O Come, Let Us Sing to the Lord

O come, let us sing to the Lord: Come, let us every one

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Representative Text

1 O come, let us sing to the Lord,
to him our voices raise;
with joyful noise let us the Rock
of our salvation praise.

2 Let us before his presence come
with praise and thankful voice;
let us sing psalms to him with grace,
and make a joyful noise.

3 For God’s a great God and great King;
above all gods he is.
The depths of earth are in his hand;
the heights of hills are his.

4 To him the spacious sea belongs,
for he the same did make;
the dry land also from his hands
its form at first did take.

5 O come, and let us worship him;
let us bow down withal,
and on our knees before the Lord,
our Maker, let us fall.

Source: Trinity Hymnal (Rev. ed.) #13

Text Information

First Line: O come, let us sing to the Lord: Come, let us every one
Title: O Come, Let Us Sing to the Lord
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain





WINCHESTER OLD is a famous common-meter psalm tune, presumably arranged by George Kirbye (b. Suffolk, England, c. 1560; d. Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England, 1634) from a melody in Christopher Tye's Acts of the Apostles and published in T. Este's The Whole Book of Psalmes (1592) set to Psalm 84. Ki…

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