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Praise the Lord Forevermore

O shout, shout the praises of our Lord and King

Author: Thomas Benton
Tune: [O shout, shout the praises of our Lord and King]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 O shout, shout the praises of our Lord and King,
With glad hallelujah’s let your voices ring.
And give Him the glory, for He loves us all,
He bringeth peace and joy on this terrestrial ball.

O praise Him, praise Him, praise Him evermore,
And tell of His goodness, of His goodness o’er and o’er,
O praise Him, praise Him, praise Him o’er and o’er,
‘Till we shall hear “O praise the Lord” from shore to shore.

2 O praise Him forevermore, who lov’d us so,
He died on mount Calvary for us we know.
We’ll praise Him and follow Him whate’er betide,
He’ll keep us and protect us, for He is our guide. [Chorus]

3 The Lord of the land and sea once more we praise,
Our voices in melody again we raise.
Awake ev’ry nation and His name adore,
And praise His name, His holy name forevermore. [Chorus]

Source: Kingdom Songs: for use in the Sunday School, the young people's meeting, the devotional service #4

Author: Thomas Benton

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Text Information

First Line: O shout, shout the praises of our Lord and King
Title: Praise the Lord Forevermore
Author: Thomas Benton
Refrain First Line: O praise him, praise him
Copyright: Public Domain


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Kingdom Songs #4

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