1 O God, we praise thee; and confess
that thou the only Lord
and everlasting Father art,
by all the earth adored.
2 To thee all angels cry aloud;
to thee the pow'rs on high,
both cherubim and seraphim,
continually do cry.
3 O holy, holy, holy Lord,
whom heav'nly hosts obey,
the world is with the glory filled
of thy majestic ray.
4 Th'apostles' glorious company
and prophets crowned with light,
with all the martyrs' noble host,
thy constant praise recite.
5 The holy church throughout the world,
O Lord, confesses thee,
that thou Eternal Father art,
of boundless majesty;
6 Thine honored, true, and only Son;
and Holy Ghost, the Spring
of never-ceasing joy: O Christ,
of glory thou art King.
Source: Trinity Hymnal (Rev. ed.) #105
|First Line:||O God, we praise Thee, and confess|
|Title:||O God, We Praise Thee, and Confess|
|Latin Title:||Te Deum Laudamus|
|Source:||Latin, 5th century|
|Instances (1 - 5 of 5)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Hymnal 1982: according to the use of the Episcopal Church #364||O God, we praise thee, and confess||O God, we praise thee, and confess||MANCHESTER||CM||1985||<i>Te Deum</i> (para.); <i>A Supplement to the New Version of the Psalms of David, </i>1698, alt. (st. 1-5); <i>Hymnal 1982 </i>(st. 6-8, ver.)|
|Rejoice in the Lord #616||O God, We Praise Thee, and Confess||O God, we praise thee, and confess||LADYWELL||CMD||Isaiah 6:3||1985||<i>Te Deum Laudamus</i>, 5th century; <i>Supplement to the New Version</i> (1703) (versified in the)|
|Small Church Music #3599||Manchester||O God, we praise thee, and confess||MANCHESTER||184.108.40.206|
|The Cyber Hymnal #4932||O God, We Praise Thee, and Confess||O God, we praise Thee, and confess||TALLIS' ORDINAL||CM||<cite>A Supplement to the New Version of Psalms by Dr. Brady and Mr. Tate</cite>, 1703, alt.|
|Trinity Hymnal (Rev. ed.) #105||O God, We Praise Thee||O God, we praise thee||DUNDEE||C.M.||Isaiah 6:3||1990||God | Eternity of ; God | Fatherhood of; God | Holiness of; God | Praise of; God | Sovereignty of||<i>Te Deum, </i>ca. 4th cent.; Tr. in Tate and Brady's <i>Supplement to the New Version,</i>1708|