Let every heart and tongue

Let every heart and tongue

Author: W. T. Moore
Published in 9 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Let every heart and tongue
Proclaim the Saviour's praise;
He is the source of all my joy,
His mercy crowns my days.

2 He knows my feeble frame,
Remembers I am dust;
And though He should my life destroy,
In Him I'll put my trust.

3 Each day He is my strength,
My hope, my life, my all;
And, while upon His arm I lean,
I surely can not fall.

4 Then to my blessed Lord
Let grateful songs arise,
While angels bear the notes above,
And sound them through the skies.

Source: The Praise Hymnary: a collection of sacred song #35

Author: W. T. Moore

Moore, William Thomas. (Henry County, Kentucky, August 27, 1832--September 7, 1926, Orland, Florida) Disciple. A "cosmopolitan," he gained denominational fame for his liberal attitude toward the validity of non-immersionist forms of baptism during his tenure at minister of an independent congregation in London. Member of the five-man committee that produced the 1865 Christian Hymn Book (also appointed to a similar committee chosen to make the 1882 Christian Hymnal, Revised, but, being in London, was unable to serve); both books include his "Let every heart and tongue," "Listen to the gospel, telling," "Love of God, all love excelling," "O that I had wings like a dove," and "Thy kingdom, gracious Lord." He was the author of Comprehensive His… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Let every heart and tongue
Author: W. T. Moore
Copyright: Public Domain



Instances (1 - 9 of 9)

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The Christian hymnal #101

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The Praise Hymnary #35

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