O Come and Sing Unto the Lord

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O come and sing unto the Lord

Tune: IRISH
Published in 10 hymnals

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1 O come and sing to God, the Lord,
To him our voices raise;
Let us in our most joyful songs,
The Lord, our Savior, praise.

2 Before his presence let us come
With praise and thankful voice;
Let us sing psalms to him with joy,
With grateful hearts rejoice.

3 He is a great and mighty king,
Above all gods his throne;
The depths of earth are in his hand,
The mountains are his own.

4 To him the spacious sea belongs,
He made its waves and tides;
And by his hand the rising land
Was formed and still abides.

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

Source: Breaking Bread (Vol. 39) #829

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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