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