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Shout the Savior's praises

Shout the Savior's praises

Author: Anna McClintock
Tune: [Shout the Savior's praises]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Shout the Saviour’s praises,
Ye who love His name,
Tell His wondrous story,
His mighty love proclaim;
Shout aloud His praises,
Till all earth shall ring
With the name of Jesus,
Our Prophet, Priest, and King.
Tell His wondrous story,
His mighty love proclaim;
Shout aloud His praises,
Till all earth shall ring
With the name of Jesus,
Our Prophet, Priest, and King.

Refrain:
Shout His praises, break forth and sing,
Shout His praises, break forth and sing,
Till with the Saviour’s precious name
The universe shall ring.

2 Shout the Saviour’s praises,
Tell His pow’r to save,
Tell He rose triumphant,
Triumphant o’er the grave;
Tell He ever liveth,
Our Advocate, above,
Precious, precious Jesus,
What love is like Thy love?
Tell He rose triumphant,
Triumphant o’er the grave;
Tell He ever liveth,
Our Advocate, above,
Precious, precious Jesus,
What love is like Thy love? [Refrain]

3 Shout the Saviour’s praises,
Till from sea to sea,
Loud shall ring the chorus,
Salvation full and free;
Shout the Saviour’s praises,
Let men and angels sing:
“Glory in the Highest
Be unto Christ our King.”
Loud shall ring the chorus,
Salvation full and free;
Shout the Saviour’s praises,
Let men and angels sing:
“Glory in the Highest
Be unto Christ our King.” [Refrain]

Source: Boundless Love: for Sunday Schools and Gospel Meetings #146

Author: Anna McClintock

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Text Information

First Line: Shout the Savior's praises
Author: Anna McClintock
Refrain First Line: Shout his praises, break forth



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