O Come and Sing Unto the Lord

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O come and sing unto the Lord

Tune: IRISH
Published in 9 hymnals

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1 O come and sing unto the Lord;
to God our voices raise;
let us in our most joyful songs
the Lord, our Savior, praise.

2 Before God's presence let us come
with praise and thankful voice;
let us sing psalms to God with grace;
with grateful hearts, rejoice.

3 The Lord our God is King of kings,
above all gods enthroned;
the depths of earth and mountains high
by God alone are owned.

4 To God the spacious sea belongs;
God made its waves and tides,
and by God's hand the rising land
was formed, and still abides.

5 O come, and bowing down to God
our worship let us bring;
yea, let us kneel before the Lord,
our Maker and our King.


Source: Glory to God: the Presbyterian Hymnal #638

Text Information

First Line: O come and sing unto the Lord
Title: O Come and Sing Unto the Lord
Meter: 8.6.8.6
Source: The Psalter, 1912
Language: English

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Breaking Bread (Vol. 39) #829

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Glory to God #638

Hymns and Psalms #567

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Rejoice in the Lord #118

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The Presbyterian Hymnal #214

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