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1 O join with the worshipping angels to sing
Of God our Creator, Preserver and King!
Transcendent in glory, in station most high,
He dazzles with splendor the sun in the sky.
2 All nature proclaims Him; the outermost star
That hurries away on its mission afar,
Chants abroad, as it flies o’er the wondering earth,
The praises of God in the song of its birth.
3 The sea shouts aloud to the cloud-cleaving hills,
The vales swell the song with the music of rills;
The earth is His foot-stool, and heaven His throne;
God reigneth for ever, He reigneth alone.
4 His breath is the wind, and His robe is the light,
His voice is the thunder, His shadow is the night;
He rides on the tempest, He walks on the sea,
Yet feedeth the sparrows, and careth for me.Source: Fair as the Morning. Hymns and Tunes for Praise in the Sunday-School #124