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Praise the Lord of heaven (Greiner-Edington)

Praise the Lord of heaven (Greiner-Edington)

Author: Minnie A. Greiner-Edington
Tune: [Praise the Lord of heaven] (Wilson)
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Praise the Lord of heaven,
Praise him, dusky night;
And each glad new morning,
Bringing hope and light;
Praise him, pearly moonlight,
Golden beams of sun;
Silver sheet of starlight,
For his work is done.

Praise him, praise him,
Jesus our mighty King;
Praise him, praise him,
Glory and honor to him bring;
Praise him, praise him,
King of the world is he;
Praise him, praise him,
Ruler eternally.

2 Praise him, all ye waters,
Rivers, lakes and seas,
Monarchs of the forest,
And all fruitful trees;
Praise him, hill and mountains,
Fire and hail and snow;
For our Lord has conquered
For us ev’ry foe. [Refrain]

3 Praise him, all y people,
Captive souls and free;
Both young men and maidens,
Bow to him the knee;
Great his loving kindness,
Marvelous his love;
Excellent his glory,
Heav’n and earth above. [Refrain]

Source: His Worthy Praise #116

Author: Minnie A. Greiner-Edington

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Author: Minnie A. Greiner-Edington


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His Worthy Praise #116

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