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Pearls of Praise

Praise him, praise the Lord, ye people

Author: J. R. H. Latchaw, D. D.
Tune: [Praise him, praise the Lord, ye people]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Praise him, praise the Lord, ye people,
Lift your voices high and sing;
Pour forth praises loud and ample,
Let the mighty anthem ring.

Hallelujah! Let us praise him,
Make the heav’nly arches ring;
Song of songs and praise of praises,
To the Lord Jehovah bring.

2 Praise the Father, Lord almighty,
And his wondrous love proclaim;
Heav’n and earth join in the chorus,
And repeat the glad refrain.

Hallelujah! Let us praise him,
Make the heav’nly arches ring;
Song of songs and praise of praises,
To the Lord Jehovah bring.

3 Praise the Son of God incarnate,
Men and angels praise his name;
Yesterday, now and forever,
Jesus Christ is just the same.

Hallelujah! Let us praise him,
Make the heav’nly arches ring;
Song of songs and praise of praises,
To the Lord Jehovah bring.

4 Praise the ever blessed Spirit,
Holy Comforter and Guide;
May his blessings we inherit,
And our wants are all supplied.

Praise the Father, Son and Spirit,
God of angels and of men;
Glory, honor, blessing, merit,
Be unto his name. Amen.

Source: Pearls of Praise #1

Author: J. R. H. Latchaw, D. D.

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Text Information

First Line: Praise him, praise the Lord, ye people
Title: Pearls of Praise
Author: J. R. H. Latchaw, D. D.
Refrain First Line: Hallelujah! Let us praise him
Publication Date: 1893
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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