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Praise to God, O let us raise

Praise to God, O let us raise

Author: Eliza Lee Follen
Tune: NUREMBERG
Published in 17 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Praise to God; Oh! let us raise
From our hearts a song of praise;
Of that goodness let us sing
Whence our lives and blessings spring.

2 Praise to Him who made the light,
Praise to Him to gave us sight!
Praise to Him who formed the ear!
He our humble praise will hear.

3 Praise Him for our happy hours;
Praise Him for our varied powers;
For these thoughts that soar above;
For these hearts He made for love.

4 For the voice He placed within,
Bearing witness when we sin;
Praise to Him whose tender care
Keeps the watchful guardian there!

5 Praise the mercy that did send
Jesus for our guide and friend:
Praise Him, every heart and voice,
Him who makes the world rejoice.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #11005

Author: Eliza Lee Follen

Follen, Eliza Lee, née Cabot, a well-known Unitarian writer, daughter of Samuel Cabot, born at Boston, August 15, 1787, and married, in 1828, to Professor Charles Follen, who perished on board the "Lexington," which was burnt on Long Island Sound, Jan. 13,1840. Mrs. Follen died at Brookline, Mass., 1860. She was a voluminous writer. Her Poems were first published at Boston (Crosby & Co.), 1839, and whilst she was in England she issued another volume for children's use, entitled The Lark and the Linnet, in 1854. Both volumes also contain some translations from the German, and versions of a few Psalms. Her best known hymns are:— 1. How sweet to be allowed to pray. Resignation. Appeared in the Christian Disciple, Sept., 1818,… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Praise to God, O let us raise
Author: Eliza Lee Follen

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Media

The Cyber Hymnal #11005
  • PDF (PDF)
  • Noteworthy Composer Score (NWC)

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The Cyber Hymnal #11005TextScoreAudio
Include 16 pre-1979 instances



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