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Praise Ye Jehovah

Praise ye Jehovah, the Father everlasting

Tune: [Praise ye the Father, let every heart give thanks to him] (Gounod)
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

Praise ye Jehovah, the Father everlasting;
Praise Him in glory, ye ransomed hosts, unceasingly;
Angels adore Him, and cast your crowns before Him,
Sing, all ye people, and praise the Lord forevermore.
Praise ye the Lord, tell it out that Jesus reigns,
In pow’r and might, love and light;
He will rule in love eternal.

Praise Him above, in the courts so high and holy;
All below join to bless His glorious name,
The name of the King of glory.

Praise Him, Jehovah, who hath wrought our full salvation,
Sing Alleluia, for the Lord victorious reigns.
Glory in the highest sing,
Praise His mighty pow’r and majesty;
All the earth shall magnify His holy name,
The King evermore.

Source: Singing Joy: for Girls and boys #146

Text Information

First Line: Praise ye Jehovah, the Father everlasting
Title: Praise Ye Jehovah
Copyright: Public Domain



Instances (1 - 2 of 2)
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Hymns and Spiritual Songs #110

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Singing Joy #146

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