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Praise his name, praise the mighty Father

Praise his name, praise the mighty Father

Author: Adam Geibel
Tune: [Praise his name, praise the mighty Father]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Praise His name, praise the mighty Father,
Praise His name, in the Hymns We Love;
Praise His name in our daily service,
Shout His praises to heav’n above.

Refrain:
Praise, praise His name,
Praise, praise His name,
Praise His name in a mighty chorus,
Praise His name in the Hymns We Love.

2 Praise His name, shout the joyful tidings,
Praise His name for salvation free;
Praise His name for the blessed Bible,
Gift of God unto you and me. [Refrain]

3 Praise His name for the life He giveth,
Praise His name for our wants supplied;
Praise His name for our hope of heaven,
Where our souls shall be satisfied. [Refrain]

Source: Hymns We Love, for Sunday Schools and All Devotional Meetings #1

Author: Adam Geibel

Born: September 15, 1855, Neuenheim, Germany. Died: August 3, 1933, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Though blinded by an eye infection at age eight, Geibel was a successful composer, conductor, and organist. Emigrating from Germany probably around 1864, he studied at the Philadelphia Institute for the Blind, and wrote a number of Gospel songs, anthems, cantatas, etc. He founded the Adam Geibel Music Company, later evolved into the Hall-Mack Company, and later merged to become the Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Company. He was well known for secular songs like "Kentucky Babe" and "Sleep, Sleep, Sleep." In 1885, Geibel organized the J. B. Stetson Mission. He conducted the Stetson Chorus of Philadelphia, and from 1884-1901, was a music instructor at the… Go to person page >

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First Line: Praise his name, praise the mighty Father
Author: Adam Geibel



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