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Mighty God, to thy dear name be given

Mighty God, to thy dear name be given

Author: Peter Dass
Published in 2 hymnals

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1 Mighty God, to thy dear Name be given
Highest praise o'er all the earth and heaven.
All sols distressed,
All men oppressed,
Their voices raising,
Unite in praising Thy glory.

2 God is God, though all the earth lay wasted;
God is God, though all men death had tasted.
While nations stumble,
In darkness fumble,
By stars surrounded,
Countless aboundeth God's harvest.

3 Highest hills and deepest vales shall vanish,
Earth and heaven both alike be banished.
As in the dawning
Of every morning
The sun appeareth,
So glorious neareth
God's kingdom.

Source: Service Book and Hymnal of the Lutheran Church in America #357

Author: Peter Dass

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First Line: Mighty God, to thy dear name be given
Author: Peter Dass



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