His eternal love

Praise the Lord, the God of ages

Author: Charles Hutchinson Gabriel
Tune: [Praise the Lord, the God of ages]
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1 Praise the Lord, the God of ages!
Let His courts be filled with song;
Swell the anthems rolling onward
From the mighty ransomed throng.
Hallelujah in the highest!
Spread abroad Jehovah’s fame:
Lift your voices like a trumpet,
His eternal love proclaim.
Great Immanuel, Almighty One,
Thy name we praise—
And songs to Thee we raise;
For who Thy pow’r can tell!
Behold, the sea and the land
Are held in Thy hand,
And honor Thy command!
They hear Thy whispered “Peace, be still,”
And wind and wave obey Thy will;
Out into space each distant world
Thy mighty hand hath hurled.
Praise to the Lord, to Him the glory
For the rich, unbounded grace;
And the wondrous condescension
That redeemed our sinful race.

2 Praise the Lord, ye saints triumphant,
More than conqu’ror through His might;
In His blood that still is flowing
You have washed your garments white.
Hallelujah in the highest!
Spread abroad Jehovah’s fame:
Lift your voices like a trumpet,
His eternal love proclaim.
Great Immanuel, Almighty One,
Thy name we praise—
And songs to Thee we raise;
For who Thy pow’r can tell!
Behold, the sea and the land
Are held in Thy hand,
And honor Thy command!
They hear Thy whispered “Peace, be still,”
And wind and wave obey Thy will;
Out into space each distant world
Thy mighty hand hath hurled.
He shall reign o’er all victorious,
He shall reign when time is o’er;
He who was, and is, and shall be,
King of kings forevermore.

Source: Rodeheaver's Gospel Songs for church, Sunday Schools and evangelistic services #199

Author: Charles Hutchinson Gabriel

Pseudonyms: C. D. Emerson, S. B. Jackson, Jennie Ree… Go to person page >

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First Line: Praise the Lord, the God of ages
Title: His eternal love
Author: Charles Hutchinson Gabriel

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Rodeheaver's Gospel Songs for church, Sunday Schools and evangelistic services #199

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