1 Praise the Lord through every nation;
his holy arm hath wrought salvation;
exalt him on his Father's throne.
Praise your King, ye Christian legions,
who now prepares in heavenly regions
unfailing mansions for his own:
with voice and minstrelsy
extol his majesty:
His praise shall sound all nature round,
and hymns on every tongue abound.
2 Jesus, Lord, our Captain glorious,
o'er sin, and death, and hell victorious,
wisdom and might to thee belong:
we confess, proclaim, adore thee;
we bow the knee, we fall before thee;
thy love henceforth shall be our song.
The cross meanwhile we bear,
the crown ere long to wear:
Thy reign extend world without end;
let praise from all to thee ascend.
|Instances (1 - 5 of 5)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Hymnal 1982: according to the use of the Episcopal Church #484||Praise the Lord through every nation||Praise the Lord through every nation||WACHET AUF||Rhijnvis Feith, 1753-1824; James Montgomery, 1771-1854||Irr.||1985|
|Hymnal 1982: according to the use of the Episcopal Church #485||Praise the Lord through every nation||Praise the Lord through every nation||WACHET AUF||Rhijnvis Feith, 1753-1824; James Montgomery, 1771-1854||Irr.||1985|
|Small Church Music #1825||Sleepers wake||Praise the Lord through every nation||SLEEPERS WAKE||Rhijnvis Feith|
|Small Church Music #3684||Wachet Auf||Praise the Lord through every nation||WACHET AUF||James Montgomery|
|The Cyber Hymnal #5606||Praise the Lord Through Every Nation||Praise the Lord through every nation||SLEEPERS, WAKE||Rhijnvis Feith; James Montgomery||<cite>Original Hymns</cite>, 1853 by James Montgomery|