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Our grateful tongues, immortal King

Our grateful tongues, immortal King

Published in 4 hymnals

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22 Our grateful tongues immortal King
Thy glory shall for ever sing,
Our hymns to tomes remotest day,
Thy truth in sacred notes display.

23 What pow'r O Lord shall vie with thine?
What name among the seats divine,
Of equal excellence possess'd,
Thy sovereignty, great God, comtest?

24 Thee, Lord, heav'ns hosts their maker own,
Thine is the kindom, thine alone;
Thee, endless majesty has crown'd,
And glory ever vests thee round.

25 Thrones and dominions round tee fall,
Thy presence shakes this lower ball;
From change to change the creatures run,
But all thy vast designs are one.

26 O wise in all thy works! thy name
Let man's whole race aloud proclaim,
And grateful through the length of days,
In ceaseless songs repeat thy praise.

Source: The Psalms of David: with hymns and spiritual songs: also, the catechism, confession of faith, and liturgy of the Reformed Church in the Netherlands #H52.V

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