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Not Unto Us

Not unto us shall be the praise

Tune: [Not unto us shall be the praise]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Not unto us shall be the praise;
Keep us, dear Lord, in all our ways;
Savior, uphold us, else we fall,
Dwell Thou within us, all in all!

Refrain:
Not unto us the praise shall be,
Glory and honor, Lord, to Thee!
Glory and praise, we humbly sing,
Blessing and might to Christ, our King.

2 Not unto us shall be the praise;
Savior, make fruitful all our days;
Fill with Thy Spirit hour by hour,
Spreading abroad Thy saving power. [Refrain]

3 Not unto us shall be the praise;
When in the gloom bright songs we raise;
Thou art the Light, that, shining clear,
Breaks thro’ the clouds of grief and fear. [Refrain]

4 Not unto us shall be the praise;
When on Thy beauty, Lord, we gaze;
Swelling the rapture ‘round the throne,
Glory and honor Thine alone. [Refrain]

Source: Gospel Herald in Song #187

Text Information

First Line: Not unto us shall be the praise
Title: Not Unto Us
Refrain First Line: Not unto us the praise shall be

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Gospel Herald in Song #187

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