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Lobet laut, ihr Morgensterne

Lobet laut, ihr Morgensterne

Tune: CAERSALEM
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 Lobet laut, ihr Morgensterne,
denn der Friedefürst ist da!
Lobet, wie's von Hirt und Weisen
einst zu Bethlehem geschah!
Welch ein Kleinod, welch ein Kleinod,
welch ein Kleinod lag für uns im Kripplein dort!

2 Er, der Retter der Verlornen,
heilt die Sünder von dem Fall;
bringt Vergebung, Liebe, Gnade
hier den Schuldbeladnen all.
Ihm sei Ehre, Ihm sei Ehre,
Ihm sei Ehr, Ihm, dem Heiland aller Welt!

3 Singt das Lied von der Erlösung
laut und jubelnd weit hinaus.
die Posaune Seines Wortes
töne klar von Haus zu Haus!
Lobgesänge, Lobgesänge,
Lobgesänge schallen dann von Land zu Land!

Source: Glaubenslieder #440

Text Information

First Line: Lobet laut, ihr Morgensterne
Source: aus Wales
Language: German
Publication Date: 2001
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 2001.

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Glaubenslieder #440

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